Consumer Cyclicals

Bullishness on German stocks is on the rise again.
Fitbit shares could be about to surge, and the company is ripe for acquisition.
The athletic apparel company will partially rely on its just-debuted high-end fashion line to push at least some of its future growth.
First Solar, Skechers and Robert Half make the grade.
GIS is correcting, so bide your time before picking up this name.
Today's surge puts shares back above the 200-day moving average and sets up well for more upside.
It's not too late to sell.
This stock is testing the 200-day moving average, pay attention here.
The fall in share price has increased its dividend yield above 4%.
The struggling casual dining chain is just begging for activist involvement.

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Seeing a similar early start to trading as of yesterday.  Open pretty flat follow by reversal, especially...
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