Consumer Cyclicals

How has this retail giant fallen? Let us count the ways.
It's among the S&P 500's biggest gainers today, and investors should expect more upside ahead.
Two restaurant stocks are breaking out after consolidating.
The billionaire hedge fund manager may rue his stance against Herbalife as federal probes apparently are coming up empty handed.
Long-term charts reinforce our bearish view. 
We would expect a period of sideways consolidation before renewed strength and a rally to the low $40s.
In a market littered with broken stocks, Domino's is preparing to move higher.
COH has layers of support underneath that if retested will offer low-risk entry opportunities. 
Technical indications are in place as the stock recovers from its decline.
It's like a slow building tsunami ready to topple an island. 

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