Consumer Cyclicals

High on Harley's HOG Real Money Pro($)

Where there's merger smoke, we're hoping for fire.
Despite Chipotle's missteps, its attempts at redemption may make it the better restaurant bet going forward.
Following the acquisition offer, we a counter-bid is very possible. 
Recent longs should consider stop-loss protection.
After upside progress, the second half of 2016 could see a correction.
After several rally attempts, DRI has just reversed direction and broken its April-May lows.
Firearms and cigarettes have so far been the watch list's chief drivers.
Beer and wine stocks are on the rise amid a flurry of brewing industry consolidations.
Summer activities and Olympics exposure should allow a bounce toward $60, if not $70.
The upside for this retail powerhouse is underwhelming.

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