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Sears, wow.
Savvy buyers don't buy near all-time highs.
MDLZ is in technical limbo.
But investors should not worry about the end of the business cycle, as defaults are low, says fund manager.
KO is caught between opposing short-term trends.
How did Walmart expand? Simple: it was the lowest cost operator and it had a non-union low-paid work force.
This is a win for AMZN as it battles for consumer wallet share in the grocery space.
Kroger call is the latest sign that it's a jungle out there.
Brokerage goes negative on Nvidia, but that won't hurt a thing.
This isn't the same Walmart as 5 years ago, which should scare rivals Kroger and Target.

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