Last week's 11% selloff makes the stock ripe for purchase.
A Labor Day weekend mall crawl reveals a lot about the sector.
To get a quick sense of the retail industry we looked at two ETF charts, and both are bearish.
The stock was punished way too hard for lower guidance.
Once the Fed raises rates, this may not be the safe haven investors think it is.
Shares of Wal-Mart, Dollar General offer view of consumers' mindset.
Favor diversified companies with attractive dividend yields.
And three rivals of those merchants that should be avoided.
Stocks still aren't cheap, but there are some intriguing potential plays.
This is a stock with strong growth potential.

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