The educational toy maker is held captive by the whims of the average 10-year-old consumer.
These 4 can't always stem the downward tide.
How 'bout those Cowboys? No, even that doesn't make me feel better.
Even with a few hundred dollars in their wallet, customers don't feel richer. 
Consumers are still spending, they're just doing it differently.
Tough to say where Macy's, Nordstrom went wrong.
The department store is developing the correct strategy relative to its peers,
Yes, the chain needs a Miracle on 34th Street. But it might get one.
Any close above $45 would look fantastic for a continued move toward the 200-day Simple Moving Average.
Merchandise may be a good buy, but stay away from the stock for now.

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