Quick-serve restaurants are the new momentum stocks.
I am not sure on the new path to trail-blaze.
Markets are up on some good news.
These store-based U.S. retailers are an eclectic mix.
Which ones should we buy? Which should be avoided?
My most attention-getting. On Buffett, Ma and Sears.
I continue to see good signs for retailer holiday sales.
Let's look at retail and upcoming economic data.
This was a big revision, but it chimes with retail data.
But it's hard to do when gas is so cheap.

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