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A Prudent Exercise: Take Some Profits in Nautilus

Here's our analysis and trading strategy for the fitness company.

This Deep-Value Portfolio Puts on a Sprint Down the Stretch

The 2020 Double Net Value Portfolio has risen over the last month and re-entered positive territory.

Mattel Isn't Playing Around and Looks Headed Higher

The toymaker's charts indicate that prices and volume are firming.

Estee Lauder's Charts Are Still Looking Pretty

Continue to hold longs last recommended, and we have a new price target.

Drumroll, Please: The First 4 Names in My Triple-Net Active Portfolio

This disparate cluster of value plays includes an entertainment giant and an owner of ethanol plants.

VF Corp. Should Have a VFC (Very Fine Chance) of Becoming a Dividend King

The apparel maker weathered the pandemic storm sufficiently to raise its quarterly payout recently for a 48th straight year.

An OK Thursday, Man vs. Machine, Labor Labors, QE Forever?: Market Recon

Plus, we check in on Peloton and Datadog and the Nasdaq Composite Index.

Royal Caribbean's Charts Could Soon Be Going Below Deck

Be a landlubber for now and avoid the long side of RCL.

Housing-Related Stocks Continue to Build Momentum

A small western homebuilder and a furniture maker are the latest to see their businesses improve amid the pandemic.

Rummaging Through the Bargain Bin Turns Up a Trio of Names

Beazer Homes USA, Olin Corp. and TravelCenters of America are showing signs of life and are worth consideration.

GameStop's Deal With Microsoft, Carnival Stays Afloat

GME will be able to standardize business operations through MSFT's cloud-based solutions and expand its video game offerings.

Will Japanese Air Carriers Steal Market Share from Global Competitors?

Japan Airlines and ANA are struggling like all airlines, but once travel recovers they may have competitive advantages over international rivals.

Is Bed Bath & Beyond Back? What the Charts Say

BBBY has made a new high for the move up Friday.

I'm Not Sold on a 'Biden Bump' for the Markets

There are reasons why equities have done well over the last week other than the rising prospects of a Biden victory next month.

Polaris Needs to Attract Aggressive Buyers of Its Stock

There are enough bearish signals from the technical indicators to keep from going long in shares of the maker of powersports vehicles.

It Is Paying to Be Active Rather Than Passive With These Value Portfolios

With a month to go for these portfolios, the Active version is outperforming the Passive one, though both are crushing their Russell kindred.

Real Opportunities in Real Estate Continue to Pop Up

Beazer Homes USA and JBG Smith Properties are two names that are worth looks in the real estate sector.

Shares of Peloton Look Vulnerable to a Decline

Let's see what the charts have to say.

Apparel Retailer The Buckle Is Likely to Continue Struggling

The charts and indicators of BKE are not inspiring.

At Home Group's Recent Correction Makes Going Long Feel Right at Home

The home décor retailer's charts indicate gains in its shares could be ahead.

3 Diverse Companies With Recent Insider Buying in Common

Chatham Lodging Trust, Summit Materials and Vistra Corp. all have seen their CEOs add to their holdings in these companies.

Camping World's Charts Are a Breath of Fresh Air

Is this stock in the 'sweet spot'?

Yes on Vera Bradley Handbags, No on the Stock

VRA rallied after reporting its latest quarterly results.

Shares of Hasbro Are Ready to Rally

I find the charts and indicators positive and would go long HAS at current levels.

Dividend Seekers Beware, as the Past May Belie the Future

HNI Corp. presents an example of a company that offers a nice yield for now but may find it tough to maintain its current payout.

Flight From Big Cities Continues to Change the Business Landscape

There are and will continue to be winners and losers as the outmigration from big cities isn't likely to abate anytime soon.

Jim Cramer: Abbott Labs and the Rally in Travel

ABT will end the issues of flying and cruising. Of course it's another story when you get there. But boarding will be solved.

Buying a Lodging REIT in Anticipation of the Great Rotation

As the impact of Covid-19 wanes battered sectors such as hospitality should start to revive, which makes Chatham Lodging Trust an attractive prospect.

Using Cash Flow Instead of Earnings to Figure Price Targets

Cash flow can provide an easy way of seeing whether a stock looks cheap or expensive.

Jim Cramer: The Steal of the Century? Airbnb

We still want to travel. We want a bargain. We don't want to raise our chances of getting Covid-19. We want Airbnb.