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Five Below's earnings and sales growth is impressive, but earnings per share comparison to its direct competitors make it expensive.
Five Below shows there are still ways to win in the uncertain retail environment.
Be careful with AMC, cheap stocks are not always inexpensive.
These names are displaying bullish or bearish reversal patterns.
All of what happened this week has had quite the impact on Treasury prices, US dollar valuations, and commodity prices.
The bigger picture is still really US/Chinese trade, and the protection of US intellectual property rights.
Most of all, we have all learned that, no..... it doesn't come easy.
Better slam on the brakes. Debris on the tracks -- aka, The Joint Committee for Taxation.
It's hard to get excited about Tuesday Morning despite its efforts to improve its results.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer would rather purchase shares of Burlington than discount retailer Big Lots.;
If you piece things together from what companies tell you, the picture is pretty positive.
Stocks inch higher after Federal Reserve Chair Yellen telegraphs a rate hike as soon as this month.
On Friday, March 3, investors await speeches from five Federal Reserve officials.
The Dow retreated from records as banks reversed course after days of big gains.
Shares of Big Lots were higher on Friday after raising its profit outlook for the year.
On Friday, December 2, the November jobs report is released - the last labor market report before the Federal Reserve's all-important December meeting.
For the week of November 28, the markets await the November jobs report and a slew of retail earnings.
Every Black Friday is a battle for foot traffic for the nation's biggest retailers, according to a study by Foursquare.
The retailer is starting to get a lot more attention, and for good reason.
Shares of Big Lots were lower Friday after posting mixed quarterly results.
Retailers continue to struggle this earnings season with Dollar Tree, Dollar General and GameStop all reporting disappointing comps.
Put BIG in your market minder today, and pay attention to the $50 area.
Soft home, furniture and seasonal product sales produce solid results for the discount retailer.