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They're all wasted! Aeropostale (ARO) is down more than 9% on earnings and weighing on teen retailers. Teen fashion and retail related names the are in the red: Abercrombie & Fitch (ANF, down 2.0%), Quicksilver (ZQK, down 1.5%), American Apparel (AP...
Retail is punk. By Gary Dvorchak Similar to many of you, one of my morning rituals is to watch the headline roll for small tiles to put into the mosaic. Lone headlines can be interesting, but when they start to relate that can sometimes create insig...
The Buckle is a smart buy ahead of back-to-school season because the teen retailer is extremely well run with higher margins than its competitors.
There's more data to be processed and interpreted. With all the attention toward the ECB, a lot of data has come out and has not been interpreted this morning. As an example, retail same-store sales numbers showed beats at L Brands (LB), Fred's (FRE...
Economic data out next week includes retail sales and industrial production for January, two reports that Chris Versace, RealMoney Pro contributor, says will be important to watch.
Apparel retailers may have a rough holiday season but VF Corp. is best positioned, retail analyst Marie Driscoll tells TheStreet.
Retailers report mixed same-store sales for July with back-to-school shopping remaining sluggish. TheStreet's Laurie Kulikowski weighs in.
The Buckle's special dividends may not be so special once you read the footnotes.
A stock prone to wild mood swings -- such as the high-quality Kohl's -- can offer up fat profits.
As Urban Outfitters highlights, you must seize opportunities in this sector, rather than follow the herd.
Overall, they were not good. Lost in the central banking eases were the final June same-store sales releases. Generally, they were punk. Six were beetter than expected: Saks (SKS) Nordstrom (JWN) Limited Brands (LTD) The TJX Companies (TJX) Stage (S...
The Buckle is a sorely underrated income generator, both in its stock price and its generous payout.
Do yourself a favor and avoid 'maximum mental overload' -- a harmful flood of too much information.
It's become increasingly clear that the market won't meaningfully pull back until Apple flashes sell signals.
Wall Street was poised to recover some of Tuesday's losses, as traders await some eagerly anticipated data.
Sharp selloffs of quality companies should be greeted with cheers, not jeers.
By my count, eight were better than expected, and 10 were worse than expected. Retail comps this morning were mixed. By my count, eight were better than expected, including Costco (COST), Saks (SKS), Target (TGT), Limited (LTD), Gap (GPS), Ross Stor...
This Black Friday don't just buy stocking stuffers at retail chains, buy their stocks, too.