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In the end, like so many category killers, it got killed by smarter, better operators.
And in the heart of the order lies the semiconductor industry. Nothing happens without these guys.
Stocks of companies that go hand and hand with an economic expansion just won't quit.
Retail stocks are no longer in the doldrums. They are investable again.
The breadth of advancers is a sign this bull market remains healthy.
Firms that adapted to hard times are now doing exponentially better.
It is incredibly healthy to see so many stocks so strong, from so many sectors.
It's a good sign when the financials are leading, but that's just the beginning.
Kohl's is among the retailers that are figuring out a way.
Those who can handle one less trip to the mall each month will make it.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Thursday's trending stocks.
Some "better than feared" retail earnings on Thursday.
A breakout over $89.07 may open the way for a potential rally to around $105.
Not every retail company is going to be killed by Amazon.
Look for further declines in the days and weeks ahead.
Quant downgrade and charts suggest avoiding the long side of BURL.
The top three stocks in the retail ETF mask declines everywhere else.
I spent some time with JPMorgan's No. 1 ranked retail analyst (and Jim Cramer pal) Matt Boss yesterday (on the far left of the photo). Matt likes Burlington Stores , Dollar Tree and PVH Corp. Here is Matt's most recent appearance on CNBC.
Bricks-and-mortar retail stocks are getting crushed as a group -- but these three are ready to charge higher.
As long as people make mass misjudgments like with Best Buy, there will be opportunities,
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer would rather purchase shares of Burlington than discount retailer Big Lots.;
Jim Cramer is watching a host of earnings reports on Friday.