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Take part in a mini retail revival ahead their earnings season in early August.
Despite a downgrade of Coach, here is why I still like the high-end bag maker.
Several major companies are making investment bank presentations this week.
Pricing power is eroding and saturation appears to be causing consumer fatigue.
"And we talked about some old times And we drank ourselves some beers Still crazy after all these years." --Paul Simon, "Still Crazy After All These Years" A crushing blow, financially and emotionally, for the bears today. The market didn't look ba...
There are multiple bearish divergences on the chart of the retail company.
Stocks have given up most of their early gains, with the major indices only slightly above flatline now. It's not helping that the Atlanta Federal Reserve has cut its forecast for first-quarter U.S. economic growth to basically zero. We can't even b...
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer says the accessories group is one that looks robust and has some staying power in the current market environment.
On Tuesday Mar. 1, there are a few more earnings on tap for investors to digest including JD.com, AutoZone, Dollar Tree and Kate Spade.
At 2:15 p.m. things appeared quite panicky. Just look at iShares 20+ Year Treasury Bond (TLT), which was up $2.75 with the yield on the 10- and 30-year bonds down by another 12 basis points; the drop in crude oil, which was down $1 to under $30 a ba...
We would expect a period of sideways consolidation before renewed strength and a rally to the low $40s.
COH has layers of support underneath that if retested will offer low-risk entry opportunities.
Energy names were among the biggest winners Tuesday but even once-forgotten retailer Coach managed to post near double-digit gains.
Stocks surged in midday trading as oil prices bounced back Tuesday.
What does the Macy's news mean for related retail names?
Chinese consumers may not be the gravy train that some U.S. multinationals portray them to be.
Shares of Coach (COH) are down 12% so far this year, but have surged 13% in the past month.
At many retailers, the crowds seem to be stronger than last year.
Its products are hot, but its valuation might be too much so and could cool on any slip in performance.
A glance at the charts shows that many retailers are not about to have a holly jolly Christmas.
Red flags in equities were rising before Friday's horrific events.