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I have had to think long and hard about Lyft, the stock, not the ride-sharing company.
In a Dickensian twist, both AAPL and GS could get a big boost from analysts' Low Expectations on the Apple Card.
The U.S. economy is as good as Olive Garden's Chicken Alfredo.
Kohl's is well positioned to meet both the needs of the debt-strapped consumer and the desire of investors for attractive dividend yields.
I think sometimes the best way to parse the temperament is to go over the most obviously 'wrong' moves and address why they might not be wrong at all.
Let's talk about the elephant in the room: the sporting goods retailer's dividend yield.
Ulta Beauty is a new champion of retail -- and other names should learn from them.
Costco is ahead of the curve on keeping employees, and politicians, happy.
Costco might not be able to continue its rapid run after earnings.
COST has been rallying from its late December nadir and the move does not look like it is over.
The wholesale club's solid results are encouraging analysts to raise their price targets.
China data is ugly, evaluate your portfolio with that in mind -- and watch nonfarm payrolls on Friday.
How Eurozone weakness and uncertainty on China trade are affecting the markets -- and how to prepare your portfolio.
This idea is for those of you who like to trade earnings in a directional fashion.
However, the RMPIA did not see as much improvement last month as some other market indices.
Here's what investors should be watching this week.
Why should we give HD the benefit of the doubt? Because the company cited the weather for the miss and I believe them when they say it.
At its current price American Express offers modest upside without a lot of risk.
These themes are working despite the turmoil in Washington and slowing global growth.
Traders and investors should probably look elsewhere for stocks to trade from the long side.
We are going to have to differentiate retail and recognize that Wall Street tolerates nothing disappointing.
The best retailers are still Amazon, and probably Walmart.
This is why using the Philips Curve, in a vacuum, is misleading.
I think a COST ratio put spread might warrant some attention.
We are absolutely due for a rip-your-face-off rally in the wake of entering a bear market.