Dollar General Corporation (DG)

219.75
2.00 0.90
NYSE
Prev Close 217.78
Open 217.83
Day Low/High 217.83 / 219.17
52 Wk Low/High 125.00 / 224.81
Volume 60.62K
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 249.03B
Market Cap 54.31B
P/E Ratio 24.10
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)
Cramer: Dollar General Is a Buy

Cramer: Dollar General Is a Buy

Jim Cramer is surprised at the quick turnaround for Dollar General. Cramer tells TheStreet's Debra Borchardt he'd buy the stock at current levels.

Trader: 'You Have To Be In This Market'

Trader: 'You Have To Be In This Market'

Alan Valdes of DME Securities tells TheStreet's Debra Borchardt that investors don't want to miss this market rally.

Trending Now: Cyprus Reaches Bailout Deal, Dell Considers Buyout Offers

Trending Now: Cyprus Reaches Bailout Deal, Dell Considers Buyout Offers

Cyprus will shut down its second-largest bank and impose heavy losses on uninsured depositors in exchange for a 10 billion euro ($13 billion) bailout. Brittany Umar has details on that as well as a look at the day's other most searched trends on the Web.

Off the Charts

Off the Charts

The market's showing incredible resilience and few signs of slowing down.

Off the Charts

Off the Charts

It never hurts to take some risk off the table or use hedges.

A Fistful of Small-Cap Picks

These stocks all pique my interest at current levels.

Dollar Stores Look Like Bargains Again

Dollar Stores Look Like Bargains Again

The group has cooled off, but the case for these stocks remains compelling.

Stocks Rally As Retailers Report

Stocks Rally As Retailers Report

TheStreet's Lindsey Bell reports that stocks are rising as value retailers, Dollar Tree and Target, report earnings.

Dollar Stores Look Ripe for a Bounce

Dollar Stores Look Ripe for a Bounce

These two in particular are now long candidates.

Someone Should Thank Wal-Mart

Someone Should Thank Wal-Mart

Those leaked emails helped set the bar incredibly low.

Market on Close Imbalances

How much to buy? "One last thing." -- Lt. Columbo My mavens on the floor of the exchange see $1.2 billion to buy on the close. In terms of sectors, the largest buys are in financials ($270 million), industrials ($200 million) and consumer discretion...

Wal-Mart Accidentally Lowers the Bar

Wal-Mart Accidentally Lowers the Bar

Leaked emails could lower expectations for the entire retail sector.

Value Retailers To Win In 2013

Value Retailers To Win In 2013

Sarah Quinlan, Senior Vice President at MasterCard Advisors, says the payroll tax will weigh on consumer spending in 2013 making value retailers the shopping destination of choice.

Retailers Worried About Working Poor Tax

Retailers Worried About Working Poor Tax

Retail expert Jan Kniffen, of Jan Kniffen Group is hearing that retailers are worried about losing spending from the working poor due to higher taxes at the ICR XChange conference.

Stocks That Soared Out of the Gate

Stocks That Soared Out of the Gate

A closer look at the shares that started 2013 with a bang.

Winning Value Portfolio Outperforms

Winning Value Portfolio Outperforms

The approach may be unconventional, but the 2012 results speak for themselves.

The Day Ahead: The Market Deserved This

The Day Ahead: The Market Deserved This

After all, there had been a prominent disconnect between the market and the fundamentals.

The Consumer Feels the Fear of the Cliff

The Consumer Feels the Fear of the Cliff

Macro concerns are finally reaching the everyday person.

Dollar General numbers reduced at BMO

Hints of Something Brewing in China

Hints of Something Brewing in China

DuPont and Cummins are making big buybacks, and Joy Global's guidance tomorrow could be a tell.

The Week Ahead: Corrosion Under the Surface

The Week Ahead: Corrosion Under the Surface

The data continue to reflect widespread 'fiscal cliff' uncertainties.

The Week Ahead: Investors Eye Fed Meeting, More Retail Earnings

The Week Ahead: Investors Eye Fed Meeting, More Retail Earnings

Contributor Ken Shreve takes a look at upcoming economic data and earnings reports for the week of Dec. 10

Retailers With Kick

Retailers With Kick

These are the best-looking large-cap retailers, based on earnings-estimate revisions.

Wal-Mart's Grinch - Target's Cheer

Wal-Mart's Grinch - Target's Cheer

Wal-Mart is lowering its expectations for the upcoming holiday season, Target is continuing to keep its forecast positive.

The Link Exclusive: Avoid Department Stores, Stick With DG

The Link Exclusive: Avoid Department Stores, Stick With DG

Stephanie Link, director of research at TheStreet, is watching retail earnings closely this week and she has her eye on Dollar General.

Investing in America's Resilience

Investing in America's Resilience

Perhaps this storm will be the catalyst that gets private enterprise expenditures going.

Prep for a Quick Jaunt Higher

Prep for a Quick Jaunt Higher

Aggressive players should look for a quick, tradable rally in the next few sessions.

Breaking a Dollar

Breaking a Dollar

Once dollar-store stocks start going down, there's no stopping the decline.

The Long And The Short Of It

The Long And The Short Of It

Jill Malandrino and Scott Redler, chief strategic officer at T3Live.com, reveal how to trade stocks ahead of earnings season: retail, banks, tech.