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Dollar Tree and Dollar General are among BTIG's top picks for 2016, largely because of their resistance to economic downturns.
With less than an hour to go before the last trading day ahead of Memorial Day weekend, we're looking at a slight upward bias for the opening based on what the futures are showing. Some things to check out this morning: Ulta Salon (ULTA) After the b...
And their stock prices are now reflecting those wins.
Jim Cramer likes shares of both Dollar Tree and Dollar General and you'll never guess what he buys when he goes into one of them.
In 'What's Ahead on Wall Street' for the week of May 23, we still have a couple more companies reporting.
Watching the downfall of the retailer through the lens of a smartphone.
Today and yesterday are good examples of the fondness of crowds, and that buyers live higher and sellers live lower. Stocks closed at the day's highs, despite a reversal in the price of crude oil and some weak domestic data and disappointing retail ...
Changing retail habits and economic bottlenecks will hit the sector this earnings season.
Stocks weren't able to maintain the bump the ECB's quantitative easing provided in early trading.
Dollar General typifies consumers' quest for a good buy.
The bump U.S. markets initially got from the ECB's decision to cut rates has failed to hold.
U.S. stocks opened sharply higher, as the European Central Bank cut lending rates to zero, and expanded its quantitative easing program.
World markets received a bump from increased quantitative easing by the European Central Bank.
In 'What's Ahead on Wall Street' for Thursday Mar. 10, investors will get earnings reports from Dollar General, Vail Resorts and ULTA Salon, Cosmetics & Fragrance.
And Disney enjoys a solid weekend with the opening of 'Zootopia.'
In 'What's Ahead on Wall Street' for the week of Mar. 7, there are several companies reporting earnings, including burger chains and retailers.
Dollar Tree, Dollar General and Five Below have all formed the same bullish pattern.
How has this retail giant fallen? Let us count the ways.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer talked about retail stocks Gap and Macy's on Monday from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
2015 was a rough year for specialty retailers as online giants like Amazon (AMZN) continued to threaten their very existence.
These retailers are not only good for stocking stuffers, they shine in guru-based strategies.
In branded vs. unbranded apparel, discounters are doing better.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer answers viewer questions on Kinder Morgan (KMI), Chevron (CVX), Exxon Mobil (XOM), Tyson Foods (TSN), Ulta Salon (ULTA) and more.
Conference calls are the game film of our business, and these two retailers show how watching the film can make you money.
U.S. stocks reversed earlier gains as the divergence in global monetary policy became clear.