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I do not feel that anything resembling a bottom has been put in, nor do I see overt signs of public capitulation.
Under Armour's high valuation and poor technicals make this a dangerous play.
The sales 'donations' from this name to other retailers are almost over.
I would ignore it for now and revisit it after the controversy cools.
Maybe the reason why analysts have been chary about retail is because they've never seen anything like what's happening right now.
U.S. markets were up across the board Wednesday with the S&P and Nasdaq closing trading at new record highs.
Timing is important on CRM, buy any pullback below $144.
Dick's Sporting Goods and Foot Locker are among the specialty retailers that bounced back after a butt-whooping last summer.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer analyzes Thursday's trending market topics from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange
When it comes to retail, inventories are lean and demand is high, according to TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer.
Let's look at one chart with the gap and two charts without the gap to see if it is worth paying up for DKS.
One by one, in what is a very short period of time, Dick's checked off every single box needed to stymie Amazon from crushing it.
Markets had a strong day of trading, bouncing back from a dismal Tuesday session.
There are many reasons to be positive about U.S. banks -- and I'm trading them.
The Nasdaq was the lone major index to close the day in negative territory.
While more than 80 stocks made the cut, I honed the list down to six.
There's not much value to be had these days, but you can still find some potential candidates among the downtrodden, forgotten, and stumbling names.
What lies ahead for Dick's as fickle consumers react to their position on gun sales and everything else?
The Dow dropped more than 500 points at its lowest Thursday.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer reacts to Dick's Sporting Goods move to stop selling assault rifles at its stores.
It looks like Wall Street didn't even come close to discounting the favorable impact of tax reform.