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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.
Still, some of these might have the ability to bounce in the New Year, once tax-loss selling is done.
Stocks finished lower with the three benchmark indexes all closing in the red.
The planet will likely never ever need to consume less energy tomorrow than it did yesterday.
Earnings reports are also expected Tuesday from Dick's Sporting Goods Inc, TJX Cos. and Advance Auto Parts Inc.
Companies in the apparel, retail and restaurant sectors could be dumped even more than they have been as 2017 wraps up.
$16 billion buys a lot of brick-and-mortar.
Sharp drops in Foot Locker and Dick's Sporting Goods after awful earnings reports may -- or may not -- have created a short-term play in Hibbett.
Another bearish gap indicates an extended period of selling in the shares likely isn't over.
Walmart is probably the only company Amazon needs to fear at this point.
Navigating retail earnings.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Wednesday's trending stocks.
Strong quarterly performances from Target Corp. and Urban Outfitters Inc. inspired broader retail gains.
A two-day upward trend in markets was cut short as mixed retail earnings continued to weigh on stocks.
HD says its problem isn't the online giant, it's too much business.
Sports equipment retailer Dick's is trying to break out of a six-month slump.
More gains in tech pushed the Nasdaq to clock its second day of solid gains.
The company has little need to buy a bricks-and-mortar apparel seller when its online apparel sales are performing so well.