|Day Low/High||87.34 / 88.65|
|52 Wk Low/High||87.91 / 119.71|
These are the 10 reasons why we keep going up, despite all the bad news.
Despite strong results and steady guidance, I would prefer to see this one move on share price before going long on BBY.
The proprietary oscillator I follow, the S&P's short-range oscillator, is the most important indicator I follow.
Two out three of the retailer's charts are bullish.
What can we expect from the charts? Let's check.
Consumer-facing companies that forget will inevitably suffer the loss of this critical cohort.
LULU rocked its recent earnings report and is killing it, generally -- and here is why.
High Fed rates, tariffs and China trade wars are all just distractions as long as there is some momentum. But that is in short supply right now.
Here's how investors can play BURL as its share price jumps on earnings beat, amid a strangely polarizing landscape.
Most retailers do not, but here are a few that have the right story.
DG is in an uptrend, but the Point and Figure chart shows some risk ahead, so a close below the recent low around $131 would be a signal to book profits.
Sellers have been more aggressive the past few months when trading the stock of the discount retailer.
Own, but don't buy yet, Dollar Tree and Darden Restaurants.
Let's see where to go long DLTR and what to risk before jumping in.
Stranger things have happened, but with NFLX's subscriber miss, the stock just became hard money, joining the likes of Johnson & Johnson and CSX Corp.
Bubly is building a bull case for Pepsi's beverage sales.
With years of growth ahead for the company, and with the stock trading well off of its highs, now might be the time to take a look at Five Below.
The stores that are catering to the super haves and the super have-nots are the winners.
As Jim Cramer noted,'Nothing is worse than fluid.' That's just how Five Below sees the trade situation.
FIVE could provide a modicum of comfort to retail investors run ragged in recent weeks.
Some companies have given their investors unbelievable bounty, with DG being the best I've seen in the entire market.
While Q2 is expected to be ugly, management appears cautiously optimistic for the second half of the year.
Analysts now expect an earnings recession to become reality after negative Q1 growth, and ahead of projected negative Q2 growth.
Only economists and pundits seem to be worried about a pending crash that might never occur.
This is the first time I can ever recall when a president is so attuned to the market that he will bend to its wishes.