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Jim Cramer says Dollar Tree is a buy and Wall Street doesn't understand the company because they are snobs.
Earnings reports produce mixed market reaction as stocks slip after Wednesday's rally.
And their stock prices are now reflecting those wins.
U.S. stocks opened higher on Thursday as oil prices broke $50 a barrel for the first time in seven months.
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.
Target shares sold off hard Wednesday after the retailer surprised Wall Street with below-par first quarter same store sales growth, sending Dollar Tree shares down in sympathy.
These names play in sectors that Amazon isn't disrupting and is unlikely to disrupt anytime soon for specific reasons.
Discount retailers Dollar Tree and Walmart report earnings on Thursday.
Watching the downfall of the retailer through the lens of a smartphone.
Changing retail habits and economic bottlenecks will hit the sector this earnings season.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer is a lot of things - rock star investor, businessman, restaurateur, and the host of CNBC's Mad Money.
And didn't I say the payroll surge would bolster the chance of another Fed rate hike?
Drill down into the numbers and some troubling signs emerge.
U.S. stocks kicked off the first trading session of March to the upside, as oil prices gained steam, eclipsing $34 a barrel.
U.S. futures are climbing along with crude prices.
On Tuesday Mar. 1, there are a few more earnings on tap for investors to digest including JD.com, AutoZone, Dollar Tree and Kate Spade.
TheStreet’s Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer awaits earnings from Dollar Tree, which are released before the markets open on Tuesday.
Plus, Berkshire Hathaway has another strong quarter.
In 'What's Ahead on Wall Street' for the week of Feb. 29, earnings season is coming to an end, but we have a few more companies reporting.
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.
A series of ugly announcements could be on the way for embattled SHLD.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer likes two names in the family entertainment space and would buy Dollar Tree at current levels and thinks J.M. Smucker is a way to play pet food.
These retailers are not only good for stocking stuffers, they shine in guru-based strategies.