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Investors should take a close look at specialty retailer DSW, whose stock price appears undervalued after a messy, fourth-quarter earnings report.
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CEO Peter Horvath held top positions at Victoria's Secret, American Eagle Outfitters, DSW and Limited Brands.
Leading experts say it's time for investors to lace up, not take a knee with these picks in specialty footwear marketing and retailing.
The shoe retailer serves as an example of how to play a quality name when it's out of favor.
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Earnings surprises and a $558 million bid for Finish Line say the mall sector might not be finished after all.
Shoppers are still finding their way to these names selling jackets, jeans and jewelry.
A recent sharp slide in DSW shares opens up interesting possibilities.
Thanksgiving week frequently sees buyers pay up and sellers walk away.
Stocks are rising as Wall Street responds to Trump's Afghanistan strategy.
The S&P 500 is on track for its fourth straight day of gains after a Trump budget proposal backs big cuts to social programs.
Stocks declined on Tuesday as wild weather stifled activity and led to low volume.
Stocks come off highs, though remained on track to close at records. The Dow topped 19,000 for the first time ever earlier in the session.
A simple return to an average P/E on FY 2017 projections supports a price target 31% above today's level.
U.S. stocks remained in the red Tuesday, as oil prices slipped and Wall Street priced in an interest rate hike sooner rather than later.
Apple could be forced to pay billions to Ireland while Mondelez isn't too sweet on Hershey anymore.
Earnings and housing data will be scrutinized on Tuesday, August 30.
Earnings season is winding down, but a few major companies are set to release their latest results this week.
Retail industry woes hit mall stores the hardest as online retail sales continues to grow.