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The home-furnishing chain's charts don't look very inviting.
The stocks of companies that show good fundamentals are a buy, not a sell.
Ethan Allen hopes to attract new customers in a challenging retail environment with its Disney furniture collection.
Traditional bricks-and-mortar furniture retailers are making a comeback, proving that consumers like to feel the furniture before bringing it home.
Jim Cramer says people want to touch furniture, which bodes well for brick-and-mortar furniture outlets.
These furniture and appliance names could rise, but some may already be pricey.
Ethan Allen is looking for a little magic from Disney to help sustain growth in 2016.
It's a terrific company, but it's operating in a market that is an equal opportunity destroyer of quality and mediocre stocks.
It's a very boring session with a narrow trading range as investors take break after four days of rally mode to digest Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen's latest comments. Some stocks of interest: Barclays moved Las Vegas Sands (LVS) to Overweight ...
Sporting-goods sector is doing well, but it's largely going unnoticed.
A wave of earnings and economic data will be unleashed this week.
Investors are moving into other sectors that have stronger top lines.
The predominant clues from numbers and earnings calls support the bearish view I hold on the market.
It looks like Ethan Allen has already priced in the most bullish housing forecasts.
Jim Cramer feels like there is more momentum in the economy than the jobless claims indicate.
If you're hesitant to chase the sector itself, here are a couple of promising ancillary plays.
Here are longer-term charts for stocks that are working through resistance.