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It looks like Wall Street didn't even come close to discounting the favorable impact of tax reform.
I would not at all be surprised if Bitcoin traded below $2,000 in less than a year's time.
Tuesday Morning and Five Below may not be known for their door-buster deals, but they are two retailers with attractive charts.
Dollar Tree, Dollar General head for daylight while Five Below pulls back.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer analyzes Thursday's trending stocks.
Did fidget spinners help boost Five Below's earnings?
Gasoline futures prices in the U.S. have risen more than 10% over the past two days
This may not be the best time to buy Apple, but signals are green for Domino's and Five Below.
Amazon, Costco and Walmart are all there really is out there.
Achievements include balancing bricks-and-mortar sales with e-commerce.
Originally designed for people who can't focus, fidget spinners have become mainstream in the past few months
But you must look at the price action and charts, and not obsess over fundamentals.
Bearish names dominate this week and financials in particular.
It's not your typical dollar store, and the stock has received a big boost from earnings.
Stocks turned negative in the final half hour of trading after House leaders delayed a vote on the Republicans' health care bill.
Because the technical clues on FIVE's 'triangle' do not really fit, I would look for an upside breakout.
Their stores are fun and experiential to visit, and same store sales are growing.
The once-proud retailer's debt and pension obligations and its customer losses are just too great to overcome.
Five Below's holiday sales results may be underwhelming, but the retailer remains a solid long-term growth story.
Five Below's "under $5 strategy" is still nascent, giving the retailer's shares substantial room to run. And Freeport McMoran will benefit from from the Trump building boom.
Plus other sectors to watch in this rotation.
Sector faces price deflation and a tough challenge from Wal-Mart.