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Economic data, retail earnings and geopolitical worries will be front and center for investors and traders in the week ahead.
The Buckle is a smart buy ahead of back-to-school season because the teen retailer is extremely well run with higher margins than its competitors.
It has cash, good management and low expectations ahead of the quarter.
In many ways, retail and restaurant names have gotten too hard to fathom.
The game seller's shares have been on a tear, despite headwinds.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says Wells Fargo is the winner of the Fed's bank stress tests, but Cramer is tired of Citigroup's excuses as to why it won't raise capital.
Citigroup's failure to meet the Federal Reserve's board of governor's expectations for its capital plan means no big buyback, no dividend boost.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says Walmart's announcement it will accept used video games as trade-ins has left him 'cold' on the hardware gaming platform.
Walmart announced it would begin taking trade-ins on used video games for store credit, and the move immediately sent the shares of GameStop down in early trading.
Himax Technologies is an interesting play as it diversifies its TV dependence.
Huge winners in 2013 could quickly become vulnerable in 2014.
Notes on Yahoo! and Best Buy. By Bret Jensen Interesting firing of Yahoo!'s (YHOO) COO this morning. Marisa Mayer personally recruited this executive from Google (GOOG) and fires him a year later. Living in Miami, this is like the Dolphin's head coa...