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Tax-loss selling can create value opportunities for those with strong stomachs, as seen with this mini portfolio of stocks.
Identifying this week's bullish and bearish reversal patterns.
Stocks closed lower after digesting mixed first quarter earnings data.
Stocks move lower as investors play it safe ahead of an afternoon speech from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen.
Shares of GNC Holdings plunged Thursday after reporting a 12% decrease in same store sales.
Good, old-fashioned inflation is picking back up across Corporate America.
Many users of nutritional supplements do so regularly, which could help this brick-and-mortar business.
Retailers are taking to a once unthinkable strategy -- close all their stores and hit the reset button.
U.S. stocks moved higher on Wednesday with the Dow Jones Industrial Average closing in on the critical 20,000 level.
GNC Holdings and Fitbit are among the beaten-down names, yet their forward multiples are enticing.
As the holiday shopping season gets under way, some retailers are emerging as standout winners.
Sector faces price deflation and a tough challenge from Wal-Mart.
Shares of GNC were higher Wednesdy on reports that Chinese firms were discussing a takeover of the retailer.
GNC shares spike on reports that the company is in talks to be acquired by a Chinese firm.
Investing in them after better-than-expected news isn't always a good idea.
Anything above that, you speculate on Ackman vs. Icahn.
U.S. stocks were higher on Monday as a boost in non-cyclical consumer names helped to offset selling in the energy sector.
Stand-alone vitamin and supplement shops like GNC and Vitamin Shoppe shares will continue to fall in light of a Justice Department investigation.
The next wave of retail earnings is upon us, and they are arguably worse than the first round.
Stocks erased their earlier gains by Tuesday's close as lower oil prices and a fresh terror scare in Germany rattled the markets.
Stocks ended the day lower in a quieter session of trading compared to Wednesday's blowout rally.
GNC Holdings (GNC) is down by 12% today as a lawsuit claims the company violated Oregon Unlawful Trade Practices Act by "misrepresenting certain products as lawful dietary supplements when they actually are unapproved drugs that may not be lawfully ...