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The consumer spend factor is the new wild card and boy is it playing out in spectacular fashion.
It might look easy now, but it looked easy in 1999, too.
Retail stocks are no longer in the doldrums. They are investable again.
You can make money with observational opportunities again.
The breadth of advancers is a sign this bull market remains healthy.
Brand visibility and loyalty often go hand in hand.
When that selloff came for Bitcoin, the buy side did, in fact, show up.
Two of the names have beaten expectations. We'll hear from third next.
Nike and Home Depot have beaten expectations. We'll hear from Visa next.
We have seen this pattern many times in the last few months, and it is a surreal pattern for traders.
Walmart, Kohl's and specialty retailers like Home Depot could be the fittest retailers.
Of course there is weakness. But so far, this has been an opportunity every time.
Stocks often don't tell the truth; or at least, not the whole story.
Why don't people believe it? Simple: we are too down.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Wednesday's trending stocks.
Call me a worry wart, but we have to be ready for anything.
Here's what you need to know as Wall Street heads into midday trading.
There's a reason to keep coming back to Apple, Facebook, Amazon, Alphabet and Netflix.
Investors don't care where the earnings come from, as long as they actually show up.
As the S&P Index moves parabolically, it's interesting to note that FANG and its ilk -- e.g. Tesla -- continue to be conspicuous laggards. Even Apple is a slight underperformer (+$2) after a $4 decline on Wednesday. Some of my more prominent short...
Some mid afternoon observations: * Small yield flattening in today's session and little change in bond yields. * High yield is slipping a bit. * The U.S. Dollar is strengthening after morning weakness. * Oil down after weeks of strength (-$0.76/ba...
The Black Friday controversy is back. Should retailers like Home Depot and T.J. Maxx keep their doors open or closed during the Thanksgiving holiday?
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer prefers Home Depot over Lowe's, but was pleased with quarterly results from Dollar Tree and Urban Outfitters.
One stock may be preferable to the other for those investing for the shorter term.
It's the season for fund managers to buy the anointed stocks.
Consumers will buy billions upon billions of dollars of gift cards this holiday season, to the ongoing delight of their issuers and sellers.
I am willing to shout that from the rooftops after last night's news from two huge Dow stocks.