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Dozens of beaten-up stocks could see tax-loss selling into the end of the year; here's a preview of some that could make up the next Tax Loss Selling Portfolio.
Many retailers take their shareholders on roller coaster rides these days, which is why queasy investors might do well to stay out of the names.
Let's check and see if some of this positive news is being reflected in the stock price.
A cornucopia of specialty retailers took it on the chin on Friday after the group showed signs of life on Thursday.
Shares of several retailers rode the coattails of Nordstrom and Dick's Sporting Goods on their favorable earnings releases Thursday, but Friday offers a mixed bag.
A visit to western Pennsylvania provides insight into how various retailers may be faring and also turns up a county fair controversy.
The home décor retailer lost more than half its market value on Thursday on weak forward guidance, but it could be a case of overkill and might make for a good value play.
From smaller-cap specialty stores to some of the world's largest big-box retailing outlets, experts choose their top retail stocks for 2019.
These names are showing technical characteristics of either bullish or bearish reversal patterns over the past week.
There's no stock like HOME.
In the past, these sorts of bounces led to very strong follow-through.
On Tuesday, September 13, investors await fresh data on the state of small businesses.
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.
At Home Group debuted on the New York Stock Exchange Thursday. Its CEO Lee Bird takes TheStreet's Brian Sozzi behind the scenes of its home decor business.
The company will have an uphill climb to please its new investors.
Buying in the aftermarket is a recipe for disaster -- consider Yelp.