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I cannot think of a good reason to hold BBBY as a long-term investment.
The next month and a half could make or break this stock market.
I would not be surprised if we see a bout of profit-taking in the near future given the sharpness of the recent rebound.
One of the reasons I have never invested in retail stocks is the heavy use of buzzwords to obfuscate financial performance as opposed to real metrics.
We are going to have to differentiate retail and recognize that Wall Street tolerates nothing disappointing.
This is why using the Philips Curve, in a vacuum, is misleading.
Retail and housing stocks are reacting to what will happen this spring, rather than Fed fears. This is how to play it.
A mutualistic relationship could blossom for malls that need well-trafficked tenants and companies like Dave & Buster's that are trying to expand.
The charts of J.C. Penney do not point to a turnaround.
The retail sector is battered right now and that might be good news for stock pickers.
Walmart can't climb despite an earnings beat on Thursday.
There's no reason to own J.C. Penney when you can get better-performing rivals like Macy's or Kohl's.
The perception of the majority right now is quite negative.
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The upcoming shopping season could be a strong one for many retailers.
An old dog is utilizing new tricks to keep growth going.
Strong same-store sales combined with robust earnings make the cheap stock a buy.
Keep a close eye on same-store sales.
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These picks boast current dividend yields of up to 8%, and are also extremely likely to soon announce a payout hike to their shareholders.
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J.C. Penney looks very similar to Sears and could eventually meet a similar fate.
J.C. Penney's stock finished Monday's trading down 4.6% to $1.68 per share.
J.C. Penney might have a difficult road ahead, but unlike Sears it still has some room to maneuver.
Jill Soltau, the retailer's first female CEO, took the helm of the Texas-based company on Monday.
J.C. Penney's new management won't be encouraged by retail sector reports on Monday morning.
This is a stock with a terrible chart and questionable financials.
Let's go with the trend rather than some wishful thinking.