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The grocery chain reports earnings this week.
TGT has boosted its dividend by 3%, the company's latest increase over 53 consecutive years of boosts.
I wouldn't look at Alkaline Water and Sprouts Farmers Market for a trade, but as speculative buy 'em and forget 'em for the summer.
Retail and real estate already were undergoing change and that process only will be accelerated by differences in how we live amid the coronavirus.
Wear a mask, save some lives. It doesn't matter if they are not perfect.
Kroger could produce strong earnings as it stands by its guidance, but uncertainty lingers, so here's how I'd play the name.
It's still not a stock picker's market, but have a list of names ready to perform amid the coronavirus crisis.
Consumers who never before considered buying certain items online are now doing so. Once they get used to the convenience, that habit will become permanent.
If this group begins to outperform, then I'd use it as an indication of caution.
Here's how to play shares of the grocery store company.
It's online, off-price, or nothing in the time of the coronavirus.
Become comfortable with being uncomfortable. Learn this, and you will be able to adjust to anything. Anything. I promise.
I would still like to see a day where the broad indices perform well on volume that grows from the day prior, but is that because I am too experienced?
Kroger's bottom line is much more insightful than its top line.
Plus, the Saudis look to press their oil agenda while Europe prints some ugly economic data.
I think AMZN could provide a good very short-term trade from the long side... this week.
Holiday shopping is big, but so is holiday eating, and here are several names with healthy dividend yields to chomp into.
Grocery chain could serve up some 'super' profits if aggressive buying continues.
A handful of standouts among the dozen stocks that make up the Tax-Loss Selling Recovery Portfolio pushed the group higher over the last month.
Kellogg and Kroger have gone years without significant progress on the earnings per share front, but can make for exciting trading vehicles when they get cheap enough.
According to data published by CreditLoan, 12%-13% of annual consumer expenditures are on food. That's why I tend to keep close tabs on restaurant spending vs. grocery in the monthly Retail Sales report as well as other data sets. One forecast that ...
I think that one needs to take a diversified approach to not just wealth preservation, but the preservation of one's standard of living.
Jeff Bezos' firm is reportedly planning to open a chain of low-cost grocery stores, as Walmart continues seeing strong growth for its grocery pickup services.
I'm looking for opportunities amid the ugly action and the food arena is offering them.
The bond market is running the show? The answer would be... as much if not more than anything else... again.
Earnings are coming out this week, and it looks like traders are either anticipating better numbers or their focus is on next quarter or the quarter after that.
Apple is on the verge of offering new products that could diversify its revenue stream even further.
Bubly is building a bull case for Pepsi's beverage sales.
* Jim and I are on the same wave length In the non-Fed-inflated world the "hits" keep coming: * The largest cruise line, Carnival , disappoints. * Darden Restaurants , among the most sizable restaurant chains, misses. * Kroger , the large grocer, al...