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Should we stick with our strategy or make a change?
Good quarter. Beat expectations for both EPS and revenue. Crushed expectations for same store sales.
Unlike a number of other retailers, the shoe and apparel merchant is seeing its shares sprint higher on better-than-expected results and a solid outlook.
Shares of the Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin-based retailer fell 9.23% to $64.45 per share despite the strong report for its fiscal third quarter ended Nov. 3.
The good news is that eventually this action is going to lead to some great opportunities.
Kohl's shares fell by 9.2% to $64.50 on Tuesday.
The retail sector is battered right now and that might be good news for stock pickers.
The problem KSS faces is that reports from retailers are being automatically sold in this poor market right now.
Shares were pressured significantly pre-market which has carried into the early trading day, with the stock hitting its lowest levels in six months on Tuesday.
What to expect from shares of the retailer, which are down sharply despite an earnings beat.
Everyone gets knocked down. What is different about you is that you are as tough as these markets.
Shares shoot downward despite third-quarter results as retail turns red across the board.
Pence's speech over the weekend showed no signs of easing tensions with China.
I gave you a NVDA trade at Real Money and Real Money Pro on Thursday. Can't run from that.
There's no reason to own J.C. Penney when you can get better-performing rivals like Macy's or Kohl's.
Macy's makes a big move downward on Wednesday.
The upcoming shopping season could be a strong one for many retailers.
Macy's move to downsize some of its stores may be weighing on investors' minds on Wednesday.
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.
We're all hurt someplace and we're all looking for a painkiller." - Katherine, Looking For Mr. Goodbar As I have previously remarked there is an old trading adage that long trading opportunities often occur in stocks that are green in a sea of red....
J.C. Penney's new management won't be encouraged by retail sector reports on Monday morning.
The debt load is what kills these companies, said one retailing expert.
Use Kimberly-Clark as a sign of what is happening. And respect what it says.
From Lauren Thomas at cnbc.com: Retail trade group sees holiday sales rising 4.3 to 4.8 percent this year Holiday retail sales this November and December - excluding automobiles, gasoline and restaurants - are expected to reach up to $720.9 billion,...
Remember that just a few days ago you would be furious at what's going up today and in love with these stocks.
Sears can use its real estate footprint to save itself.