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John Butters and his FactSet team noted individual companies that have seen the largest changes in third-quarter earnings forecasts by sector.
The credit card provider and the biotech concern appear cheap relative to their potential.
The sales 'donations' from this name to other retailers are almost over.
Here are a few stocks that could take a residual hit in the third quarter.
The potential reward in GM as hurricane season arrives is now worth some risk.
Hurricane Florence has been upgraded to Category 4 and is expected to make landfall in the U.S. sometime later this week.
Shares of the home improvement retailer could break away from their post-earnings level within days.
These data points tell me investors are too pessimistic on this part of the market.
This under-the-radar name reports next week; here is how I am playing it.
It doesn't matter whether the market is up or down, it just keeps making stupid decisions especially during earnings season.
If the market wanted an excuse to sell off it had it.
We forgot that this nation is a nation based on consumption, not on industry, on sales, not on making things.
Lowe's is soaring higher today. Here's how traders can handle it.
We have confirmation that things are pretty good for home builders and related 'nesting' stocks.
Watch soft data points and tread very carefully.
The company's poor earnings highlight a leadership gap.
The housing always has been regional, which makes it dicey to judge where it is headed from any one company.
This market is all about being opportunistic.
One by one, in what is a very short period of time, Dick's checked off every single box needed to stymie Amazon from crushing it.
Markets had a strong day of trading, bouncing back from a dismal Tuesday session.
The groups that are winners will stay winners as long as interest rates maintain their downward trajectory.
The market punished the consistent companies and rewarded the turnaround stories on Wednesday.
Toll Brothers fell some 10% Tuesday, while the overall sector is down some 15% year to date.
Downtrends are a function of failed bounces and lower lows. That is the danger right now.
Your best defense against markets that twist and turn in undesirable ways is to know what you are trying to accomplish.
Watch our quick video to get a glimpse into Ellison's past at J.C. Penney.
It's important to know the difference between broken stocks and broken companies.
Shares have shown some minor strength since the April low.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer understands why Home Depot shares sold off Tuesday.