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After upside progress, the second half of 2016 could see a correction.
Americans are expected to spend about $71.34 per household on the festivities alone.
Tractor Supply's negative update suggests risk to comps of both its main rivals.
Perhaps more than ever, the market has no memory from day. Stocks closed up by 35 handles and ended at the day's high. What were the odds of this occurring at yesterday's close? Enough said. I got lucky and got slightly net long and covered a lot of...
U.S. stocks ended Monday around session highs even as Fed Chair Janet Yellen remained vague on the central bank's rate-hike plans.
Buyers live higher, sellers live lower. Markets are still Fed-centric and governed by the last lean by Yellen. Ali Ali Ali! Here's a very good column from El Capitan. Apple (AAPL) is Crapple (Part Deux) Fastenal (FAST) is always a good proxy for...
Cadence is a relative issue, but some analysts are regarding it as absolute.
The key now is to prevent those wonderful gains from becoming potential losses.
Retailer's results might make them have second thoughts about a rate hike.
The retailer's upside appears limited based on historic multiples, so wait for a pullback.
Sales numbers were good compared to most rivals, but approach with caution.
Lowe's strong results illustrated that home improvement retailers cannot be undermined by online giant Amazon.com, says Jim Cramer.
These names play in sectors that Amazon isn't disrupting and is unlikely to disrupt anytime soon for specific reasons.
Target was down 8% premarket, following its latest earnings release.
Another positive earnings report from a home improvement retailer.
In 'What's Ahead on Wall Street' for Wednesday May 18, a handful of retailers are scheduled to post their latest financial results.
Target's profit report will be a good indicator of the health of consumer spending, according to Jharonne Martis, Director of Consumer Research at Thomson Reuters.
My explanation for today's market advance (it's as good as anyone's!): Markets were oversold. The S&P 500 held the 50-day moving average. The put/call ratio popped back up. From here, the key might be to watch what other asset classes rally with eq...
My opening missive was "Monetary Policy in Wonderland": Central bankers have been effective in delivering a positive outcome in repressing volatility and producing higher financial prices but not in producing rising economic activity. The market bet...
I started the day and ended the day at my highest net short exposure in over one-and-a-half years. I had my head in two research projects today rather than in the markets. It's just as well, given the action. Remember bulls/buyers live higher and be...
I started the day asking the meaning of our investment life and ended the day closing a chapter on the life of Seth Glickenhaus. Some divergences and concerns emerged today, though at 3:30 p.m. ET the markets were seeing the glass, again, half full...
In comparing the 2 home improvement retailers, it appears that both could be topping.
The U.S. economy posted another strong month of gains.
The spring home selling season is almost here and a resilient consumer is lifting more than just the big-box players like Home Depot (HD) and Lowe's (LOW).
TheStreet's Jim Cramer is keeping an eye on shares of Sherwin-Williams, following its roughly $9 billion acquisition of Valspar.
The upside is glaring, and it is terrific.
The $11.3 billion deal between the two paint companies may give them greater power against Home Depot and Lowe's.