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An ear to the ground on the runway rather than the trading floor could be the key to catching the retail stocks that are on their way up rather than down.
As usual, the stocks that bounce back first are the tech stocks with little Chinese exposure and the consumer packaged goods that just demonstrated good numbers.
Retail may be a cutthroat business right now, but these stocks have risen above the pack.
The trend could well sustain growth for years to come as more women flock to denim products.
The consumer is alive, well, and might benefit from a thaw with China and easy to get jobs. So would Boeing and Caterpillar.
The long, strong run in the shares of the athletic apparel retailer does not appear to be over.
The bulls may not be doing much but the bears are doing even less.
Until we see significant weakness, the stock looks like one to own.
Starting with Lyft, individual stocks are going to make a comeback. I sense the excitement and the possibilities. But don't leave it to just the IPOs.
What the market likes is growth. LULU is delivering plenty of that.
Here's the best trading approach now for the stock, which is creating exceptional relative strength.
The company expects to open more than 20 new international stores in 2019, at least half of those will be in Asia.
Lululemon has leapt to an all-time high on Thursday, but is it running too far too fast?
While there is some positive movement, it has not been sustained which makes trading quite tricky.
Lululemon is by no means an inexpensive stock. As such, it will need to leverage the areas it has not yet saturated to keep the market appeased.
Many bulls believe there is much more room to run for the shares, even after such a rapid gain in earnings.
Good morning folks! As Doug would likely say, this is Chris "Not the Designer" Versace, sitting in for today's Diary. As we get ready for the trading day together there is no shortage of things to talk about. - Lyft has boosted its IPO price talk to...
It becomes difficult to own for anything other than a trade, managed care stocks and those that most benefit from Medicare expansion.
Equity markets marked time on Monday, mostly on light volume.
A huge week is coming up for these well-known stocks.
DKS fell to $34.61 on weak guidance, and I see the stock languishing between $30 and $34 for months.
This quarter will be known as the quarter where you had to pay the piper to get sales and the piper happens most often to be Alphabet's Google.
Lululemon remains a growth story and should be bought, say Jim Cramer.
Retail isn't a losing ETF, and it isn't defined by Macy's, it is a sector with winners and losers.
I am not changing my stance that if you want to see real movement out of China you need to focus on aerospace, American Express and Apple.
Retail and housing stocks are reacting to what will happen this spring, rather than Fed fears. This is how to play it.