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There are a bunch of retailers with low forward price-to-earnings ratios, which could be the result of the market pricing in recession fears.
Given the turbulent market, it's a good time to consider the relative safety of preferred stocks.
It appears safe to go long the department store retailer, which just posted better-than-expected results for its fourth quarter.
I always thought Kohl's was for sale, I just always thought it would be Amazon.
Retail stocks were paradoxically top performers amid the pandemic. Can the trend persist?
The department store retailer seems undervalued based on activist investor interest and the inclusion of Sephora shops in many of its locations.
Dillard's Inc. has pulled back recently after a tremendous run this year, but its charts suggest the path of less resistance going forward is higher.
I wouldn't expect a lot in the way of economic shutdowns, at least not unless clear evidence presents that people are getting sicker from Omicron.
* What's to like? Very little.. * Though the averages have held up (thank you "Nifty Seven"), a look under the hood reveals a dismal picture of broken stocks and charts "Last thing I remember, I was Running for the door I had to find the passage ba...
Energy prices have turned out to be the primary driver for what now appears to be 'out of control' consumer-level prices.
The exposure will be small on the trade as it sits at the highest risk and highest reward level.
Let's look at the benchmark S&P Retail SPDR exchange-traded fund, Bath & Body Works, Macy's and more.
Plus, checking out trades related to Amazon, Macy's and a few defense and metals stocks.
When you think of what's working ask yourself if you would be sensitive to a price increase or not. The ones you are not? Go buy their stocks.
The U.S. economy's next recession has already been scheduled. We just don't have a specific quarter just yet.
There has been a lot of speculation as to what will become of large big box retail spaces that have gone vacant around the country. We've heard talk of Amazon taking them over as distribution points as well as Dave & Buster's using them to expand...
At least for now the issues that lead to the big moves in bonds and the reaction in equities have been set aside.
Let's look at the many positive story lines out there -- which having nothing to do with the Fed -- and what they mean for investors.
Luggage sales pick up at M and here's how to approach the retailer now as the reopening picks up momentum.
If Wall Street snobs actually went to Walmart, they'd know you can't stop the American consumer who's got a clean balance sheet and is yearning to get outside.
Notable comp-store sales: For Macy's April quarter: Comparable sales up 62.5% on an owned basis and up 63.9% on an owned plus licensed basis versus 2020. Comparable sales down 10.5% on an owned basis and down 10.0% on an owned plus licensed basis ve...
Whether this market is mired in a down trend, or is just moving through a 'pressured' up trend is really based on the perspective of the individual investor and how they are positioned.
Let's unravel the opportunities awaiting with Hanesbrands.
* The stock and not the parade I have taken Macy's off of my Best Ideas List today - it's been a long time coming! I originally placed it on the List at $19.39 in November, 2017. It was a mistake.
I like the chart and elevated implied volatility into the earnings release.