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A short take on Tiffany and Abercrombie & Fitch into earnings, this month.
What I learned after listening to 6 hours of Charlie Munger and the Oracle of Omaha.
Disney, Twitter and Coca-Cola headline the reporting week.
Shares have been falling like a rock, and recent tourism and currency headwinds could further pull the luxury retailer down.
Blue Nile has started mapping out a clever retail store strategy that takes aim at traditional jewelers such as Kay and Jared’s operated by Signet Jewelers (SIG).
Google's recent spending spree has us scratching our heads.
Harvey Kanter, CEO of Blue Nile, reviews the company's plan for growth, mobile and social media strategy and trends in diamonds and jewelry.
Against this difficult backdrop, insider activity can serve as a useful guide for our next move.
Analysts may be a bit optimistic on the online jewelry retailer.
This stock has never paid a cash distribution, and today's book value is well below where it registered in 2004.
Setting my sights on retail, network and storage, food and social media.
From curated engagement ring collections to the latest jewelry trends, Harvey Kanter, President and CEO of Blue Nile, discusses the company's plan for growth, mobile and social media strategy and the diamond market.
The online jewelry retailer is swimming upstream against powerful economic crosscurrents.
Tiffany delivered a disappointing quarter. Projects more bad news for next quarter. Computers buy stock anyway.
The Arms Index moving averages are overbought, and a rally would be a selling opportunity.
Zynga reported earnings that were short of estimates in its first quarter as a publicly traded company.
The performance dynamic between TIF and NILE has changed dramatically since August.