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Besides revisiting the first two companies, we also look at trade setups for Canopy Growth and Nike.
Only economists and pundits seem to be worried about a pending crash that might never occur.
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.
First-quarter expectations were set when the market still felt the world was going to come to an end.
A resilient market allows you to buy stocks when they get hammered and do so with some certainty that you won't get your head handed to you.
Investors may want to hold back right now on scooping up shares of this lawn and garden equipment maker.
The consumer is alive, well, and might benefit from a thaw with China and easy to get jobs. So would Boeing and Caterpillar.
Picking between the stocks of two industry leaders can be tough, as is the case with Nike and V.F. Corp.
The company expects to open more than 20 new international stores in 2019, at least half of those will be in Asia.
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.
It's time to go long some stocks that got overdone in the last few days and week.
Nike gave up nearly two months of gains after an earnings release accelerated selling action.
Overall, I viewed Nike's results as good, not great. But good is also not bad.
Kohl's is well positioned to meet both the needs of the debt-strapped consumer and the desire of investors for attractive dividend yields.
Considering the price action is so juxtaposed to analyst actions on Friday, it could be a fine opportunity to jump into Nike before it starts running again.
A slowdown in the company's home region seems to have superseded strong sales elsewhere.
Here is how the current IPO lifecycle will play out, with stops for Lyft and Pinterest.
The Fed needs to buy short-term paper RIGHT NOW, and sell off longer-term paper.
Dick's troubles will only deepen as more and more retails sales occur online.
DKS fell to $34.61 on weak guidance, and I see the stock languishing between $30 and $34 for months.
Dick's can teach you more about what's happening in the overall market than anything else I saw today.
Buyers have been aggressively snapping up shares of Dick's Sporting Goods, which may bode well for the direction of the company's stock price.
One wonders where Nike's cool factor will come from.