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As almost of the retailers have reported, we have to point out there are so many new winners that could have staying power.
Ollie's Bargain Outlet gets a lift from TheStreet's quantitative service, and investors could go long on the retailer's stock.
There is no doubt that a less globalized world with less globalized supply chains would have weathered a dangerous pandemic far better.
For now, avoid the long side.
Judging corporate performance into the fourth quarter, sectors to watch and charting these 2 stocks.
A downgrade by TheStreet's Quant Ratings service reinforces the bear case.
Roger Lipton is a legendary restaurant analyst. (He is also my friend and golf partner.) Here is his latest value added research on Starbucks and Restaurant Brands - combined with his perspective on inflated valuations (e.g., Ulta Beauty and Ollie's...
Here's how investors can play BURL as its share price jumps on earnings beat, amid a strangely polarizing landscape.
Down after an earnings miss, the low-cost outlet retailer is likely poised to perform well, even in a recession.
The charts and indicators are giving mixed signals, and while prices could bounce, expect resistance in the $85-$90 area to halt a rally.
Let's check the charts and indicators for some technical guidance.
Trading at around 43x adjusted earnings, OLLI is expensive in this volatile market.
Investors should keep an eye on these four names in the week ahead.
This is the first time I can ever recall when a president is so attuned to the market that he will bend to its wishes.
Days like this are reminders of how important short-selling can be to an up market.
It has become almost too onerous to own something that could be in Amazon's crosshairs.
The U.S. economy is doing okay, but not great, and you can see that in a number of sectors.
We have to hope they are given a better chance to tell their story than they were Wednesday.
Equity markets marked time on Monday, mostly on light volume.
These themes are working despite the turmoil in Washington and slowing global growth.
Let's heck out the charts and indicators for some direction.
These long-term opportunities are seen as recession resistant while consumers seek to stretch the value of their dollars.
Portfolio managers will presume that these stocks can't be as good as they were.
Bullard's consistency, Amazon at $1 trillion, AMD's Su advantage, and more.
Is an emotional selloff on Howard Schultz's departure precisely when those on the sidelines should strike?
OLLI's shares have moved way out of the 'bin' and look headed higher from here.
What the charts say about OLLI's recent price action and how to trade the stock.