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Comp-store sales declines are a big problem for this entertainment name.
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Such a hit would make the entertainment and dining venue company look better after prices have declined in the fourth quarter of 2018, and the indicators are still not convincing.
In times of market turmoil, restaurant stocks can provide a safe haven.
PLAY has broken out of a consolidation pattern, buy on any pullback.
The restaurant and entertainment concern made a nice step forward in the fourth quarter but must show it can sustain improvement in comparable-store revenue.
The focus on smart tech investment, digital advertising and new menus all helped PLAY to kill it on earnings and comps.
What to look for when Dave & Buster's and Constellation Brands report results.
Both U.S. and Chinese economic data is coming in stronger than expected, which will help support this rally.
Retail isn't a losing ETF, and it isn't defined by Macy's, it is a sector with winners and losers.
There's enough evidence that the economy is slowing so the Fed shouldn't move on rates, but some big retail and unemployment numbers say the Fed must raise for certain.
It might be time to beat the traffic on Dave & Buster's.
The stock needs earnings to really justify itself and I'm not seeing that.
A mutualistic relationship could blossom for malls that need well-trafficked tenants and companies like Dave & Buster's that are trying to expand.
If you do like the name here, I would caution you to enter with just a sliver of your intended position size.
The longer-term trend of experience-based restaurant and shopping that younger generations crave is buoying analyst confidence in the stock.
A retest of the April-May would not be a big surprise in the months ahead.
While the stock remains a favorite for many playing the experiential economy, D&B is not enticing more players Wednesday.
There is simply a paucity of places for advertisers to go to get the word out -- and that plays in FB's favor.
Let's check the charts and indicators.
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The cloud will, I believe, continue to differentiate Amazon from it's (if it really has any) peers.
Stocks in the U.S. were mixed in the wake of the Trump-Kim summit.
It looks like Wall Street didn't even come close to discounting the favorable impact of tax reform.
Major indices are overbought, except for the Russell 2000.