|Day Low/High||36.74 / 40.11|
|52 Wk Low/High||9.25 / 107.41|
When The Children's Place tumbled on Wednesday, I saw an opportunity.
When you're the most bummed out about how much you've lost, so is everybody else, and that's when they're willing to part with even the best stocks at really low prices.
Shares of several retailers rode the coattails of Nordstrom and Dick's Sporting Goods on their favorable earnings releases Thursday, but Friday offers a mixed bag.
Children's Place was down on earnings earlier this week, but is poised to bounce big.
China is almost out of ammo in the trade war. To us, that might look like we are close to a solution. Don't bet on it.
Buy some PLCE shares, sell some puts, or consider doing both.
From smaller-cap specialty stores to some of the world's largest big-box retailing outlets, experts choose their top retail stocks for 2019.
Not only are European and Asian equity markets trading in the hole, but so are domestic equity index futures.
The sales 'donations' from this name to other retailers are almost over.
Maybe the reason why analysts have been chary about retail is because they've never seen anything like what's happening right now.
Prices have improved since July and PLCE is worth looking at again.
It doesn't matter whether the market is up or down, it just keeps making stupid decisions especially during earnings season.
Over the last couple of years, MSFT has consistently rallied into earnings.
After the first-quarter's big chill from lousy weather, the economy is heating up fast.
And in the heart of the order lies the semiconductor industry. Nothing happens without these guys.
Retail stocks are no longer in the doldrums. They are investable again.
Index-buying overwhelms all but a handful of very hot stocks.
You can make a case to buy any of the stocks of the companies at ICR.
Don't write off the worst stocks in the S&P 500 from 2017 just yet.
The breadth of advancers is a sign this bull market remains healthy.
Investors don't care where the earnings come from, as long as they actually show up.
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