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Pent-up demand for parties could give this seller of party goods a shot in the arm if Covid-19 abates, though it isn't a buy-and-hold prospect.
Chart resistance in the $7-$9 area and a lack of a base pattern are likely problems for investors.
Following up on the trucking conversation from the PepsiCo post below, one of the items that doesn't seem to be getting much attention is the strike that began Monday by truck drivers and warehouse workers who serve the ports of Los Angeles and Long...
These names are showing technical characteristics of either bullish or bearish reversal patterns.
With St. Patrick's Day upon us, there are a few stocks that may not be so lucky for your portfolio.
When's the last time you took a selfie? Or, a group picture with your friends?
When you walk into the design department at Party City's corporate headquarters, you can't help but notice all of the vivid colors and inspiration pieces lining the walls.
As some retailers are shuttering stores, party supply company Party City is planning a big expansion over the next few years, according to CEO Jim Harrison.
U.S. stocks gave up earlier ECB-inspired highs as worries over crude oil resurfaced.
Union Pacific (UNP), Smart & Final (SFS) and Party City (PRTY) are three stocks investors should consider adding to their portfolios.