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As forecasts for a hot shopping season roll in, here are the retailers most likely to benefit this year.
I don't usually do this but I'm going to offer a pat on the back to my Trifecta Portfolio partner Bob Lang as he suggested, more like insisted, that we add to our inverse ETF positions in the portfolio last week. Bob knows from our conversation and ...
Molson Coors, Target and International Flavors & Fragrances have all performed well since being singled out.
Hanesbrands is one consumer cyclical offering a 3.8% dividend yield.
The bond market is running the show? The answer would be... as much if not more than anything else... again.
There's apparently no key man risk at Burlington.
Burlington stock is bouncing big after a big earnings beat, capitalizing on the chaos in the retail sector.
Investors can find far better yield by simply buying the S&P 500.
Recent U.S. jobs creation wasn't as great as first thought, which isn't welcome news in an economy powered by consumer spending.
Apparel merchants as a group are seeing their stocks perform terribly so far in 2019, with only a handful in positive territory.
Most retailers do not, but here are a few that have the right story.
July-quarter ending retailers are soon to report their earnings, shedding light on their summer sales as well as their expectations for back-to-school shopping and the looming holiday shopping season.
Analyzing the June sales report shows how companies like TJX and Ross Stores are in-line to potentially become Dividend Aristocrats.
Consumers didn't stop shopping, they just changed their habits. How do we take advantage of this shift?
Meet the Dividend Contenders: A list of more than 200 companies that have been increasing dividends each year for more than a decade.
The stock price of Ross Stores has had a wild ride up and down and up again.
Don't buy any upbeat presidential tweets, the likelihood of a trade deal is receding fast.
China's President Xi has obviously found surrender distasteful.
Kohl's is well positioned to meet both the needs of the debt-strapped consumer and the desire of investors for attractive dividend yields.
Let's talk about the elephant in the room: the sporting goods retailer's dividend yield.
If we didn't know where the algorithms that now control the point of sale were lined up before Monday, we sure know now.
Here's what investors should be watching this week.
These themes are working despite the turmoil in Washington and slowing global growth.