|Day Low/High||106.63 / 110.99|
|52 Wk Low/High||104.92 / 134.22|
A close below $50 and then $46 in the weeks ahead will put the bear in control.
Don't pay premium prices for shares of this off-price retailer.
Jim Cramer says he was disturbed by the conference call following Ross Stores' earnings and he's not really sure what is going on at the company.
Jim Cramer says the retail report last week showing increased spending online underscores continued margin pressure for department stores.
The hits just keep on coming for retailers. Following dismal forward guidance earlier this week from The Gap (GPS), Macy's (M) and Fossil (FOSL) issued similarly downbeat outlooks over the past day or so as well. The "oil-dividend thesis" is played ...
Pricing power is eroding and saturation appears to be causing consumer fatigue.
When it comes to investment wisdom, it doesn't get much better than Buffett.
Dollar General typifies consumers' quest for a good buy.
U.S. futures look to follow up on their Tuesday climb.
On Tuesday Mar. 1, there are a few more earnings on tap for investors to digest including JD.com, AutoZone, Dollar Tree and Kate Spade.
TheStreet’s Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer awaits earnings from Dollar Tree, which are released before the markets open on Tuesday.
Consumers are taking that extra cash out of their pockets.
In branded vs. unbranded apparel, discounters are doing better.
"Life's but a walking shadow, a poor player That struts and frets his hour upon the stage And then is heard no more. It is a tale Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, Signifying nothing." -- William Shakespeare, Macbeth Last week's market rally...
Conference calls are the game film of our business, and these two retailers show how watching the film can make you money.
Whether it's winter coats or stocks, you have reasons for buying.
The market loves to reward winners and to endlessly punish losers.
Use XRT puts as a way to position for more retail sales disappointment.
If it succeeds, its shares could eventually make sense.
It's difficult to picture the Fed making a compelling argument for raising rates.