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Companies in the apparel, retail and restaurant sectors could be dumped even more than they have been as 2017 wraps up.
The five companies all appeared to be cheap a year ago, but only two have risen in value since then.
Bob Evans Farms and Kulicke & Soffa were among the first-half winners, while Ruby Tuesday and Fitbit were big disappointments.
As Foot Locker and Vera Bradley have shown, a solid balance sheet offers no assurance of keeping a stock price from sagging.
The eclectic retailer is struggling like so many other bricks-and-mortar merchants, and the margin of safety for an investment isn't there for me.
There are only a handful of names in my net/net cupboard, and one I wouldn't touch with a 10-foot pole.
Experience has shown me that there's too much risk in SHOS.
These names frequently trade at low multiples to current assets and may (but may not) be worthy of purchase.
Just five non-biotech names trade below net current asset value.
Nyquist can now win The Triple Crown. Effortless win. I had a fun interview with Boston Red Sox fan Thomas Keene on Bloomberg "Market Surveillance." I mused at the get go. And one more muse. I am a disbeliever on the China story and I'm shorting ...
Spun off from Sears in 2012, SHOS has lost nearly 90% in two years.
And yet, West Marine is currently profitable.
Is the struggling appliance retailer worth the risk?
That part of the portfolio, however, should probably contain a lot of cash.
These stocks meet the criteria under the Melvin Grand Unified Theory of Investing.
Here are some of the best home improvement retail stocks you should consider buying -- and ones you should avoid at all costs, according to TheStreet Quant Ratings.
Some patience is required, but these have seen solid results.
He believed in finding good stocks and not following the crowd.
It's harder to gain an edge eyeing just the popular big players.
Value plus quality remains the most profitable strategy of all.
The chart's not bad, but I don't quite get the attraction. I took some time to read through Bon-Ton Stores (BONT) recent earnings reports last night and I'll admit, I don't quite get what Doug sees in this name. Maybe it is because I've never been i...
I like my discretionary stocks together. For someone reason, I keep food and retail together in my mind and often on my watchlist. I suppose it has to do with the discretionary nature of both tied into the consumer. Still, I can understand the argum...