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Profiting from Zoom, adding to Verizon and watching Microsoft as we wait for data on employment and how the fiscal support bill will play out.
As we face an unprecedented decline in demand, now we must determine which companies can support their dividends, and stave off crushing cash woes.
I have proof speculation can pay big, and let's use Tupperware as a case study.
December Retail Sales ex-autos rose 0.7% vs. November, and 6.3% year over year. Excluding gasoline, however, December Retail Sales rose 0.1% month over month and 5.3% year over year. Quickly looking at the data from a year over year viewpoint, whic...
Signet Jewelers has reported same-store sales that rose 1.6% for November and December, led by North American same-store sales that rose 2.0%. Digging into the details, we find a familiar pattern -- the company's e-commerce sales rose 13.5% during t...
These names were among the stocks chosen for MoneyShow's Top Picks 2020 Report.
The buyout offer for Tiffany & Co. from Louis Vuitton's parent could spark more deals; this trio of sagging stocks could make for targets.
Swing for the fences with these down-and-out companies primed to rise.
By selling out of big losers prior to the quarter's close, portfolio managers can hide the stocks from clients, but some downtrodden shares could be ripe for bounces next week, so here's my list.
There's absolutely no bottom in sight yet for SIG stock.
Here's the problem I see from 10,000 feet.
Investors who scoop up shares of Signet Jewelers using a buy/write combination could generate excellent returns with less risk.
Value-oriented players should start flocking back into SIG once it shows even the first hint of positive news.
Anything that puts either side (U.S., China) at a tactical disadvantage in the air, on land or sea, or even in space... will be walked away from.
It's always worth checking out stocks that have plunged on earnings or other news.
Signet's slide has signals for Tiffany shareholders.
There's enough evidence that the economy is slowing so the Fed shouldn't move on rates, but some big retail and unemployment numbers say the Fed must raise for certain.
The charts and indicators of SIG are less than sparkling.
There is simply a paucity of places for advertisers to go to get the word out -- and that plays in FB's favor.
Not only are European and Asian equity markets trading in the hole, but so are domestic equity index futures.
I'm not tempted, however... a bit burned out on down and out retail.
Signet shares may be poised to outshine the markets.
I am sick and tired of reading stories about how buybacks inflate earnings and are, therefore, phony.