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A wave of earnings and economic data will be unleashed this week.
Take the opportunity to see what's holding up on such a day.
It has the most momentum in the group, and it finally looks insulated from the ups and downs in sneakers.
In many ways, retail and restaurant names have gotten too hard to fathom.
After its impressive first quarter, revenue growth is about to slow down.
The vast bulk of S&P 500 outlooks are undershooting consensus.
Lawrence Creatura, PM for the Federated Clover Small Value Fund, names his favorite stocks including Skechers, Crocs and Vera Bradley.
The footwear maker is still losing money, but it appears to be on the road to recovery.
Your personality and time frame will determine whether you are a momentum or value investor.
As we head toward earnings season, we must ask ourselves whether past profit growth is sustainable.
Skechers posts another maddening quarter, and Denny's shows some progress.
Jim Cramer says a successful ad doesn't mean the company is successful. Dogs are the biggest winners.
Futures pointed to a lower open, as traders fretted about today's deadline for Greece to accept the European Union's bailout deal.
When searching for stocks that trade below net current asset value, beware of value traps.
Selling cash-secured puts is a low-risk way to generate profits on value stocks.
My JIMS CRAB FEST portfolio disappointed in its first year, but there's room for improvement in 2012.
Buying puts and letting longs run does limit some of the upside, but it's a good idea in this turbulent environment.
The market is looking for the treatment that will cure its illness rather than just make it tolerable.