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Retail stocks were paradoxically top performers amid the pandemic. Can the trend persist?
Investment experts continue to see long-term value in the big-box space.
Earlier today I mentioned the amount of aggregate cash on hand at the S&P 500 basket of companies, and to that I'm going to add that one of my favorite investing strategies is in companies with an increasing dividend policy. Especially those with an...
Also, if I see that various intraday signals are working, I'm not opposed to day-trading GME from the long side.
I wouldn't expect a lot in the way of economic shutdowns, at least not unless clear evidence presents that people are getting sicker from Omicron.
Plus, a thought on how the Fed could approach tapering going forward.
It appears that supply-chain bottlenecks may be starting to ease up a bit, just as lockdowns may possibly take the gusto out of global consumer demand.
Here's why it's probably time to ring the register of this discount retailer.
Here's why the stock is trading lower in response to earnings.
It's hard to see how retail sales will keep rising next year as a percentage of consumer spending with inflation digging into more wallets.
The most startling takeaway from Tuesday, I don't think came from our financial markets.
Janet Yellen: 'If we want to get inflation down, I think continuing to make progress against the pandemic is the most important thing we can do.'
We last saw this technical setup in early October before the stock began a monster run higher.
I don't think anyone needs to have AMZN on their book for a little while.
We've got rising inflation, a Fed that can't turn back to 'normal' interest rates, and an energy problem. Here's what you can do to protect yourself.
While supply-chain constraints are a global problem, consumer-level inflation is not yet as broad a problem, or at least not evenly distributed.
With constrained trade routes between the U.S. and China, I want to own a piece of whomever is steering or parking those big ships off the port of Los Angeles and elsewhere.
Market volatility could spike in late November/early December just as liquidity walks away. Keep that in mind.
The big retailer's chart indicates a possible low could be coming this week, though there is reason for caution.
Costco Wholesale will report the firm's fiscal fourth quarter and full year financial performance Thursday evening.
Here's how financial talking heads got this retailer completely wrong.
The U.S. evacuation of Kabul is not really a market story, but it is deeply embarrassing, and an obvious weight upon sentiment.
To the melody of the Byrds' famed song, I want you to know: There's a time to buy the industrials, a time to sell the banks; a time to bid for health cares, a time to dump the techs. ...
The shares of the big retailer have continued to grind higher since our last look at the company three months ago.
There are favorable charts among companies that could be impacted by a resurgence in COVID-19 and there is one that isn't so great.
Is the truth in the jobs report or GM's earnings? Or is it in the cruise lines or the real estate firms? Let me show you the 'REIT' way to look at it.