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This is not a stock to chase higher at this point.
This under-the-radar name reports next week; here is how I am playing it.
From The Divine Ms M in response to Target's CEO statement that it is the best consumer market environment he has ever seen in his career: 25 yrs ago Alan Shaw spoke at a conference. He told that he started his career as a fundy analyst. Once at a ...
Analysts had criticized chain for weak online offerings, but no more.
If the market wanted an excuse to sell off it had it.
Opinion is divided over whether Target can continue its rapid rise.
We forgot that this nation is a nation based on consumption, not on industry, on sales, not on making things.
"Aspirational" retailers will reap the rewards of the strong U.S. economy, analysts say.
Interestingly, TGT's better post-earnings upside moves have been after the stock traded initially lower.
To paraphrase Bruce Springsteen's "Atlantic City", there are winners and there are losers. Target is positioning to be among the winners.
We have confirmation that things are pretty good for home builders and related 'nesting' stocks.
Target's CEO is not satisfied with just one quarter of record growth, but tariffs might pose a problem.
Watch soft data points and tread very carefully.
The prospect of reduced trade tensions between the U.S. and China injects life into the markets.
Macy's reports this morning. Here are some trade ideas on retailers as they enter this sweet spot.
After a failed merger with Albertsons, Rite Aid faces a difficult time on its own in a changing landscape.
It looks like TGT stock can push higher through the old resistance.
Trump vs. Putin? Nope, it's all about tech stocks for U.S. investors right now. Meanwhile, Target scored big on Amazon Prime Day.
Cloud and defense are still looking good, but watch out for retail names.
This was just the latest ugly chapter for the bookseller -- and then there's the dividend.
These stocks are selling at historically low earnings multiples, but have raised their dividends for decades.
Earnings season continues, with Darden and Kroger captivating the minds of investors on Thursday.
Amazon announced its big deal for Whole Foods one-year ago today. Since then, it has been a lot of hype and not much bite.
Tech and retail gains aren't enough to lead markets to new highs.