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Here's a list with teeth: Companies that can grow so big they make their own destinies. I'm talking about Walmart, Amazon, Target, Costco and Home Depot.
BBBY doesn't scream buy, but for blend investors, the 6.3% yield holds appeal, and there's still a shot a reinventing the retailer.
For those long on BBBY and hoping to clean up, that won't happen, so only option now is getting out before it's too late.
Will BBBY be the next retailer to bite the dust?
BBBY is running out of time and money to stay relevant and stave off competition.
Levi Strauss & Co. missed expectations, but the iconic brand has history and an aggressive strategy, so here's how loyalists can play the stock.
This stock should be much lower, maybe back to where it came public.
I am neutral on this market, and only a cool off of the hottest stocks can justify a further advance.
A subset of tech is expensive, as well as tech IPOs, but the majority of sectors are far from overvalued.
The retailer's charts are sending bullish and bearish signals, so it could trade in a range for a bit.
The disparity right now between Walmart and Kohl's or Target and Macy's is the greatest I have ever seen it.
On a historic day when we set new records, let's look at the Dow Jones Industrial Average's Top 10 winners to see how lofty -- or nosebleed -- we really are.
Adobe and its peers are making it so even tiny retailers can offer an engaging digital experience -- and compete with the big guys.
The retail giant once hoped Jet.com would help it win over many of the millennials who are hooked on Amazon Prime. But its ambitions for the business are now more limited.
The stores that are catering to the super haves and the super have-nots are the winners.
The incredible trajectory of Beyond Meat is daunting to those of us who fear a toppy market and the run in the stock is a slap in the face of those who care about too much enthusiasm.
Market alliterations provide nothing useful to investors. Pay attention to market conditions and ignore "Sell in May," "Swoon in June," and all other useless rhetoric.
FIVE could be a key retailer poised to seize on toy sales alongside more traditional retailers.
Alphabet's troublesome weekend adds anxiety for shareholders.
After a tough earnings season for retail stocks, these names stand out for value.
This bull isn't shaken by the bad news from The Gap's quarterly results.
While Q2 is expected to be ugly, management appears cautiously optimistic for the second half of the year.
When traders are flailing and investors are drowning, examples work best to illustrate what happens before a bottom is reached.
Retailers with their own courier services and supply chains could cut out a large chunk of FedEx revenue.
Walmart's China exposure is less than peers and it is kicking into high gear in competing with rivals.
We must hope this is a pause that refreshes, or we have to expect a rate cut sometime soon.