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Hurry up and get that ticket to Washington, DC.
The specialty retailer's shares are well below what Morningstar and S&P deem to be fair value.
Stocks remain in the red through to close on worries over international worries.
"It's not a joke, it's a rope, Tuco. Now I want you to get up there and put your head in that noose." -- Blondie, " The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" No "Takeaways" today as its vacation time at the Kass household and I want to take a swim with my fam...
Every previous pullback for Tractor Supply has been a trading opportunity. This one should be, too.
Retail CEOs will descend on Washington on Wednesday to meet with lawmakers and the president to talk taxes, including the increasingly-contentious matter of border adjustability.
TSCO shares are headed up to $80 to $90, so covered calls could make (more than) cents.
It's rare to find option traders who like to do both. The techniques employ different mindsets.
The company's chart sure looks bad, but the news is far from bleak.
Profiting from these companies' steady long-term gains requires patience.
Shares today look very much as they did at the 4 best buying opportunities since the end of 2010.
Certain feelings are destructive when in the mind of a trader.
All I can say is, this group needs to snap out of its funk, or the stocks will just get worse.
When you have a market that thinks only one thing is working and it doesn't bother with anything else, you have a market that's more treacherous than it seems.
Oil stocks surge on EIA data, while Rite Aid and Walgreens continue to push their pending deal forward.
Don't expect the home improvement giant to succumb to the same pressures as its peers.
TSCO is suffering too much supply vs. demand for its stock.
Gentleman farmers should wait for much better entry points, while current holders may want to sell.
Tractor Supply's negative update suggests risk to comps of both its main rivals.
This used to be a "Teflon" stock, but that's no longer the case.
The 'rural-lifestyle' retailer is doing even better than HD is.
The third quarter was not kind to many retailers due to abnormally warm weather across much of the country and cautious U.S. consumers.