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Shares of Steve Madden (SHOO) are up 14% so far this year because the shoe seller has become increasingly in step with shoppers.
As 2014 winds down, you could almost throw darts at these standout groups -- but here are my own picks.
Supermarket Tesco is London’s biggest decliner after admitting it mistakenly overstated first-half profits by £250 million -- that’s $408 million.
Today's pullback provides a chance to buy into what is happening stateside.
Tractor Supply (TSCO) shares are tanking and that's giving Credit Suisse (CS) reason to upgrade the stock.
Maybe you don't truly want a long-term 'patient portfolio' and all that that entails -- and that's OK.
It's none other than GE -- and I believe the recent downgrade is wrong.
Tesco aims to strengthen ties with India's Tata Group, while Bumi is cleared to cut links with its Indonesian co-founders.
Lumber Liquidators and Tractor Supply serve as prime examples of exactly what the retail growth investor wants.
Against this difficult backdrop, insider activity can serve as a useful guide for our next move.