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As much as some people may want it, constantly winning on the long side is not feasible.
The hits just keep on coming for retailers. Following dismal forward guidance earlier this week from The Gap (GPS), Macy's (M) and Fossil (FOSL) issued similarly downbeat outlooks over the past day or so as well. The "oil-dividend thesis" is played ...
Pricing power is eroding and saturation appears to be causing consumer fatigue.
Pool Corporation may be up 12% in 2016, but it's still not too late to dive into the shares.
Overhead resistance in the $36 to $38 area is likely to cap this advance.
Jim Cramer says investors should sit-tight if they own natural gas and master limited partnership (MLPs) shares until they move higher.
The stock isn't rallying in a bull market, so it's time to send it back to the kitchen.
In the wake of Volkswagen-induced euro weakness, these 'home-cooked' names are appetizing.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says keep an eye on restaurant stocks, Verizon's (VZ) yield is terrific and wait for Netflix (NFLX) to move lower before buying.
The restaurant chain must cross a minefield of resistance to break free of its current range.
Charts of Red Robin, Texas Roadhouse and Cheesecake Factory look appetizing.
Panera Bread (PNRA) is dropping 150 artificial ingredients from its menu, as it responds to a consumer shift toward healthier food.
Consumer spending on discretionary services, such as eating out at restaurants, has had sub-par growth but there are still good investments in the restaurant industry.