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Nike gave up nearly two months of gains after an earnings release accelerated selling action.
Dick's troubles will only deepen as more and more retails sales occur online.
DKS fell to $34.61 on weak guidance, and I see the stock languishing between $30 and $34 for months.
Analysts and investors aren't overly concerned about Nike's Duke debacle.
These types of one-off public relations' messes almost never matter.
Straying from these names could land you in quicksand as the 4th quarter begins.
U.S. markets were up across the board Wednesday with the S&P and Nasdaq closing trading at new record highs.
Diplomacy must precede presidential threats.
I'm putting money in cash and in defense stocks.
In a month of turmoil, these names have held up well.
It will take patience to profit from Under Armour's rebound efforts.
These stocks are exhibiting bullish and bearish reversal patterns over the past week.
The Dow spent most of the morning in the red before turning around in the afternoon session.
The stock market is long overdue for a pullback. It now has good reason to do so. Ford, step up your game.
Don't write off the worst stocks in the S&P 500 from 2017 just yet.
It looks like Wall Street didn't even come close to discounting the favorable impact of tax reform.
Thanksgiving week frequently sees buyers pay up and sellers walk away.
JPMorgan is considering offering clients access to a pending bitcoin-futures market.
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