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A wait-and-see day is a good time to dig deeper into some stocks.
VF Corp CEO Eric Wiseman has built a coalition of brands which has taken VF from a great domestic company to a 'fabulous' international operator, says Jim Cramer.
RealMoney Pro contributor Chris Versace details why he expects cotton prices to fall even further and what companies stand to benefit as a result.
That's music to the ears of Hanesbrands, not to mention a number of denim makers.
Bryan Ashenberg highlights a report that Nike is going to produce sneakers with power laces in 2015 -- the kind that were showcased on Marty McFly's sneakers in Back To The Future II.
Jim Cramer believes now may be a buying opportunity for shares of VF Corp after their earnings miss.
VF Corp. can't satisfy investors with its Northface and Vans double digit growth.
Here are the sectors that will see material gains and losses from heavy weather.
The vast bulk of S&P 500 outlooks are undershooting consensus.
The market invariably rewards serious value-creation moves like these.
The retail sector has been destroyed as companies have been plagued by poor sales trends and have blamed the cold weather, but VF Corp is a standout in the sector.
These sectors are the places to be, even after yesterday's remarkable rally.
To have a high batting average during earnings season, pay careful attention to structure and process.
Win some, lose some. I have taken off my VF Corporation (VFC) short for a loss and my Ralph Lauren (RL) short for a gain. I am keeping and expanding my Market Vectors Retail ETF (RTH) short.
I remain bearish on apparel/retail. I am offering some more VF Corporation (VFC) on the short side.
Consumers are moving away from soft goods and toward hard goods. I have three shorts in the retail sector: Market Vectors Retail ETF (RTH), VF Corporation (VFC) and Ralph Lauren (RL). The investment rationale is based on an ongoing transition in mix...
Apparel retailers may have a rough holiday season but VF Corp. is best positioned, retail analyst Marie Driscoll tells TheStreet.