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Michael Cuggino, portfolio manager for the Permanent Portfolio Aggressive Growth Fund, says Williams-Sonoma's will turn around as the market's focus gets back to homebuilding and home renovation, as opposed to holiday sales.
Several demographic factors are working against the 'she-conomy' stocks.
This will be the stock's second-heaviest upside day in more than a year.
Nicole Urken and Ruben Ramirez look at earnings from Williams-Sonoma, Green Mountain and Target along with jobs claims data and producer prices.
Here are three candidates for each category, and how to trade them.
Despite increased mortgage rates there are plenty of stocks for playing a housing recovery says Stephanie Link, Co-Portfolio Manager of AAP.
The current milieu likely means a capped market in the coming week.
This week will be quiet but TheStreet's David Peltier and Lindsey Bell will be watching earnings from Campbell's Soup and the GDP release.
The company's earnings per share are up simply because of stock buybacks.
The home furnishings retailer is up over 2% and is within pennies of its earlier May peak.
Next week, more earnings from retailers, including Target, Home Depot and Gap. TheStreet's Brittany Umar breaks down what you can expect.
Brooklyn's Tech Triangle is beginning to attract Silicon Valley tech names, according to Control Group's Campbell Hyers.