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Discount retailers slide on downbeat comments from the enigmatic Cleveland Research.
A shift in the auto parts retailer's long-term trend seems to be underway and savvy investors need to take notice.
Valvoline debuted as a public company on the New York Stock Exchange Friday under the ticker VVV.
AutoZone posted a rise in profit and revenue in its most recent quarter.
Earnings and economic data are in focus for Thursday, September 22.
The Federal Reserve takes center stage for the week of September 19.
It's the subtle, yet powerful benefit of long-term investing.
The company’s risk is much higher than what is attached to simply having an overpriced stock.
Auto-parts giant has a track record of absorbing economic shocks.
A close below $732 and the bears should be out of hibernation.
Dollar Tree and Dollar General are among BTIG's top picks for 2016, largely because of their resistance to economic downturns.
Jim Cramer likes shares of both Dollar Tree and Dollar General and you'll never guess what he buys when he goes into one of them.
After nearly a week of pressure, Wall Street was ready to bounce back on Tuesday.
Retail woes continue while home building boosts Toll Brothers.
In 'What's Ahead on Wall Street' for Tuesday May 24, we have a few more companies we're watching on the earnings front.
In 'What's Ahead on Wall Street' for the week of May 23, we still have a couple more companies reporting.
Value investor Mario Gabelli said Warren Buffett should buy AutoNation, but Jim Cramer thinks he should take a look at Auto Zone instead.
Shares of AutoZone are up 5 percent so far in 2016, outpacing the S&P 500 by a healthy six percentage points.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer is revved up over auto parts companies like AutoZone and Genuine Parts, based on what he’s seeing with their stock charts.
U.S. futures are climbing along with crude prices.
On Tuesday Mar. 1, there are a few more earnings on tap for investors to digest including JD.com, AutoZone, Dollar Tree and Kate Spade.
In 'What's Ahead on Wall Street' for the week of Feb. 29, earnings season is coming to an end, but we have a few more companies reporting.
Its stock has soared, but the auto parts retailer is carrying a staggering amount of debt on its back.
Jim Cramer said he’s nervous about UPS (UPS) on word of that Amazon (AMZN) is to seeking to lessen its reliance on the company.