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A handful of standouts among the dozen stocks that make up the Tax-Loss Selling Recovery Portfolio pushed the group higher over the last month.
The retailer's shares are jumping after it hired a former Target exec as its CEO, but whether the rise constitutes a breakout gap is unclear at this point.
I think both the U.S. and China 'get' the importance of at least setting up further talks, while coming away with something immediately understood by the public as positive.
The nation's central bank forever perverted the concept of what we used to call the 'free market.'
And while we wait for those three earnings reports to be had after today's market close, here's what should be on your radar screen for tomorrow: The World Trade Organization is expected to finalize approval this week for the U.S. to initiate $7.5 ...
Most retailers do not, but here are a few that have the right story.
These bearish bets are showing both technical and quantitative deterioration.
Despite an extremely attractive dividend yield above 6%, BBBY comes with lots of risk.
BBBY doesn't scream buy, but for blend investors, the 6.3% yield holds appeal, and there's still a shot a reinventing the retailer.
For those long on BBBY and hoping to clean up, that won't happen, so only option now is getting out before it's too late.
I think we're just a little premature in the game to get involved with BBBY.
Will BBBY be the next retailer to bite the dust?
Let's check the charts and indicators after the retailer's latest quarterly results.
BBBY is running out of time and money to stay relevant and stave off competition.
The problem is that the Fed's mission has moved beyond their mandate.
Let's review the performance of all three tranches released in December 2018.
The home décor retailer lost more than half its market value on Thursday on weak forward guidance, but it could be a case of overkill and might make for a good value play.
Overall performance is still better than both the S&P 500 and Russell 2000, but the gaps have narrowed considerably.
These 12 companies likely saw their shares hurt by tax-loss selling at the end of 2018, but most are outperforming the market so far this year.
It has become almost too onerous to own something that could be in Amazon's crosshairs.
It may not be too late to save the company, as it still has a good balance sheet. But major upheaval is needed.
If anything, after its latest earnings, BBBY is less appealing now than it was before.
Probably more important to focus on than the FOMC Minutes on Wednesday, will be the impact of energy prices on headline March CPI.
This week is shaping up to be a big one for these names.