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Watch for these upstart names to topple some big-caps going forward.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer is bringing back his "CANDIES" market acronym.
I was pleasantly surprised to see that the candies are still crushing it.
Major indexes fluctuate within a narrow range ahead of the Memorial Day weekend, putting the S&P 500 and Nasdaq at risk of snapping a six-day winning streak.
U.S. stock futures rebound slightly and European shares rise as investors regain some optimism over tax cuts and fiscal stimulus from the Trump administration.
The obvious course of action is to look for ways to put capital to work.
The stock is a putrid buy-and-hold name but has been a wonderful trading vehicle over time.
We can begin to see which retailers are on the up and which are declining.
The key is to swear off holding names with higher-than-normal multiples based on their own history.
The market having a solid but unspectacular session today to close out the trading week. The Nasdaq Composite is leading the major indices, with better than a 0.5% gain at last check. Biotechs also continue to look solid as the sector consolidates t...
Decker Outdoor, Palo Alto Networks and Ulta Salon are intriguing around earnings.
Analysts cut their outlook following dismal earnings and an increase in inventory of Deckers' popular UGG brand.
DECK shares will likely need a long period of consolidation before a new bull phase can get underway.
Welcome to Jobs Report Friday! Bret Jensen here. As always, I'm happy to be standing in for Doug Kass. I'm sure we're going to have lots of commentary on this last trading day of the week. We'll get the always-critical U.S. nonfarm payrolls report a...
I'm inclined to look at short entry points at the moment.
They involve the earth's warmth, Chinese discretionary income and aging baby boomers.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer is watching Ascena Retail Group (ASNA) Tuesday when the specialty retailer releases its first quarter earnings results after the market close.
Eye-opening in-store discounts do not bode well for some stocks.