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It's a decent environment to find situations where market punishment does not fit the crime.
Argentine farming company Cresud and specialty retailer Fossil Group are up by double-digit percentages so far this year.
As a 'dumpster diver', I never expect to capture all of the upside.
The maker of women's handbags and accessories has fallen to a tempting price after a recent post-earnings tumble.
I may have to break my 'don't look back' rule once again, but I'd need a greater margin of safety.
There's no doubt that retail is facing challenges.
Among the names that felt pain were NL Industries, Fossil Group and Manchester United.
The shares have been on quite a tear recently, up 400% since early August, and have been extremely volatile.
Department stores, sporting goods sellers and even fashion retailers have seen their shares surge this year, but the question is whether the party can last.
There's a lesson in here, somewhere, although I am not yet quite sure what it is.
How a relatively minor piece of news can have a major impact.
The two specialty retail stocks climb as they manage to navigate the choppy pandemic waters better than expected.
FOSL may not be a big retailer but it is a formidable brand.
An outlet mall in Western Pennsylvania may be a sample of one, but it showed some encouraging retail activity amid the pandemic.
The retailer, like many others, reported numbers that were not as bad as expected and rewarded investors as a result.
Fossil Group, Michaels Companies and GameStop surged higher on Monday, likely for their own unique reasons.
Fashion retailer Fossil Group climbed after posting results while downtrodden restaurant operator Luby's surged on the possible sale of its assets.
I think the quarantine has gone too far, with unintended consequences that will be tallied later.
This is retail, where down is up and up is down, and the dynamic of the sector continues to change.
Chico's FAS showed some signs of life, but a number of other retailers were down in the dumps.
It has been portfolio cleanup time, which means saying goodbye to some stocks and hello to others.
The sporting goods retailer shows there are still opportunities to capitalize on retail, even among beaten-up names.
Watch maker Fossil Group and Argentine farming giant Cresud have seen their shares plunge amid a market that steadily marches to all-time highs.
These 'bearish bets' are showing both technical and quantitative deterioration.
Fossil Group's shares have fallen near rock bottom, and now might be time to revisit the struggling retailer.