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FOSL has moved into attractive territory for a put sale even after the recent volatility decay.
Fossil Group shares surged on Wednesday after reporting better than expected earnings amid strength in wearables.
Struggling retailer popped more than 80% Wednesday morning on good earnings.
One month in, 15 out of 20 names are in positive territory, with Fossil Group soaring 39%.
Fossil is seeing some positive activity early in this New Year, and shares are up nearly 30% year-to-date.
The temptation may be to go all in, given the seemingly ever rising market. Don't.
An after-Christmas shopping excursion turns up an empty Fossil store but a relatively crowded Vera Bradley outlet.
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Wall Street closed at records for its fifth straight session in a row. That's its longest win streak since a six-session stretch in late 1991 to early 1992.
That decline has happened with lightning speed.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average snapped a seven-day winning streak to fall into the red as profit takers took advantage of its recent gains.
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Besides today's downgrade from our quantitative service, there are no early bottom signs on the name's charts.
The hits just keep on coming for retailers. Following dismal forward guidance earlier this week from The Gap (GPS), Macy's (M) and Fossil (FOSL) issued similarly downbeat outlooks over the past day or so as well. The "oil-dividend thesis" is played ...
It is practically a joke that we move in such random fashion.
The ugliest price action was unquestionably found in retail land.
U.S. stocks were in decline as a rare quarterly miss from Walt Disney pulled the Dow lower.
There is a secular decline in watchwear and that will continue to weigh on Fossil, says TheStreet's Jim Cramer.