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For FL, the story is very much a question of whether the second half of the year can be better than the first.
Keep note of China exposure and mitigation strategies before speculating on retail names.
Nike looks to be in need of help on Friday. Don't count on the president.
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The shoe company might tap around for a bit in the $88-$90 range in the short-run, but if it stays above $85, it could then race to around $100.
Estee Lauder is among the companies that are sure winners, no matter which way the economy goes.
Now that things have corrected, LEVI stock might be offering some opportunities.
There are a number of RMPIA companies that will be beneficiaries of Back to School and holiday spending.
With roughly two hours until the day's market close, I'm circling back to the poll question I asked Diary readers earlier today. The question was "What are you most concerned about in the near-term?" via a multiple-choice question with the following...
Nike's earnings show some strong and soft spots, but those planning to go the distance will also look ahead to how new tariffs under a possible second-term for President Donald Trump could affect the company.
The G-20 Summit in Japan could hold more intrigue than just the planned meeting between President Trump and Xi.
Nike is expected to report next week as the G20 summit kicks off in Japan, so I guess markets could be in an entirely different trading environment by then. Wall Street is looking for EPS of $0.66 on revenue $10.17 billion for the fiscal fourth quar...
Watching for a pattern shift and eyeing support on NKE's charts.
A two front trade war is terrible news for retailers. But just how bad is it for The Gap?
Wall Street is not providing any warmth for Foot Locker amidst a cold reaction to its disappointing earnings release on Friday.
FL's sneakers aren't selling up to expectations.
On day three, the sellers forget why they sold and the buyers remember why they like stocks.
President Trump has decided that the U.S. simply shouldn't do business with China and if you do you are going to have to pay the price.
Besides revisiting the first two companies, we also look at trade setups for Canopy Growth and Nike.
Only economists and pundits seem to be worried about a pending crash that might never occur.
As usual, the stocks that bounce back first are the tech stocks with little Chinese exposure and the consumer packaged goods that just demonstrated good numbers.
Retail may be a cutthroat business right now, but these stocks have risen above the pack.
First-quarter expectations were set when the market still felt the world was going to come to an end.
A resilient market allows you to buy stocks when they get hammered and do so with some certainty that you won't get your head handed to you.
Investors may want to hold back right now on scooping up shares of this lawn and garden equipment maker.
The consumer is alive, well, and might benefit from a thaw with China and easy to get jobs. So would Boeing and Caterpillar.