|Day Low/High||0.07 / 0.11|
|52 Wk Low/High||0.10 / 0.95|
Retail is punk. By Gary Dvorchak Similar to many of you, one of my morning rituals is to watch the headline roll for small tiles to put into the mosaic. Lone headlines can be interesting, but when they start to relate that can sometimes create insig...
There's more data to be processed and interpreted. With all the attention toward the ECB, a lot of data has come out and has not been interpreted this morning. As an example, retail same-store sales numbers showed beats at L Brands (LB), Fred's (FRE...
Revenue growth is stalling, and companies that buck the trend will be the ones to watch.
'Quality' doesn't necessarily mean 'blue-chip,' as these fine companies demonstrate
With dividend tax rates likely to increase in 2013, cash-rich companies ought to consider returning some of excess to shareholders.
The list of stocks making 52-week lows includes some great buys but also some hard cases.
Given expectations of higher taxes, companies have every incentive to pay out now rather than later.
It can be an optimal source of capital for a business with lots of free cash flow and few capital expenditures.
Overall, they were not good. Lost in the central banking eases were the final June same-store sales releases. Generally, they were punk. Six were beetter than expected: Saks (SKS) Nordstrom (JWN) Limited Brands (LTD) The TJX Companies (TJX) Stage (S...
Over the next five years the company will generate more cash flow than its current market cap.
All it really takes for these cash-rich businesses is for someone or something to go right and the shares could pop.
Ten results were better than expected, one compnay was in line, and six came in below expectations. Thus far, 10 retail results have come in better than expected: Target (TGT) Macy's (M) Nordstrom (JWN) Limited (LTD) Gap (GPS) Kohl's (KSS) Ross Stor...
By my count, eight were better than expected, and 10 were worse than expected. Retail comps this morning were mixed. By my count, eight were better than expected, including Costco (COST), Saks (SKS), Target (TGT), Limited (LTD), Gap (GPS), Ross Stor...
Businesses with attractive qualities but that are left for dead could lead to significant share surge.