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TheStreet’s Jim Cramer isn’t too fond of Williams-Sonoma, which posted disappointing fiscal fourth quarter results on Wednesday and weaker than expected first quarter guidance.
Dollar General typifies consumers' quest for a good buy.
The anticipated price target from the sideways price consolidation measures or projects to $87.
TheStreet’s Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer awaits earnings from Dollar Tree, which are released before the markets open on Tuesday.
Among positive economic indicators: More miles being driven.
Americans scarred by the Great Recession want low prices.
Shares of Brixmor Property Group tanked on Monday after three of its top executives resigned following an accounting review.
Will the excess coat inventory spell trouble for this and future quarters?
"Our performance in the third quarter reflects the recent trends we have been experiencing. ... On the one hand we experienced softer in-store transaction counts, and on the other hand sales from our customer-facing digital channels demonstrated str...
The ETF gives investors access to consumer stocks while keeping costs and emotions under control.
In branded vs. unbranded apparel, discounters are doing better.
Conference calls are the game film of our business, and these two retailers show how watching the film can make you money.
Whether it's winter coats or stocks, you have reasons for buying.
There's no sweet Dr. Seuss ending to brighten your portfolio.
Employees of TheStreet are restricted from woning individual securities.
The market loves to reward winners and to endlessly punish losers.
Jim "El Capitan" Cramer's opening missive, 4 Home Improvement Stocks to Buy and How to Do It, provides a good tactical outline for the retailing segment that includes Lowe's (LOW) and Home Depot (HD). In fact, one of the ingredients in my initiation...
As I noted in my last missive, I purchased a small investment position today in Bed Bath & Beyond (BBBY). My thesis for buying the stock: BBBY recently reported $1.21 in quarterly earnings per share vs. $1.17 a year earlier. Overall margins were in ...
As I wrote yesterday in The State of the U.S. Consumer, the retail sector faces the structural challenges of online competition, fast fashion, unseasonably warm weather and lagging U.S. consumer wages relative to the cost of living. But I think thes...
Too much bad news produces a rally, while too much good news kills it, which makes navigating this market so tough.
Stocks erased their earlier gains by Tuesday's close as lower oil prices and a fresh terror scare in Germany rattled the markets.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer is watching Lowe’s Companies (LOW) and Target (TGT), two retail giants set to report quarterly results before the opening bell on Wednesday.
The 2 box stores reported strong traffic and Wal-Mart had some feet on the ground, but the mall rats appear to be staying home.
Consumers are still spending, they're just doing it differently.
Use XRT puts as a way to position for more retail sales disappointment.