Walmart is apparently not the culprit for the disappointing retail sales numbers.
A close look at the bottom line indicates that from an operational standpoint the retailer's first quarter wasn't as good as a year earlier.
The retailer turned in stronger-than-expected first-quarter earnings, but also noted that gross margins contracted.
The department store retailer needs to see more bullish price action before concluding that a rally can be sustained.
Walmart is signaling its ready to compete for convenience-focused consumers with Amazon.
Two companies are in the auto industry and the third makes fun pop-culture products.
Besides revisiting the first two companies, we also look at trade setups for Canopy Growth and Nike.
It's frustrating when a stock sits there despite great fundamentals, but past valuations indicate investors eventually should be rewarded by the salon products retailer.
Is this a pound the table moment for investors?
The e-commerce company's guidance might be the main culprit for its share price erosion after reporting first-quarter earnings that came in above estimates.