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Albertsons Merits a Look at Its Charts After Earnings and a Dividend Hike

The supermarket operator could see its technical signs improve after posting its second-quarter results.

Winemaker Duckhorn Portfolio Doesn't Suit This Value Investor's Palate Just Yet

A filing for a large offering of stock by existing shareholders doesn't help matters when considering an investment in the wine producer.

Inflation Is Becoming Anything but Transitory, but Here's One Stock to Like

American Woodmark shares seem to be bottoming as the maker of cabinets and vanities puts through price increases of its own.

Keurig Dr Pepper Sees Its Charts Dominated by Sell Signals

The technical signs of the beverage company are weak at present, so avoid the long side in the stock.

Chicken Wings Take Wing, So Let's Feast on Other Parts of the Bird

Restaurants that specialize in bone-in wings are figuring out ways around tight supplies.

Levi Strauss Looks Stretched to the Downside as Earnings Approach

Traders should be alert for a bottoming pattern in the shares of the iconic jeans maker.

Eargo Hits Investors With a Bombshell, Ergo I'll Stay Away

The hearing aid company's shares fell on word that it is the subject of federal investigation, but just because the stock is cheap doesn't make it a bargain.

Taking Aim at a Buy Trigger in Target As the Stock Descends

The big retailer's chart indicates a possible low could be coming this week, though there is reason for caution.

Restaurant Stocks Still Put on a Good Show, but Rising Costs Could Bite Them

McDonald's decision to raise its dividend is an indicator of the sector's comeback from the pandemic, but higher labor and food costs are a concern.

Cracker Barrel Warns of Higher Costs in Store, Yet Still Hikes Its Dividend

The restaurant chain doesn't issue guidance for fiscal 2022, but does say it expects commodity and wage inflation.