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Staples' 'Easy' button can't make its problems in growing sales go away.
Despite the downbeat April retail data, home improvement giant Lowe's has the right formula and the right niche to outperform the market.
Tuesday's earnings results mean little to WMT stock if you have a long-term view.
Autodesk did what some once thought impossible when it transformed its business model to selling software subscriptions, but that feat and its decent revenues don't justify its 168 P/E ratio.
The market seems to have already priced in a poor report before TJX management has said a word about the just-ended quarter. But TJX has been growing revenue nicely.
Investors should be wary about the increase in Avago stock that is tied to an unlikely sale to a smaller competitor.
It's not easy to find undervalued tech stocks in today's sky-high market. But Applied Materials, which supplies equipment and software to device component makers, has lots of room to rise.
Symantec stock will remain under pressure until the company can grow revenue faster.
Though Chesapeake Energy may look appealing now, given how depressed shares are from their 52-week high, things can still get worse. But should you join the crowd shorting the stock?
The more realistic measurement of success is how much revenue Wal-Mart can generate from its new shipping plan, not its impact on Amazon.