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Gambling stocks? No thanks. Too much money to drive to one. Video game stocks? We've spent the money we have to spend. At home movie studios? I'll pass, sorry

Best Buy

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Liz Claiborne




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got some nice clothes. (Oh, and remember when Liz reported the alleged upside surprise? How come the stock's now well below it if that number was so great?)

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Looks like Wal-Mart, too. In fact, Wal-Mart's looking better and better.

The sad fact about all of retail is that no one feels rich, so they are going to stop pretending they are.

And that's another reason these stocks are no longer going to have rallies beyond short-squeezes, and I don't even know if we will get those until we get so oversold that they have to happen,

Just be careful with these stocks, they make no sense. They are not as bad as banks, but they are close to it.

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