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In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass discusses his concerns about the week and how retail has improved.
Wall Street ended the first week of the second quarter lower than it started.
Wall Street give back the bulk of the day's gains on Thursday on worries over how President Donald Trump will handle the situation in Syria and relations with China.
Wall Street came off of the day's highs late in the session on worries over how President Trump will handle the Syrian civil war and relations with China.
Bed Bath & Beyond reported 2016 fourth quarter earnings that topped analysts' estimates.
Stocks give back gains on Thursday afternoon as Donald Trump prepares to meet with China's President Xi Jinping for a two-day summit.
Stocks creep cautiously higher ahead of the U.S. jobs report for March on Friday and a possibly contentious meeting between Donald Trump and China's President Xi Jinping.
Shares of Bed Bath & Beyond were gaining by 3.2% to $37.80 on Thursday morning.
Stock futures are higher Thursday as investors remain cautious ahead of the U.S. jobs report on Friday and meeting between Donald Trump and China's Xi Jinping.
Jim Cramer says investors should sell shares of Bed Bath & Beyond if the stock pops higher on earnings.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer is keeping an eye on quarterly results from Bed Bath & Beyond BBBY,released on Wednesday.
U.S. stock futures are mixed Wednesday as investors await the release of the minutes from the Federal Reserve meeting in March, and a snapshot on the U.S. labor market.
Overall expectations for the S&P 500 are for earnings increase of over 9% year on year for the first quarter.
On Wednesday, April 5, investors await quarterly earnings from Walgreens WBA, Bed Bath & Beyond BBBY and Monsanto MON.
These heavily shorted stocks could get squeezed higher if they report positive earnings this week.
Wall Street enters a new week and new quarter on Monday with stocks at or close to all-time records set at the beginning of March.
Wall Street's pro-business agenda could suffer collateral damage, as infighting among Republicans grows worse. Here's how to trade in the days ahead.
The amazing first quarter didn't rely just on Trump.
Say goodbye to Ivanka Trump diaper bags and Trump Home products.
Dying Sears still holds about a 19% market share of the U.S. appliance industry.
Amazon is set to takeover every space in retail.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on Twitter and talks about Sears.
We'll close our BBBY position and looking elsewhere for opportunities.
Updates and possible moves on recent trades after yesterday's selloff.
Google Home is going to offer a feature that lets users shop from local stores.
Activists are targeting boardrooms with older, over-tenured directors and your company could be next: BoardEx reveals that there are 2,631 directors over the age of 75 at U.S.-listed companies.
There's a big debate in Washington over the proposed border adjustment tax.