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Its mail-order meal kits are tasty, but its struggles to acquire and keep customers and tough competition make it unappealing.
We continued to deploy capital and reposition the Trifecta portfolio this week, adding to a position, initiating another, and exiting a third one.
A brewer facing challenges, a banking giant and a retail behemoth are ripe for downside plays.
The data we are getting is certainly positive for several portfolio positions.
Sears is a moribund institution, according to TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer.
The sales 'donations' from this name to other retailers are almost over.
Revolutionary innovation can trump business cycles, presidential tweets, employment reports -- you name it.
A full replay of the call will be available shortly and an edited transcript of the call will be posted in the coming days.
The 13% rise in S&P 500 retail stocks this year has some staying power.
We are closing out United Rentals, adding to Universal Display and bringing UPS out of the Bullpen.
Five Below shows there are still ways to win in the uncertain retail environment.
If the Trump Administration does not force a breakup of the tech juggernaut, Jeff Bezos's digital commerce, cloud computing and advertising platform could surpass Apple's valuation.
We see favorable signs in the latest ISM Manufacturing Index, plus Navistar's outlook for the heavy-truck market is a positive.
Costco has one thing over its competition: customer loyalty.
Maybe the reason why analysts have been chary about retail is because they've never seen anything like what's happening right now.
Financial technology has reached a point of inflection. A new set of winners is emerging in the payment industry.
We initiated 2 new positions during a news-laden week for the markets.
Jim Cramer explains the art and science of technical analysis. Plus, he has next week's game plan.
Tmall.com -- the world's largest business-to-consumer retail platform -- and continues to gain market share despite competitor's best efforts.
We forgot that this nation is a nation based on consumption, not on industry, on sales, not on making things.
U.S. stock futures post modest gains on Tuesday but the dollar extends its fall after Donald Trump criticizes the Federal Reserve for raising interest rates; Kohl's and TJX report earnings; Nvidia gets boost from new gaming chip; Amazon continues push into healthcare.
Companies, like PepsiCo and Constellation, need to constantly reinvent themselves, or they'll get crushed. It's a tough battle, Jim Cramer says.
Traders who recently went long on Costco should raise sell stop protect to just below $215 from below $205.
Should companies focus more on stakeholders rather than just shareholders?
Walmart -- with great growth -- sparks optimism, but Jim Cramer says it's not the only stock to fuel the day's rally.
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