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In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass discusses Foot Locker's missteps and ponders an adult riddle.
White Supremacist violence and the White House's controversial response kept Wall Street on its toes.
Foot Locker's selloff also contributed to the market's slide.
A lively 12-minute video interview with market guru Peter Schiff.
Amazon vs. the retail sector.
Wall Street ended Friday lower as more drama unfolded in the White House.
The shoe just dropped for Foot Locker.
Nike shares have risen 18% this year.
What's wrong with the dollar?
Consumer and retail names weighed on markets again to end the week.
Get ready for this one.
What to expect from Foot Locker, Estee Lauder and Deere earnings.
Summer has been fun for Target and Nordstrom, too.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio weighs in on Thursday's trending stocks.
The retailer announced weaker-than-expected second quarter results on Tuesday.
In a study of analyst recommendations at the major brokerages, for the underlying components of the S&P 500, Foot Locker, Inc. has taken over the #133 spot from Simon Property Group, Inc.
Dick's and Foot Locker are down, but they're definitely not out.
The firm sees Foot Locker's ability to post positive results during its second quarter.
Digital Content Series Highlights Generational Relationships with a Common Bond of a Love for Sneakers
With help from a Morgan Stanley upgrade, shares of Foot Locker are a top S&P 500 gainer Tuesday.
Analysts at Morgan Stanley see Foot Locker returning to between 3% to 5% comp growth in future quarters.
Jim Cramer weighs in on Tuesday's trending stocks.