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Sears should be embarrassed by the state of its New York City stores.
Cramer says he doesn't understand the obsession some investors have with the Federal Reserve. Forget the Fed.
This home improvement giant has been soaring on the strength of rising home prices. Are the good times about to end?
Say goodbye to your local Sears or Kmart store this year.
Cash levels were not the only thing alarmingly wrong with Sears' second quarter.
Sears' once-lucrative appliance business continues to hemorrhage sales.
Traditional bricks-and-mortar furniture retailers are making a comeback, proving that consumers like to feel the furniture before bringing it home.
Consumers love to shop on Amazon -- but the online behemoth wasn't the only retailer to pick up share last quarter.
Higher home values mean people will continue to spend on home improvement projects, which should be good news for investors in Home Depot, Whirlpool and Stanley Black & Decker.
Existing-home sales dropped 3.2% in July to an annual rate of 5.39 million units, with the median price rising 5.3% from a year ago to $244,100.
A healthy job market that is giving people the resources needed in today's strict lending environment.
The housing sector is marching on, pulling the economy along.
Appliance sales are driving results for companies like Best Buy, J.C. Penney,and Home Depot, according to Jim Cramer, who says consumers are spending more money on home improvement.
The retailer's business structure is changing for the worse -- and it's being ignored.
You're getting it at a lower price than it deserves.
Best Buy shares could flame out at the hands of weak second-quarter results and guidance on Tuesday.
Jim Cramer doesn't feel compelled to buy Best Buy into earnings, as the company should have put more emphasis on appliances.
Cramer shares his views on Target's excuses. Apple, CVS and Urban Outfitters are among the stocks discussed.
Monday kicked off the week with new record highs but Federal Reserve speculation left Wall Street adrift for the next four days.
We think Whirlpool's 25% upside potential is justified by its prospects.
Low unemployment driving up consumer spending helps companies.
Brutal second quarter electronics sales from Walmart and Target raises concern on Best Buy's performance.
The stock should reach $83 by the time it reports its fourth-quarter results, yielding 8% to 10% gains.