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Rolling out physical stores selling apparel and groceries could add over $1.20 in EPS long-term for the c-commerce giant, according to Pacific Crest Securities analysts.
Cramer is steadfast on Skyworks Solutions but is moving on from Cliffs Natural Resources.
Gains from one day are being wiped out the next and vice versa, Cramer says.
Bulls think the grocer's stock is cheap, but the upside appears limited based on anticipated earnings.
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Deutsche Bank decreased Kroger's (KR) price target to $39 this morning.
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The story we will be focusing on is the net margin outlook over the coming quarters.
The play is to short out-of-the-money, long-term puts rather than buy the grocer's shares outright.
Jim Cramer shares his views on giving a company the benefit of the doubt. Costco, Amazon and Apache are among the stocks discussed.
Despite share prices being down, earnings have grown each quarter for the last two years.
When investors buy stocks for yield and bonds for capital appreciation, nothing is quite what one would expect.
Stocks are falling on Friday as the odds of a September rate hike increase amid hawkish Federal Reserve commentary.
Wells Fargo’s huge fine sends the stock slightly lower, while recalls affect two U.S. auto giants.
Jim Cramer says there's a big price war going on, especially since Walmart, Target and Amazon's move into the food space.
Stocks add to losses on Friday morning as crude oil backs off from a major rally a day earlier and the chances of a September rate hike increase.
Restoration Hardware is scrambling short-sellers, while Kroger shares are trading relatively well given the company's not so great quarter, Cramer reasoned.
U.S. stocks fell Friday after oil prices slipped two percent, despite a deep decline in U.S. oil inventories.
Kroger CFO Michael Schlotman discusses Kroger's (KR) 2016 second-quarter earnings results.
Stock futures move lower on Friday morning as crude oil backed off from a major rally a day earlier that pushed prices to close at a two-week high.
Kroger (KR) stock was trading lower pre-market after cutting its full-year forecast for adjusted per-share earnings.
U.S. stock futures are slipping Friday; the FAA warns airline passengers not to use Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 smartphone; MasterCard is sued for $19 billion in Britain.
On Friday, September 9, investors await quarterly results from Kroger and a host of speeches from Federal Reserve officials.
Telsey Advisory Group managing director Joe Feldman discussed why Kroger (KR) may have more long-term potential than people realize.
Kroger (KR) is scheduled to post its 2016 second quarter results before Friday's opening bell.