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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.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on buying J.C. Penney, and warns of slowing consumer spending.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass tells us about nothing and ponders the wisdom of working for a living if it kills you in the end.
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.
Brutal second quarter electronics sales from Walmart and Target raises concern on Best Buy's performance.
Shares of Lowe's were hit hard on Wednesday, but the stock could be settling into a low-risk buy zone.
The stock should reach $83 by the time it reports its fourth-quarter results, yielding 8% to 10% gains.
Wall Street was short-changed any clarity over a rate-hike timeline on Wednesday after the release of minutes from the July meeting showed a split Federal Reserve.
Stocks fluctuate after the release of minutes from the July meeting that showed a Federal Reserve split on its decision over when to raise rates.
Shares of Lowe's Cos. were dropping during the trading session Wednesday after its latest quarterly results missed Wall Street's expectations.
The sudden dearth of momentum will give us some good opportunities, but watch accounts closely.
Stocks fell further from record highs as quarterly disappointments from Target TGT and Lowe's LOW brought down the cyclical consumer sector.
Stocks fall further from record highs on Wednesday morning as disappointments from Target and Lowe's bring down the cyclical consumer sector.
U.S. stocks turned mixed Wednesday as investors awaited the minutes of the Federal Reserve's July meeting.
UBS research analyst Mike Lasser joined CNBC's 'Squawk on the Street' on Wednesday morning to discuss why Lowe's (LOW) has been lagging behind Home Depot (HD).
Lowe's results lag rival Home Depot across the board in the second quarter.
Stock futures are barely mixed on Wednesday morning as investors await more clues as to the timeline of an interest rate hike.
Lowe's slashes its full-year outlook while Cisco is reportedly laying off thousands of employees.
Cisco reportedly is to lay off up to 14,000 employees in the coming weeks; the Fed releases minutes from its policy-making meeting in July; Urban Outfitters tops earnings estimates.
Home Depot's second-quarter results go a long way in silencing a growing number of U.S. housing market bears.
On Wednesday, August 17, Target releases quarterly earnings, while the Federal Reserve unveils the minutes of its July policy meeting.
Lowe's (LOW) is scheduled to report its 2016 second quarter results before Wednesday's market open.