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We like the technical signs of this retailer and think it is primed for another run.
It was a largely quiet start to the September quarter, but the coming weeks will likely be quite different.
Given the down week for the market, our inverse ETFs were among the portfolios better performers as was AT&T.
The markets moved nicely higher this week after reassuring words from the Fed, while we continue to eye shares of domestically focused, inelastic businesses.
Here's why Grocery Outlet isn't ready to get into e-commerce just yet.
Any retracement in Ross Stores would still be a good spot to average up and buy more shares.
We initiated 2 new positions during another positive week for the markets.
We currently have a lean portfolio following our technical-related exits this week from Alphabet and Universal Display.
We initiated a new position and added to another this week as stocks declined on worrying trade and earnings news.
The stock price of Ross Stores has had a wild ride up and down and up again.
There aren't a lot of names making the cut right now.
Wage expenses and freight costs could soon abate, a big tailwind for retailers heading into the rest of 2019. Here's what investors need to know.
We exited our Apple position as all the major indices closed lower for the fifth consecutive week.
We continue to see Ross Stores gaining consumer wallet share, and that makes it a company to own.
First-quarter revenue at Ross Stores misses forecasts.
Don't buy any upbeat presidential tweets, the likelihood of a trade deal is receding fast.
Ross Stores, Inc. (Nasdaq: ROST) today reported earnings per share for the 13 weeks ended May 4, 2019 of $1.
China's President Xi has obviously found surrender distasteful.
Ross Stores, Inc. (Nasdaq: ROST) announced today that the Company's Board of Directors declared a regular quarterly cash dividend of $.
Plus, see what Home Depot and Kohl's both told us about the state of retail and the consumer right now.
TJX Cos. topped expectations for the April quarter on strong same-store sales.
Ross Stores' pullback is ideal for adding more shares.
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With the market trading lower under the weight of trade uncertainty, the portfolio enjoyed a week in which the majority of our holdings moved higher.
Looking for a real economic bellwether? Maybe look at Walmart, but eye Nordstrom.
We have positions in three companies newly vying for a share in the streaming video market -- Apple, AT&T and Disney.
Given the market selloff this week, the majority of our long positions declined while our inverse market ETFs moved higher.
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