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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.
Apple and Universal Display were notable outperformers in the portfolio this week.
Plus, see what could help save Intel following the disappointing guidance it released on Thursday.
The majority of our long holdings chugged higher during a somewhat mixed week for stocks.
The March retail sales number generally looked good, but the same can't be said for housing starts last month.
We trimmed 2 positions for gains this week as the market largely treaded water.
While the vast majority of our positions ebbed and flowed during the week, Disney surged following its Investor Day.
Ross Stores, Inc. (Nasdaq: ROST) announced today that Michael O'Sullivan, the Company's President and Chief Operating Officer since 2009, has resigned from the Company and its Board of Directors effective immediately to accept a position with another...
On the heels of the major market indices moving higher, the portfolio had a strong start to the June quarter.
Fresh manufacturing and retail data point to a slower but still growing U.S. economy; we touch on its significance to several portfolio holdings.
The domestic stock market finished the week on a stronger note, adding to its March-quarter gains.
Given how the market finished Friday, some of the week's earlier gains in the portfolio retreated and our inverse ETF positions rebounded.
Kohl's is well positioned to meet both the needs of the debt-strapped consumer and the desire of investors for attractive dividend yields.
Let's talk about the elephant in the room: the sporting goods retailer's dividend yield.
We initiated a new position this week as the market shrugged off fresh signs of a slowing economy and renewed uncertainties.
Bucking the 'retail apocalypse' trend, Ross Stores will be opening 100 new store locations in 2019.
Added 22 Ross Dress for Less and six dd's DISCOUNTS in First Quarter
Our prudent approach helped us during this week's market selloff, which also led to a rebound in our inverse ETFs.
Jim Cramer says investors need to consider the bear the motivation, and they need to consider the big sellers they'll have to outrun.
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