|Day Low/High||51.34 / 53.05|
|52 Wk Low/High||37.79 / 54.00|
Markets had a tumultuous week starting with increased trade war fears and ending with a modest oil production increase from OPEC.
We will further lock in our terrific gains in the position, and increase our ability to put capital to work if trade tensions rise over the weekend.
With JWN and KSS holding up well today this is an opportunity to trim both positions for sizable gains.
We are looking to buy into weakness today, even though the market has gotten significantly tougher over the past few days.
In a market obsessed with passive money, traders just can't seem to get it right with Kohl's and Nordstrom.
We exited one stock, entered another, raised our price target on Kohl's and downgraded Nordstrom.
Jim provides his takeaways from The Deal Corporate Governance Conference, answers a question on Kohl's and discusses a Microsoft opportunity.
Our double-digit profit today on this sale does not represent a change to our long-term thesis on JWN.
The tech losses are being offset by gains in energy, the financials, and those red-hot retails.
The recent rally has not just been limited to the beloved FAANG group.
Jim talks about Friday's jobs report, Nucor, the recent decline in Micron, 3M, WestRock, and answers a club member's question about DowDuPont!
The Dow Jones Jones Retail Average closed down .21%.
The market is setup to finally break out of its trading range in the coming week. It's unclear though right now who will gain the upper hand, bulls or bears.
Jim Cramer says this market -- wracked by inflation, tariffs and nuclear tensions -- bounced madly, and it can't value stocks rationally.
There's an emotional component to trading that simply doesn't allow people to think straight.
From Netflix to Kraft Heinz, these names look good.
One stock in the portfolio that stood out today and proved its oversold nature was JWN.
Soft beer sales are affecting even the strongest players in the space.
Shares of high-end retailer are at risk of deeper declines if the stock fails to clear $49.
Jim discusses what he is seeing in retail, Comcast's pursuit of Fox assets, and more on the market. He also answers a club member's question on bank stocks!
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