Sears Holdings Corp (SHLD)

8.50
NASDAQ : Services
Prev Close 8.19
Day Low/High 8.07 / 8.53
52 Wk Low/High 5.50 / 19.12
Avg Volume 1.98M
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 107.15M
Market Cap 877.57M
EPS -20.80
P/E Ratio N/A
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)

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Is J.C. Penney Circling the Drain? Wall Street Says Yes

Is J.C. Penney Circling the Drain? Wall Street Says Yes

The list of struggling retailers grows longer.

Walmart Is Still Being Banned From One of the World's Biggest Cities, but Oddly Target Isn't

Walmart Is Still Being Banned From One of the World's Biggest Cities, but Oddly Target Isn't

The world's largest retailer still gets no love from New York City, not from the mayor, the unions or some consumers.

From Holograms in Your Living Room to Drones, This Peek Into the Future of Retail Will Blow You Away

From Holograms in Your Living Room to Drones, This Peek Into the Future of Retail Will Blow You Away

Here's what retail could look like in 2030.

Target Hopes Your 30-Year-Old Son or Daughter Shops This Fresh-Looking Store Format

Target Hopes Your 30-Year-Old Son or Daughter Shops This Fresh-Looking Store Format

The retailer will start revamping its bricks-and-mortar stores in an effort to entice millennial shoppers.

Noteworthy Friday Option Activity: SHLD, COGT, HQY

Noteworthy Friday Option Activity: SHLD, COGT, HQY

Looking at options trading activity among components of the Russell 3000 index, there is noteworthy activity today in Sears Holdings Corp , where a total volume of 10,326 contracts has been traded thus far today, a contract volume which is representative of approximately 1.0 million underlying shares (given that every 1 contract represents 100 underlying shares). That number works out to 72% of SHLD's average daily trading volume over the past month, of 1.4 million shares.

10 Things We Learned From Our Daily Facebook Show With Jim Cramer

10 Things We Learned From Our Daily Facebook Show With Jim Cramer

TheStreet's Jim Cramer discusses the hottest stocks of the day on our daily Facebook Live show, airing weekdays at 10 a.m. EST.

Jim Cramer: Be Careful With Sears

Jim Cramer: Be Careful With Sears

Amid reports that Sears Holdings may be going out of business, TheStreet's Jim Cramer urges investors to be careful with the company.

Dying Sears Is Getting Attacked by Target in New York City

Dying Sears Is Getting Attacked by Target in New York City

Target isn't playing around.

The 'Dogs' of Wall Street: Here's a Look at Some of the Worst Performing Stocks of the Year

The 'Dogs' of Wall Street: Here's a Look at Some of the Worst Performing Stocks of the Year

Which stocks have been the biggest dogs on Wall Street since the start of the calendar 2017 year?

Retail Pain Ripples Outward

Retail Pain Ripples Outward

Property managers face threat from anchor store closings.

15 Big Losers From When Sears Eventually Dies

15 Big Losers From When Sears Eventually Dies

For some companies, the fallout could be very ugly.

Of Course the Stock Market Could Still Crash, and This One ETF Hints at It

Of Course the Stock Market Could Still Crash, and This One ETF Hints at It

Look out below, investors.

Markets Subdued as Trump Trade Slumps: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Wednesday 3/22/17)

Markets Subdued as Trump Trade Slumps: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Wednesday 3/22/17)

Jim Cramer says the stocks bouncing back are the ones with strong earnings and which have nothing to do with Washington.

Jim Cramer on the Market Pullback, Nike, Sears, GE and General Mills

Jim Cramer on the Market Pullback, Nike, Sears, GE and General Mills

TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer discusses Wednesday's most talked about stocks including Nike, General Electric, General Mills and Sears Holdings.

Here's the One Disturbing Sign That Shows Wall Street Is Banking on More Bad Things for J.C. Penney

Here's the One Disturbing Sign That Shows Wall Street Is Banking on More Bad Things for J.C. Penney

The list of struggling retailers grows longer.

S&P 500 Rebounds With Small Gains, Weathering Deadly London Terror Attack

S&P 500 Rebounds With Small Gains, Weathering Deadly London Terror Attack

The S&P 500 and Nasdaq both rebounded on Wednesday, while the Dow slipped slightly.

Sears Has Finally Admitted That It's Almost Dead

Sears Has Finally Admitted That It's Almost Dead

This zombie retailer is on its deathbed.

3 Retailers Not Named Payless and Sears That Could Be Next to Go Bust

3 Retailers Not Named Payless and Sears That Could Be Next to Go Bust

The future is dire for retail.

Stocks Mixed After Tuesday's Selloff, 4 Die in London Terror Incident

Stocks Mixed After Tuesday's Selloff, 4 Die in London Terror Incident

Stocks hold mixed through Wednesday afternoon as worries over progress over regulatory reform continue to spook investors and a shooting in London keeps world markets on edge.

How to Trade Wednesday's Most Active Stocks -- Frontier, Nike, Sears and More

How to Trade Wednesday's Most Active Stocks -- Frontier, Nike, Sears and More

Here's how to trade seven of the most active names on the market this afternoon.

Midday Report: Nike Weighs on Dow on Disappointing Outlook; Crude Oil Slumps

Midday Report: Nike Weighs on Dow on Disappointing Outlook; Crude Oil Slumps

Stocks claw back from their worst losses of the year on Tuesday, though disappointing earnings from Nike weigh heavily on the Dow.

Dow Tumbles as Nike Slumps, S&P 500 and Nasdaq Fluctuate

Dow Tumbles as Nike Slumps, S&P 500 and Nasdaq Fluctuate

Stocks fluctuate on Wednesday as markets try to recover from their worst losses of the year a day earlier.

A Look Back at Troubled, and Beloved, Retailer Sears

A Look Back at Troubled, and Beloved, Retailer Sears

In 1886, Richard Sears started selling watches. This was the start of a retail empire that would span more than 100 years.

Retailers Warn of Closings, Bankruptcy in Difficult Environment

Retailers Warn of Closings, Bankruptcy in Difficult Environment

Sears SHLD warned that a cash crunch could cause it and its Kmart stores to go out of business unless it can get more money to operate.