NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Today I profile seven stocks in the retail-wholesale sector. Six are rated buy with one rated hold.The seven retailers I cover today report fourth quarter results on Tuesday and pre-market on Wednesday.. Tomorrow I will cover seven more retailers that report earnings after the close on Wednesday and on Thursday. We begin the week with 62.0% of all stocks overvalued versus the 65.0% reading that defines a ValuEngine Valuation Warning. We show 15 of 16 sectors overvalued with the retail-wholesale sector among the 10 sectors overvalued by more than 10.0%. When the fundamentals are overvalued as they continue to be and with the weekly charts for the major equity averages technically overbought, my recommended investment strategy is to reduce allocations to stocks on strength to risky levels. Investors should have reduced their allocations to stocks by 50% once the fourth quarter earnings season comes to an end. On Tuesday the Conference Board releases its Consumer Confidence Index for February and this measure surprisingly slipped to 58.6 in January and economists expect a rebound to 68.0 in February. Even with this rise, measures of consumer confidence will remain well below the neutral 90 to 110 range. In my opinion retail stocks should not be trading near all time or multi-year highs with continued below neutral readings for consumer confidence.