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Is CTB priced right for value?

Trade tensions, which have persisted for well over a year, have worked to amp up market tension at different periods throughout the year. The prospect for trade compromise helped the market rally strongly from the beginning of this year until mid-July, when the Fed’s more modest-than-expected interest rate cut, along with the cold reality that […]

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NWL is up 18% since the beginning of the month – should you buy?

One of the hallmarks of the market’s upward trend this year (even factoring in the market volatility and pull back since late July from the latest all-time high) has been the strength of the U.S. economy. Even as trade uncertainty continues to keep investors and analysts on edge, concerns about interest rate policy persist, and […]

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Is FL’s -36% drop since April an opportunity, or a big risk?

When technical traders see a stock’s price pattern diverging from its industry or sector, the question becomes whether that divergence represents an opportunity, or a risk. The commonly held principle that “a rising tide lifts all ships” usually means that if a broad segment of the market, such as the Consumer Discretionary sector, is performing […]

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Retail slowdown has hurt stocks like PVH. Is it time to start buying?

One of the industries that hasn’t been participating in bullish rally enjoyed by the broader Consumer Discretionary sector is apparel manufacturers. While the sector has increased about 24% year to date and more than 4% in the last month, as measured by the S&P 500 Consumer Discretionary Sector SPDR ETF (XLY), even the leading apparel […]

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IRBT is down nearly -45% since April – is that an opportunity, or a warning?

The Consumer Discretionary sector has been one of the highest-performing sectors in the market year-to-date; as the broad market has pushed to new all-time highs, so has this sector, increasing about 24% year to date and more than 4% in the last month, as measured by the S&P 500 Consumer Discretionary Sector SPDR ETF (XLY). […]

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GoPro, Inc. (GPRO) Buy Target $5.79 – Sell Target $6.72

Trade Setup Buy Target $5.79 Sell Target 1 $6.72 Trailing Stop 20% Sell Target 2 $7.36 GoPro, Inc. develops and sells cameras, drones, and mountable and wearable accessories in the United States and internationally. The company offers HERO7, a cloud-connected line of camera; Fusion, a waterproof spherical camera; GoPro Plus, a cloud-based storage solution that […]

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Are CCL’s fundamental strong enough to call it a good value?

At the beginning of May, I took a long look at Carnival Corp (CCL), the largest cruise operator in the world. At the time, the stock was up about 11% for the year, riding the broader market’s rally to that point to a short-term peak at about $55 that appeared to have the stock positioned […]

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KSS is in its own bearish trend – could that be a buying signal?

The stock market’s rally since May has been good for a number of sectors, including Consumer Discretionary stocks. The sector is about 8.5% higher since the beginning of June, and nearly 21% year to date. With the biggest, most well-known names like Walmart (WMT), Amazon (AMZN) and Target Stores (TGT) leading the charge, the assumption […]

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