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Gigantic REIT Buy Highlights Insider Buying With Market Near Highs

Despite the market again stretching to new intraday highs this week, insiders continue to make purchases of company stock, and that remains one of the most bullish factors, especially when ...
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Massive Insider Buying in Big Oil and Tech Highlights Wild Market Week

One thing we have watched when looking for a sign of an oil turnaround was substantial insider buying of shares. While the action had been consistent, nothing huge hit the ...
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Wal-Mart Loses Investor Confidence

Ahead of another set of earnings from Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (NYSE: WMT), at least one thing is already clear. Wall Street has turned against the nation's largest retailer, and with ...
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For Xerox Director Ann N. Reese, a Disastrous Tenure

The dust has settled after Xerox Corp. (NYSE: XRX) announced another poor quarter. Its share price hovers around a 52-week low. Someone has to be accountable for the catastrophe that ...
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Insider Buying Massive This Week as Market Roller Coaster Continues

In a week that saw all the market gains for the year wiped out, only to roar back on Friday, one thing seems clear. The windows that we wrote about ...
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Sears Turnaround Continues to Fail

Sears Holdings Corp. (NASDAQ: SHLD) CEO and controlling shareholder Eddie Lampert made one more set of comments about why the retailer, which controls Kmart and Sears, has entered a recovery ...
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Companies With the Best (and Worst) Reputations

Goldman Sachs has the worst reputation of any major American company. Upstate New York-based grocery chain Wegmans is the most highly-regarded company. Also notably, Samsung surpassed Apple this year as ...
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JC Penney Shares Collapse

Investors continue to be concerned about J.C. Penney Co. Inc.'s (NYSE: JCP) viability as a large U.S. retailer. The most recent sign comes as J.C. Penney shares have dropped more ...
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Why Best Buy Sells Frigidaire Dish Washers

Best Buy Co. Inc. (NYSE: BBY) sells Frigidaire Dish Washers for $479.99, which is $120 below the regular price. The consumer electronics retailer also sells refrigerators, driers, microwaves and ovens, ...
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Target Site Collapses: Anxiety for Other E-Commerce Sites

Demand for Lilly Pulitzer clothing knocked Target.com offline early on the morning of April 19. The Wall Street Journal quoted a Target spokesperson who said, “When the traffic got heavier, ...
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Sears Dips Further Into REIT Waters

Monday morning’s announcement that Sears Holdings Corp. (NASDAQ: SHLD) and Simon Property Group Inc. (NYSE: SPG) have created a joint venture (JV) to hold 10 Sears properties located at Simon ...
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Is the Sears Land Plan Dead on Arrival?

Sears Holdings Corp. (NASDAQ: SHLD) has been a long-term disappointment that has always been full of potential value. The company’s inability to unlock that value has been a massive disappointment, ...
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Americans Are Finally Making More Money, and 3 Retail Stocks Will Benefit

After years of stagnant earnings growth, and at one point, double-digit unemployment, the wages of workers in the United States are finally moving higher. Combined with a massive sell-off in ...
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10 Retailers Closing the Most Stores

With the growth of e-commerce still outpacing the overall growth of retail sales, retailers are continuing to close brick-and-mortar outlets. While total U.S. retail sales grew 3.7% in the ...
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Retail’s Biggest Winners and Losers

Retailing is a notoriously competitive business and retail winners and losers can switch positions in a relative heartbeat. For the losers, the writing is often on the wall for a ...
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