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“Retailers Are Running Out Of Time”: Channel Checks Show 13% Collapse In Traffic

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Mar 20, 2017 1:33 PM While the market is treading water, with the S&P modestly in the red, offset by some strength in the DJIA, retail stocks are broadly lower, with 83 of 91 components of the S&P 1500 Retail Index trading in the red, led by Tuesday Morning, Caleres, Express, Shoe […]

Kiss Christmas and Retail Stocks Goodbye

mauldineconomics.com / BY TONY SAGAMI / NOVEMBER 24, 2015 In my article from November 17, I touched on the growing number of retailers that report shrinking traffic and disappointing sales: Our consumer-driven economy is not getting any help from suddenly sober shopaholics. In the most recent report, the Commerce Department reported that retail sales rose by a measly […]

The U.S. Economy Is Collapsing – Americans Are Out Of Money

investmentresearchdynamics.com / Dave Kranzler / November 16, 2015 Wall Street, fearful that consumers are running out of cash heading into the crucial Christmas retail season, are selling off retail stocks and everything else sensitive to consumer spending.  – New York Post The retail sales report for October was much worse than expected.  Not only that, but […]

What’s Making Me Nervous About My Favorite Retail Stocks

investmentcontrarians.com / By George Leong / Nov 26, 2013 Retailers are likely sitting on the edge as we head into the Thanksgiving weekend on Thursday, which means Black Friday is nearly here. The three days from Friday to Sunday are the most critical period in the shopping calendar for the retail sector, followed by “Cyber […]

The Reality-Is-Perception Gap

zerohedge.com / By Tyler Durden / May 7, 2013, 09:20 -0400 With retail stocks surging on the back of the any-minute-now recovery (justified by the might of the Federal Reserve printing press), we thought it perhaps useful to consider just how great things are in the retail sales space. Given the non-stop accelerating rise in the equity […]