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"We look for stressed sectors toward year end," Larry McDonald says.
The deals are aplenty after retailers ordered too much holiday merchandise back when the economy was rosier.
Think of Black Friday doorbusters as a starting point. Here's how you can save even more.
The 2013 holiday shopping season may end up being remembered for its sharp discounts.
Here are a few ways to help make sure you keep your holiday spending under control this season.
Twitter and Facebook are trying to use their unique features to draw in companies such as REI and Best Buy.
Thursday evening hours and staggered openings may help prevent chaotic overcrowding and ease tensions at registers.
Retail analysts offer a look at the hottest selling items this holiday season, as well as how retailers are expected to fare.
This holiday season, Americans may not spend their green unless they see more red.
Both sides of the publication's compilation for 2013 feature retailers and airlines.
“Retail has become downright treacherous,” said Cramer. Stocks that should be doing quite well just aren’t.
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Retailers are pushing black Friday sales earlier this year, letting consumers walk away with doorbuster deals up to a week before the holiday.
If you’re looking for opportunity, Cramer says the latest Home Depot earnings are rich with ideas. Curious?
As broad stock indexes hit new highs, short sellers dwell on the negative, hoping Fed tapering will torpedo stocks and reverse the shorts’ big losses.
Black Friday used to be so simple—it was the day after Thanksgiving. These days, it's more complicated. Those with a plan will get the great deals.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Short-biased hedge funds are practically jumping up and down to alert investors to the opportunity to make money.
Retail shoppers are polarizing, gravitating to discounters and luxury stores. Traditional middle-class outlets like department stores could lose out.