Dollar General (DG)
$218.58 0.00 (0.00%)
19:51 EST DG Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
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Market Cap 58.48B
PE Ratio 36.61
Volume (Avg. Vol.)
Day's Range 218.58 - 218.58
52-Week Range 125.00 - 225.25
Dividend & Yield 1.13 (0.52%)
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As earnings season continues, the top earnings reports to watch next week include Zoom Video Communications, Ulta and Dollar General.
Suddenly, it looks like another stimulus bill could pass. These three coronavirus stocks could be big winners if a deal finally is reached.
When we last recommended a position on Dollar General (NYSE:DG), we were trading on a relatively positive retail sales report.
Dollar General earnings on Thursday have DG stock lower despite the company beating Wall Street's EPS and revenue expectations.
Fortunately, with these strong blue-chip stocks, buying safety doesn’t mean you’re going to miss out on growth. Here's why.
Ulta Beauty, Snap, Dollar General and Roku were our top stock trades from Thursday. That said, let's look at how the charts are shaping up.
Dollar General earnings on Thursday have DG stock lower despite the company soaring past EPS and revenue estimates from Wall Street.
Dollar General is a company built to survive tough times, and if anything, the pandemic has helped boost DG stock.
By Thomas Niel
The company isn't dependent on just weak economic times to grow sales. Even if the economy soon is firing on all cylinders again, sales and earnings growth could continue to climb. With this in mind, Dollar General stock remains a strong opportunity. Consider shares a buy, whatever happens next.
Dollar General stock is one of the best-performing names in the retail space. As the U.S. heads toward a recession, DG stock will shine.
Although a disconnect currently exists between the stock market and the rest of the economy, this may not last. Therefore, it’s better to be prepared with these recession-resistant stocks to buy.
Under any other circumstance, sell in May and go away may be considered a sound strategy. In this crisis, though, you may want to keep these stocks to buy for the long haul.
Consumers are generally spending less amid the coronavirus pandemic, but these 30 consumer stocks are actually stay-at-home winners.
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