Dollar General (DG)
$162.07 0.86 (0.53%)
18:30 EDT DG Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $162.07
Market Cap 43.36B
PE Ratio 27.15
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 1.17M
Day's Range 161.55 - 163.26
52-Week Range 98.08 - 164.29
Dividend & Yield 1.13 (0.70%)
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Advanced Micro Devices, Apple, Dollar General and Twitter were our top stock trades from Friday. Here's how the charts look.
When traders grow uncertain about the economy, these stocks should continue to prosper regardless of what direction the economy takes.
At present, multiple challenges weigh down the markets, causing investors to second guess their exposure. Because of this rough situation, you may want to consider stocks to buy which benefit from both a growth and dividend narrative.
Here's a look at the investment worthiness of 7 big-name retail stocks
Investors looking for retail stocks to buy should consider DG, SFIX, SPG and GOOS as all four have growth on the horizon.
Investors looking for retail stocks to buy should look no further than DG, SKT, KR, COST and BBY. All 5 look like solid prospects.
Apple's iPhone unveil date is out, and Microsoft is reportedly taking market share from Amazon. Here's what happened in the stock market today.
If you're going to buy a retail stock, make sure it's one of these retail survivors, because these are the ones that will succeed.
Retailers that have performed well are those that offer some type of value, whether that be in terms of price or convenience.
Simply put, the smart money is on a recession occurring. We’ve had a record-breaking bull market run, which necessitates a correction. Furthermore, the worsening relationship between the U.S. and China bolster the case for these recession-proof stocks to buy.
Symantec, Roku, Zillow and AMD were a few of the names making waves in the market today. Get caught up (and see key level in the S&P 500).
Dollar General can prosper in poverty, but it can also absorb the money of the middle class in small towns that can't support a Walmart.
Retail socks have been big laggards so far in 2019, but with trade tensions cooling and rate cuts on the way, they're becoming stocks to buy.
The market plunged in May on trade war concerns, but against that backdrop, these resilient stocks to buy rallied to fresh all-time highs.
These six retail stocks showed unusual and surprising strength in a first-quarter earnings season that was broadly unkind to retailers.
Investors are looking for trade war stocks that should rise if the tariff spat ends, but what about the names that will be impacted from the other direction?
Veeva, Apple, Dollar Tree and Dollar General are our top stocks to watch for Friday. See what we're watching with these big movers.
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