Dollar General (DG)
$188.24 0.00 (0.00%)
8:19 EDT DG Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $188.24
Market Cap 50.37B
PE Ratio 31.53
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 347
Day's Range 188.24 - 188.24
52-Week Range 125.00 - 194.84
Dividend & Yield 1.13 (0.60%)
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Should the economy not bounce back following the coronavirus, you’ll want to look at these recession-resistant stocks to buy.
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.
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.
Consumers are generally spending less amid the coronavirus pandemic, but these 30 consumer stocks are actually stay-at-home winners.
Who's hiring now? Plenty of Americans are asking this question as they deal with a lack of work thanks to the coronavirus from China.
Asocial retailers, that view shopping as a chore and not entertainment, have become the new long-term retail stocks to buy.
Coronavirus 2020 is changing how people shop as grocery stores starting introducing senior hours for shoppers to help them avoid the virus.
David Tepper says there could be 10% to 15% more downside in the market. Here's what happened in the stock market today.
Dollar General is more of a general store than a dollar store, adapting itself to small markets others can't serve. DG stock is a buy now.
Dollar General earnings for the company's fourth quarter of 2019 were promising, but the broader market tumult is crushing DG stock.
By Thomas Niel
Should you buy retail stocks "on the dip"? It depends. Some offer upside in today's turbulent market. But these three are clear sells.
Low unemployment, high asset prices, and potential tax cuts all bode well for these four discount retailer stocks to buy.
In this market, winners have run and losers have stayed stuck. These big stock charts focus on 3 names in between.
Investors looking for retail stocks to buy should consider DG, SFIX, SPG and GOOS as all four have growth on the horizon.
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