$15.39 0.07 (0.46%)
12:56 EST M Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
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Market Cap 4.72B
PE Ratio 2.94
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 5.86M
Day's Range 15.36 - 15.74
52-Week Range 4.38 - 22.30
Dividend & Yield 1.51 (9.80%)
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The QQQ ETF, Tesla, Snap and Macy's were our top stock trades for Wednesday. These were big movers on the day, so let's look at the charts.
By Joel Baglole
These long-neglected retailers could use a spark in their share price. The r/WallStreetBets crowd that pushed GME stock higher could help.
Market by Macy's is a mini-version of the department store, about the size of a T.J. Maxx, that Macy's hopes can lead to its reinvention.
As the turbulence in society and the economy escalates, here are the retail stocks that could benefit – and the ones that might not fare so well.
Not everyone follows the guidance of analysts' upgraded stocks but they do serve a purpose in providing a reflection of general market sentiment.
Hypergrowth trends like driverless cars, artificial intelligence, 5G, blockchain technology, and the Internet of Things are all coming of age at the same time and poised to generate trillions in new wealth. Get in early on these tech stock trends.
The pandemic has shaken up shopping altogether, with some retail stocks becoming overpriced and some becoming real bargains. Buyers beware.
Home Depot, General Electric, Macy's and DraftKings were our top stock trades for Wednesday. Let's look at the what the charts are saying.
There's a dirty little secret in the index fund industry: When you buy index funds, a lot of your money gets invested in the crappy companies.
Macy's shares are priced so cheap that even unspectacular operating results could inspire spectacular returns in M stock.
Macy's earnings on Wednesday morning have M stock climbing higher after the company beat both EPS and revenue estimates from Wall Street.
Retail stocks were struggling before the coronavirus shut brick-and-mortar locations. Now these retailers are struggling to avoid bankruptcy.
Even as the outbreak enters the rearview mirror, Macy's stock will continue to struggle. The reason? An outdated business model and bloated cost structure.
The directors of a company tend to have a unique inside view into the business, so when directors make major buys, investors are wise to take notice. Presumably the only reason a director of a company would choose to take their hard-earned cash and use it to buy stock in the open market, is that they expect to make money — maybe they find the stock very undervalued, or maybe they see exciting progress within the company, or maybe both..
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