Target Corp (TGT)
$180.13 0.31 (0.17%)
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Market Cap 96.03B
PE Ratio 33.11
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 398,847
Day's Range 179.65 - 181.00
52-Week Range 90.17 - 180.48
Dividend & Yield 1.88 (1.04%)
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Louis Navellier takes a look at how four major retail stocks -- WMT, TGT, HD and LOW -- fared during the novel coronavirus crisis.
The pandemic has shaken up shopping altogether, with some retail stocks becoming overpriced and some becoming real bargains. Buyers beware.
Nikola, Target, Tesla and Virgin Galactic were our top stock trades for Thursday. That said, let's look at the charts to see what's going on.
Black Friday in-store shopping will be much lighter this year. These seven retail stocks are the ones to bet on to win during the holidays.
While coronavirus numbers start to subside again, many investors are in a pandemic mentality, making these the stocks to buy this week.
Traders were a little less panicked yesterday, which is not a huge surprise considering how close the S&P 500 was to its support level.
Retail stocks that are likely to benefit from strong holiday sales include low beta names with healthy dividends.
Now is the perfect time to collect on Nike (NKE) with another put write, and we think a few things are supporting the retail sector that will help the stock along.
With the presidential race scorching in tension, the narrative for hot stocks to consider has gotten much more intriguing.
As traders look around for other stocks to add to their portfolios, we think many of them are going to zero in on Target (NYSE:TGT).
With a greater focus on technology, back-to-school spending is projected to be the highest ever this year. And these retail stocks will be on the move as a result.
Retailers are getting dragged down with the market, but these retail stocks remain great options for investors to buy on the dip.
Coronavirus hazard pay has some companies paying employees more during the crisis, as well as handing out extra benefits.
These five stable stocks pay big and sustainable dividends in a world where the "income" part of fixed income is disappearing.
Target stock is up big after its earnings, but it's doing a great job of consolidating those gains. Plus, its fundamentals are great.
Target shares have been on a tear since reporting earnings, but TGT stock doesn't have to slow down now. Let's take a closer look at why.
Here are five stocks to buy for investors who want to benefit from potential new economic stimulus measures.
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