Target Corp (TGT)
$148.82 1.21 (0.82%)
19:52 EDT TGT Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $148.82
Market Cap 79.34B
PE Ratio 27.36
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 3.62M
Day's Range 147.26 - 149.52
52-Week Range 90.17 - 156.10
Dividend & Yield 1.88 (1.26%)
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While coronavirus numbers start to subside again, many investors are in a pandemic mentality, making these the stocks to buy this week.
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.
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.
Microsoft, DraftKings, Fastly and Target were our top stock trades for Tuesday. So, let's have a look at the charts to get some more insight.
A great quarter has Target stock trading well above fundamentals. It might be time to take profits and speculate elsewhere.
Nvidia, BioMarin, Visa, Lowe's and Target were our top stock trades. That said, let's look at what the charts are telling us now.
Target is proving beyond a reasonable doubt that this is one of the best retailers in the world. But Target stock is still pretty cheap.
Target earnings on Wednesday have TGT stock skyrocketing after the company crushed Wall Street's estimates for second quarter of FY2020.
Omnichannel retail looks strong right now. With this in mind, TGT stock remains a screaming buy on any pullback.
With higher FCF margins than Walmart, Target stock is worth at least 50% more, despite its lower P/E and FCF yield.
Target continues to grind higher, with investors wondering if it's too late to buy. TGT stock is still attractive for three main reasons.
These retail stocks are itching for a breakout. That said, here's how to generate gains with poor boy's covered calls.
We expect Target to meet earnings expectations, and we can collect on that possibility now by selling a put write with an expiration just after TGT reports.
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