The really bad stuff you might be cycling into will simply not hold up as well on a pullback.
Big Lots is both downgraded and upgraded, and Angie's List is initiated with an 'overweight.'
Stocks are mixed, with the Dow managing to continue its march higher following it record close but the Nasdaq lagging.
Stocks set for higher open, overlooking Moody's downgrade of Britain's credit rating.
Big Lots is initiated with a 'buy,' and Herbalife is downgraded to 'hold.'
Investors haven't been as keen on the sector as value-conscious shoppers.
Stocks could recover from Monday's decline spurred by disappointing manufacturing data fiscal cliff concerns.
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