The retail sector has been hammered but consumer spending will come roaring back. Focus on these high-end names.
While the market is up, these ugly picks are all down significantly in the past month.
These companies offer good long-term growth and are more attractively valued than they have been in years.
The investment landscape has become more difficult in 2014. Companies with strong results are a good place to start.
If history is any guide, the Russell 2000 is giving off some bad vibes.
The quarterly performance lends further credence to the idea that the brand has lost its cachet with American customers.
They're a rare bright spot in retail now, but are facing rising rents and more competition as a result.
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