Two stocks serve as prime examples of exactly what retail growth investors want.
Analysts give the stock the dreaded 'underperform' rating, call it 'dead money' and twist the knife further with a $1 price target.
The retailer plans to open at 8 p.m. that day, but the move won't bring back the customers who have already deserted.
September sales show that the bleeding has slowed, not stopped, at the retailer.
A lackluster improvement in the industry means that at-risk retailers will not be part of boats in a rising tide.
They all had poorly timed buyback programs, which can be a major drain on resources.
You have to go all the way back to 1982 to find the last time investors were this discouraged.
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