These stocks could make sharp moves in the next few days, meaning well-timed action can reap big rewards.
This brand-name apparel company has been on quite a run since its 2011 IPO, and a strong quarter has propelled it to new heights.
Moncler's pricey down coats are beloved by the wealthy. And Monday, the company's stock was a winner as well.
Stores are seeing more shoppers, often those with a household income of about $100,000, on the hunt for deals on chic items.
Sales at the luxury company grew by 40% in the second quarter, and shares have risen by 400% since the IPO.
As these markets age, investors tend to turn to higher-quality plays.
The fashion icon disappoints Wall Street with its first-quarter earnings report.
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