The bears have been prowling around the electronics and office products companies, while leaving some other retailers alone for a while.
Shoppers may be more active after they get their refunds.
The retailer might be the last man standing in the consumer electronics space, but that doesn't make it a good investment.
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The video-streaming and DVD-by-mail company gets the lowest marks of any online retailer and trails only Wal-Mart overall.
Insiders may sell for any number of reasons, but they buy for only one.
Large companies may not feel the impact of the sequester for a few months, if at all.
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