We’ve been following three technically sound stocks whose strong overseas operations will also benefit if the US dollar stays weak. One is still a good buy, and a fourth stock has just emerged.
The high-end grocer has seen its share price go through the roof in the last year.
Higher food and gasoline costs are pushing consumers to lower-margin necessities at retailers this year.
The home improvement chains both report a surprise drop in first-quarter sales, but one stock is the clear winner.
Target generally had lower prices in the first three months of the year. But April was a different story.
Keep an eye on funds tracking silver, agriculture, construction, retail and the Dow.
The retail heavyweights hope to offset struggling domestic sales with overseas growth.
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