Consumers still like Uggs, but will the company grow after they stop selling?
The company is solid, even if the market's fluctuations aren't.
Despite strong results, the grocery stock tumbles after missing by a mere penny.
Deckers Outdoor's stock has rebounded strongly from 52-week lows. Is this temporary, or the result of a fundamental turnaround?
If Deckers' shares continue to plummet as they have in the past few months, they may make for an attractive value investment.
Though good numbers continue, recent announcements raise questions about driving long-term shareholder value.
Despite flat stock prices, Berkshire Hathaway's business has strengthened.
Management changes and positive financial results indicate that a turnaround may be under way at Wild Oats.
The company continues to defy skeptics as it turns in another stellar quarter and its rate of growth actually accelerates.
Growth vs. value: Salim Haji works it out and comes up with a definitive answer.
Wild Oats turned in another weak quarter yesterday, along with more excuses about the temporary nature of the results.
The company turned in another stellar quarter, highlighting the fundamental strength of the company's core business model.
As the housing boom continues, housing stocks are reporting record earnings. Neither is sustainable.
Given the importance of consumer spending in driving the U.S. economy, November's disappointing retail sales are a cause for concern.
Other than Comcast and ServiceMaster additions, it's been a quiet quarter of trading for this portfolio.
Without clear strategic synergies, the recently announced merger between Sears and Kmart is likely to destroy shareholder value.
Target should give some thought to spending its $1.7 billion pile of cash in unique ways.
Disappointing results reflect flaws in the business model, not an "aberration."
Without radical strategic change, the legacy carriers won't survive.
Diversification into stocks you don't fully understand could increase risk within your portfolio.