Off-price chains are still a good deal, but the easy-money days are over.
The slow economy will have parents cherry-picking Santa's list.
Macro trends make grocers less super, but Kroger still looks good.
Homebuilders still look iffy, but DIY-ers can give home goods a boost.
Shoppers will go cheap and basic, and so should retail-stock investors.
The cosmetics company's offering doesn't offer investors control, or much profits.
When the going gets tough, the rich keep shopping, but go down-market.
Don't read hints of a strong market in the flow of deals.
Possible dividends make Sally a value buy; store openings give Ulta the growth edge.
Cabela's still got game, but Dick's and Hibbett Sports feel played out
Pricey names are losing momentum but are still a good bet for the long term.
Earnings dissapointed, but back-to-school season should help Dress Barn's parent recover.
More summer jobs, good back-to-school sales put teen clothing stores back on track
Despite their strong run, shopping-center landlords still have potential.
Macro trends make the mushy middle of apparel retail worth trying on.
Toymaker earnings disappointed, but the price drops could be an opportunity.
Takeover talk puts lipstick on the cosmetics company's issues.
Restaurants are risky, but Bloomin' Brands would be appetizing at the right price.
The housewares retailer gets ready to take off when housing recovers.
With apparel sales springing forward, the clothing chain catches a break.