Like other giants in their respective industries, Unilever faces challenges with growing its revenue from a large base. Does this mean investors should overlook Unilever?
This company's share price closed almost flat on its first day of trading. With lackluster investor sentiment, is this stock still a buy?
Should you buy the franchiser or the franchisee? The financial numbers will you help you to decide between investing in McDonald's or its largest franchisee, Arcos Dorados.
There is no denying the fact that bricks & mortar retailers are losing market share to their online counterparts. Among online retailers, Zulily stands apart from its peers.
Investors can find hidden gems within the broad category of movie-related companies which have been shunned because of the long-term decline in movie ticket sales numbers.
DVDs aren't going the way of the dinosaur yet. Even if they are, this doesn't make Outerwall, the owner of the largest physical movie rental business in the U.S., a bad investment.
Don’t be distracted by Carl Ichan’s push for a Family Dollar/Dollar General merger. The real piece of news is Wal-Mart’s entry into the small-format space.
In the new print media landscape, specialists will gain market share at the expense of their generalist peers.
Investors should capitalize on bad quarterly financial performances to accumulate shares of good companies at attractive prices. One such opportunity has come in the form of leading home furnishings retailer Bed Bath & Beyond.
How is it that smaller companies, like XPO Logistics, with a greater presence in high-growth segments and huge growth potential via M&A can be more attractive investment candidates relative to their larger peers?
Does size matter? The debate on the right store size has divided retailers into two diverse camps, which side are you choosing?
If you are reading or buying fewer magazines and newspapers than you did a decade ago, you aren’t alone. Notwithstanding the secular decline in print media readership, Time, the country’s largest magazine publisher, remains an attractive investment choice.
Extended stay hotels are popular with travelers who stay for longer periods because of the 'home-like' environment they provide. Will investing in Extended Stay America be equally comfortable for investors?
Size shouldn't be used a proxy for quality in assessing any potential investment candidate. But in the case of Ritchie Bros, the largest used equipment seller globally, size offers a true competitive edge over its peers.
Many investors view corporate actions with skepticism, as they aren’t usually convinced such actions are in the best interests of shareholders. Energizer’s decision to split itself into two separate companies is likely to be value-accretive.
A well-known company sees a sharp share price decline; it has every chance of being either a falling knife or a real bargain. Coach seems more likely to fall into the former category.
The global luxury market is growing, in particular accessories and emerging markets.One company that is your best choice to capitalize on such growth.
Picking stocks is no easier than choosing cars. CarMax makes it easy for customers to buy cars with its no-haggle” pricing strategy, and it could be an equally good investment choice.
Despite technological advances disrupting many businesses, flowers are one of the few consumer products likely to stay relevant in the next decade. If you think likewise, FTD Companies is one investment opportunity you should examine.
An increasing number of luxury retailers are jumping on the affordable luxury bandwagon to widen their customer bases and increase their sales. Blue Nile, an online retailer of high-quality diamonds, is a good proxy for the growth in such demand.