Michael Kors is as fashionable as ever with both customers and the investment community.
Investors either love Whole Foods Market or hate it. An analysis of its strengths, weakness, opportunities, and threats indicate a positive future.
Very few retailers have been hit as hard as Pier 1 Imports. Despite poor investor sentiment, the company has plenty of initiatives for re-inventing itself and spurring growth over the coming years.
V.F. Corp has made acquisitions a vital part of its growth strategy. Will Quicksilver be its next target?
Just because high stakes gamblers put more money on the blackjack and baccarat tables in Macau doesn't mean Las Vegas is dead.
Shares of Whole Foods Market are down more than 70% since its highs. Given the company's long-term outlook, shares are a bargain at its current price.
Orbitz Worldwide is operating in a space where size and scale matters most. Unfortunately, Orbitz has neither.
Before it entered the Canadian market, Target had some pretty ambitious long-term financial objectives. But is the company on track to reach its goals, or will it disappoint investors?
While Macy's has established a niche in the mid-tier category and Nordstrom operates in the higher-end category, Macy's may still be a superior investment.
Investor sentiment in the apparel and footwear space has been low for the better part of 2014. However, two companies stand out and are taking the necessary steps today to drive future growth.
As gas prices continue to move higher, consumers, especially millennials, will continue to look for ways to save money. Here is why Costco could benefit from this.
Shares of J.M. Smucker Company have rebounded nicely since February, but it is not too late to invest.
Patient investors with a multi-year time frame could stand to benefit from Lululemon's long-term prospects.
Staples is no longer the second-largest e-commerce vendor, but that doesn't matter. The company has plenty of initiatives to spur growth over the long term.
Under Armour may never be "the next Nike" but the company is certainly well positioned for both domestic and international growth over the coming years.
Pandora's next leg of growth is underway, and it isn't in mobile.
Some investors and analysts believe that Michael Kors' fourth-quarter results contained troubling gross margin data. Are they right?
Investors sent Dick's Sporting Goods in to the penalty box, but is the company setting itself up to score on a powerplay?
Investors shouldn't be worried about these three companies anymore following their quarterly reports.
Lululemon has a fighting chance to take market share from the likes of Nike.