After performing well in a challenging environment, this aftermarket retailer can get better.
After a disastrous start to the new fiscal year, Krispy Kreme is trying to turn around. But will it succeed?
TJX dropped the most in five years post its first-quarter results, but is this an opportunity?
Ross Stores is down this year, but a sluggish consumer-spending environment in addition to efficient strategies might result in improvements.
Best Buy struggled this year, but a comeback cannot be ruled out given the moves it is making.
Xilinx shares have pulled back after the company posted a weak fourth quarter, but this looks like a buying opportunity.
After losing share in iPhones, will Peregrine Semiconductor be able to bounce back?
Lululemon shares have crashed after the sheer-pants controversy, but the company is trying to turn around. Is Lululemon a buy yet?
Whole Foods shares are down in the high-teens this year, but this could be a buying opportunity.
New product introductions and solid growth projections make Diamond Foods an enticing investment.
Hertz is cutting down debt and its business is seeing some good growth across different markets, making it a stock worth watching.
After a slow start to the year, can Arcos Dorados turn its fortunes around?
Driven by vendors such as Nike, Under Armour, Puma, and others, this footwear retailer is making some good moves.
Ross has performed well in a difficult environment, but can it sustain its performance over the long run?
TJX underperformed in its most recent quarter; are long-term prospects enough?
A debt restructuring, the closure of underperforming stores, and cost-cutting initiatives make SUPERVALU look good.
Growing comps and expansion plans make this apparel retailer a good pick.
Kohl’s, TJX, and Ross look like good investments because of their good performance in tough times.
Huge size, e-commerce presence, and commercial focus make Advance Auto an interesting pick.
Panera has struggled of late, while Chipotle and Cheesecake have been doing well. Should investors consider any of them as investments?