After taking a severe hit in the first quarter, Gap is on the comeback trail.
Dick's Sporting Goods got off to a bad start with its first-quarter results, but can it improve?
Burger King has done well this year, but its growth isn't done yet.
Hormel is trading close to its 52-week high, but will it be able to break this barrier?
This dollar store has done well in a challenging economic environment, and it looks like it can get better.
Coca-Cola has dropped 6% in 2014, but this might be a blessing in disguise.
The first quarter was bad, but turnaround strategies suggest that Panera could improve. Is this an opportunity for investors?
Keurig Green Mountain shares soared after a solid quarterly report, but they can run higher in the future on the back of promising partnerships and new products.
Steven Madden's performance has been terrific so far, and the company could scale new heights due to its strategic moves.
Jabil has seen difficult times, but a comeback cannot be ruled out.
Pilgrim’s Pride is flying high this year due to cost savings and a strong distribution network, and the trend looks set to continue.
Panera is looking to turn the business around with some impressive strategies, but Chipotle and Starbucks are threats that can’t be ignored.
Choose wisely between these three beauty retailers with two distinct business models.
Bob Evans has lined up a number of cost-reduction strategies, but investors should stay away from the stock for the time being.
Crocs has been a disappointing investment for a while, and there seems to be no turnaround in sight.
American Eagle’s outlook isn’t bright right now, but will this change in the future?
The short term looks positive for Toyota, but can the same be said about the long run?
Solid international growth and expansion plans make this stock look hot.
With strong growth projections and an impressive dividend, Hormel looks like a good investment.
GM is under pressure from various angles and it might take some time before the company gets back on track.