Dillard's Q2 earnings report was far worse than that of Macy's, but Dillard's stock has held up relatively well -- so far.
News & Analysis: Dillard's
Dillard's owns a lot of real estate -- but that won't keep its stock afloat if the retailer's profitability continues to deteriorate.
Profitability has been sinking at the regional department store chain, and Dillard's stock is surprisingly expensive to boot.
Disappointing results and other bad news kept these stocks out of the rally.
The enigmatic department store chain suffered a sharp gross margin decline last quarter.
Shares of the department-store chain jumped on strong earnings growth in the key holiday quarter.
Stronger-than-expected comp sales growth and a short squeeze sent Dillard's stock flying higher on Tuesday.
Markets were mixed, but these stocks weren't.
But one is much more likely to make a comeback.
Economic concerns weighed on poor-performing stocks.