Tag: Retail

S&P Retail ETF XRT chart shows market prediction path revised lower after disappointing reports on JC Penny and Macy's.

S&P Retail SPDR Market Prediction Path Moved Lower

30/10/2017

The S&P Retail ETF XRT was revised lower today on the Symmetrical Triangle breakdown. XRT broke down out of the Symmetrical Triangle pattern after J.C. Penny cut its 2017 earnings forecast on Friday, October 27, 2017. J.C. Penney cut its forecast for 2017 adjusted earnings to 2 cents to 8 cents per share from 40 Read More »

Amazon stock chart

I’m Hopelessly Addicted to Amazon Stock

28/09/2017

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High yield debt prediction chart

High Yield Debt Outperforms Prediction But Down From Here

24/09/2017

High yield debt outperformed its prediction surging higher instead of going sideways. That was awesome and really helped to lift markets but unfortunately the predicted path is down from here. I think at best we get a short move sideways and then we get a much larger drop in high yield debt that doesn’t end Read More »

S&P 500 Measures Concentration of Wealth More than Economic Growth

22/06/2017

Monopolies are sucking up everything in their vortex as the concentration of wealth continues. Examples of monopolies are Amazon, Google, Apple, and Facebook. Amazon is destroying retail and it’s expanding into the food industry now. Amazon brings in automation technologies which will keep adding pressure on other low wage sectors. When Amazon announced the buyout Read More »

Fundamentals Driving the Crude Oil Price Chart

15/06/2017

Oversupply is what is driving the crude oil price chart lower. In an article from Reuters (link above), it states that oil has hit a 6 month low on rising supply and slowing demand. Crude Oil Price Chart Last year I put the fair market value of oil in the mid to high 30’s. My Read More »

The Container Store Beats on Earnings and Revenue

23/05/2017

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Buckingham Reiterates Wayfair With a Buy Rating

2/05/2017

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How the Retail Collapse Is Spreading Outward Through Bankruptcy

2/04/2017

The retail collapse is spreading outward through the bankruptcy auction process. Retailers are attending bankruptcy auctions and are buying up assets at bargain prices. The problem is that they are buying assets by borrowing at low interest rates and going further into debt. As the US consumer spends less at retail stores because of rising Read More »

Insider Buying In Spark Energy

28/11/2016

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Stocks With Bullish Money Flow 11-22-16

22/11/2016

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Terrifying US Pension Fund Charts

28/09/2016

Pension funds in the US could be close to a collapse. There is an estimated $1.9 trillion shortfall in U.S. state and local pension funds because of low-interest rates and a sideways US stock market. Even stocks falling overseas is a problem for pension funds. Credit Suisse published the chilling chart below on the funding Read More »

Mainstream Media Hyping Gasoline Savings Again

15/08/2016

I just can’t get behind the idea that consumers are saving so much money at the pump that it’s going to be a boom for consumer spending. Savings at the pump boosting consumer spending is the same claim that the mainstream financial media has made for the last two years. The Wall Street Journal writesopens Read More »