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  1. Stock Analysis

    Heelys Rolls Off Course

    Heelys saw a 78% drop in sales versus Q4 last year. The wheeled shoe fad is over, and Heelys has nowhere to go and nothing to sell.
  2. Stock Analysis

    Zale Is No Gem

    Zale Corporation beat expectations and seems to be on a roll, but a closer look reveals the turnaround is a mirage.
  3. Stock Analysis

    The Gap Closing On The Competition

    The Gap is no longer the ugly duckling of retail fashion. Its comps finally compare and margins have improved.
  4. Stock Analysis

    Abercrombie & Fitch Goes Conservative For Spring

    The trendy retailer issued conservative guidance for first-half 2008. Downbeat is a smart play with consumer spending waning.
  5. Stock Analysis

    Schering-Plough's Smoke Screen (SGP)

    CEO Fred Hassan will buy $2 million of company stock after Q4 earnings are released. Should investors follow, or is this a diversion?
  6. Stock Analysis

    Schultz Returns To Captain Starbucks (SBUX)

    Starbucks is bringing back its former chief exec Howard Schultz as CEO. Will he prove to be a solution or will he sink the ship?
  7. Stock Analysis

    Ackman Stays On Target (TGT)

    Bill Ackman's hedge fund, Pershing Square, upped its stake in Target. We examine what the market may have missed.
  8. Stock Analysis

    Debt Collectors Love The Sound Of Credit Crunching

    Collections companies could be in for a profitable 2008. We examine two (AACC, PRAA)with upside potential.
  9. Stock Analysis

    Grading The Credit Bureaus (EFX)

    Credit reporting agencies like Equifax make money by rating financial history. We examine if itself Equifax is worthy of investment.
  10. Stock Analysis

    Garmin Stumbles, TomTom Grabs Lead (GRMN)

    GPS maker Garmin gave up its bid for Tele Atlas. It's losing market share, and the stock has plenty of downside left.
  11. Stock Analysis

    Toll Brothers Finally Nearing A Bottom? (TOL)

    Toll Brothers released its Q4 earnings and they were bad, but there were also some good points. Is it worth a second look?
  12. Stock Analysis

    Zander's Exit Leaves Icahn Free To Pull The Strings (MOT)

    CEO Ed Zander's departure gives Motorola a fresh perspective and may clear the way for a little shareholder activism, too.
  13. Stock Analysis

    AMD Could Be A Bargain (AMD)

    At under $10 a share and with Mubadala Development Company's interest, AMD might be worth a second look.
  14. Stock Analysis

    Citigroup's Cash Infusion Should Pay Off (C)

    The Abu Dhabi Investment Authority is banking on Citigroup's future. Its investment is good news for shareholders.
  15. Stock Analysis

    No Foam In This Beer (BUD)

    Anheuser-Busch is branching into new products and ramping up advertising. The stock is worth a second look.
  16. Stock Analysis

    E-Trade Attracting Lawyers And Other Scavengers (ETFC)

    E-trade could be on the auction block. But with the lawyers circling, who would want to buy?
  17. Stock Analysis

    Four Lessons Learned From The Citigroup Debacle (C)

    Among the lessons gleaned from Citigroup's recent trouble: beware of false bottoms, and big-name CEOs don't always equal big returns.
  18. Stock Analysis

    Will Wendy's Hold Out For A Better Suitor? (TRY, WEN)

    Investment company Triarc finally made a bid for Wendy's, but reports suggest that it came in lower than expected.
  19. Stock Analysis

    Trex Could Be Nearing A Bottom (TWP)

    The deck-maker's Q3 earnings came in at a massive loss and the stock got hammered. Is there an opportunity in the making?
  20. Stock Analysis

    Five Big Names Going Green (HPQ, PCG, C)

    We examine companies that have made eco-friendly strides in recent years while maintaining shareholder value.
  21. Stock Analysis

    Three Sinful Stocks That'll Fill Your Wallet (MO, HOG, GT)

    These companies might get the green thumbs down, but they could still be long-term winners.
  22. Stock Analysis

    Decoding Office Depot's Q3 Delay (ODP)

    Office Depot shredded plans to release its third-quarter results. Look for shares to trade lower, much lower.
  23. Stock Analysis

    Learning From The Market's Mistakes

    We examine how the crash of 1987 and the recent subprime meltdown serve as important learning experiences for investors.
  24. Stock Analysis

    Dollar Tree's CFO Departure A Bad Omen? (DLTR)

    With a top executive jumping ship, investors should look very carefully at Dollar Tree's prospects.
  25. Stock Analysis

    Safeway A Safe Play (SWY)

    Safeway is coming off a solid third quarter, and management has provided an encouraging outlook for the remainder of the year.
  26. Stock Analysis

    Carnival: Overweight And Loving It (CCL)

    Carnival Cruise Line's stock was upgraded to 'overwight' by a Lehman Brothers analyst. The shares could be headed higher.
  27. Stock Analysis

    Ackman Antes Up For Sears (SHLD)

    Activist firm Pershing Square, headed by William Ackman, bought a stake in Sears. Learn what this move could mean to investors.
  28. Stock Analysis

    What's Wrong With Rite Aid? (RAD)

    With boomers providing a surge in perscription spending, drugstore Rite Aid should be soaring. Instead, it's just scraping by.
  29. Stock Analysis

    CMGI's Reverse Split Could Backfire (CMGI)

    CMGI is planning a 1-for-10 reverse split. This move could turn off small investors and fail to impress institutional investors.
  30. Stock Analysis

    Sun Microsystems' Reverse Split Could Be Painful (JAVA)

    The company announced plans to do a 1-for-4 reverse stock split. Is this a wise maneuver?
  31. Stock Analysis

    Is The Market Truly Overvalued?

    Many investors think the market is still overvalued, but is there more to the story?
  32. Stock Analysis

    Burger King Feasting On The 'Fourth Meal' (BKC)

    Three meals a day? Bah! Burger King has found that if you're open, they will eat.
  33. Stock Analysis

    Foot Locker's Q2 A Mild Surprise (FL)

    The footwear retailer reported a slightly better-than-expected second quarter, but the company still miles to go.
  34. Stock Analysis

    Smiles Fading At Toll Brothers (TOL)

    The home builder's third quarter earnings tell a troubling tale - so, where is the stock headed now?
  35. Stock Analysis

    Cracking The Credit Crunch

    Lowering the Fed Funds rate and decreasing capital gains tax are two of many things that must happen to solve the liquidity crisis.
  36. Stock Analysis

    The Tip Of The Mortgage Crisis Iceberg (CFC)

    Mortgage company Countrywide recently reported a slew of difficulties. Things don't bode well for bottom-tier mortgage players.
  37. Stock Analysis

    Insiders Bail On Crocs (CROX)

    Crocs has had a good run, but insiders are beginning to sell - investors should pay attention.
  38. Stock Analysis

    Time To Go Long On Longs (LDG)

    Longs Drug Stores recently released decent July comps, and it expects double-digit bottom line growth in the coming year.
  39. Stock Analysis

    Four Reasons Behind The Starbucks Stall (SBUX)

    Starbucks is coming off a solid third quarter, but its stock has stalled. Read on to find out why.
  40. Stock Analysis

    Closing The Gap (GPS)

    Gap recently announced its new CEO. Can he bring this company back up alongside its competitors?
  41. Stock Analysis

    A Bumpy Ride To Hog Heaven (HOG)

    Harley Davidson narrowly beat Q2 estimates, but softening U.S. sales indicate that trouble may be just around the corner.
  42. Stock Analysis

    The iPhone Has Hit The Shelves -- Now What? (AAPL)

    Apple's iPhone has finally reached its much anticipated launch. But what's next for Apple investors?
  43. Stock Analysis

    Build-A-Bear Mauled (BBW)

    The plush-toy seller offered weak earnings guidance for the remainder of 2007, and things could be getting worse.
  44. Stock Analysis

    Blockbuster-Netflix War Heats Up (BBI, NFLX)

    Blockbuster unveiled two new mail-order rental plans, how will Netflix respond?
  45. Stock Analysis

    Jamba Juiced (JMBA)

    Up-and-comer Jamba Juice had a solid first quarter and could be an interesting long-term play.
  46. Stock Analysis

    Turning The Rumor Mill (DELL, TRMP, NFLX, MRK)

    A roundup of the week's popular news stories and market rumors.
  47. Stock Analysis

    Prudential Drops Equity Research (PRU)

    The cut will cost 420 people their jobs, but it could be a good move for the company overall.
  48. Stock Analysis

    Wal-Mart Scaling Back Growth (WMT)

    Wal-Mart announced plans to reduce the number of supercenters it will open this year.
  49. Stock Analysis

    Playboy Still Sexy After 50 (PLA)

    Playboy's Q1 earnings were solid, and the company continues to expand its licensing deals.
  50. Stock Analysis

    A Limited Short-Term Outlook (LTD)

    Victoria's Secret parent, LTD, has a solid long-term future, but faces many problems right now.
  51. Stock Analysis

    Skechers A Takeover Candidate? (SKX)

    Private equity firm KKR is rumored to be interested in Sketchers, but don't believe everything you hear.
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