Even After a Big Decline, Dillard's Continues to Search for a Bottom

Little Rock, Ark.-based Dillard's  (DDS) continues to search for a bottom without much success. Dillard's only has stores in about half of the 50 states and I've only stepped foot in one in Topeka, Kan. a number of years ago. I am not a retail analyst but I left that one visit to Dillard's disappointed. Long before the internet and Amazon (AMZN) changed traditional retail shopping I got the sense that Dillard's had problems.

Looking at the updated charts of DDS this morning I get the same feeling. The stock made a long climb from its late 2008/early 2009 nadir to its 2015 zenith but in two years it has lost more than half its value and a bottom has not been reached. The price action is disappointing....234 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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