The Day Ahead: Subliminal Messages From the Retail Garden
The week has worn on my psyche, for some odd reason. If I were a stock, you would probably want to short Soz, Inc. into the weekend. Assorted notepads are strewn about the office, a majority with colored arrows branching from a center circle labeled "Da Fed." Others consist of musings on individual companies -- you know, those pesky breathing organisms that, on an earnings call, neglect to mention the Federal Reserve exists. I can already see what this weekend will hold: Yet another couple of days spent in self-hibernation, trying to decode the world.
Nonetheless, give me your hand and let's walk together to the garden that is the retail sector. We received a bunch of developments Wednesday evening from specialty-apparel retailers, and these will either go reported as being very good or very bad. Don't stay on the surface here, friends; retailers are sending the investing masses subliminal messages (or they are to me, anyway) in front of the back-to-school and holiday-selling seasons....586 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.
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