|Last Update: 05/17/13 - 4:04 PM EDT|
|YTD Performance: 9.84%|
|Previous Close: $91.05|
|52 Week Range: $60.76 - $92.95|
|Oustanding Shares: 47,295,946|
|Market Cap: 3,878,379,366|
|Qtr (07/13)||Qtr (10/13)||FY (01/14)||FY (01/15)|
|Number of Analysts||1||1||1||1|
|Growth Rate (Year over Year)||28.57%||5.21%||17.09%||11.49%|
Low-quality assets can sometimes be safer than those of high quality.
The ugly action will carry the retailer lower in the near term.
DDS was upgraded from Neutral to Outperform, Credit Suisse said. $95 price target. Company is prepared for a shift in retail spending.
Shares of DDS now seen reaching $75, according to Credit Suisse. Estimates also upped, given higher customer demand. Neutral rating.
These stocks don't seem to care about the gyrations of overheated algorithms and fearful shareholders.
On this low-key day for the market, ask yourself whether these data warrant any warm, fuzzy feelings.
Upside-down action could mark an early warning signal for the retail group.
A successful test of support would give us good reason to get in.
Shares of DDS now seen reaching $59, according to Credit Suisse. Estimates also upped. Fashion, accessories and beauty sales are driving growth. Neutral rating.
Let's learn from a past setup in this name -- and spin those lessons into future gains.