Retail stocks have taken a beating in recent years, but they now look positioned for a rebound.
Despite growth in e-commerce, traditional retailers are still kicking, creating bargain opportunities for value-investors.
J. C. Penney reports earnings with an elevated P/E ratio of 52.63, but the stock is recovering as a successful "option on survival."
Here are retail giant Macy's top three individual shareholders.
Macy's stock has built a three-month basing pattern and could eject higher following this week's earnings report.
Macy's reports Tuesday as a weakened mall anchor that may be too cheap to ignore, with a P/E ratio of 11.78 and a dividend yield of 5.65%.
Cowen estimates that 30 percent of Amazon’s 60 million U.S. Prime members pay monthly for the service.
Iconic mall anchor Macy's stock is cheap, with a P/E ratio of 10.83 and a dividend yield of 5.87%.
Retail and energy are among the sectors to sell short in this bull market.
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