DLTR - Dollar Tree, Inc.

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  • 3 Earnings Reports to Watch Next Week
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    3 Earnings Reports to Watch Next Week

    Editor's note: InvestorPlace's Earnings Reports to Watch is updated weekly. Please check back next week for our latest earnings picks.The earnings calendar starts getting lighter next week. And looking backward, earnings reports look like much ado about nothing, or something close to it.Indeed, the S&P 500, going back to July 15th, when earnings season began, is down about 3%. The external factors buffeting the market -- lower Treasury yields, trade war concerns, fears of a recession -- seem to have outweighed what looks like a reasonably strong earnings season.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsThe fear, then, would be what comes once corporate earnings can't move the market higher. Of course, that same fear held after first quarter earnings reports came through -- and stocks generally moved higher amid broadly similar fears.In the meantime, the earnings calendar isn't exactly empty. Indeed, next week, there are a few reports in key sectors that investors of all stripes should keep an eye on. * 7 Retail Stocks to Buy on the Dip Two high-flying software plays might test valuation concerns in that sector. A pair of retailers will try and follow strong results from Walmart (NYSE:WMT) and Target (NYSE:TGT) that assuaged fears about the U.S. consumer. And two leaders in the consumer packaged goods space will try and keep momentum going. Earnings season might be nearing an end -- but that doesn't mean investors can take their eye off the ball. Dollar General (DG)Source: Jonathan Weiss / Shutterstock.com Earnings Report Date: Thursday, August 29, before market openFiscal second-quarter earnings for Dollar General (NYSE:DG) will be interesting and important for two core reasons. First, the U.S. economy seems overly reliant on consumer spending at this point. Tariffs -- and perhaps other factors -- have led to weaker-than-expected business investment. It's the consumer that is driving U.S. economic growth.The worry is that consumer strength can't last forever. But, at least for now, any near-term worries seem dispelled by strong numbers from Walmart and Target. With Dollar General and rival Dollar Tree (NASDAQ:DLTR) reporting on Thursday morning, we'll see if that's still true on the low to middle end of the spectrum.There's a second factor at play for DG stock in particular. Dollar General stock has gained almost 30% so far this year. As a relatively defensive play, it's benefited from those recession worries.Does that hold after earnings? If it does, perhaps there's more room to run for not only DG, but consumer staples stocks like Procter & Gamble (NYSE:PG) and Colgate-Palmolive (NYSE:CL).A weak report from Dollar General can amplify concerns about consumer spending, particularly if it's matched by Dollar Tree. A weak response to a strong report, however, can raise concerns about valuations for supposedly 'safe' stocks amid plunging bond yields. All told, Dollar General earnings should be watched by investors across the spectrum, not just those invested in DG or even retail more broadly. Workday (WDAY)Source: Shutterstock Earnings Report Date: Thursday, August 29, after market closeOne of the key questions in this market is: for how long can software stocks like Workday (NASDAQ:WDAY) keep moving higher? No less an authority than Barron's asked that question last month, wondering if software stocks finally were forming what looked like a bubble.Indeed, the outlet specifically called out WDAY stock, noting that Workday had a market capitalization near $50 billion (at the time) while remaining unprofitable. And -- coincidentally or not -- WDAY stock has pulled back since. * 10 Marijuana Stocks That Could See 100% Gains, If Not More And so results from Workday on Thursday afternoon and fellow high-flyer Veeva Systems (NYSE:VEEV) on Tuesday look important. In both cases, what's of interest might not be the actual numbers, but the market's response to those numbers. Investors long have wondered if valuation concerns will ever hit the market's fastest-growing stocks. As two of those stocks, VEEV and WDAY might give an answer next week. Campbell Soup (CPB)Source: HeinzTeh / Shutterstock.com Earnings Report Date: Friday, August 30, before market openFiscal fourth quarter earnings for Campbell Soup (NYSE:CPB) look absolutely critical for CPB stock. Ahead of the report, CPB shares have hit a 52-week high. Many consumer packaged goods stock, which looked left for dead a year ago, have rallied, despite weakness at key names like Kraft Heinz (NASDAQ:KHC). Fiscal 2020 guidance will be delivered for the first time -- and closely watched.With CPG peer J.M. Smucker (NYSE:SJM) also reporting, earnings reports next week will be an intriguing gauge for the health of the industry. At a time when investors are looking desperately for yield, U.S. CPG stocks can be attractive targets. But they won't be unless worries about private-label competition and shifting consumer tastes can be assuaged.Both Campbell Soup and J.M. Smucker can ease investor fears next week. But given broad secular fears, if the two companies stumble, the narrative toward the entire sector could take a hit.As of this writing, Vince Martin has no positions in any securities mentioned. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 7 Retail Stocks to Buy on the Dip * 7 Marijuana Stocks With Critical Levels to Watch * 7 Internet of Things Stocks to Buy Now The post 3 Earnings Reports to Watch Next Week appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • Wall Street Weekahead: Investors look at dollar stores as U.S. recession fears increase
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    Wall Street Weekahead: Investors look at dollar stores as U.S. recession fears increase

    More investors are watching the shares of discount retailers like Dollar General Corp and Dollar Tree Inc , which perform better during economic downturns, in the hopes of gauging changes in consumer behavior, though higher tariffs may erode the companies' ability to act as economic bellwethers. Fund managers and analysts say that they are looking for signs of a so-called "trade-down trade", in which consumers forgo shopping at higher-end department stores or supermarkets in favor of the more limited selection but lower prices at deep discounters. Between December 2008 and December 2011, for instance, shares of Dollar Tree soared nearly 200% as consumers pinched pennies during the Great Recession, while the benchmark S&P 500 gained just 39% over the same time.

  • Dollar Tree (DLTR) Expected to Beat Earnings Estimates: Should You Buy?
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    Dollar Tree (DLTR) Expected to Beat Earnings Estimates: Should You Buy?

    Dollar Tree (DLTR) possesses the right combination of the two key ingredients for a likely earnings beat in its upcoming report. Get prepared with the key expectations.

  • Barrons.com

    Why a $4.9 Billion Fund Is Betting on Berkshire Hathaway, Dollar Tree, and Quest Diagnostics

    The FMI Large Cap fund doesn’t flee into cash when it sees a bear market on the way. Instead, it buckles down on its value investing philosophy and a concentrated set of stock picks.

  • Costco (COST) Stellar Comps Aiding Stock's Run on Bourses
    Zacks

    Costco (COST) Stellar Comps Aiding Stock's Run on Bourses

    Costco (COST) looks quite disciplined in its approach of tackling prevailing headwinds in the retail landscape. Stellar comps trend is shaping stock's bullish run on the bourses.

  • Can Dollar Tree (DLTR) Q2 Earnings Beat Despite Soft Margins?
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    Can Dollar Tree (DLTR) Q2 Earnings Beat Despite Soft Margins?

    Dollar Tree (DLTR) is likely to witness continued softness in second-quarter fiscal 2019, owing to soft margins stemming from higher costs. This also leads to soft outlook for fiscal 2019.

  • Is Walmart Stock A Good Buy Right Now? Here's What Earnings, Charts Say
    Investor's Business Daily

    Is Walmart Stock A Good Buy Right Now? Here's What Earnings, Charts Say

    Walmart is a retail titan taking the fight to Amazon. But earnings growth is tepid. The stock is hitting new highs, but is it a good buy?

  • China Sticking to September U.S. Trade Talks After Tariff Delay
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    China Sticking to September U.S. Trade Talks After Tariff Delay

    (Bloomberg) -- Terms of Trade is a daily newsletter that untangles a world embroiled in trade wars. Sign up here. Chinese officials are sticking to their plan to visit Washington in September for face-to-face trade meetings, people familiar with the matter said, signaling that talks remain on track for now despite an abrupt escalation in tariff threats this month.The U.S. on Tuesday delayed the imposition of some new tariffs after top negotiators spoke on the phone, with President Donald Trump saying the encounter was “very productive,” and that he thinks Beijing wants to “do something dramatic” to end the impasse.That said, Chinese negotiators are not very optimistic of any imminent progress, one of the people said. Officials are unlikely to make concessions in the run up to October 1, the celebration of the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic, the person said.S&P 500 futures erased their losses, the yen pared gains and the yuan rose slightly on the news. The Ministry of Commerce did not immediately respond to a request for comment.Tensions between the world’s two biggest economies rose significantly this month after Trump said he would tariff another $300 billion of Chinese goods, prompting Beijing to halt U.S. agricultural purchases and allow the yuan to weaken. The escalation brought into question whether talks planned for September would still go ahead, with Trump saying it’s "fine" if they don’t.Though Trump has often denied his tariffs have any impact on consumer prices and insists their cost is being borne by China, he also said the delay had been made “so it won’t be relevant to the Christmas shopping season.”Prospects for genuine progress in trade talks are low, especially as Chinese President Xi Jinping tackles weeks-long protests in Hong Kong that his government blames the U.S. for instigating.Whether or not the talks actually take place also depends on developments between now and then, according to one of the people. The next call between the negotiating teams will be in two weeks.Trump’s move to delay some tariffs involved the splitting of an almost $300 billion list of products from China into two separate ones. Lots of agricultural products, antiques, clothes, kitchenware and footwear remained on the list to be hit Sept. 1 -- with a total value of more than $110 billion, according to a Bloomberg News analysis of last year’s import figures.But big-ticket categories such as smart-phones, laptops, and children’s toys -- worth about $160 billion -- would only be subject to tariffs after Dec. 15, according to Tuesday’s announcement. Nearly $2 billion worth of products were removed from the combined lists including bibles and shipping containers.U.S. stocks surged on the news Tuesday. Apple Inc. spiked as much as 5.8% and Best Buy Co. climbed as much as 11% on optimism that the reprieve would boost electronics sales in the holiday season. Apparel retailers including Gap Inc. and L Brands Inc. rose, as did toymaker Hasbro Inc. and discount chain Dollar Tree Inc.The development was greeted in Beijing with some skepticism. Taoran Notes, a blog run by the state-run Economic Daily, wrote on Wednesday that the negotiators’ call was made on the invitation of the U.S., indicating that Trump is feeling the pressure of the tariffs.The call sends a “positive" signal, as it showed that the two sides are still in communication, and are willing to keep in touch, it said. But whether there will be progress or not depends on the U.S.’s actions, according to the blog."The outside world should have no illusion on China’s positions,” the blog said. "If the U.S. sticks to the maximum pressure tactic, then its goal won’t be reached even if additional tariffs are imposed on all Chinese goods.”To contact Bloomberg News staff for this story: Steven Yang in Beijing at kyang74@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Jeffrey Black at jblack25@bloomberg.net, ;John Liu at jliu42@bloomberg.net, Sharon ChenFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Trump Bows to Economic Fears in Move to Delay China Tariffs
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    Trump Bows to Economic Fears in Move to Delay China Tariffs

    (Bloomberg) -- Terms of Trade is a daily newsletter that untangles a world embroiled in trade wars. Sign up here. President Donald Trump bowed to pressure from U.S. businesses and concerns over the economic fallout of his trade war with China, delaying the imposition of new tariffs on a wide variety of consumer products including toys and laptops until December.Tuesday’s move to at least hit the pause button in his fight with China came as senior officials on both sides had their first phone conversation since Trump threatened the tariffs at the beginning of this month. It also cheered markets that had been growing increasingly concerned over the impact of trade tensions on a slowing global economy. U.S. stocks halted a two-day slide, and Asian equities climbed.Trump said the latest conversation with China had been “productive” and that “they would really like to make a deal.” Though he has often denied his tariffs have any impact on consumer prices and insists their cost is being borne by China, he also said the delay had been made “so it won’t be relevant to the Christmas shopping season.”The move announced Tuesday involved the splitting of an almost $300 billion list of products from China into two separate ones. Lots of agricultural products, antiques, clothes, kitchenware and footwear remained on the list to be hit Sept. 1 -- with a total value of more than $110 billion, according to a Bloomberg News analysis of last year’s import figures. But big-ticket categories such as smart-phones, laptops, and children’s toys -- worth about $160 billion -- would only be subject to tariffs after Dec. 15, according to Tuesday’s announcement. Nearly $2 billion worth of products were removed from the combined lists including bibles and shipping containers.The delay “is an incrementally positive sign,” Goldman Sachs Group Inc. chief economist Jan Hatzius wrote in an note. “It suggests that the disruption in financial markets over the last several days could have led to a softening of the White House position.”China’s commerce and foreign ministries didn’t immediately respond to faxes seeking comment. While markets applauded the splitting of the new tariffs, some businesses expressed frustration with the sudden turnaround and the fact that they were once again being left to make important business decisions on the fly because of the president’s trade policies.“It’s too late and it’s not enough,” said Peter Bragdon, chief administrative officer for the Columbia Sportswear Co. “There’s continued chaotic policy making and incoherence coming out of Washington that makes it very hard for businesses in the United States to plan.”Columbia still has products including footwear such as waterproof hiking boots that would be hit with a 10% tariff come next month. While only 10%-15% of Columbia’s products were made in China, production of specialized footwear was difficult to move, Bragdon said, and the company had already warned customers it would be forced to raise some of its prices.In some cases the splitting of the tariffs will make life more complicated for retailers and other businesses. Some categories of golf shoes, for example, will be subject to a 10% tariff Sept. 1 while others will not be targeted until Dec. 15. Apple Inc.’s iPhones will not face new import taxes until mid-December. But the popular wireless Airpods that go with them will be taxed in September.Stocks surged on the news Tuesday. Apple Inc. spiked as much as 5.8% and Best Buy Co. climbed as much as 11% on optimism that the reprieve would boost electronics sales in the holiday season. Apparel retailers including Gap Inc. and L Brands Inc. rose, as did toymaker Hasbro Inc. and discount chain Dollar Tree Inc.“What this means is that retailers will be able to get their shipments in without the 10% tariff, which is a sigh of relief,” said Poonam Goyal, a retail analyst at Bloomberg Intelligence. “It definitely saves the holiday season.”With the Sept. 1 deadline, there wasn’t time for retailers to speed up ordering for the holiday season because it often takes more than four weeks for inventory to come from China, Goyal said.About $250 billion of Chinese goods have already been hit by 25% duties.David French, a spokesman for the National Retail Federation, said the organization was pleased by the delay on certain consumer goods but expressed caution.“Continued uncertainty for U.S. businesses and consumers is a drag on the economy,” he said. “What we really need is an effective strategy to address China’s unfair trade practices by working with our allies instead of using unilateral tariffs that cost American jobs and hurt consumers.”Chinese Vice Premier Liu He talked with U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin by phone on Tuesday, Chinese and U.S. officials said. Another conference call is planned again in two weeks. It’s still unclear if an in-person meeting would take place sometime in September.But whether the two sides had made any progress was unclear and some analysts saw Tuesday’s move to delay some tariffs as a sign of Trump’s political vulnerabilities at home as much as an olive branch to China.“It shows the increasing chaos of the administration’s trade strategy toward China. And despite the president’s claims, it’s the clearest sign yet that Trump actually does understand that the tariffs are hurting American companies and consumers,” said Edward Alden, a trade expert at the Council on Foreign Relations. “It will also further weaken the already slim chances for any negotiating progress in September. Why would the Chinese make difficult decisions if they can wait out Trump and wait for him to fold when the stock market sags?”Scott Kennedy, a China expert at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, said there was still a danger of further escalation, especially around the tech sector. “But much of this is just keeping up appearances for a strategy that hasn’t succeeded,” he said. “That does not mean that the U.S. and China are likely to reach a trade deal, but rather that the relationship will be stuck in this purgatory for the remainder of the current administration.”What Our Economists Say“Speak to businesses and it’s the uncertainty -- not knowing if a tweet from President Donald Trump will break a crucial supply chain or block access to a market -- that’s weighing on investment and hiring decisions. A surprise delay to tariffs, and the creation of a new artificial deadline on Dec. 15, will do little to resolve it.”Tom Orlik, Bloomberg EconomicsClick here for the full note.The International Monetary Fund last month cited trade tensions as one of the biggest risks to the global economy as it downgraded its 2019 growth forecast, while Goldman Sachs has said there’s growing concerns that the trade war will trigger a U.S. recession. A Bloomberg News August survey of economists gave a 35% probability of a recession in the next 12 months, up from 31% previously.Trump’s Aug. 1 announcement about the new duties ended a tentative trade truce that he forged with Chinese President Xi Jinping at the end of June in Japan, just as the two sides were resuming negotiations. In the past week tensions have escalated further as the U.S. Treasury Department formally labeled China a currency manipulator.(Updates with Asia markets from second paragraph.)\--With assistance from Jonathan Roeder, Jordyn Holman, Joe Deaux, Justin Sink, Eddie Spence, Dominic Carey, Chris Middleton, Jeffrey Black and Jiyeun Lee.To contact the reporters on this story: Shawn Donnan in Washington at sdonnan@bloomberg.net;Jenny Leonard in Washington at jleonard67@bloomberg.net;Olivia Rockeman in New York at orockeman1@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Margaret Collins at mcollins45@bloomberg.net, ;Brendan Murray at brmurray@bloomberg.net, Sarah McGregor, Robert JamesonFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Pump Up Your Stock Profits With The Flat Base Breakout In Growth Stocks
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    Pump Up Your Stock Profits With The Flat Base Breakout In Growth Stocks

    In a computer-generated pattern recognition study going back to 1963, the flat base made up a third of bases among a large set of the best growth stocks.

  • TheStreet.com

    Jim Cramer: 2 Stocks to Own on a Slowdown

    OK that's my name for it, but how can you call it anything but when Olive Garden is so darned jammed? Dollar Tree, like its cousin Dollar General , has far less China exposure than one would believe and therefore is not subject to the margin squeeze everyone keeps fretting about come September 1. If China truly shuts down all American agriculture, how could the cost of goods sold from foodstuff do anything but go down.

  • Dollar Tree Shares Could Shed More Value in the Weeks Ahead
    TheStreet.com

    Dollar Tree Shares Could Shed More Value in the Weeks Ahead

    Sellers have been more aggressive the past few months when trading the stock of the discount retailer.

  • Global Net Lease Inc (GNL) Q2 2019 Earnings Call Transcript
    Motley Fool

    Global Net Lease Inc (GNL) Q2 2019 Earnings Call Transcript

    GNL earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2019.

  • Will Tariffs Impact Dollar Tree? Deutsche Bank Thinks So
    Market Realist

    Will Tariffs Impact Dollar Tree? Deutsche Bank Thinks So

    Deutsche Bank downgraded Dollar Tree stock to a “hold” from a “buy” yesterday. It believes the newly announced tariffs will negatively affect the retailer.

  • This is why large retailers like Amazon, Walmart & Costco won’t be as impacted by fresh tariffs
    MarketWatch

    This is why large retailers like Amazon, Walmart & Costco won’t be as impacted by fresh tariffs

    Moody’s says large retailers have some cushion from the coming fresh round of tariffs thanks to a number of factors.

  • Barrons.com

    Dollar Tree Stock Could Soon Take a Hit in the Trade War, Analyst Says

    A Deutche Bank analyst expects the September round of tariffs to hit the discount retailers supply chain, and observes lingering problems from the Family Dollar acquisition.

  • Investing.com

    Stocks - Tyson, Fox Rise Premarket; Uber, Dollar Tree Fall

    Investing.com - Stocks in focus in premarket trading on Monday:

  • 7 Recession-Proof Stocks to Buy as the Boom Ends
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    7 Recession-Proof Stocks to Buy as the Boom Ends

    [Editor's note: This story was previously published in April 2019. It has since been updated and republished.]If you've been worrying about whether the boom already is over or when it will end, it might be time to start looking for some recession-proof stocks to buy to get you through the lean times. Even if you don't believe those times are not here yet, they very well soon could be.Consider this: The March 2009 low of the S&P 500 occurred more than ten years ago. Since 1945, the average economic expansion has lasted just under five years. This factor in itself should indicate the economy is currently in the late stages of the current economic expansion.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips * 7 A-Rated Stocks Under $10 For this reason, investors should have a plan in place to invest in defensive stocks. While such a shift will likely bring the S&P 500 down, some investors become wealthier in such conditions.Contrary to popular belief, some stocks move higher during economic downturns as changing consumer habits create opportunity. These seven companies should prosper in such times. Source: Shutterstock Costco Wholesale (COST)Costco (NASDAQ:COST) offers much to consumers during hard economic times. With the need to save money, people will dine in more. They will often buy in bulk and will still prefer high-quality goods. All of these factors work in Costco's favor.Moreover, while other retailers have struggled, Costco's growth continues. Same-store sales increased by 5.5% during the fiscal third quarter of 2019. However, this number matters little to the bottom line. Due to its pricing, nearly all of Costco's profit comes from its memberships. Membership renewal rates have held at around 90% despite 2018's membership price increase.Further, with new locations opening and expansion into China underway, membership increases will continue.In 2017, the sentiment that Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) would take over retail hit Costco and other retailers hard. However Costco had a pretty good 2018 and the stock has seen steady growth. Source: Baron Valium via Flickr Walt Disney (DIS)With millions facing unemployment or underemployment during downturns, people find themselves with more free time. This creates an opportunity for Disney (NYSE:DIS) to serve as one of the downturn stocks to buy as they provide low-cost entertainment.Many regard its content library as the best available. This coincides well with the coming launch of Disney's streaming service. Disney is offering a lower price than its peer Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX). While many customers will get both services, those focused on access to the best content library at the lowest price will choose Disney. * Missing copy for url 1. Please edit. * Url 1 is an external link. Please edit.This along with ESPN, Marvel, Lucasfilm, the theme parks and Disney's other ventures continue to drive Disney's profits higher.With the affordable entertainment Disney will offer, the profit growth for DIS stock should remain robust regardless of how well the economy performs. Source: Mike Mozart via Flickr Dollar Tree (DLTR)Of all recession-proof stocks to buy, perhaps none define the category better than Dollar Tree (NASDAQ:DLTR). As an extreme discounter, the store holds a continuous appeal to lower-income consumers and for those who want to keep spending to a minimum. During a downturn, this draw also attracts those who would regularly shop at higher-end stores during better times.However, even during these better times, DLTR stock has enjoyed average growth at about 16% per year over the last five years. Analysts believe growth will be about 7.5% per year on average for the next five years. This growth will help it to compete with peers such as Dollar General (NYSE:DG) and Big Lots (NYSE:BIG).Now could be a great time to buy DLTR stock, whether a downturn comes tomorrow or two years from now. Both a downturn and its predicted growth could serve as catalysts to push the stock back to its high and perhaps beyond.The company operates over 14,800 stores in 48 states and five Canadian provinces. At a market cap of only $24 billion, Dollar Tree stands as a large company that will enjoy steady growth in the years ahead regardless of how the overall economy performs. Source: Shutterstock Spirit Airlines (SAVE)Even during this booming economy, ultra-low-fare carrier Spirit Airlines (NASDAQ:SAVE) has become the fastest-growing U.S. airline.Though airlines do not normally appear on lists of downturn stocks to buy, SAVE stock could buck that trend. For one, cash-strapped customers who might have flown a different airline when they felt wealthier, will turn to Spirit more often.Moreover, higher-end airlines would have to cut back service in more crowded airports. This could serve as an opportunity to take more market share at airports with little room to expand. * 7 A-Rated Stocks Under $10 The airline also continues its expansion in South America and has yet to tap the Canadian market. They are also looking at adding regional jet types to their fleet. They fly only certain types of Airbus aircraft currently. Adding a regional jet would allow them to expand to smaller domestic markets presently overlooked by discount carriers.Despite a temporary growth setback in 2017 from having to pay pilots more, analysts expect the fast growth pace to resume. The stock trades at a forward P/E of only about seven.Most expect Spirit to see the one of highest growth rates in the sector. With the ultra-low fares, high growth and the potential to expand, Spirit can prosper in almost any economic environment. Source: Drew Stephens via Flickr Molson Coors (TAP)Molson Coors (NYSE:TAP) and its peers have faced challenges as consumers increasingly turn to craft beers. Others have turned to wine and spirits, or away from alcohol altogether.During the last recession, consumption of mainstream beers fell as consumers turned to craft beers. The company saw the writing on the wall. They set out to acquire multiple craft breweries in various regions of the country.Some, such as Blue Moon and Leinenkugel, sell nationally. Other brands, such as Hop Valley or Revolver, come closer to the "microbrewery" concept, selling only in select regions of the country. This leaves Molson Coors with a wide variety of products to sell to both the low-end consumers and those who want to enjoy a "luxury" craft brew as they drown their sorrows during a downturn.The trend toward cannabis legalization could also benefit TAP stock. Spirits producer Constellation (NYSE:STZ) bought a stake in Canadian weed company Canopy Growth (NYSE:CGC) last year. The Molson Coors deal with cannabis company Hexo could also bolster revenue and earnings, which would help TAP to prosper as one of the better downturn stocks to buy.The stock trades at a forward P/E of 12. TAP stock saw minimal profit growth over the previous five years. Still, analysts predict profit growth will come in at almost 7.7% per year on average for the next five years. A move into cannabis would likely increase that estimate. Whatever happens with the economy, investors will have what they need to relieve the pain available on TAP. Source: MayApps207 via WikiMedia Teladoc (TDOC)Healthcare equities tend to function well as recession-proof stocks to buy. Even in a booming economy, the rising cost of healthcare has served as a source of worry for many Americans. However, Teladoc (NYSE:TDOC) appears ready to cut the cost of doctor visits.For $40, patients can receive a virtual visit from a doctor at any time via their PC or smartphone. This allows for treatment solutions at a lower cost without the wait.Analysts estimate over 400 million doctor visits per year, about one-third of the total, could take place on such a platform. Teladoc holds well over 50% of the market share in telehealth. * 5 Safe Stocks to Buy This Summer The growth potential remains enormous regardless of how the economy performs. However, unemployed workers often drop health insurance during downturns. Thus, TDOC could provide quick, life-saving treatments to those who might not otherwise be able to afford a doctor.The company has invested heavily in improving diagnostics and taking this service outside the U.S. As a result, it has spent heavily, and profitability will not come in the foreseeable future. Also, with TDOC trading at more than nine times sales, it has become an expensive stock.However, revenue has nearly doubled every year since 2013. With a majority of the market share, a $4.86 billion market cap and more than 99% of the potential market left to be addressed, TDOC stock should rise regardless of what happens to the economy. Source: Via T-Mobile T-Mobile (TMUS)T-Mobile (NASDAQ:TMUS) and its peers are spending tens of billions of dollars over the next few years to upgrade to 5G technology. 5G promises to revolutionize the wireless industry and perhaps the tech industry as a whole.Tests indicate it will bring speeds between 10 and 60 times faster than 4G. This will improve wireless connectivity and bring the world apps and functions not possible in the 4G realm. One such application is connectivity to Internet of Things (IoT) devices. Others have yet to be imagined.However, this places pressure upon T-Mobile, as well as AT&T (NYSE:T) and Verizon (NYSE:VZ), to complete the 5G upgrade to stay relevant in the wireless business. Thus, the move to 5G will continue regardless of how the economy performs. Moreover, people must communicate in good times and in bad. This need will help T-Mobile and its peers as downturn stocks to buy.Also following its merger with Sprint (NYSE:S), T-Mobile will see a broader customer base and only two direct competitors in the U.S. With or without Sprint, and with or without a booming economy, T-Mobile and TMUS stock will move ahead at full speed.As of this writing, Will Healy was long TDOC stock. You can follow Will on Twitter at @HealyWriting. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 7 A-Rated Stocks Under $10 * 8 Monthly Dividend Stocks to Buy for Consistent Income * 7 Disruptive Biotech Stocks to Buy for 2025 The post 7 Recession-Proof Stocks to Buy as the Boom Ends appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • Benzinga

    Cramer Weighs In On AbbVie, Six Flags And More

    On CNBC's "Mad Money Lightning Round," Jim Cramer said he would buy Agnico Eagle Mines Ltd (NYSE: AEM ), instead of Newmont Goldcorp Corp (NYSE: NEM ). Cramer would buy Dollar Tree, Inc. (NASDAQ: ...

  • Dollar Tree Is Weakening but Where It Finds Support Is Important
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    Dollar Tree Is Weakening but Where It Finds Support Is Important

    During Jim Cramer's Mad Money Lightning Round Monday night he had this to say to one caller about Dollar Tree : "I'd buy some Dollar Tree." Let's check out the charts and indicators to see where to go long DLTR and what to risk before jumping in. In this daily bar chart of DLTR, below, we can see an uptrend but with signs of weakness. Trading volume does not show me a clear pattern but the daily On-Balance-Volume (OBV) line shows a slightly lower peak in June/July than at the end of April.

  • Why Wells Fargo Downgraded Dollar General Stock
    Market Realist

    Why Wells Fargo Downgraded Dollar General Stock

    Wells Fargo downgraded Dollar General (DG) stock to “market perform” from “outperform” on July 25. It remains positive about the company’s prospects.

  • The Different Faces of Dollar General
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    The Different Faces of Dollar General

    Dollar General (NYSE:DG) stores are not all the same.They look the same on the outside and, to some extent on the inside. But if you look closely, they're all different.Many small towns have a Dollar General because they're just too small to support a Walmart (NYSE:WMT) or even a standard grocery store. Some Dollar Generals sell high-end booze and cigarettes. Others are food deserts, with just frozen food and ready-to-eat snacks, surrounded by miles of poverty.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips * 7 Defense Stocks to Buy to Fortify Your Portfolio This is how Dollar General sawed off the challenge of Dollar Tree (NASDAQ:DLTR) after that company bought Family Dollar in 2015. Since then, Family Dollar has been closing hundreds of outlets, whose one-size-fits-all stocking can't compete. Over the last two years Dollar General's stock gain of 91.5% has nearly doubled the 52% gain of its rival, even though the Dollar Tree chain itself caters to upper-income shoppers. The Secret of Dollar GeneralMost reporters who covered the "dollar store war" early in this decade missed the point, because most finance reporters seldom leave their desks.It was the differences among individual Dollar General stores that let DG win the war. Neighborhoods that liked pork rinds got pork rinds. Small towns where some people made more money got higher-end merchandise. One size does not fit all.Editorial prejudice still prevents reporters from seeing it. Dollar stores are still covered as though they're all one thing.Dollar General stores can thrive in towns under 20,000, where people are making under $40,000 per year. It's this ability to make a profit from poor people that gives Dollar General its bad reputation.As farming communities plunge into feudalism, with just a few remote landowners and a lot of poverty, Dollar General expands. It's not always welcomed by everyone, but, for towns that might die otherwise it's a godsend. Don't Blame DGPoor counties blame Dollar General for their poverty, for taking what money their people do have and spiriting it away for plastic chairs and off-brand detergent.But where people do have money Dollar General can deal with it, adding seasonal merchandise, FedEx (NYSE:FDX) package drop-offs and delivery, Western Union (NYSE:WU) wire transfers, even fresh produce if there's a market for it.Dollar General reflects its markets. This is the mirror poor neighborhoods don't want held up to them. Dollar General can scoop up whatever money a small town or ghetto might have. Once it is established, it can then cater to whatever middle-class incomes exist there. That's also part of its business model. The Dollar General Stock Success StoryThis has made Dollar General a great momentum stock, a company that can prosper in both good times and bad.Dollar General isn't a fast-growing company, but it is growing. Sales are up 25% over the last three years, and Dollar General brings 6% of that to the net income line. That's twice what Kroger (NYSE:KR) does, and more than three times what mighty Walmart can do.This means Dollar General sports a market cap of almost $36 billion on sales of $25 billion. For a retailer this is insane. The only one that can beat it is Costco Wholesale (NASDAQ:COST), which is worth 87% of sales. The Bottom LineDollar General has the reputation of being a bottom feeder, but the bottom must be fed. The company knows which markets it can serve and learns to serve those markets.The mirror Dollar General holds up to its customers, and to the rest of us, may distress some, but it's what we are. If we change, the store will change with us.Dana Blankenhorn is a financial and technology journalist. He is the author of a new environmental story, Bridget O'Flynn and the Bear, available now at the Amazon Kindle store. Write him at danablankenhorn@gmail.com or follow him on Twitter at @danablankenhorn. As of this writing he owned shares in KR. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 7 Defense Stocks to Buy to Fortify Your Portfolio * 10 High-Flying, Overvalued Stocks in Danger of Crashing * 8 Stocks to Buy That Are Growing Faster Than Amazon The post The Different Faces of Dollar General appeared first on InvestorPlace.

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    Dollar Tree Inc NASDAQ/NGS:DLTRView full report here! Summary * Bearish sentiment is low * Economic output in this company's sector is expanding Bearish sentimentShort interest | PositiveShort interest is low for DLTR with fewer than 5% of shares on loan. The last change in the short interest score occurred more than 1 month ago and implies that there has been little change in sentiment among investors who seek to profit from falling equity prices. Money flowETF/Index ownership | NeutralETF activity is neutral. ETFs that hold DLTR had net inflows of $10.29 billion over the last one-month. While these are not among the highest inflows of the last year, the rate of inflow is increasing. Economic sentimentPMI by IHS Markit | PositiveAccording to the latest IHS Markit Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) data, output in the Consumer Services sector is rising. The rate of growth is strong relative to the trend shown over the past year. Credit worthinessCredit default swapCDS data is not available for this security.Please send all inquiries related to the report to score@ihsmarkit.com.Charts and report PDFs will only be available for 30 days after publishing.This document has been produced for information purposes only and is not to be relied upon or as construed as investment advice. To the fullest extent permitted by law, IHS Markit disclaims any responsibility or liability, whether in contract, tort (including, without limitation, negligence), equity or otherwise, for any loss or damage arising from any reliance on or the use of this material in any way. Please view the full legal disclaimer and methodology information on pages 2-3 of the full report.