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Follow this list to discover and track stocks that have been oversold as indicated by the RSI momentum indicator within the last week. A stock is oversold when the RSI is below 30. This list is generated daily, ranked based on market cap and limited to the top 30 stocks that meet the criteria.

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  • Nike Slumps On Earnings
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  • Top E-Commerce Stocks to Buy in 2019
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  • Walmart Dives Deeper Into Consumer Electronics
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  • Reuters8 hours ago

    Turkish watchdogs to probe JP Morgan after lira plunge

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  • Amazon builds empire of own-brand products - from milk to blood monitors
    The Telegraph10 hours ago

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  • TheStreet.com13 hours ago

    Amazon's Private Label Efforts Show Why Its Stock Is a Buy

    entered the skin care business this week with a new line of moisturizers, eye creams and spot removers developed specifically for the company. It's not the first time Amazon has set up shop across the virtual aisle from its partners. With the addition of skin care, the Seattle company now has 138 private labels.

  • TheStreet.com13 hours ago

    Citigroup, Morgan Stanley and Other Banks Roiled as U.S. Yield Curve Inverts

    Ominous economic data from the U.S. Friday caused investors fear over the long-term prospects of the economy, pressuring the country's large-cap bank stocks. Now, the U.S. 3-month and 10-year yields have inverted, with the 10 year hitting 2.429% and the three month hitting 2.455%, as the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average have both lost more than 1% Friday. Banks, which derive much of their profit through their net interest margins, or the difference between their borrowing and lending rates, are seeing their stocks fall Friday, as the inverted yield curve makes lending less lucrative and less attractive.

  • TheStreet.com13 hours ago

    Nike Is Firing on All Cylinders, Says Jim Cramer

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  • TheStreet.com13 hours ago

    Dow Slammed on Weak Global Manufacturing Data; Inverted Yield Curve Hits Banks

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed down sharply Friday as weaker-than-expected manufacturing data in the U.S. and Europe renewed fears of slowing global growth. tumbled 6.6% after the sports apparel company posted weaker-than-expected third quarter sales in its key North American market. shares rose 3.2% despite the luxury jewelry retailer missing Wall Street's fourth-quarter sales expectations.

  • TheStreet.com13 hours ago

    Sens. Warren, Brown: Boot Wells Fargo CEO

    The two lawmakers sent a letter to the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, calling on the agencies to "use their powers" under a consent order with Wells Fargo to remove Tim Sloan as the bank's leader. The two say the move is necessary after Wells Fargo allegedly failed to comply with the order and neglected to "adequately compensate customers harmed by its auto loan scandal." They also wrote to Federal Reserve Board Chairman Jerome Powell to request he keep a restriction on Wells Fargo's business growth until Sloan's removal.

  • How Much Money Do You Need To Start Investing In Stocks?
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  • Apple's Video-Streaming Service Might Just Be a Revamped Storefront
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    Apple's Video-Streaming Service Might Just Be a Revamped Storefront

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  • Don’t Expect a Big Rally From Under Armour Stock Anytime Soon
    InvestorPlace15 hours ago

    Don’t Expect a Big Rally From Under Armour Stock Anytime Soon

    Shares of Under Armour (NYSE:UAA) have been range-bound between $15 and $25 for the past twelve months, as good and bad catalysts have largely offset one another. Bulls are hoping this range-bound trading will end in 2019, and that UAA stock will break out towards $30 as revenue growth and margin expansion come together to power robust profit growth.Source: Shutterstock The reality is that robust profit growth will happen in 2019, but it won't spark a breakout rally in UAA stock.Why? Valuation. This is a classic case of a fully valued stock treading water until the fundamentals catch up to the valuation. In late 2017 and early 2018, investors bid up UAA stock in anticipation of a big turnaround as revenue growth and margins started to stabilize. But they bid the stock up to levels that were fundamentally stretched. As such, ever since that big rally, UAA stock has been stuck in a sideways trading range as the fundamentals have tried to catch up.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsBecause the Under Armour turnaround is progressing at a snail's pace, those fundamentals won't fully catch up until 2020 or 2021. As such, investors shouldn't expect UAA stock to break out of its $15-to-$25 trading range in 2019. That won't happen for another twelve months. The Fundamentals Aren't Great for UAA StockIn the big picture, the athletic apparel space is expanding thanks to secular trends, such as the convergence of athletic and casual styles, and a global consumer pivot towards being healthier and more active. But, in that space, Under Armour is losing relevance, share and popularity because they've failed to capitalize on these trends. * 10 Stocks on the Rise Heading Into the Second Quarter Namely, as Nike (NYSE:NKE), Adidas (OTCMKTS:ADDYY) and Lululemon (NASDAQ:LULU) have turned into lifestyle brands that sell clothes which people wear to work out and hang out, Under Armour hasn't. Instead, Under Armour has doubled down on performance, and entirely missed the boat on the lifestyle pivot.As such, Under Armour has mitigated exposure to the lifestyle growth niche within the athletic apparel category, which is where most of the growth is today. That's why Nike, Lululemon and Adidas are all growing at high single digit-plus growth rates, while Under Armour is struggling to maintain narrowly positive revenue growth.These struggles will continue. It will be tough for Under Armour to pivot into lifestyle. Nike, Adidas, and Lululemon collectively dominate the lion's share of this market. Plus, upstart brands like Gymshark are also gaining share.In other words, the lifestyle side of this market is very crowded. There really isn't room for Under Armour.To be sure, that doesn't mean the Under Armour brand is dead. There's still growth potential on the performance side of the athletic apparel market, especially in the footwear segment. Under Armour will be able to grow in those verticals. But, growth will be greatly limited because of its lack exposure to the lifestyle side of the market.As such, the turnaround fundamentals underlying UAA stock aren't all that great. Valuation Is Still StretchedBecause Under Armour's turnaround fundamentals aren't all that great, the Under Armour turnaround has progressed at a snail's pace.In 2016, Under Armour's revenue growth rate was 23%. In 2017, it dropped sharply to 3%. Then, in 2018, it rebounded only marginally to 4%. Meanwhile, North America revenue growth rate dropped from 16% in 2016, to -5% in 2017, and rebounded only slightly to -2% in 2018. Gross margins dropped more than 100 basis points in 2017, and rebounded only 30 basis points in 2018.In other words, the trend here is very clear. Under Armour's growth trends fell off a cliff in 2017 and rebounded very slowly in 2018.This snail's pace rebound is expected to continue next year. Revenue growth is projected to be roughly 3%-4%. North America revenue growth is expected to be flat. Gross margins are expected to rise 70 basis points.All in all, because of Under Armour's lack of exposure to the high-growth lifestyle segment of the athletic apparel market, the UAA turnaround is progressing slowly. At 63-times forward earnings, UAA stock needs more than a slow turnaround to breakout of its sideways trading range.Here are the numbers. Going forward, Under Armour is likely a mid-single-digit revenue grower with room for gross margin expansion to ~48% and opex leverage to ~11%. If that happens, Under Armour could reasonably hit $1.50 in EPS by fiscal 2025. Based on a Nike-average 25 forward multiple, that implies a reasonable fiscal 2024 price target for UAA stock of $37.50. Using a 10% discount rate, that means prices above $25 aren't fundamentally supported until fiscal 2020. Bottom Line on UAA StockUnder Armour isn't a bad company, it's just one that failed to pivot into an area it needed to pivot into in order to keep shares on an uptrend. As such, UAA stock has been stuck in neutral over the past several quarters as slowly improving fundamentals have tried to catch up to a stretched valuation.This dynamic will persist for the foreseeable future. Indeed, fundamentals say that UAA stock won't break out of its $15 to $25 trading range until 2020.As of this writing, Luke Lango was long NKE. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 7 Specialty Retail ETFs to Buy the Industry's Disruption * 5 Stocks To Buy for the Happiest Employees * 3 Out-of-Favor Consumer Stocks to Buy Compare Brokers The post Don't Expect a Big Rally From Under Armour Stock Anytime Soon appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • Amazon makes own play for the beauty sector as online brands pick up steam
    MarketWatch15 hours ago

    Amazon makes own play for the beauty sector as online brands pick up steam

    Amazon.com Inc. is making a play for the beauty category with a new line of skin-care products at a time when digitally-native brands are driving sales across the sector. Amazon’s (AMZN)  Belei features a dozen items including a charcoal balancing mask ($18), a dark spot solution serum ($22) and a vitamin C moisturizer ($35). Brands like L’Oreal and Maybelline are among the wide range of big-name beauty products on the Amazon site.

  • Nike shares tumble after conservative outlook, but analysts say ‘don’t be fooled’
    MarketWatch15 hours ago

    Nike shares tumble after conservative outlook, but analysts say ‘don’t be fooled’

    Nike’s caution about the fiscal fourth quarter isn’t shared with analysts, but shares are down in Friday trading.

  • China’s Xi Recruits Italy’s Populists for Global Spending Spree
    Bloomberg15 hours ago

    China’s Xi Recruits Italy’s Populists for Global Spending Spree

    Italy is the first Group of Seven nation to volunteer for a role in the massive international program, with a memorandum of understanding that the two sides formally approved at the Renaissance-era Villa Madama in Rome on Saturday. Chinese and Italian companies signed 10 agreements potentially worth as much as 20 billion euros ($23 billion), Deputy Premier Luigi Di Maio said. “Today is a day in which Made in Italy, Italy, Italian companies win,” Di Maio told reporters after the signings.

  • TheStreet.com15 hours ago

    As the Game Streaming Wars Begin,Twitch Is Looking Like Amazon's Secret Weapon

    Microsoft, too, has touted its forthcoming XCloud streaming service, backed up by Azure and its Game Stack development kit. Certainly, the success of these efforts will depend on how effectively the tech giants can stitch together the technology, and whether they can deliver a seamless experience that won't induce any rage-inducing latency or graphics degradation. Google executives made the case that it's YouTube.

  • Miller Lite VP breaks down new ad responding to Bud Light
    American City Business Journals17 hours ago

    Miller Lite VP breaks down new ad responding to Bud Light

    The ad, which ends with the tagline "In the real world, taste is what matters," is meant to show that while Bud Light lives in a fantasy world, people in the real world drink Miller Lite, according to Miller Lite vice president Anup Shah.

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  • Almost Nobody Chooses Streaming Competitors Over Netflix
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  • Reuters18 hours ago

    Citi fires eight Hong Kong traders after review finds misconduct - sources

    Citigroup Inc has fired eight bankers and suspended three others from its equities trading desk in Hong Kong after an internal probe revealed misconduct in their dealings with clients, people with knowledge of the matter said. The action was taken after a review raised concerns related to the accuracy of disclosure to clients by the involved sales traders on some transactions where Citi was acting in a principal capacity, one of the people said. Principal trade refers to a brokerage acting as the counterparty to settle deals with clients, instead of just broking a securities transaction between different parties.