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A sudden surprise, is this the turn from the worst for retailers?

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March 29, 2017 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: JCP , M , SHLD

Nearly a week ago I've read more gloom and doom brick-and-mortar store news from Sears' stock plummets amid 'substantial doubt' about future Nick Turner and Lauren Coleman-Lochner 3/22/2017 and

Here's the One Disturbing Sign That Shows Wall Street Is Banking on More Bad Things for J.C. Penney Brian Sozzi 3/22/2017.

It seems there is plenty of pessimistic journalists out there with their perspective of brick-and-mortar stores.

 

 

Then yesterday I read Why Sears Holdings, DryShips, and Red Hat Jumped Today Steve Symington

(TMFSymington) Mar 28, 2017 at 4:51PM and Why Sears Holdings Inc. Stock Popped (Again) Today 

Steve Symington (TMFSymington) Mar 28, 2017 at 1:48PM followed by

3 Huge Mistakes Explain Everything on Why Sears Is Now Dying Lindsay Rittenhouse 3/28/2017 (who I guess by now TheStreet, Inc. wants Sears to fail).

 

My final thought is that when Sears CEO Edward Lampert bought 526,000 shares of Sears Holdings,

Bruce Berkowitz of Fairholme Capital Management bought nearly 287,000 shares of Sears Holdings,

and etc. may have triggered a ripple effect in brick-and-mortar retailing where institutional investor and

big individual investor who were waiting silently for the price per shares on brick-and-mortar retailers to be

at the lowest are buying in at large volumes that is increasing the prices of stock by demand.     

 

 

  

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