Turns out, you can't blame the e-commerce giant for everything.
There are some clear return dispersions that are a sign of the retail times.
Short-term traders are fond of one retail ETF in particular, though it's not necessarily the best bet for longer-term investors.
Dispersion in exposure and performance is evident among retail ETFs, even if they all benefit from strong holiday shopping.
Sales numbers may be down, but consumer confidence isn't.
Consumer 'funk' keeps the sector underperforming.
Disappointing corporate earnings take retail ETFs down for the week ended Thursday, Jan. 16.
It’s a sobering holiday season for retail ETFs.
‘Brick-and-mortar’ retailers will have to work twice as hard as their online competition this holiday season.