TJX Shrinks and Makes More Money at the Same Time

Hence, American shopping is moving online. That threatens TJX (NYSE: TJX) which operates old-fashioned department stores.

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Is TJX leading a Retail Recovery?

Discount department store operator TJX’s share price grew by 0.37%; or 22₵, to $59.39 by midday on 25 November 2019. Discount legend Target’s stock went from $110.47 on 19 November 2019 to $125.29 on 25 November 2019. Thus Target shares grew by $14.82 in less than a week.

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Is Kohl’s Making Money?

Kohl’s is partnering with other brands for survival. To explain, Kohl’s business is being taken by a massive retail platform known as Amazon.com.

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Why are The TJX Companies Making Money?

Thus, the supply chain is simple which keeps expenses low. In addition, TJX only sells merchandise in its stores. There are no services available at TJX store beyond cash registers and returns.

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JC Penney Dies as the Retail Apocalypse Grows

Thus we can safely describe JC Penney as a zombie of the retail apocalypse. Conversely, JC Penney is a zombie that makes money.

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TJX makes more Money Lays off Workers

By then TJX will be America’s dominant department store and a pretty good value investment. The experience at TJX proves that retail apocalypse is actually good for some brands. One has to wonder why more retailers are not copying TJX’s business model of deep discounting, and taking over from dying competitors.

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Can Big Lots Survive?

If you are looking for a good value investment in retail check out Big Lots, it is cheap but makes money. More importantly, Big Lots already has many of the attributes that other brands are trying to achieve.

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TJX: Department Stores that make money what’s up with that?

By shrewdly taking advantage of the opportunities created by the retail apocalypse, TJX has grown into America’s dominant department store brand. It is liable to remain in that position for a long time to come because of the sheer ineptitude of the competition.

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What is killing the Department Stores?

The real culprit in the death of the Great American Department Stores is changing times. Since there is no way to change that investors should stay away from this sector, perhaps far away.

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Will Big Lots Survive?

One thing is for certain, Big Lots was definitely overvalued at the $49.16 a share it was fetching on March 30, 2017. Nothing in its earnings report or holdings warrants that. Not even the 25¢ dividend which shareholders received on March 15, 2017. Stay away from Big Lots, it is overpriced and exposed to dangerous competitors that will soon destroy its business.

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