Trouble On Wall Street

Trouble On Wall Street

Investors aren’t as bullish on public retailers in the nutrition and natural products market as they were in 2013. GNC (GNC), which finished last year with a stock price above $60, is now a sub-$40 stock. In February 2014, Whole Foods Market (WFM) saw comp store sales decelerate for the first time in nearly a decade. GNC and WFM act as bellwethers for their respective categories (dietary supplements and natural & organic foods)—as they go

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