18 Riskiest Retail Stocks

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According to Jeanine Poggi: "One way to test if a company poses any threat of filing for bankruptcy is through the Altman Z-Score, [which] measures several aspects of a company's financial health to forecast the probability of it going bankrupt within two years. ... On a general basis, companies with a Z-Score higher than 3 are considered safe, while those with a score of 1.8 or lower are considered distressed."

The following retailers have a Z-score below three for the trailing twelve months.

Read more here: Bankruptcy Scores: 18 Riskiest Retail Stocks
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