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Peloton: Fitness Fad or Sustainable Streaming Media/Fitness Service?

With Peloton’s recent IPO, we dug into our Credit and Debit transactional data to see if the drivers of their business reveal a ‘fitness fad’ or a ‘sticky streaming service.’ Read More

MCD’s Battle for Breakfast

McDonald’s fourth quarter earnings were a mixed bag, but not for our customers. 1010data TickerView™ Debit had been tracking McDonald’s decelerating US Comparable Sales over the past year, so our clients weren’t surprised by the company’s reporting. Read More

NFLX’s Benefit is AAPL’s Loss

Netflix recently announced the discontinuation of new, in-app subscriptions through Apple devices, a move aimed at skirting the iTunes billing system. Read More

TickerView™ Visits: DG and PZZA

New Visits Data Strengthens Signals 

Credit and debit card data is great for tracking real-time spend of US consumers and predicting a company’s unreported Read More

No Holiday Parade for Macy’s

Macy’s reported November and December 2018 Holiday sales that fell short of Street expectations, resulting in shares plummeting 18%. 1010data’s products uncovered signals of this development well ahead of the Read More

Black Friday’s Shopping Traffic Winners

We all know Amazon (AMZN) and online shopping dominate the holiday shopping headlines, but what about the other 85% of retail spend that still happens at brick and mortar stores? Read More

SIX’s Flash Sale

Six Flags [SIX] held their annual Flash Sale for the fourth time this past Labor Day weekend. The promotion offers incredible perks, including ~70% savings on 2019 season passes, free visits for the remainder of the 2018 season, free parking, and much more. Read More

Coming Soon to a Sidewalk Near You

Over the past year, electric scooters have been popping up in cities not only around the country, but around the globe, enabling tourists and commuters to easily access inexpensive transportation for that ‘last mile’. Read More

LULU’s Ecommerce Stretch

At the end of August, Lululemon [LULU] reported strong Q2 earnings, and the stock reacted by jumping upwards of 10%. Contributing to the results was strength in digital, with e-commerce tracking ahead of schedule according to their COO. Read More

WMT + TGT’s Recent In-Store Surge

Both Walmart [WMT] and Target [TGT] reported strong results this quarter. Walmart results were highlighted by accelerated comps in grocery, electronics, and seasonal/outdoor from warm weather compared to Q1. Read More

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