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We Can't Believe These 5 Major Brands Are on Sale at Williams Sonoma Right Now

We Can't Believe These 5 Major Brands Are on Sale at Williams Sonoma Right Now


Williams Sonoma is seriously discounting these five items for Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

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Any home cook can tell you that walking into Williams Sonoma can feel like being a kid in a candy store—there are so many crave-worthy items lining the shelves that it can be overwhelming. Which is why we're almost too excited to share that the upscale kitchen retailer has revealed their Black Friday deals with dozens of deep discounts available to shop right now.

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Here are the five deals you should snag at Williams Sonoma this weekend:

1) All-Clad Cookware Sets, Starting at $149

Our editor, Chris Michel, is a big fan of stainless steel cookware, given that steel is known for distributing heat evenly and is perfect for searing and sautéing. This pair of frying pans is on sale for just $150 (normally $250)—plus, All-Clad's stainless steel models will last a lifetime. If you're in the market for more than a few pans, Williams Sonoma is discounting All-Clad's five-piece set for $300, down from $595. You can find more cookware sets from All-Clad on discount this weekend, including a 10-piece and 13-piece set for a fraction of their normal price.

2) Breville Mini Smart Toaster Oven, $119

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3) Riedel Wine Tumblers and Decanter Set, $65

Photo courtesy of Williams Sonoma.

Riedel products are the top of the line when it comes to glassware—a single Riedel glass can net over $100, so this decanter set, which comes with four stemless glasses designed for your favorite red wine, is a bonafide steal. It'll stun guests as part of your home bar at any holiday event you have coming this year.

4) Le Creuset Dutch Oven, $99.95

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5) Williams Sonoma Bakeware Sets, Starting at $40


Hurry! All-Clad Cookware Is Having a Major Sale Right Now

This sale is no joke. It's your opportunity to snag factory seconds for more than 60% off.

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If you're familiar with the professional-quality brand All-Clad, you know that a deal that's more than 60% off is good. But if you're new to the party, welcome — you picked the right time to branch into higher-quality cookware. This All-Clad sale, which is live through June 14, is like a sample sale and outlet store all rolled into one, meaning you can get factory seconds at steep discounts.

Let us take a second to explain what "factory seconds" means, exactly. Through this third-party site, you can purchase products that might have disclosed cosmetic scratches or dents to the product or packaging, none of which affects their performance, at a discounted price.

Imperfections aside, this is an excellent opportunity to stock your kitchen with reputable cookware without breaking the bank. Don’t expect fancy packaging or a life changing shopping experience — this no-frills, insider sale is all about the product. Plus, you can shop with confidence thanks to All-Clad’s lifetime warranty, which you can read more about here.

We know you're probably ready to start shopping, but let us fill you in on some ground rules, first. You can’t buy more than five pieces of the same item, and you can only place one order per shipping address — so no second-guessing on this one. Additionally, shipping is only available to continental US states and Military addresses — no P.O. boxes. These purchases should not be intended for resale, and all sales are final.

Whether you’re totally new to the All-Clad brand, an experienced home cook, or a seasoned chef, there’s a sale item for everyone.


Williams Sonoma’s Memorial Day Sale Includes Le Creuset’s Super-Popular Skinny Grill for Just $100

One of the best parts of summer is definitely all the delicious food: grilled burgers, grilled shish kebabs, grilled corn, grilled portobello mushrooms … anyone sensing a theme? Summer truly is synonymous with grilling, so we weren’t surprised when Kitchn readers made the most of Le Creuset’s huge Skinny Grill sale when we covered it in early March. In case you missed out on snagging this kitchen workhorse for $99.95 (normally $185) back then, we have good news: Williams Sonoma is running the same deal again right now as part of their Memorial Day Sale event!

When we first wrote about Le Creuset’s skinny grill pan last summer, Kitchn readers went wild for it. For starters, the pan is constructed using Le Creuset’s famed quality cast iron (yes, the same material they use for their Dutch ovens) that heats evenly and quickly, so there’s no hassle of looking for the “hot side” of the grill. And just like Le Creuset’s other cast iron cookware, the grill works on the stovetop or in the oven, so you can finish a steak in the broiler after giving it a good sear on the stove.

Another major pro? The grill pan has extra-high, deep ridges that deliver those covetable grill marks just as well as a traditional grill. The high ridges also allow oil and fat to drip away, so it’s a great way to prepare lighter meals like grilled veggies, whole fish, and marinated tofu. And since the pan is truly nonstick, you never have to worry about your delicate scallops or prime steak getting stuck or ruined.

Let’s talk size: The grill is just 15″ long and 8.5″ wide, so it’ll fit on most stoves and easily slide into your cabinet without taking up much room. Plus, it’s available in 10 beautiful jewel-tone colors, which means you can confidently show it off on your tabletop. And once you’re done, the grill’s enameled, non-reactive interior easily cleans up by hand or in the dishwasher.

So if you can’t wait to grill all that fresh, delicious produce that’s coming our way over the next few weeks, you’ll definitely want to snag this sleek beauty STAT. Even better? After everyone else has packed away their bulky outdoor grills for the season, you’ll still be enjoying BBQ faves well into fall — and beyond.

Buy: Le Creuset Enameled Cast Iron Skinny Grill, $150 (normally $99.95)


Williams-Sonoma to Sell Wares on Epicurious Site

Williams-Sonoma Inc. of San Francisco has signed a multiyear agreement to sell cookware over CondeNet's Epicurious Web site, a leading online food site.

The agreement with CondeNet, an affiliate of New York publisher Conde Nast Inc., is a "baby step" toward a broader relationship between the two companies, said Pat Connolly, Williams-Sonoma executive vice president. "We believe there is a race to build a dominant lifestyle portal for the upscale woman . . . and CondeNet wants to work with us on it," Connolly said.

The two companies are discussing possible additional partnerships, such as between Pottery Barn, Williams-Sonoma's home furnishings business, and Conde Nast publications like House & Garden or Architectural Digest.

Epicurious, which CondeNet launched almost five years ago at www.food.epicurious.com has spawned a successful cooking show on cable TV. Epicurious includes original content and repackaged material from Conde Nast's Bon Appetit and Gourmet magazines.

Last week, CondeNet and Time Warner agreed to create a cable and Web business targeted at upscale women. Williams-Sonoma expects to be be involved in both of these projects.

The deal announced yesterday goes beyond a typical "affiliate" relationship, in which businesses install hyperlinks or a store on a partner's site. Links to the digital checkout counter on Williams-Sonoma's site will be interspersed throughout Epicurious.

For example, a page containing a cake recipe might list links to buy cocoa powder, vanilla beans and pans. An article about Spanish cooking utensils might include a link to a paella pan.

"We want to make it very easy for them to buy and (immediately) go back to Epicurious," Connolly said.


Le Creuset’s Super-Popular Skinny Grill Is Perfect for Spring Cooking (Bonus: It’s on Sale!)

It’s finally starting to get warm, which can only mean one thing: Grilling season is officially around the corner! If you don’t have an outdoor space to fire up the barbecue, don’t worry — all you need is Le Creuset’s skinny grill pan, which lets you recreate backyard favorites indoors. Whether you’re craving grilled burgers, shish kebabs, corn, or portobello mushrooms, this pan is up for the job. Best of all, right now you can snag it for just $99.95 (normally $185) at Williams Sonoma.

When we wrote about Le Creuset’s skinny grill pan last spring, Kitchn readers went wild for it. And this year, we can see it being an absolute must-have again. For starters, the pan is constructed using Le Creuset’s famed quality cast iron (yes, the same material they use for their Dutch ovens) that heats evenly and quickly, so there’s no hassle of looking for the “hot side” of the grill. And just like Le Creuset’s other cast iron cookware, you can use the grill on the stovetop or in the oven, so you can finish a steak in the broiler after giving it a good sear on the stove.

Another major pro? The grill pan has extra-high, deep ridges that deliver those covetable grill marks just as well as an outdoor grill. The high ridges also allow oil and fat to drip off of ingredients, so it’s a great way to prepare lighter meals like grilled veggies, whole fish, and marinated tofu. And since the pan is truly nonstick, you never have to worry about your delicate scallops or prime steak getting stuck or ruined.

Let’s talk size: The grill is just 15″ long and 8.5″ wide, so it’ll fit on most stoves and easily slide into your cabinet without taking up much room. Plus, it’s available in 10 beautiful jewel-tone colors, which means you can confidently show it off on your tabletop. And once you’re done, the grill’s enameled, non-reactive interior easily cleans up by hand or in the dishwasher.

So if you can’t wait to grill all that fresh, delicious produce that’s coming our way over the next few weeks, you’ll definitely want to snag this sleek beauty STAT. Even better? After everyone else has packed away their bulky outdoor grills for the season, you’ll still be enjoying BBQ faves well into fall — and beyond.


Williams-Sonoma, Inc. announces strong first quarter results

Q1 comparable brand revenue growth accelerates to 40.4%
Q1 GAAP operating margin of 15.7% Q1 non-GAAP operating margin expansion of 950bps to 15.9%
Q1 GAAP diluted EPS of $2.90 Q1 Non-GAAP diluted EPS of $2.93
Raises full-year 2021 outlook

Williams-Sonoma, Inc. (NYSE: WSM), the world’s largest digital-first, design-led and sustainable home retailer, today announced operating results for the first fiscal quarter ended May 2, 2021 ("Q1 21") versus the first fiscal quarter ended May 3, 2020 ("Q1 20").

"We are proud to report another record quarter of accelerating revenue and profitability with over 40% comp growth and a 950bps expansion in our non-GAAP operating margin. These results were driven by strength across all of our brands. We are seeing strength in our core businesses and our new growth initiatives have outperformed. As re-openings accelerate across the country, a record number of customers continue to shop with us as they invest in their homes. We are honored to be our customers' destination for their entertaining and home furnishings needs as they welcome friends and family back," said Laura Alber, President and Chief Executive Officer.

"As a result, we are raising our full year outlook from mid-to-high single digit revenue growth to low-double digit to mid-teen revenue growth and year-over-year operating margin expansion. We believe our business is uniquely positioned to gain market share given our growth strategies and our three key differentiators:

Our digital-first channel strategy and

These differentiators are more relevant than ever with our customers and set us apart from our competition," Alber continued.

Alber concluded, "As we look ahead, we are confident in our runway for growth and profitability. The goals we have set are driving incremental growth faster than anticipated, our brand differentiators continue to accelerate, and favorable macro trends should continue to benefit our business for the long-term. We are the only home furnishings retailer that’s able to serve customers at scale online and provide the experience and convenience of physical retail with exclusive sustainable products – giving us the unique advantage to gain share for many years to come."

Comparable brand revenue growth accelerates to 40.4%, with all brands accelerating sequentially including West Elm at 50.9%, Pottery Barn at 41.3%, Williams Sonoma at 35.3% and Pottery Barn Kids and Teen at 27.6%

GAAP gross margin of 43.0% non-GAAP gross margin of 43.0%, expanding 850bps and driven by higher year-over-year merchandise margins and occupancy leverage of approximately 410bps occupancy costs were approximately $176 million, relatively flat to last year

GAAP SG&A rate of 27.3% non-GAAP SG&A rate of 27.1%, leveraging approximately 100bps and reflecting the strength of our topline performance and ongoing financial discipline

GAAP operating margin of 15.7% non-GAAP operating margin of 15.9%, leveraging approximately 950bps

GAAP diluted EPS of $2.90 non-GAAP diluted EPS of $2.93, or 296% higher than last year

Maintaining strong liquidity position of $640 million in cash and over $238 million in operating cash flow, enabling the company to repay its $300 million term loan in full, let its 364-day $200 million line of credit facility expire, and repurchase approximately $315 million in shares

Given the strength of our business year-to-date and the macro trends that we believe will continue to benefit our business, we are raising our fiscal year 2021 outlook to low double-digit to mid-teen net revenue growth and year-over-year non-GAAP operating margin expansion.

Long-Term Financial Guidance

For the long-term, we are planning for net revenue growth of mid-to-high single digits and non-GAAP operating margin expansion. Our strong results, combined with our three key differentiators of in-house design, digital-first channel strategy and values, and the macro trends that should benefit our business over the long-term, give us confidence in these future growth projections and an accelerated path to $10 billion in net revenues and maintaining at least 15% non-GAAP operating margins in the next five years.

CONFERENCE CALL AND WEBCAST INFORMATION

Williams-Sonoma, Inc. will host a live conference call today, May 26, 2021, at 2:00 P.M. (PT). The call, hosted by Laura Alber, President and Chief Executive Officer, will be open to the general public via live webcast and can be accessed at http://ir.williams-sonomainc.com/events . A replay of the webcast will be available at http://ir.williams-sonomainc.com/events .

SEC REGULATION GNON-GAAP INFORMATION

This press release includes non-GAAP financial measures. Exhibit 1 provides reconciliations of these non-GAAP financial measures to the most comparable financial measures calculated and presented in accordance with accounting principles generally accepted in the U.S. ("GAAP"). We have not provided a reconciliation of non-GAAP guidance measures to the corresponding GAAP measures on a forward-looking basis due to the potential variability and limited visibility of excluded items these excluded items may include expenses related to the impact of inventory write-offs, the acquisition of Outward, Inc., and asset impairment charges. We believe that these non-GAAP financial measures, when reviewed in conjunction with GAAP financial measures, can provide meaningful supplemental information for investors regarding the performance of our business and facilitate a meaningful evaluation of current period performance on a comparable basis with prior periods. Our management uses these non-GAAP financial measures in order to have comparable financial results to analyze changes in our underlying business from quarter to quarter. In addition, certain other items may be excluded from non-GAAP financial measures when the company believes this provides greater clarity to management and investors. These non-GAAP financial measures should be considered as a supplement to, and not as a substitute for or superior to the GAAP financial measures presented in this press release and our financial statements and other publicly filed reports. Non-GAAP measures as presented herein may not be comparable to similarly titled measures used by other companies.

FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS

This press release contains forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties, as well as assumptions that, if they do not fully materialize or are proven incorrect, could cause our results to differ materially from those expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. Such forward-looking statements include statements relating to: our ability to capture significant opportunities in the home furnishings industry increase our market share our ability to continue to improve performance our focus on operational excellence our ability to improve customers’ experience our optimism about the future our ability to maximize growth and maintain high profitability our fiscal year 2021 outlook and long-term financial targets, including projected net revenue growth and operating margin expansion our stock repurchase program and dividend expectations our planned capital investments and our proposed store openings and closures.

The risks and uncertainties that could cause our results to differ materially from those expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements include: continuing changes in general economic conditions, and the impact on consumer confidence and consumer spending the continuing impact of the coronavirus on our global supply chain, retail store operations and customer demand new interpretations of or changes to current accounting rules our ability to anticipate consumer preferences and buying trends dependence on timely introduction and customer acceptance of our merchandise changes in consumer spending based on weather, political, competitive and other conditions beyond our control delays in store openings competition from companies with concepts or products similar to ours timely and effective sourcing of merchandise from our foreign and domestic vendors and delivery of merchandise through our supply chain to our stores and customers effective inventory management our ability to manage customer returns successful catalog management, including timing, sizing and merchandising uncertainties in e-marketing, infrastructure and regulation multi-channel and multi-brand complexities our ability to introduce new brands and brand extensions challenges associated with our increasing global presence dependence on external funding sources for operating capital disruptions in the financial markets our ability to control employment, occupancy and other operating costs our ability to improve our systems and processes changes to our information technology infrastructure general political, economic and market conditions and events, including war, conflict or acts of terrorism the impact of current and potential future tariffs and our ability to mitigate impacts the impact of inflation on consumer spending the potential for increased corporate income taxes and other risks and uncertainties described more fully in our public announcements, reports to stockholders and other documents filed with or furnished to the SEC, including our Annual Report on Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended January 31, 2021 and all subsequent quarterly reports on Form 10-Q and current reports on Form 8-K. We have not filed our Form 10-Q for the quarter ended May 2, 2021. As a result, all financial results described here should be considered preliminary, and are subject to change to reflect any necessary adjustments or changes in accounting estimates that are identified prior to the time we file the Form 10-Q. All forward-looking statements in this press release are based on information available to us as of the date hereof, and we assume no obligation to update these forward-looking statements.


Chic Cookware Brands That Give Le Creuset a Run for Its Money

If you’re going to be staring at a pot in the kitchen for 30 minutes, you might as well look at something nice, right? While we will never get tired of a timeless Le Creuset Dutch oven, there are quite a few new kids on the cooking block and they’re putting out some steep competition for the iconic cookware brand. These days, there really isn’t any utilitarian household item that can’t be made into a piece of art, your pots and pans included. Be warned, stylish cookware may cause an increase desire to spend time in the kitchen, so get that apron out and print out your favorite recipe (might we suggest something from kitchen queen Ina Garten?). Just kidding &mdash save that paper and pull it up on your phone.

Le Creuset is no stranger to color, but if the current selection isn’t wow-ing you, there are so many chic alternative Le Creuset cookware brands that have toned things down in more refined pastels, earthy tones, and other unique shades that will complement your kitchen’s stylish color scheme instead of sticking out like sore thumb or blending in too much.

And they’re not just good looking: these game-changing cookware brands are smarter than ever too, so your food will taste even more delicious. Think features like even heating, stackable sets so you can say goodbye to a mess inside your cabinets, and non-toxic materials for peace of mind. So, whether you’re an avid chef or looking for a reason to get inspired in the kitchen, it’s time to refresh your cooking space with these art-worthy and innovative cookware sets to take your meals, and interior design, to a swoon-worthy level.

From Drew Barrymore’s newest kitchen line at Walmart to the internet-favorite Always Pan from Our Place, you’ve got more Le Creuset cookware alternatives to shop than ever before. With these pieces, you’ll never want to hide your cookware away again.

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Our Place

This art-worthy cookware brand’s star item is the Always Pan, which does the work of eight, we repeat, eight, types of cookware. So, if your kitchen’s tiny, add this to your cart immediately. There’s a reason it’s hard to keep in stock.

Brandless

You don’t need to have a brand name to get high quality cookware. Brandless offers just that&mdashthis five-piece set of durable and sleek stainless steel cooking essentials is just 190.

Beautiful Kitchenware by Drew Barrymore

Drew Barrymore just expanded her offerings at Walmart to include a gorgeous new kitchen line called Beautiful Kitchenware, and you won’t believe how affordable it is. The line features elevated kitchen must-haves that won’t break the bank, including a touchscreen air fryer, toaster, and yes, a cookware collection that includes a Dutch oven that rivals Le Creuset (and it’s under $60!).

Abbio

Abbio cookware is made with Try-Ply, which serves up even heat so your food is cooked to perfection. You also will rarely have to crank up the dial to the hottest setting: This pan works hard at low to medium settings. You can get all your kitchen essentials here without any of the fluff or add ons.

Great Jones

This women-founded brand started with one purpose: to equip your kitchen with gorgeous items that will make you want to cook. The covetable line-up includes a durable and roomy Dutch oven, sheet pan (named Holy Sheet, just throwing it out there for a good laugh), and a series of pots and pans that not only work great, but look good putting in work.

Equal Parts

This ultra-sleek line of stackable, nonstick cookware essentials will finally clear up that pile of mismatched lids and pans for good. Here’s where it gets too good to be true: every piece is dishwasher safe, so you can let your hands relax with a cocktail instead of washing dishes after cooking.

Five.Two (Food 52)

Food52 recently launched its own line of durable and sleek cookware that covers all the basics. They’ve taken years of feedback and research into consideration to include features like cool handles, built-in strainers, and rivet-less interiors.

Caraway

The beauty of Caraway is that along with your shiny new pieces of cookware, you also get nifty storage organizers for the lids and pans so you no longer have to be terrified of them falling on top of you every time you open the cabinets.

Material Kitchen

So long Teflon, lead, fumes, and other toxic parts of our old cookware. These pans have a copper core, which provides even heat distribution, and boasts a lip design for easy pouring. You can also shop for cutlery made with Japanese steel, which combined with your new pans, will transform you into a top chef in no time.

Made In

Pros like Tom Colicchio swear by this cookware brand, so get ready to cook like you know what you’re doing with this set in your kitchen. Crafted by artists and designed by chefs, these expertly made stainless steel pieces are the perfect marriage of fashion meets function.

Of course, now you’re going to need some recipes to go with all of your new cookware. How about some of Ina Garten’s best dinenr recipes?


Lazada 6.6 sale: Hurry, these items are on sale now

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If you've missed Lazada's last 5.5 sale, fret not here's another chance to get your favourite gadget now.

Lazada's 6.6 sale has some of your favourite retailers like JBL, Tefal, and Xiaomi slashing 50% off their prices to give you the best deals.

But you may want to hurry as these stocks are selling extremely fast.

From kitchen appliances to beauty products and electronic gadgets, here are some of the best bargains our team has managed to find just for you.

The ultra-light Razer Kraken X is a multi-platform gaming headset built with superior comfort, extended durability and crystal-clear sound.

From whipping up meals in the kitchen, to making our work-from-home setups more enjoyable, the Mickey Heritage Collection features the iconic Mickey & Minnie colours that will be an attractive addition to any home. You can grill different sorts of meat without making a mess in your kitchen. On top of that, you could even bake egg tarts!

They may be small in size but they pack a serious edge when it comes to filtering noise with touch controls.

Enjoy homemade smoothies and shakes with this powerful blender.

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This award-winning Bluetooth speaker is a fan's favourite it delivers powerful audio performance with a 12-hour battery lifespan.

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The Birch extract in the lotion, which is rich in amino acids and minerals, moisturises and softens skin and relieves dead skin cells by providing moisture and nourishment.

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This Italian Cookware Rivals All-Clad — and It's On Sale

We've got the perfect gift for the chef in your life this holiday season!

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When it comes to high-quality cookware, we're always on the lookout for a great sale — and, starting today, you can score some serious savings on Hestan cookware.

If you're not familiar with the brand, Hestan specializes in professional-quality equipment. Their cookware is handcrafted in Italy and designed to last for decades. Hestan is right up there with All-Clad in our book. They make the best of the best, and their products usually come with a hefty price tag. So, we're super excited about their Ultimate Set sales event that's running through December 14.

There are four on-sale sets to choose from, and each piece of cookware is made with an aluminum core that heats quickly and accurately. Plus, the skillets and saucepans are designed to maximize cooking surface and burner contact, allowing for more precise cooking. Sealed, flared rims prevent separation and make for mess-free pouring, while the lids are universal, so you can mix and match. Best of all, Hestan's cookware is backed by a lifetime warranty (just like All-Clad!), so you can cook with complete peace of mind.

Whether you're ready to invest in a set of premium pans for yourself or need an impressive holiday gift for the chef in your life, snag one of these cookware sets and save up to $300.


Jim Cramer: The Bears Are Fooling Themselves

There's a thesis for pretty much everything, and that's a huge reason why the market hangs in there, even as so many big-time managers can't get comfortable with what they think is a Fed-engineered stock market recovery.

We often hear about "the bull case" and "the bear case," and, given that rates are so low, it is easy to say that the bear case is simply that one day the Fed will decide this must all end. But in the interim, I think the bears are fooling themselves, because there are so many positive story lines out there that have nothing to do with the Fed, and they will be hard to topple. They are a big reason why after a huge day like Monday, we consolidate rather than give up the ghost.

The first and most obvious is the reopening of America. It's a rolling positive bull theme, as we keep hitting milestones of vaccination. When you hear it, you want to book tickets, you want to go somewhere and the airlines are, like so many other industries, caught unawares when it comes to demand. Their reluctance to expand makes sense. They cut back hard and didn't see much hope to a return to travel any time soon. Not now. The airlines, which had held in, are now starting to make a serious move. Southwest (LUV) has had a strong comeback, but now it is widening to outfits like United (UAL) , Delta (DAL) and American (AAL) . It's almost like these stocks are being bought by individuals who can't get on the plants because everything is getting booked up.

The bull market in cruise lines is back, now that the president has blessed trips to Alaska. If you think that the increases in the stocks of Royal Caribbean (RCL) , Carnival (CCL) and Norwegian Cruise (NCLH) are over, think again. These stocks have nine lives and they are on about live five.

Don't forget the amazing return of the casino gambling stocks. I like MGM (MGM) , but love the stock of Wynn (WYNN) , a quintessential Vegas-Macau story that is just now starting to make its move. The destination thesis was nicked by the unfortunate Disney+ (DIS) , report, but it would have been kept alive if people had just focused theme parks. I think that both Six Flags (SIX) and Cedar Fair (FUN) have more to run.

I don't want to get too far ahead of the story, but you have to wonder when Boeing (BA) is going to announce some big orders. The airlines are like farmers who, when flush, buy John Deere (DEER) tractors. These guys buy Boeing planes. That doesn't translate to immediate earnings, but earnings follow, so it's a good reason to buy the beaten up airplane maker.

The reopening trade comes in so many styles and flavors that it's like a forest fire, it keeps spreading and is very hard for the bears to put out. In the last week we have seen big gains from the shopping mall and shopping center stocks. These were supposed to be stripped of their dividends and left for dead. Nope, they are being bought, not just by stock in investors but by the companies themselves.

The banks are viewed as opening trades as of late as the economy seems to inspire a belief that there will be economic activity that will require loans and that the Fed will be forced to take rates up eventually helping their bottom lines. There's been nothing but relentless buying of the big banks to the point that, for the first time in about 25 years, there is what some are calling a once-in-a-lifetime ability to buy the stocks before the Fed relinquishes all control of their ability to pay larger dividends and buy back stock. That could come as soon as the end of June and the positioning ahead of that is pretty aggressive. Fear of missing out -- FOMO -- for banks is a new thing. It happens daily.

Then there are the relentless cycles that keep surfacing, cycles that carry whole industries with them. We don't talk enough about the agriculture cycle, but when you go over the widely-overlooked Deere call from Friday, you will see that the ag cycle may be the greatest in a decade. Some would argue it is the greatest ever. You have Deere, Agco (AGCO) , the fertilizers and seed companies all going fantastically. They are buys on any weakness. It's a dream come true cycle because it could be just midstream.

We have the best steel cycle that I can ever recall with just a few players, Nucor (NUE) , Cleveland-Cliffs (CLF) and U.S Steel (X) to invest in. There's a lot of excitement about an upcoming special purpose acquisition company, Legato Merger (LEGO) , which is combining with old-timer Algoma, a Canadian flat-rolled producer. It's going to be a winner.

I am completely enamored if not jealous of the amazing health care insurance bull market: UnitedHealth (UNH) , Centene (CNC) , Cigna (CI) , Humana (HUM) and CVS (CVS) , which is Aetna, are simply saying welcome aboard and can be bought on any rare dip.

There's the revolutionary cycle that includes right now GameStop (GME) , which has started a gigantic rally ever since management decided to raise equity, by selling stock right into the maw of the Wall Street Bets crew. AMC (AMC) 's doing the same thing, staging a monster rally once it was able to raise capital on the backs of the Wall Street Bets team. I keep waiting for these guys to adopt another target, a company with a big short position that could use money as it went higher. My pick would be Beyond Meat (BYND) with a 22% short position and the chance for a giant expansion of their deal with McDonald's (MCD) . I can judge from my Twitter feeds that these happy-go-lucky investors who want nothing but for me to go away - are totally addicted and hang on my every word, so Beyond Meat, which fits the GameStop and AMC challenges to a T could be next.

Then there's the consumer product and drug stock bull market that has much to do with the endlessly declining dollar that will buoy earnings no matter what they be. I know that these companies have freight and plastic cost issues, but I think the latter are about to break - with the exception of chlorine- because the stock prices seem to have peaked.

Can we just accept the fact that the home building cycle, which was supposed to be over when the pandemic waned, hasn't played by the rules and keeps rocking. Every time someone suggests that it has to end, we learn that supply remains well below demand and that with rates lower than people thought, business is very strong. Lennar's (LEN) moving up D. R. Horton's (DHI) been great, Toll's (TOL) about to report and it is hard for me to think it will be anything but strong.

That has led to excellent gains for Williams-Sonoma (WSM) , RH (RH) , Wayfair (W) and Macy's (M) . This cycles shows no sign of waning whatsoever. Let me throw Target (TGT) in which has more housing traffic than most.

Then there's the mall store cycle, led by L Brands (LB) , but continuing with Gap Stores (GPS) and American Eagle Outfitters (AEO) , but now expanding to Urban Outfitters (URBN) and Children's Place (PLCE) . This is a cycle that few thought was even possible given the death of the mall and the ascendance of Amazon (AMZN) . But the strength in the stocks of Federal Reality and Simon Property foretold otherwise.

Finally there's another tech bull market that shows no signs of flagging: semiconductor capital equipment. It looked like it peaked for a moment with the decline in Applied Materials (AMAT) after an excellent quarter. But with the U.S. committed to building as many as seven foundries, something we will talk with Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo on "Mad Money," the government-mandated demand is going to extend the cycle far longer than AMAT, Lam Research (LRCX) , ASML Holding (ASML) and KLA Corp. (KLAC) thought possible.

Just like America runs on Dunkin', the stock market runs on cycles. When you have this many running at once, it's difficult to clobber the market. In fact, it's a major reason why dip buying has and will continue to work and why you need to be ready to buy at the end of May and go away.

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