Retail spending looks to be on the rise after a November dip. In particular, Target (TGT) has seen steady growth since March, coupled with holiday spending, sending the projected price up to $177.1 with a likelihood of 73%, having broken its highest resistance line at $157.76. Included in the Top Stock Picks for Week of December 14, 2020 according to Zack’s Investment Research, Target is enjoying a monthly bullish trend, backed by the Aroon indicator, as well as by the 50-day Moving Average. Fundamental Analysis ratings point to a strong uptrend for Target as Christmas shopping ramps up in the middle of December. Target’s correlated theme groups, including “Supermarket”, “Chain”, “Discount Stores”, and “Food Retail” are on the rise with a monthly average of 8.25%. Target stands out especially in the midst of the pandemic, appearing to have anticipated the digital market to edge out in-store brick-and-mortar purchases. Having instituted same-day delivery via local stores, in lieu of distribution centers, Target boosted sales all across the board: same-day delivery services, in-store, and online.