Insiders love these 14 retail stocks hit by the Amazon.com wrecking ball

It’s no fun being a contrarian when investors are fleeing retail stocks on worries about the damage Amazon.com is doing to this sector.

Case in point: Late last May I liked Advance Auto Parts AAP, +2.04% at around $134, on weakness that had taken the stock down 21% for the year at that time, compared to a 7% gain for the S&P 500 SPX, +0.06% .

The car parts retailer offers guidance on how to make repairs and loans out specialized tools. These services seemed to offer some Amazon AMZN, -0.99%immunity since they’re tough to replicate online.

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