Jharonne Martis

Jharonne Martis

Bio

Jharonne Martis’s key responsibilities include analysis of actual and estimated retail same store sales data over time and across competitors, providing insight into company outlooks, revealing trend expectations, and yielding clues to anticipated consumer behavior. Her observations and analysis can be found in her monthly research reports, SSS Preview and SSS Review, which are widely distributed to institutional clients and the financial media. Additionally, Martis periodically publishes in-depth Market Insight notes and serves as an internal resource on all issues related to the US consumer. Martis has worked as a software developer at NetLander, Inc., where she contributed to key projects at the NASA J.F. Kennedy Space Center, and was a Control Desk Analyst Manager at Citigroup. She holds a BS in Management Information Systems and an MBA in Finance. A widely quoted authority on the U.S. consumer and retail information, including same store sales and corporate earnings, Martis’s research has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, CNN Money, and Barron’s, and she has appeared on CNBC’s Power Lunch and The Nightly Business Report, as well as other financial news outlets.

Articles

Customers stand outside Macy's store in New York, April 11, 2013. A judge is expected to decide whether to expand an injunction blocking J.C. Penney from selling a broad range of Martha Stewart-designed goods. By some estimates, Penney has more than $100 million worth of Stewart's creations sitting in a warehouse, waiting for the judge's ruling. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW) - RTXYI1I
A shopping mall stands almost empty due to a drop in clients in Buenos Aires, July 7, 2009. Argentines are questioning the government's handling of an H1N1 flu outbreak that has killed 60 people amid confusion over the number of cases and accusations that officials acted too slowly. President Cristina Fernandez has sought to halt the spread of the new swine flu strain at the height of the Southern Hemisphere winter by closing schools and letting public sector workers take time off. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA HEALTH BUSINESS POLITICS) - RTR25EVU
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A McDonald's restaurant sign is seen in San Diego, California
Audi cars are parked at a car dealer in Eching near Munich
A pedestrian crosses a snow covered crosswalk while carrying shopping bags, along Fifth Avenue in New York
People hold Zara and H&M shopping bags at a shopping district in central Madrid
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Shoppers walk through the rain in the pedestrian zone in the southern German city of Stuttgart