Stacey Widlitz is the president of SW Retail Advisors, a consulting firm with offices in London and New York. She advises institutional investors as well as retailers with a need for International expertise in the consumer sector. Stacey is also a CNBC Contributor.Expand

After receiving an MBA from NYU, Widlitz started her career covering retail equities at PaineWebber (now UBS). She held senior analyst positions at UBS, SG Cowen, Fulcrum Partners and Pali Capital, where she covered an eclectic group from discounters to luxury. After 12 years of covering retail equities, she launched SW Retail Advisors in 2011. She publishes a monthly newsletter "What You Need to Know Across the Retail Pond."Collapse

The activewear retailer leaves quality-control issues in the rearview and resets the bar for upside possibilities.
Don't get caught in this perpetual investor trap.
But should we buy it from Target and Abercrombie & Fitch?
And it's refreshing to hear WMT thinking more about customer experience.
With expectations grim, kitchen-sink 2014 guidance would be welcome.
Losing those cigarette buyers should prove rather expensive.
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China PMI hovering just above the 50 mark time to start focusing on US luxury players. While they may have li...
A cost-cutting story is not going to cut it in 2014. 
L Brands looks good in the category of 'slow and steady wins.'
The company performed well without giving the farm away

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