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Let's check out how the charts fit for this recent IPO.
Companies that want to survive in this world need better tech -- tech that individualizes, tech that tells the story, tech that keeps it current, tech that keeps customers happy.
LEVI is plunging as Wall Street pans its latest quarterly results, but I'll buy shares if they fall much further.
My overall market posture has been one of leaning toward the defensive. I have no intention of making this stance permanent.
Let's check and see how LEVI fits traders and investors.
As we wind down the trading week and I get my notes together, we have little in the way of economic data and earnings reports coming at us on Monday. Currently the first expected earnings reports for next week are slotted for Tuesday and include Lev...
As we enter fall, Levi Strauss & Co. is in its stronger half of the year.
Shares of the jeans maker have yet to earn their technical stripes as a long since Levi's March initial public offering.
Coming up after the close, we have a decent number of earnings reports coming at us -- a bit smaller than this morning but there are still some key ones to pay attention to including Microsoft . Here's the full list: Bank OZK Bright Scholar Educatio...
Levi's management has a solid roadmap ahead, but it might be reaching too high post-IPO.
Blaming the costs of coming public as your reasoning for a sharp drop in net income isn't a great look.
Levi Strauss & Co. missed expectations, but the iconic brand has history and an aggressive strategy, so here's how loyalists can play the stock.
This stock should be much lower, maybe back to where it came public.
Now that things have corrected, LEVI stock might be offering some opportunities.
The jeans maker went public in March and doesn't offer much price action to work with, so it's challenging to draw conclusions about the stock's direction post-earnings.
The second post-IPO quarterly report of the jeans maker disappoints.
Just how much more optimism is out there for Uber, Slack, Palantir, and possibly Airbnb?
The global denim jeans market in the U.S. is set to grow from $66 billion in 2018 to over $85 billion in 2025.
The trend could well sustain growth for years to come as more women flock to denim products.
When you break down the net income number it really isn't that impressive.
The apparel maker is convincing investors that its growth thesis might be a comfortable fit.
This week is shaping up to be a big one for these names.
Here's how I approach IPOs and what I think about Lyft.
File this one under interesting. Amid all the Lyft IPO talk and the success of the recent offering of Levi Strauss that has led to a number of other going public filings from the likes of Pinterest, Zoom and others, this morning I see something t...
Taken together they create a worrisome picture, one that can explain why it wasn't just the banks that fell on the inversion news.