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This company has navigated the trade war perhaps better than any other retailer.
It appears the growth in the men's category may not be a flash in the pan.
LULU is trading around above $200 after blowout earnings.
Lululemon's earnings results are leading to even more gains for shareholders already rewarded handsomely in 2019.
LULU rocked its recent earnings report and is killing it, generally -- and here is why.
I'm setting up for a one-day sell-the-news although I'm torn where to target.
In my opinion, MA is a good one, otherwise it would not be on my book.
A more defensive posture may be needed ahead of its upcoming earnings release.
Most retailers do not, but here are a few that have the right story.
Levi's management has a solid roadmap ahead, but it might be reaching too high post-IPO.
The problem is that the Fed's mission has moved beyond their mandate.
With these retailers you truly can say 'if the number is good then buy these stocks.'
If history repeats itself and LULU again over-delivers after under-promising, it should hit the $190-$200 range before summer's end.
Lululemon Athletica has been executing well for some time now.
The stores that are catering to the super haves and the super have-nots are the winners.
The company's expansion beyond its North American home base could offer the most upside to the stock as it continues its surge.
The maker of athletic apparel continues to take a larger lead over its retail peers.
LULU is our 'Stock of the Day' at Real Money.
It can be enlightening to embrace the idea that no one really knows what will happen next and to approach the market from that standpoint.
Neither buyers nor sellers showed much conviction, and stocks just drifted around.
This softness in energy pricing, though not good for the oil patch, and certainly a negative for the railroads, will help in two ways.
An ear to the ground on the runway rather than the trading floor could be the key to catching the retail stocks that are on their way up rather than down.
As usual, the stocks that bounce back first are the tech stocks with little Chinese exposure and the consumer packaged goods that just demonstrated good numbers.
Retail may be a cutthroat business right now, but these stocks have risen above the pack.
The trend could well sustain growth for years to come as more women flock to denim products.
The consumer is alive, well, and might benefit from a thaw with China and easy to get jobs. So would Boeing and Caterpillar.