Ralph Lauren Corporation Class A (RL)

65.96
NYSE
Prev Close 64.89
Day Low/High 64.08 / 66.39
52 Wk Low/High 59.82 / 128.29
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 73.06B
Market Cap 4.74B
P/E Ratio 13.76
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)
Day Ahead: Finding a Happy Place

Day Ahead: Finding a Happy Place

No news consumption, just old-school reading on investing.

The Day Ahead: Searching for Dying Roots

The Day Ahead: Searching for Dying Roots

Widespread concern regarding Spanish and Greek bank runs is a special type of follicle.

The Day Ahead: Perplexing Blind Faith

The Day Ahead: Perplexing Blind Faith

The signals are negative and investors' nerves are a mess, yet belief in the market remains inexplicably firm.

The State of the Commodity Trade

The State of the Commodity Trade

Companies that produce commodities are getting sold, and companies that consume commodities are getting bought.

Daily Recap of the Charts, May 2

Daily Recap of the Charts, May 2

Scott Redler of T3Live review the day's market action and sets up your trading plan for the next session.

How to Handle Growth-Stock Selloffs

How to Handle Growth-Stock Selloffs

To prepare for this kind of selling storm, buy deep-in-the-money calls.

Don't Change Strategy on One Data Point

Don't Change Strategy on One Data Point

Stephanie Link, director of research at TheStreet, says after a 12% increase in the S&P 500 a market correction is understandable, but don't change your whole strategy on the jobs number.

Taking Profits Is Logical On This Correction

Taking Profits Is Logical On This Correction

Stephanie Link, director of research at TheStreet, says after a 12% increase in the S&P 500 a market correction is understandable.

Weather Worries Are Hogwash

I think apparel's going higher because job growth is getting better -- not because of a warm March.

The Day Ahead: Have Caffeine & Antacids Handy

The Day Ahead: Have Caffeine & Antacids Handy

Proceed with caution out of the starting blocks.

Ralph Lauren estimates lowered at UBS

Coming to Terms With Growth

Coming to Terms With Growth

Before we look at today's surge in growth stocks, let's get some terminology straight.

Today's Trades

Here are the details of today's prtfolio moves. Today, I covered the following shorts: Goldman Sachs (GS), Polo Ralph Lauren (RL) and SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (SPY; common and calls). And I added to/initiated the following longs: ProShares UltraShort ...

Raise a Glass With SAM

Raise a Glass With SAM

Those looking for some small-cap speculation might want to drink in the profits that Boston Beer is brewing up.

Covered Polo Short

I exited this trade at $172.28. Besides Goldman Sachs (GS), I have just covered my Polo Ralph Lauren (RL) short as well at $172.28.

Retail Short Strategy

I just shorted more Ralph Lauren at $176.90 and have orders to initiate a short in Market Vectors Retail ETF. A couple of shorts have come back into my price levels, including Polo Ralph Lauren (RL). My view is that the warm weather pulled forward s...

Polo Getting Whacked

Last week's favorite short, Ralph Lauren (RL), is getting jiggy to the downside.

Added to Ralph Lauren Short

I shorted more shares. I added to my Polo Ralph Lauren (RL) short today.

Ralph Lauren upgraded at Argus

Favorite Long and Short

No surprises here. Favorite long: ProShares UltraShort 20+ Year Treasury Bond Fund (TBT) Favorite short: Polo Ralph Lauren (RL)

Cramer: Lots to Like in Retail

Cramer: Lots to Like in Retail

Jim Cramer breaks down the recent January retail sales number and reveals the best way to play the sector.

Added to Two Shorts

They are Ralph Lauren and EFA. I added to shorts in Polo Ralph Lauren (RL) and iShares MSCI EAFE Index Fund (EFA) today.

Short the High End

High-end and luxury retailers could be excellent shorts in slowing domestic and European economies. I am looking for shorts that will benefit from slowing economic growth in the U.S. and Europe. For starters, consider a Polo Ralph Lauren (RL) short ...

This Surge Could Be Just Getting Started

This Surge Could Be Just Getting Started

The question isn't whether it's too early to get in -- it isn't. The question is how to find buyable stocks.

No Love for Nordstrom

No Love for Nordstrom

I've been caught up in the hype around this company's earnings too many times.

Riding Ralph Lauren Higher?

Riding Ralph Lauren Higher?

It had great earnings and manages to stay fashionable. But it's pricey.

Ralph Lauren numbers upped at Goldman

Fear Factor

Fear Factor

Many money managers are trying to talk me into being scared. They are the scared ones.