The first day of trading for Canada Goose (GOOS) won't be without its share of controversy. More than a dozen PETA activists stood outside the New York Stock Exchange Thursday to protest the company's animal rights policies One activist TheStreet talked to said she thinks Canada Goose shares are a "sad" investment. She also expected shares to "tank" as more people become aware of the company's practices. PETA objects to Canada Goose's use of coyote fur trim and goose down. The organization plans to buy the minimum number of shares required to attend Canada Goose's annual general meeting. Buying is a strategy that has worked for PETA in the past. Tesla (TSLA) adopted vegan leather for its car interiors after PETA raised the issue at the company's annual general meeting. The Street's Jim Cramer Suggests Burlington (BURL) as an alternative retail play
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