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Is the recent price markup in the stock a reason to bail out now or is the momentum just beginning?

Shares of The Gap popped up nearly 9% Friday on better-than-expected October same-store sales numbers. This comes four days after Goldman Sachs downgraded the stock from a "buy" to "neutral".

The parent of its eponymous stores as well as Banana Republic and Old Navy is up 32% in 2013 but it's been a volatile year for the stock.

Is the recent price markup in the stock a reason to bail out now or is the momentum just beginning?

On CNBC's Street Signs' Talking Numbers segment, The Gap is analyzed from the fundamentals and technicals perspectives.

On the fundamentals is Marc Lichtenfeld, Chief Income Strategist at The Oxford Group. On the technicals is Katie Stockton, Chief Technical Strategist at BTIG.

Watch the video above to see Lichtenfeld and Stockton debate what's next for The Gap.

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