I forgot that book value is how companies are valued.
TSLA has a $700M book value and a 27B market value. How much did you short TSLA?
Today's consumer shops mainly on line. Just have approx 50 units in the prominent retail centers of the US for exposure. Take a look at Nordstrom, Crate & Barrel, or LLBean: few locations, prominent exposure, high sales per sq ft. a substantial web business.
lululemon is on the top of the list, but that is because they believe it will be taken private by chip, not because the brand is going away. very misleading article. the brand will continue on, whether it is private or public.
Looks like the fall is shaping up to be Note 4 season. Yup yup. 16 cores and 6.5 inches of gorgeous screen real estate. Hands down yo best fone. It's tite. The fone is tite. It's tite yo. Tite.
What is wrong with this company? When you think of it, these missteps are what's battering the stock and the mismanagement is out of control.
With Lululemon's stock collapsing each day, it's troubles continue to mount. With competitors like Gap, inc. Athleta and Nike continuing to take market share and customers it's no wonder that management has turned to desperation. Many are calling for the stock to fall another 50%, and that's on the heals of an already 50% loss for investors. This is a classic example of poor execution coupled with a fad product and dismal financials. Earnings fell near 60%, unheard of in a industry which finds competitors flourishing. Under Armour, best of breed, and Nike making a good show. The Gaps Athleta brand showing how for half the price women will respect you as the go to spot for all their athletic needs. It just goes to show that overpriced product and utter arrogance and insulting your core customer is no way to run a brand. When they die the die hard.