Another lesson for the uneducated ones: go to key statistics tab for both NKE and LULU. The PEG ratio, which adjusts the P/E for future growth (forward five-year growth rate) is 1.68x for NKE and 2.17 for LULU. This means LULU is 29% OVERVALUED relative to NKE if one adjusts their relative valuations for growth. Your "growth" differential argument completely breaks down right there. Plus, NKE is a more mature brand with much higher revenue and stronger marketing behind it globally. IT DESERVES A HIGHER P/E MULTIPLE THAN LULU OVER THE LONG RUN JUST DUE TO THAT. Cheers!! See you below $50 on lulu soon.
ok you dumb moron, since you asked for it, let me teach you a bit...go to the analyst estimates tab for NKE and LULU and you will see that next year's revenue for NKE is expected to grow by 9%, while next year's revenue at LULU to grow by 12.2%...almost the same...yet P/E multiple at LULU almost TWICE that of NKE...MCD is a totally different industry and P/E comparison is irrelevant (analysts look at ev/ebitda multiples in the restaurant space, not p/e multiples). LIVE AND LEARN YOU DUMB TOOL!!!!
MCD at 23x earnings, NKE at 26x earnings and LULU at 40x earnings...why does that make any sense?? The previous brands much stronger and growing at the same clip as LULU...$40-50 fair value here. Cheers!
Auditors signed off, but they actually perform any due diligence? Very highly doubtful. They'd sign off on anything as long as they can make a buck. Also, why did three different auditors drop them eventually as a client? That's extremely suspicious. Filing "on time" means absolutely nothing when you plug numbers into an Excel spreadsheet and then file them as your actual financials. Also, what "plants" do they have?? Cannabis plants in their garages perhaps where they make up the financials? That is possible. Other than that, have you personally seen any of their so-called "plants"??
What fundamentals?? All the numbers have been made up....financials are totally worthless!! What exactly are you looking at to arrive at any fundamentals when we have no clue of what the true picture looks like? They've changed auditors three times now in the past few years (I am guessing auditors keep finding huge errors in the books and then just flee before it hits the can and then they may be held liable for signing off on fraudulent financials). I am looking for a parabolic move towards $0 in the very near term.