LULU has fleas. In 2013 its signature leggings were sheer enough to see through. They took a Public relations hit. In 2015 they had to recall sweatshirts. The stock dropped 21% for a day when the new spring line was "lacking depth in color." Their cash flow is dropping. They have a small short ratio which means they don't have a lot of buying power in reserve? Will the recent rise soon vanish with the national crisis?
I wouldn't think of buying this unless it went back around 48ish.
LULU is a good company with good fundamentals and now it has great technicals to boot. Going to $75 in the next month. Shorties are gonna get crushed on this
Lululemon and ivivva are listed on a newly launched and unique shopping website, http://Brandegory.com. As Lululemon and ivivva have online battles regarding the sale of fake goods and the practices of many online resellers, Brandegory.com may actually develop into a supportive financially significant direction. The site solely focuses on connecting consumers with brand owner websites. Individually the websites of brand owners are constrained – shoppers are attracted by collectives, as illustrated by people shopping at a mall. By providing a collective online presence for brand owner websites, the Brandegory.com concept could help Lululemon's and ivivva's websites (and those of other brands owners) become a more significant online shopping destination. While not significant now, the Brandegory.com concept, “Shop Brands at Brandegory.com”, is intriguing and potentially significant in the important online sales segment.
Rising with good volume. Bullish technical indication at stoxline. A break of 63.86 could move it up to 74.59 in short term.
This is one of the few athleisure retailers to perform well on earnings. if investors don't trust retail enough to take the shares higher, then maybe they should put themselves up for sale or look to go private.
OUCH, did you see what they reported for margins? Get ready for the drop. This initial jump aint the real thing. Just watch. Ouch, bad margin compression.