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Lululemon Athletica Inc. (LULU)

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
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448.43-5.98 (-1.32%)
At close: 04:00PM EST
448.44 +0.01 (+0.00%)
After hours: 07:57PM EST
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  • J
    Joel
    Some of these retail stocks have popped on earnings and some pandemic stocks went the other way.

    I love this stock but I just wonder if it’s going to correct post earnings big time if it doesn’t show good numbers given the massive YTD run.

    I’d love to see a 10% bump but thinking 15% the other way could be just as likely.
    Bullish
  • M
    MIKE
    lulu is not shrinking margins. they don't even have any "sale" items. they have tremendous pricing power. this is not any random brand
    Bullish
  • t
    tim
    Could the Mirror investment be enough to see $LULU continue ascent through new covid variant?
  • J
    JOHN
    Should be $500 soon because.....I don't know....can't think of a financial justification. Just because....
  • E
    Eighty
    $500 a comin'
  • J
    Jeff
    I have been here since $120 a rocket
    Bullish
  • S
    Steve
    I don't own lulu but I was at a long Island mall today. Most of the stores were empty, but Lululemon was extremely busy. Lots of shoppers. GL
  • P
    Phillip
    Pair of jeans: $20

    Pair of lulu pants: $120

    But gee, I'm "cool" if I wear the lulu pants!
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    Lululemon Athletica reached an all time high at 475.00
  • J
    Joel
    First trading day after earnings. We opening at 375 or 525 ?

    I don’t see this have a quiet day.
  • R
    RIch
    Visited local store this weekend. Feel pretty good. Store was busy. From wealthy older couples to college kids. Employee said they don't have as much merch as they'd like but not too bad. Most importantly, he said the men's clothing are selling really well. Big growth opp there
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    Lululemon Athletica reached an all time high at 442.79
  • S
    Stockpicker
    This is the next Under Armor, was hot and carried insane valuation then it hit a wall got too big, traded margins for growth but tanked. I see this settling at $200….once it makes $10-12/share
  • j
    joseph
    Very nice "Cup" pattern...we're in the Handle now...could take off from here :)
    Bullish
  • C
    Craig
    This stock is due for a 20-30 percent haircut...and it’s coming sooner than you think
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    Lululemon Athletica reached an all time high at 483.60
  • C
    Craig
    This stock is way overbought..it needs a good haircut before considering opening a position in it..other stocks look more attractive in long run..
  • A
    AndrewF
    I find LULU and NKE bears to be quite comical. Any time either one has a rare bad quarter, the bears come out to say it’s over. These two are market leaders in their respective categories with huge total addressable markets. Anyone who says the Chinese don’t want to wear sexy yoga wear is sorely mistaken. Last time I checked the only companies the Chinese government was interested in squashing like bugs were their own companies, not foreign ones except for the rare exception. China is an authoritarian country, but it is not like the Taliban who would never allow their women to dress in LULU yoga pants. The argument Jane and Shaggy make about China being a dead end couldn’t be further from the truth. This last quarter should’ve sent the bears heading for the hills. The stock price is a lagging, not a leading indicator for how well the business is doing. LULU is firing on all cylinders, is still growing earnings rapidly, and still vastly underserves the world with its products. The long pause in the stock price may have seemed like the top but here we are having taking out the old highs.
    Bullish
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    Mike T
    For a retailer, this stock is way overvalued but people love to buy high sell lower. That's human nature.
  • T
    Ted
    Nike shares fall as supply chain havoc leads retailer to slash revenue forecast will be a industry problem
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