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GIL is rallying off of its yearly low. Where is its bargain price?

One of the fundamental differences between growth and value investing lies in the way that the extreme ends of price swings are interpreted and used. Where growth-focused investor view a stock at or near historical highs as a great thing, for example, a value seeker will usually shrug their shoulders and move on to something […]

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3 Apparel & Shoe Stocks To Buy Now

Hibbett, Inc. (HIBB) Hibbett, Inc. together with its subsidiaries, engages in the retail of athletic-inspired fashion products in small and mid-sized communities in the United States. Its stores offer a range of merchandise, including athletic footwear, athletic and fashion apparel, team sports equipment, and related accessories.  Farfetch Limited (FTCH) Farfetch Limited, together with its subsidiaries, […]

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Should you buy FL’s massive discount?

Among the interesting trends I have been watching for most of the last two and a half years, and that has emerged over that period is the shift in consumer focus towards health, wellness and fitness. That includes the clothes we wear for those activities. For most of us, exercise usually means going to the […]

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VFC is rallying off a downward trend low. Is it time to buy?

Uncertainty in the financial markets, and in the economy is usually considered a bad thing, because it makes things more difficult and stressful for everybody. Fear about inflation and whether the Fed will move to aggressively raise interest rates or take a more moderated approach, along with the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine, and […]

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GIL is down more than -27% year-to-date. Is it a smart buy yet?

One of the primary and most basic differences between growth and value investing lies in the way that the extreme ends of price swings are interpreted and used. For a growth-focused investor, seeing a stock at or near historical highs is a great thing, pointing to good signs of continued growth, since stocks tend to […]

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COLM is down -30% in 2022. Is it a bad stock or a great value?

During the last two years, one of the most interesting sectors of the market to pay attention to has been the Consumer Discretionary sector. This is a sector that is driven by consumer spending, which is generally highest when the economy is healthy. The COVID-19 pandemic shuttered all kinds of economic activity through much of […]

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Should you buy COLM’s big discount?

During the last two years, one of the most interesting sectors of the market to pay attention to has been the Consumer Discretionary sector. This is a sector that is driven by consumer spending, which is generally highest when the economy is healthy. The COVID-19 pandemic shuttered all kinds of economic activity through much of […]

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GIL has dropped -14% off of its 52-week high – is it a good time to buy?

One of the primary and most basic differences between growth and value investing lies in the way that the extreme ends of price swings are interpreted and used. For a growth-focused investor, seeing a stock at or near historical highs is a great thing, pointing to good signs of continued growth, since stocks tend to […]

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FL collapsed after its last earnings report – but things might not be as bad as they look

Among the interesting trends I have been watching for most of the last two years, and that emerged, at least in part as a practical response to the global health crisis that has been a centerpiece of any practical economic discussion during that period, has been a shift in consumer focus towards health, wellness and […]

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HBI has name-brand recognition and a nice dividend. Is it worth its stock price?

With tens of thousands of publicly listed stocks available in the U.S. alone, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by the sheer number of stocks that you could consider as a useful investing opportunity at any given time. How can you begin to sort through all of the choices, and all of the noise of market […]

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VFC is nearing its 52-week low. Is it a good value, or a big risk?

Uncertainty in the financial markets, and in the economy is usually considered a bad thing, because it makes things more difficult and stressful for everybody. Fear about inflation, the likelihood of rising interest rates, and the continued impact of a pandemic that is now extending into its third year has taken a toll on the […]

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GIL is consolidating near its 52-week high. Is it too late to buy the stock?

One of the sources of a lot of conversation among talking heads and market analysts in general lies around the “reopening” concept. This theme has been pretty constant for most of the year, even as COVID variants – omicron is just the latest – have extended the health crisis well into 2022, with some experts […]

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KSS is down -20% from its pre-Thanksgiving high, and that looks like a good thing

One of the fairly consistent themes of 2021 has been the impact of the global pandemic on different pockets of the economy. While everybody is anxious to look past the days of social isolation, quarantine and shelter-in-place requirements at the early stages of the crisis, and talk about seeing life get “back to normal,” the […]

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DKS is down -22% from its yearly high and just paid a BIG dividend. Is it a good time to buy?

The Consumer Discretionary sector includes stocks that cover a wide variety of the Retail industry. Because there are so many retail companies that offer different products to consumers, it’s hard to pinpoint any kind of specific niche. In the sporting goods category, there were significant challenges even before COVID-19 became a global pandemic. Declining revenues […]

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