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NYSE:GES

20.18
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(A Top Pick April 26/16. Up 33%.) *Short* They had a lot of competition. He is still Short.

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*Short* They’ve lost 24% in terms of revenue over the last couple of years. Margins are down to about 5%. Part of the issue is that their principal product, denim, is down and there is huge competition for it. They sell largely to millennial’s who are a little more price conscious. Not vertically integrated, so they are going to third-party vendors to produce the product with the design specs they put out. This could easily be 35%-40% down from here. Dividend yield of 6.47%.

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*SHORT* This company is really struggling. A retailer whose operating profit has declined annually by 24% in the past 3 years. Revenue has declined by 6%. Predominantly a denim company that does jeans. Denim essentially is in decline. The demographic they cater to is predominantly young people, 18-30 year olds, who have essentially been hurt the hardest by the slowdown in the economy. Dividend yield of 4.89%.

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(A Top Pick Feb 15/12. Down 19.58%.) Retail is tough because you have to get the fashion right. They also got caught with rising input costs. Also, have a fairly large base in Italy, which has not been doing well. He holds it because he likes the model. Expanding their store base internationally. Asia is growing very, very well along with northern Europe and Russia. Thinks management will get the fashion right.

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(A Top Pick April 27/11. Now 26.6%.) Has some exposure to Europe which has affected the stock. Long-term it has great opportunities. Expanding its store base rapidly. Growth areas in the Middle East and China and India. Still likes.
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(Top Pick Apr 27/11, Down 10.49%) Earns coming out after the close tonight.
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Apparel company. Growing in a very formularic way. Lots of exposure to Europe, which is why the stock price is depressed. Great entry point. Growth plans in Asia are very robust. A good solid growth story that over time will rid itself of the stories of the day that are depressing the price.
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Retailer and the catalyst is their international operations. Growing very rapidly. In 2005 20% of revenues came from outside of North America but last year 50% came from outside. 388 stores in Europe and Middle East. Their 5 year plan is to have 900 stores.
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Guess Inc(GES-N) Rating

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On 2021-10-27, Guess Inc (GES-N) stock closed at a price of $20.18.