Michael Kors Holdings

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Michael Kors Holdings Limited is an American luxury fashion company that was established in 1981 by designer Michael Kors. The company is known for apparel, footwear, watches, handbags and other accessories.
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TOP PICK
TOP PICK
June 6, 2017

*Short* Bricks and mortar is getting killed. There are way more losers in bricks and mortar then winners. This one is a loser. Management is essentially guiding to lower margins, lower EPS, lower revenue and more store closings. (Analysts’ price target is $36.)

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*Short* Bricks and mortar is getting killed. There are way more losers in bricks and mortar then winners. This one is a loser. Management is essentially guiding to lower margins, lower EPS, lower revenue and more store closings. (Analysts’ price target is $36.)

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
April 18, 2017

*Short* Not a valuation call, but a call on retail, and one in particular. Even management has guided towards lower earnings, lower margins and lower revenue. Struggling from a retail perspective, and retail in general is struggling. Thinks retailers are attractive Shorts overall. (Analysts’ price target is $40.)

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*Short* Not a valuation call, but a call on retail, and one in particular. Even management has guided towards lower earnings, lower margins and lower revenue. Struggling from a retail perspective, and retail in general is struggling. Thinks retailers are attractive Shorts overall. (Analysts’ price target is $40.)

WATCH
WATCH
November 14, 2016

It has been in a bit of a base. If it broke out above $60 it could be quite bullish. It looks like around $40 is the floor if it breaks to the downside.

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It has been in a bit of a base. If it broke out above $60 it could be quite bullish. It looks like around $40 is the floor if it breaks to the downside.

DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
May 30, 2016

This is a classic fail of a technical break out. It is not a great thing. If you get a breakout and a fail, where it moves back to the area of consolidation then it is not a great thing. It will probably try to base out again for a long while. It could even break down.

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This is a classic fail of a technical break out. It is not a great thing. If you get a breakout and a fail, where it moves back to the area of consolidation then it is not a great thing. It will probably try to base out again for a long while. It could even break down.

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
August 27, 2015

(A Top Pick July 23/14. Down 47.03%.) Sold it in March at $68. Made a little bit of money. Same-store sales really started dropping off and there were concerns about discounting. They are looking to expand into the overseas markets quite a bit, but is this the right time to do those things?

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(A Top Pick July 23/14. Down 47.03%.) Sold it in March at $68. Made a little bit of money. Same-store sales really started dropping off and there were concerns about discounting. They are looking to expand into the overseas markets quite a bit, but is this the right time to do those things?

DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
April 16, 2015

The entry-level luxury market is a very risky one. It could be the flavour of the week where consumers cannot buy enough of it, and that could shift very quickly. Once everyone has one of their products, that ends up being it.

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The entry-level luxury market is a very risky one. It could be the flavour of the week where consumers cannot buy enough of it, and that could shift very quickly. Once everyone has one of their products, that ends up being it.

COMMENT
COMMENT
December 12, 2014

The timing as to when this started falling out of bed had nothing to do with oil prices, but was in the early to mid-summer. This was one of those fantastic 5-6 year run stocks. An incredibly high multiple company for many years. However, coming into 2014, the multiple was in the 30s. Now back to an 18 multiple. Same-store sales growth abroad is rapid, so they are growing in Asia and other places at 30%-40%, but on a much smaller base. He just recently bought this. His view is that it is still going to grow at 20%-25% and the valuation is reasonable again.

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The timing as to when this started falling out of bed had nothing to do with oil prices, but was in the early to mid-summer. This was one of those fantastic 5-6 year run stocks. An incredibly high multiple company for many years. However, coming into 2014, the multiple was in the 30s. Now back to an 18 multiple. Same-store sales growth abroad is rapid, so they are growing in Asia and other places at 30%-40%, but on a much smaller base. He just recently bought this. His view is that it is still going to grow at 20%-25% and the valuation is reasonable again.

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
December 4, 2014

(A Top Pick Oct 17/13. Up 3.77%.) They have beaten earnings 8 quarters in a row and are trading at 18X forward earnings with a 20% long-term growth rate. The market is concerned about inventory levels, as well as some of the discounting that is happening in the stores.

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(A Top Pick Oct 17/13. Up 3.77%.) They have beaten earnings 8 quarters in a row and are trading at 18X forward earnings with a 20% long-term growth rate. The market is concerned about inventory levels, as well as some of the discounting that is happening in the stores.

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
October 16, 2014

(A Top Pick October 17/13. Down 2.27%.) The concerns are really about international markets and luxury purchases. However, only 15% of their revenues come from outside of North America. There was also concern about inventory built ups. His sources say that Michael Kors is still very hot with 20-30 year-olds. At today’s prices, you are getting this at .75 PEG ratio. Reporting in a couple of weeks, and if earnings are still on track and the momentum is still there with sales, this is a pretty cheap stock.

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(A Top Pick October 17/13. Down 2.27%.) The concerns are really about international markets and luxury purchases. However, only 15% of their revenues come from outside of North America. There was also concern about inventory built ups. His sources say that Michael Kors is still very hot with 20-30 year-olds. At today’s prices, you are getting this at .75 PEG ratio. Reporting in a couple of weeks, and if earnings are still on track and the momentum is still there with sales, this is a pretty cheap stock.

HOLD
HOLD
September 11, 2014

Continues to be a great name. Some of the weakness can be contributed to consumer discretionary names weakening a bit. There are also some current concerns on inventory build in the company. Currently trading at 17X forward earnings. With a 23% long term growth rate, that gives a PEG ratio of .7. Anything under 1 is quite good in this environment. Expanding their retail presence in North America with 400 stores expected. Only 20% of revenues are coming from outside North America.

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Continues to be a great name. Some of the weakness can be contributed to consumer discretionary names weakening a bit. There are also some current concerns on inventory build in the company. Currently trading at 17X forward earnings. With a 23% long term growth rate, that gives a PEG ratio of .7. Anything under 1 is quite good in this environment. Expanding their retail presence in North America with 400 stores expected. Only 20% of revenues are coming from outside North America.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
August 11, 2014

Outperformed in last earnings release. 87% of revenue is accessories. 74 different countries. They have wholesale activity as well as retail.

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Outperformed in last earnings release. 87% of revenue is accessories. 74 different countries. They have wholesale activity as well as retail.

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TOP PICK
July 23, 2014

Weakness is due to the assumption that inventories have been growing a bit more, and there has been a little bit more sale product going on than normal. He feels these are just normal ways of business. The recent drop presents a pretty good buying opportunity. Trading at 20X PE with a 20%+ growth rate. Assuming the growth rate continues, this has a PEG ratio below 1. They’ll continue to gain market share. They have products that are more value oriented and more for high-end. 72% of their revenues come from the US, so there is lots of opportunity going into the international markets like Europe and Japan. Also, e-commerce is an opportunity for them going forward.

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Weakness is due to the assumption that inventories have been growing a bit more, and there has been a little bit more sale product going on than normal. He feels these are just normal ways of business. The recent drop presents a pretty good buying opportunity. Trading at 20X PE with a 20%+ growth rate. Assuming the growth rate continues, this has a PEG ratio below 1. They’ll continue to gain market share. They have products that are more value oriented and more for high-end. 72% of their revenues come from the US, so there is lots of opportunity going into the international markets like Europe and Japan. Also, e-commerce is an opportunity for them going forward.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
July 11, 2014

Phenomenal company. Believes people will continue to have an affinity to them. Recent pullback presents a buying opportunity. In the long term, they will continue to deliver double-digit growth. They have yet to really penetrate Asia and Europe, and that is where the next goal is. Trading at about 22X forward earnings. Believes they will continue to earn high double-digit growth. It will be hard to find another company in the Consumer Discretionary space that has the pricing power and the growth that this company has.

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Phenomenal company. Believes people will continue to have an affinity to them. Recent pullback presents a buying opportunity. In the long term, they will continue to deliver double-digit growth. They have yet to really penetrate Asia and Europe, and that is where the next goal is. Trading at about 22X forward earnings. Believes they will continue to earn high double-digit growth. It will be hard to find another company in the Consumer Discretionary space that has the pricing power and the growth that this company has.

BUY WEAKNESS
BUY WEAKNESS
October 29, 2013

Have done well. High multiple. It’s retail. She would buy on a 10% pull back.

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Have done well. High multiple. It’s retail. She would buy on a 10% pull back.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
October 17, 2013

New Position for him that has done extremely well so far. Affordable luxury segment, competing directly with Coach. International opportunity is in the early innings. They can really grow from here. Cheaper than coach at this point.

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New Position for him that has done extremely well so far. Affordable luxury segment, competing directly with Coach. International opportunity is in the early innings. They can really grow from here. Cheaper than coach at this point.

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