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Lululemon: Underappreciated Monster

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Release Date: 09/09/2021

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German software giant SAP increases guidance for the 3rd time this fiscal year. Vimeo pops 12% on good results in September. Emily Flippen analyzes those stories along with the latest results from JPMorgan Chase.   Got suggestions for our upcoming “Apropos Of Nothing” episode? Send them to !

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Constellation Brands serves up mixed 2nd-quarter results. Norwegian Cruise Lines’ CEO believes they’ll be at full capacity by April 2022. Alicia Alfiere analyzes those stories, discusses an ongoing dilemma investors face with their portfolios, and shares a stock on her watchlist.

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Shares of the social network fall 5% as Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp go dark for 6 hours. Pepsi posts strong results for Q3 and raises revenue guidance for the year. Asit Sharma analyzes those stories and discusses whether regulatory risk is big enough to dissuade one from investing in mega-cap companies like Amazon.

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Dollar Tree pops on an increased share buyback plan and strategy to selectively increase prices. Online eyeglasses retailer Warby Parker goes public via direct listing. Asit Sharma analyzes those stories and shares why he’s a fan of British software development company Endava.

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Mastercard enters the world of “buy now, pay later”. Spotify launches its first global campaign to win over advertisers. Jason Moser analyzes those stories and answers a listener question about buying more shares of a stock after its fallen.

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