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PVH Corp. (PVH)

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69.98+4.26 (+6.48%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
70.00 +0.02 (+0.03%)
After hours: 07:50PM EDT
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    Sam
    looks like we just have to wait for guidance on earnings. Morningstar, CFRA, CS, Wells all have over 100 PT, mostly over 120 on this. Gotta believe that this will come back.
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    Price
    This is getting to be an interesting story. Maybe the analysts are too high with estimates but if it guides down to $8-9 in earnings what you have here is a PE of about 9 on reduced earnings. This is one of those cases if a company has excess cash to use it to purchase a few shares. Reducing the float would be great to keep eps at a decent level. I am definitely a buyer at 70 and any lower it becomes a screaming buy. But you need to hold it for a few years and maybe thru a market correction. Issue is no div to speak of but idle cash does not earn much now so the opportunity cost is very low to hold this now.
  • J
    Jeff
    Good time to buy, just like Express yesterday when it was down 8% in earning morning trading.
  • a
    asdfasdf
    full year guidance up this should roll
  • W
    William
    Year ago high price was $154.21. Quality company at a steep discount. Time to buy !
  • S
    Sam
    value investing sometimes feels like catching a falling knife. FB at $18, AAPL at 380 presplit, Google at sub 1000 just 9 months ago. Why would one well at current level when pops has been cut in half, when the forward PE is under 7 and trading below book?
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    Peter
    This is one of the most frustrating stocks there is. Unreal action at 9x this fiscal years earnings, and 8x next year’s earnings.... 25% discount multiple to $RL, $PVH, Prada in HK trading. Different animal in LVMH, but a 70% multiple discount to them too.... just nuts. Staying long and strong until $75+ later this year with Versace integration and synergies
  • S
    Sam
    I think the selloff is way overdone. slight beat on top line, plus they only reduced the guidance by $1 and the stock got cut in half... still PE of 8 using nongap. No rev decrease... share buyback increase. all looking ok fundamentally.
  • S
    Stockguru
    Up $5 per-market due to an upgrade. I dont see that lasting. Maybe its an upgrade to get clients out of the name. We shall see.
  • S
    Shaggy
    Oops, Five Below had a legitimate drop, missed on revs, but beat on earnings.
  • C
    Cloudknight
    PVH book value $81
    EPS $8
    THis will be $easly $60 next year 100% return
  • G
    Gospel
    Investing right now will be at every wise individual list. In few weeks you'll be ecstatic with the decision you made today
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    Nicholas
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  • j
    jian
    pvh: stock price too low,
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    GSChina
    Short the stock tomorrow morning.
  • S
    Shaggy
    Big money boys aren't content with making money by merely shorting stocks and dumping the prices, the prices in the retail and fashion sectors have been so contracted that they have had to resort to a new tactic. Dump prices in the morning, buy, run the prices up and dump before lunch, that way they make 7 to 8 dollars on the swing trades. Same manipulation, just a different approach to the game.
  • B
    Benzman
    Future mergers in Textiles could be in the offering.
  • S
    Shaggy
    Wow, all of the reporting stocks have people fishing for traders who have automatic sell points programmed. The fake drop came through on both PVH and WSM, will check FIVE now.
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    Dexter
    30% drop in 5 days is brutal
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    Sam
    "Concerns on lower demand in Europe and inflation headwinds hit Capri Holdings (CPRI -14.0%), PVH Corp (PVH -10.5%), Ralph Lauren (RL -7.4%), Canada Goose (GOOS -4.9%) and Kontoor Brands (KTB -5.6%). There is also some worries about the apparel sector lapping the stimulus-boosted quarters from the spring and summer of last year. Hedgeye's Brian McGough expects that this year is going to be a painful "mean reversion year" for apparel spending in both units per capita and average price per garment, which will pressure every apparel retailer."