Athletic apparel provider Lululemon has an elevated P/E ratio of 39.56 and faces a negative weekly chart on a negative reaction to earnings.
Shares of apparel maker Lululemon rallied to 2012 resistance for the fourth time in December 2017 and could finally break out.
Lululemon reports earnings with an above-market P/E ratio of 32.03 and does not pay a dividend.
Facebook regained its crown as the best company to work for in the U.S., marking the third time it has won the title.
Analysts expect Amazon to expand its physical locations and to buy an athleisure maker.
Shares are charging higher and may complete the last phase of a multi-year inverse head and shoulders breakout.
Lululemon is growing its direct to consumer and mens business while eyeing opportunities China.
Analysts issue a double upgrade on shares of the Canadian athleisure player, foreseeing upside in its robust fabric and product innovation.
The athleisure pioneer announced a minority stake in 7mesh as part of its larger 10-year plan.
Express falls nearly 20% while athleisure pioneer Lululemon surprises the Street.