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Paul asks…

More stock market help?

Im part of the Wall Street Society financial club at my school, and this week I will be giving a group presentation on the topic of consumer discretionary stocks. Im supposed to choose a stock that I really believe in and I want the club to invest in. (This is somewhat like the one I asked yesterday). But anyway, Ive narrowed down my options to Macy’s (M), Marvel (MVL), and Matsushita (MC). Which of these three do you think would be most promising for a long term investment? Any other suggestions for better companies would be thoroughly appreciated. Thanks in advance

financi4 answers:

I agree that Macy’s would probably be best, but I would encourage you to look at American Eagle Outfitters (AEO). I own the Company for my portfolio, and would be more than willing to send you one of my analyses on the Company if you would be interested. The analysis is a few months old, but it still remains largely accurate of the Company’s position (I can include some of the newest developments for you to look at as well). The Company has a huge cash position, a 20% buyback program, no long-term debt, and new growth initiatives, all which bode well for its long-term future as a profitable company. It is also a company that many people in school would be familiar with, which might make it a bit more intriguing. Consumer discretionary stocks are a hard place to be right now, so the stock needs to have a strong dividend, large buyback and strong balance sheet, which will help the Company weather this storm, all of which AEO has. Just my personal opinion, feel free to contact me at nycigllc@yahoo.com if you are interested in the information.

Best of luck on your presentation!

Brendan Prewitt

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