This Retailer Looks Dirt Cheap

The following video is part of our "Talking Stocks" series, in which Motley Fool research analysts Catherine Baab-Muguira and Lyons George discuss trends across the investing universe.

In today's edition, Catherine and Lyons discuss fashion retail and what may be one of the cheapest retail stocks today. Guess? was once a hot brand, but the stock price is the hottest thing about the company today. With a solid balance sheet, including $500 million in cash and little debt, Guess? stocks looks dirt cheap. And there's the attractive 3% dividend yield. Should you buy Guess? stock now?

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