Lululemon's Growing Pains

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Shares of lululemon athletica (NASDAQ: LULU  ) were down this week after the retailer pulled its popular black yoga pants from the shelves after it realized the pants were too sheer. When asked about the fabric on a conference call with analysts, CEO Christine Day said that the only way to know is “to put on the pants and bend over.” Should investors be worried about the company’s quality control? In this installment of Motley Fool Money, our analysts talk about the future of the embattled retailer.

Lululemon has the potential to grow its sales by 10 times if it can penetrate its other markets like it has in Canada; but, without question, the competitive landscape is starting to increase. Can Lululemon fight off larger retailers like Gap and Nordstrom, and ultimately deliver huge profits for savvy investors like yourself? The Motley Fool answers these questions and more in our most in-depth Lululemon research available for smart investors like you. Thousands have already claimed their own premium ticker coverage, and you can gain instant access to your own by clicking here now.

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