Consumer Countdown for Oct. 15

In today's Consumer Countdown, consumer goods analysts Michael Finarelli and Sean O'Reilly join Mark Reeth to discuss all the biggest news in their sector, including Expedia's recent dive, what happened with Whirlpool, and if Potbelly really is "grossly overvalued."

Then, the guys play a few round of "Yea or Nay" to figure out if they agree with several recent analyst upgrades and downgrades, including those for Coach and lululemon athletica. After that they break down some of the big news around Take-Two Interactive, Netflix, and Macy's with a quick round of Buy, Sell, or Hold.

Finally, both Sean and Mike tell you which stocks they'll be keeping their eyes on this week, and why you should be watching them as well.

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  • Report this Comment On October 16, 2013, at 6:54 AM, Axman72 wrote:

    Great commentary guys; completely agree with Mr. Finarelli on his points and forecast.

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