Consumer Countdown for Thursday, Oct. 24

In today's Consumer Countdown, the Motley Fool's consumer goods team takes a look at some of the big earnings announcements in their sector from the past few days.

First the team discusses some of today's big earnings announcements, including Under Armour,Sirius XM, and IMAX. Then, they take a look back at some of the big headlines from the past few days, including Lumber Liquidators getting its confidence back, Lorillard seeing e-cig sales grow, Six Flags having a great quarter, and Skechers getting unfairly punished.

After that, the guys discuss an old bet about Safeway, and then they make some new bets about the futures of Altria and Hershey (NYSE: HSY  ) . Finally, the team takes a look ahead at which stocks they're watching next week.

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