On this segment of Investor Beat, host Chris Hill and Motley Fool analyst Tim Hanson explains why investors should be watching Urban Outfitters. Tim explains that while the company's stock is down this week after recent earnings reports and an investor focus on bad merchandising decisions with its flagship brand, brands Anthropologie and FreePeople are doing very well. Tim sees the stock turning around in the future, and he thinks it is definitely a stock to watch.
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