In the spirit of World Cup competition, we're holding our own tournament in search of the Better Stock Today. We're pitting 32 companies against each other and you, the reader, will determine the winner.
Consumer Goods analyst Sean O'Reilly makes the case for Lululemon in this match-up. He believes Lululemon's problems, which have included increased competition for its yoga apparel as well as management issues, are all in the past. With its new chief executive officer, Laurent Potdevin, at the helm, Lululemon is primed to continue its growth trajectory in the years ahead.
Tech analyst Max Macaluso believes that one of the top reasons to be an Apple bull comes down to the company's growth potential and foray into some of the tech sector's hottest new markets. While some investors have questioned Apple's ability to innovate over the last few years, the company not only looks poised to release a new iPhone but has also entered the Internet of Things and wearables spaces with its HomeKit and HealthKit tools. In addition, its dividend, strong balance sheet, and strategy to grow its core business also make this a stock to be enthusiastic about today.
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