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Today's Open $49.32
Previous Close $49.25
Daily Range $49.32 - $49.89
52-Week Range $44.31 - $60.12
Market Cap $13.7B
P/E Ratio 14.43
Dividend (Yield) $1.35 (2.7%)
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Volume 3,144,219
Average Daily Volume 3,425,986
Current FY EPS $3.15

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HLChin (< 20)
Submitted August 31, 2011

Q4’10 Revenue increase by 18.8%, EPS increased by 33.3% Q1’11 Revenue increase by 14%, EPS increased by 30% Q2’11 Revenue increase by 8.5% EPS increased by 3.6% -- due to higher reference on extra … More

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ptaussig (< 20)
Submitted January 20, 2011

Luxury stocks will take serious hits during this correction or bear market. Coach won't be any different. Chart already looks toppy and valuation looks full.

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Are These 2 Fast-Growing Luxury Brands A Good Investment?

Michael Kors and Restoration Hardware have seen great success by driving more consumers into existing stores, although plans for aggressive expansion and recent stock losses might signal significant upside.

Better Buy: Michael Kors, Coach, or Kate Spade?

High-end fashion can be a very profitable business. Which one is the right bet for your portfolio: Michael Kors, Coach, or Kate Spade?

Why Coach Has Been a Fashionable Buy

Coach's current valuation presents a buying opportunity because it has a sound turnaround plan.

The Three Best Ways to Play the Chinese Market

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Forget China: Michael Kors' Real Growth Market Is Europe

Michael Kors is giving age-old European fashion brands like Louis Vuitton a run for their money.

Happier Shoppers Won't Solve Coach's Problems

Yesterday's announced rise in U.S. retail sales is welcome news to companies like Gap and Coach, but it's not enough to get them out of trouble.

Why "Smart Fashion" Could Save lululemon athletica and Coach

lululemon athletica and Coach are two distinctly different companies, although both stocks are down considerably year to date. Here's a look at how "smart fashion" -- a blend of technology and style -- could turn things around for these ailing retailers.

All Luxury Brand Growth in China Is Not Created Equal

Growth of aspirational-luxury accessories is set to take off in the Far East and investors should profit, but not necessarily those who own shares of Michael Kors.

Should Michael Kors Worry About Tory Burch Stealing its Thunder?

Tory Burch, probably Michael Kors's biggest competitor, is making a push into men's accessories and activewear. What does this mean for the king of practical luxury?

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Coach (COH) Description

The Company is a American marketer of fine accessories and gifts for men and women. Its product offerings include handbags, women's and men's accessories, footwear, outerwear, business cases, sunwear, watches, travel bags, jewelry and fragrance. Website: http://www.coach.com/

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