The recent run-up in the market would make it easy to justify selling any stock these days. Yet, while panic never helps investors, it's still a good idea to play devil's advocate with investments.
Consider luxury brand Coach
Here at the Motley Fool, we like to consider both the good and bad sides of an investment, so in this article, so I'm highlighting three of the main bearish arguments on Coach today. Be sure to read the bullish side as well, and then weigh in with your own comments below, or rate Coach in CAPS.
1. Short spending spree
Although retailers Macy's
2. The high price of luxury
Luxury goods makers like Coach and Tiffany continually put effort into trying to protect their trademarks and affluent image, like Coach's recent lawsuit filed against Sears Holdings'
3. Getting ahead of itself
Similar to many other retail stocks like high-end partner Nordstrom
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Fool contributor Dave Mock doesn't really need any reasons to stick with discount retail these days, he's just cheap. He owns no shares of companies mentioned here. Coach and eBay are Stock Advisor picks. Motley Fool Options has recommended a bull call spread position on eBay. The Fool's disclosure policy once had a budding career in fashion that ended badly on the catwalk.