Athletic-apparel maker Lululemon and two diabetes specialists are poised to get a long-term tailwind from the COVID-19 pandemic.
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News & Analysis: Lululemon Athletica
Some fundamental business strength isn't hurting either.
The company has returned to growth thanks to its popular drinks and America's desire to imbibe.
These companies are already showing signs of serious sales improvements ahead.
Growth signs are strong, but for the stock to be a great investment candidate they need to stay strong.
Strong brand awareness has created an enviable direct-to-consumer business model powered by an e-commerce surge.
Here's one athletic apparel company you might want to put on your radar.
The apparel giant can reasonably target $6 billion in sales this year.
The apparel specialist raised its 2021 outlook again.
Lululemon is returning to old form, but is a recovery already reflected in the stock price?