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Wow this company is on fire, with still lots of room to grow.
Fast Retailing is an ideal stock to own, as it has both micro and macro factors working in its favor. Uniqlo is rapidly emerging as a hot retail brand ("The Gap of Japan") and the plunging Yen is merely an added benefit to the company's bottom line.
it will take a few years, but they'll expand into the american market.
A Heattech ad on the train sold me.I like the concept of winter-wear that looks like normal clothes. While potential competition is a threat, the concept looks like it is here to stay.The ad said 300M+ have been sold globally. And the stock price has shown strength over the last 5+ yrs.Just a CAPS play for now. Lee
The parent company of Uniqlo clothing stores. Japan based. Aggressive plan to open more stores worldwide. Japanese companies in general seemed to be somewhat undervalued. Somewhat forward thinking CEO (by Japanese standards).
stock of the day
Red Raider is Lord
Some new stores opening up in the us will surely increase profits
This company Is what GAP In the United States should be. Quality clothing at reasonable prices..... FAST RETAILING CO., LTD. and its mainstay UNIQLO operation continue to enjoy growth by offering high-quality casual wear at reasonable prices. We have done this by establishing a SPA manufacturer/retailer business model that enables us to control all stages of the supply process from product design to the procurement of materials, quality control, inventory adjustments, and end sales.We opened our first UNIQLO store in 1984 in Japan, sparking a nationwide UNIQLO boom with our fleece campaign in 1998. Having then experienced a period of falling revenue and shrinking income, we quickly boosted our performance back up again by expanding our women’s wear appeal.We began our expansion into international markets in 1991 beginning in the UK and then venturing into China, Hong Kong, South Korea, the USA, France and Singapore. As of end June 2009, we now boast 777 stores in Japan and 90 stores in other international markets. We continue to transform ourselves into a successful corporate group. In an attempt to diversify our operational base, we embarked on an M&A program in 2005 and have since purchased a range of companies worldwide, including the French women’s fashion developer COMPTOIR DES COTONNIERS, French lingerie brand PRINCESSE TAM.TAM, a Japanese footwear operation, Japanese women’s fashion developer CABIN, and LINK THEORY HOLDINGS CO., LTD., developer of the theory brand. TS
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