Chris Wang on What to Expect from Lululemon Earnings

Lululemon (LULU) is up 30% y/y and has been increasing. In a conversation with Nicole Petallides on the TD Ameritrade Network, Amber Focault, Strategist and Head of Products for Cardify and Chris Wang, Research Director of Runnymede Capital Management, discuss the future of Lululemon as well as other retailers with high customer enthusiasm and brand loyalty such as Nike (NKE) and Under Armour (UAA). While Lululemon’s sales may decrease after the full reopening of the U.S. currently, Americans are eager to get out and spend money. At present, Lululemon’s average basket size is at a rich $250 per customer. Tune in to find out more.

How Tiffany Aliche Teaches You to Get Good with Money

Tiffany "The Budgetnista" Aliche shares her financial ups and downs, from being $300K in debt to teaching people to get good with money. 

Chevron (CVX) And Horizon Kinetics ETF (INFL) As Inflation Trades

Andrew Wang returned to Market Overtime with Nicole Petallides to discuss the impact of rising inflation on your long-term portfolio.

How Inspired Budget's Allison Baggerly Paid Off $111K to be Debt Free

Former teacher turned entrepreneur, Allison Baggerly shares how she created a budget that works, paid off $111K in loans, and launched the Inspired Budget. 

How Junior Achievement Inspires and Prepares Young People for Success

Ed Grocholski of Junior Achievement USA talks about inspiring programs that have inspired future business leaders, the 2021 JA Teens & Personal Finance Survey, and the pandemic's impact on paying for college.

How Pioneer Human Services Helps Individuals Released from Prison or Jail to Thrive

Pioneer Human Services CEO, Karen Lee explains the monumental challenges that people released from prison face and how to best give them a second chance.

Chris Wang on Under Armour Earnings

Chris Wang speaks with Nicole Petallides, host of the Watch List and Market Overtime, about Under Armour (ticker UAA) earnings. The company blew out expectations earnings 16 cents vs street expectations of 4 cents. It also raised full year guidance from 12 to 14 cents to 28 to 30 cents. Given that the company already earned 16 cents and the third and fourth quarters are typically their strongest, their guidance seems very conservative and the company will likely blow out earnings for the rest of the year. 

How Katie Cassidy Is Selling NFT Art to Encourage Female Empowerment, Self-Love, Acceptance

Through professional and personal life changes, actor Katie Cassidy (daughter of David Cassidy) has focused on self-love and an NFT drop to encourage female empowerment.

Vinovest Wants to Make Investing in Fine Wine Easy

Vinovest Co-Founder & CEO talks about quitting college to launch venture-backed companies, his spinal cord injury, and building a platform to invest in wine.

How to Invest in Trends Like Billion Dollar Fund Managers

Scott Bennett shares why he left a 16-year career as a financial planner to launch the Invest With Rules newsletter that helps investors find stocks that billion dollar fund managers are buying.

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