BoA Daily Highlights: It’s the Super Bowl, Foot Locker and Finish Line are not doing well, Under Armour shows promise, Fitbox does subscription better, Lululemon gets more investor interest


It’s the Super Bowl (The Verge)

It’s America’s National Holiday.

Foot Locker and Finish Line aren’t doing so well (The Motely Fool)

“Finish Line took a turn for the worse recently as the company said it would replace its CEO and close 150 stores.”

Under Armour’s valuation points towards a great investment (Seeking Alpha)

“We like Under Armour’s business model and growth potential a lot. But investors have to be reasonable. Shares are trading at extremely high earnings multiples.”

Will Fitbox do subscription right? (Business Insider)

“Fitbox is an athleisure company that operates around memberships. But despite the obvious similarity on the surface, it’s not exactly out to get Fabletics.”

AEANCE is on the rise (Cool Hunting)

“The German-designed, Portugal-manufactured apparel brand, which debuted late last year, produces minimal activewear from premium materials including super-fine merino wool and several proprietary synthetics.”

Lone Pine Capital founder Steve Mandel invests in Lululemon (Guru Focus)

“Yoga and active wear in general is still becoming more popular, not just in the U.S. but also in Europe. Some of the activewear brands are also absolutely killing it in terms of pricing, which brings them great margins.”

Aimee Laurel

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