Lululemon (NASDAQ: LULU) stock, a sports and leisurewear design and sales company, has fallen 7% in the last ten trading days (two weeks). In comparison, the broader S & P500 index has remained stable over the same period. Last month, the company reported strong second quarter 2021 results on September 8. It provided strong guidance for the remainder of fiscal 2021 – with sales expected to grow by around 25% from 2019 and 42% from sales impacted by the pandemic in 2020. This news has pushed up the pace. the company’s shares rose over 10% the next day and the shares continued to stay at similar levels for the entire month. However, the track and field company’s share price has declined over the past ten days.
Although Lululemon has seen its results and results increase aggressively over the past few years, there are some concerns that call for caution about the sustainability of the company’s growth trend. The company’s e-commerce sales, which exploded to 100% year-over-year growth in 2020, plunged to 55% growth in the first quarter of 2021, then fell sharply to just 8% in the last quarter. It should be noted that digital sales grew 30% year-on-year before the 2019 pandemic. A drop in e-commerce sales was expected with the reopening of stores, but the rapidly decelerating online growth could create challenges in estimating Lululemon’s financial performance in the future.
Now, is LULU’s stock about to grow? Based on our machine learning analysis of stock price trends over the past ten years, there is a 50% chance of an increase in LULU stock within the next month (twenty-one trading days). ). See our analysis on Lululemon’s stock has a chance to increase for more details.
And if you are considering LULU shares as an investment option over a longer period of time, you can also explore Lululemon Revenue Comparison against his peers and his history
 Returns of -3.2% or less for five day period in 515 times out of 2516; Inventories rose over the next five days in 310 of those 515 cases
 Returns of -7.2% or less for ten day period in 274 times out of 2516; Inventories rose over the next ten days in 142 of these 274 cases
 Returns of -9.5% or less for twenty-one day period in 295 times out of 2516; Inventories increased over the next twenty-one days in 148 of these 295 cases
Also, Lululemon peer comparisons summarizes how the company performs relative to its peers on the metrics that matter.
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