Stitch Fix Stock Climbs as Analysts Praise Its Model, Disagree on Price 2020/09/17 14:52:00 Barron's
Stitch Fix stock was climbing Thursday morning following more analyst commentary on the stock—although not all of it bullish.
Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Boston Scientific, CVS, FMC, Lennar, NovoCure, Penn National, Ruth’s, Stitch Fix, Veeco and More 2020/09/17 12:58:15 24/7 Wall street
Better Buy: Nike vs. Stitch Fix | The Motley Fool 2020/09/10 16:30:00 The Motley Fool
Should you stick with Nike's classic strengths, or take a chance on Stitch Fix's disruptive approach to apparel sales?
Stitch Fix's Direct Buy Option Comes At The Right Time: Deutsche Bank 2020/09/09 14:28:13 Benzinga
Stitch Fix (NASDAQ: SFIX ) shares were trading higher Wednesday after Deutsche Bank analysts took a bullish stance on the online clothing styling and delivery service, saying it's benefiting from … Full story available on Benzinga.com
ProjectArt Founder Joins Airbnb Exec On 'Wardrobe' Startup To Rival Rent The Runway 2020/09/09 11:50:17 Benzinga
Back in March, Rent the Runway (RTR) laid off its entire retail staff. The clothing rental brand blamed the COVID-19 pandemic for the cuts. Six months later, the company still hasn't recovered, opting to close all of its stores . Adarsh Alphons is unfazed by this grim scenario. The ProjectArt founder, whose career has been spotlighted by both CNN Heroes and Inc. Magazine , came up with his own spin on fashion rental. His startup, fittingly named Wardrobe , launches this week. Benzinga spoke with Alphons about how Wardrobe differs from, not just Jennifer Hyman's RTR, but a whole subsector of rivals, such as Le Tote, Stitch Fix (NASDAQ: SFIX ) and Swap.com. For starters, Alphons insists that Wardrobe is a technology company. "The only thing we actually own is code," he said. "We're fundamentally different in a few ways that have enormously positive consequences on our economics and ability to scale." Inventory And Operations Rather than open outlets or warehouses to store apparel, Wardrobe's clothing items are crowdsourced. "Wardrobe does not buy inventory unlike other platforms — except for The RealReal and thredUP, but they're not in the rental business," Alphons explained. "And hence we're profitable on a per-unit basis on the first rental of that item itself." And items are strictly luxury, designer and vintage items, with the bet that these types of selections will be more attractive to consumers.
After cleaning out my closet, I realized all my favorite clothes came from personal styling services — here's why they're such a smart way to shop 2020/09/03 15:33:00 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Personal styling services such as Stitch Fix and Trunk Club combine the convenience of online shopping with the expert curation of a personal stylist. Many of my favorite, most-worn clothing pieces — outerwear, jeans, tops, and dresses — are from Stitch Fix and Trunk Club. Using these services has been one of my smartest shopping decisions because they save time, effort, and money. As I spent an afternoon cleaning out my closet recently, I noticed an emerging pattern: All the clothing I wanted to keep, the pieces I wore often and knew I would continue wearing, came from personal styling services. Personal styling services such as Stitch Fix and Trunk Club combine the convenience of online shopping with the expert curation of a personal stylist. In 2017, I tested Stitch Fix for the first time , and continued paying for and using it for a few months thereafter. In 2018, I tried its Nordstrom-owned competitor, Trunk Club , and similarly, continued paying for and using it in my personal life.
Could Stitch Fix Become The New Amazon Of Personal Styling? 2020/09/01 16:14:00 Benzinga
This isn't going to be yet another apocalyptic pandemic-related tale. Retail is not dead, but evolving thanks to technological innovation. Although it saw its stock drop 60%, just like department stores Nordstrom Inc. (NYSE: JWN ), Dillard's Inc. (NYSE: DDS ) and Macy's Inc. (NYSE: M ), Stitch Fix (NASDAQ: SFIX ) also saw its prices higher by nearly 20% throughout this unprecedented year. Stitch Fix is the leading brand taking advantage of online personal styling trends. It is a new business that seeks to disrupt apparel retailing through a subscription selling approach that relies on technologies such as machine learning. There's a lot of potential growth in the industry, which is why Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN ) launched its own Personal Shopper by Prime Wardrobe last summer. The secret behind Stitch Fix Stitch Fix's business model mitigates inventory buildup as the data predicts the customer will want. Over time with more items being kept or returned, the predictive algorithms improve and provide the company with valuable knowledge with which it knows exactly when it needs to have items in stock.
40 unique subscription boxes and services that keep on giving 2020/07/29 20:19:00 Business Insider
There's a subscription box for every interest and hobby you can think of: books , designer fashion , pets , and even flavored water . Conveniently, you don't even need to wrap them yourself — they'll be sent directly to your recipient in pretty packaging so they can immediately start discovering new products or automating an everyday routine. Read more: 25 small gifts and gestures for friends or family members who are having a hard time self-isolating or social distancing By now, the idea of a subscription box service is far from new. It remains, however, an excellent gift choice because there's one for pretty much every interest and hobby you can think of. It's also easy to purchase online and send — no pesky gift-wrapping necessary. The best subscription services provide unique discovery opportunities, curate high-quality brands, and automate everyday routines to make life easier. They also make great gifts because most of them have digital gift card options that will land in your recipient's inbox immediately.
Take the Stitch Fix quiz to discover which County Capsule represents your style 2020/07/29 12:53:22 Evening Standard
Plus, you could win £400 worth of Stitch Fix credit
8 best clothing subscription boxes for 2020: Men's, women's, plus-size and more - CNET 2020/07/28 13:44:40 CNET
Stitch Fix, Trunk Club, Menlo… here's how the best clothing boxes for men and women stack up.
Despite Earnings Miss, Stitch Fix Will Return to Its Winning Ways 2020/06/15 14:53:16 InvestorPlace
Stitch Fix didn't have a great quarterly earnings report, but there are two strong catalysts that will help boost SFIX stock going forward.
Chase Offers can get you cash back with Starbucks, H&M, and MAC just for having a card — here are some of the best deals available now 2020/06/12 13:45:00 Business Insider
If you have a Chase credit card or debit card, you could be eligible for Chase Offers. Chase Offers are cash-back deals for shopping at merchants like Starbucks and New Balance . I have the Chase Sapphire Reserve® , and I currently see offers for cash back at Rite Aid, Sheraton, and more than a dozen other brands. You're not guaranteed to see Chase Offers attached to your Chase account, but if you have multiple Chase cards, you will likely have offers attached to at least some of your cards. To use an offer, you just need to click to add it to your account and make a qualifying purchase with your eligible Chase card. See Business Insider's list of the best rewards credit cards » Chase has a diverse lineup of credit cards , including options that earn cash back, more premium cards that earn Ultimate Rewards points, hotel and airline cards, and business credit cards. If you have a Chase credit card or debit card, you could be eligible for Chase Offers. These deals get you cash back on purchases with a variety of retailers and restaurants once you add the offer to your card.
We spoke to 3 financial experts, who broke down why you should buy these 13 ETFs to maximize stock-market returns right now 2020/06/11 12:26:15 Business Insider
With the stock market climbing off multiyear lows, investors are seeking opportunities in a market that's confounded even the top Wall Street strategists. One way to gain diverse exposure to a basket of companies, rather than individual stocks, is to purchase exchange-traded funds. Business Insider interviewed three ETF experts to get their top picks for funds designed to play themes ranging from international equities, to healthcare, to video games and esports. Click here to sign up for our weekly newsletter Investing Insider . Click here for more BI Prime stories . US equity markets have recovered a large chunk of losses absorbed amid the coronavirus pandemic. That's largely due to the Federal Reserve's lowering of interest rates to near zero, as well as its continued commitment to mammoth quantitative easing efforts. Surprisingly positive economic data in recent days has also been a source of the optimism driving markets. As the rebound has played out, some experts have questioned whether the market is overvalued and have argued that the current risk-reward ratio is too high. "For me personally, it's an uncomfortable bet to continue to bet on a huge recovery," Allianz Chief Economic Advisor Mohamed El-Erian said on CNBC Monday morning, for instance.
Scott's, Coupa rise; Stitch Fix, Signet Jewelers fall 2020/06/09 20:15:47 ABC News
Stocks that moved heavily or traded substantially on Tuesday: Scott’s, Coupa rise; Stitch Fix, Signet Jewelers fall
Stitch Fix (SFIX) counts on order backlogs to drive Q4 revenue growth 2020/06/09 19:41:24 News Alphastreet
The impact of coronavirus was so severe on Stitch Fix (NASDAQ: SFIX) as it was on the larger retail industry and the company’s stock sank to an all-time low in early March. Underscoring the management’s positive outlook for the final months of the fiscal year, the stock made a quick recovery and is currently hovering […]