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SFIX - Stitch Fix Inc
-1.72(-2.28%)9:00:01 PM 1/15/2021
Stitch Fix is an online personal styling service in the United States. It uses recommendation algorithms and data science to personalize clothing items based on size, budget and style. The company was founded in 2011 and had an initial public offering in 2017 with a valuation of $1.6 billion. Stitch Fix generated more than $1 billion in sales during 2018 and reported 3.4 million customers in June 2020. It is headquartered in San Francisco, California and employs 8,000 people worldwide. Stitch Fix was founded in 2011 by Katrina Lake and former J.Crew buyer Erin Morrison Flynn. The business was originally called Rack Habit, and was initially run out of Lake's apartment in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The company began by catering only to women, but it has subsequently expanded to men's clothing, plus sizes, maternity wear, and kids.
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    Why Stitch Fix's Shares Popped 18.3% on Tuesday

    The volatile ride doesn't seem to end for this online retail stock. You shouldn't take much away from today's move other than this is a normal day for a volatile stock. For Stitch Fix, revenue is rising with a recently reported 10% increase in fiscal first quarter of 2021 revenue to $490 million.

    Stitch Fix Could Be a Big Winner as the Economy Gradually Recovers in 2021

    Lots of industries could be due for a rebound from COVID-19. This is my top pick in the world of apparel.

    Are Options Traders Betting on a Big Move in Stitch Fix (SFIX) Stock?

    Investors need to pay close attention to Stitch Fix (SFIX) stock based on the movements in the options market lately.

    Stitch Fix (SFIX) Up 14.6% Since Last Earnings Report: Can It Continue?

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    My Top Growth Stock for 2021

    Investors looking for the next industry disruptor with the potential to deliver wealth-building gains should look no further than Stitch Fix (NASDAQ: SFIX). The platform delivers two things that shoppers highly value -- personalization and speed -- and the company's focus on these attributes is about to take its revenue growth to another level. Here's why now is the time to add Stitch Fix to your portfolio.

    Is Stitch Fix Driving Physical Retailers Into Extinction?

    Throw in the fact that there's general competition from online-only retailers, and it's no wonder so many real estate investors are worried about a surge of store closings in 2021. The Stitch Fix model is simple. With a modest styling fee that's either charged to the customer's credit card or returned as a credit for purchases, Stitch Fix is a pretty low-risk endeavor for consumers with healthy spending budgets -- and an extremely convenient one.

    2 Apparel Stocks Ready to Soar When the Economy Reopens

    Investors should look closely at Revolve Group (NYSE: RVLV) and Stitch Fix (NASDAQ: SFIX) as two quality businesses that will benefit from this rebound. Stitch Fix -- the self-described "online personal styling service" -- combines its proprietary algorithms and human stylists to send customers clothes, shoes, and accessories in packages the company calls fixes. Shipping and returns are free, while the $20 styling fee Stitch Fix charge gets deducted from a customer's bill if they keep one or m...