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Zumiez: A Balance Of Benefits And Risks

Nov. 01, 2021 9:08 AM ETZumiez Inc. (ZUMZ) StockCT1:COM, LEVI1 Comment
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  • Zumiez is expected to benefit from a rise in disposable income and holiday shopping and expects to open more stores.
  • A recent rise in cotton prices and a shift to online shopping could hurt the company's operations.
  • Zumiez appears to have a lower set of ratios than its competitors, but its valuation isn't too great.

Exterior view of an outdoor Zumiez clothing and accessory retail store.

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Zumiez, Inc. (NASDAQ:ZUMZ) has been growing at a decently steady pace and also has both short-term and long-term catalysts and risks. In the short-term, holiday shopping has historically produced great sales for the company, but recent

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Thanks, but two important things: CEO 10% owner and 150 m buyback.
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