Canada Goose: A Potential Acquisition Target Now

Feb. 12, 2023 10:47 PM ETCanada Goose Holdings Inc. (GOOS), GOOS:CA2 Comments
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  • China's lockup and general macro concerns are to blame for Canada Goose's dismal stock performance.
  • Consumer opinion on the product's popularity is inconsistent. However, we think the business has a moat and could grow and expand over time.
  • It is a possible acquisition target for private equity and luxury conglomerates because of its low valuation.
Canada Goose store in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

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China's lockup and general macro concerns are to blame for Canada Goose's dismal stock performance.

We think that Canada Goose (NYSE:GOOS)(TSX:GOOS:CA) suffered from the COVID lockdown in China in addition to the recent downturn for luxury products

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