Navigating the Perils of Investing in Retail
Mar 13th 2013 5:31PM
Updated Mar 13th 2013 5:36PM
Anyone who has ever shopped with a teenager can tell you that retail is a fickle place. For investors, it's not just a matter of staying on top of the trends. Finding durable, differentiated brands is the key. Filtering for pro-social companies can help narrow the list, as long as you don't fall into the Gap trap.
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