|Daily Range||$41.95 - $42.20|
|52-Week Range||$32.31 - $42.89|
|Dividend (Yield)||$0.00 (1.5%)|
|Average Daily Volume||62,372|
|Current FY EPS||$1.88|
Textiles, Apparel and Luxury Goods
He's still the most profitable endorsement ever, and even years after his retirement, his brand value is increasing. Here's how much Nike makes on his products.
Nike, Adidas, and Foot Locker are capitalizing on the boom in sports, as well as health and wellness trends.
This David versus Goliath battle will define the future of the sports apparel industry. Yet both companies are likely to win -- and deliver handsome rewards to their investors.
Does Under Armour's recent sponsorship success make it a good play?
Find out what the Chicago Bulls' star has in the bank.
Shares have surged over the last few years, but there might be room on the field still.
A futuristic development could create the next-generation body armor as well as offer a host of consumer products applications.
"Athleisure" is no longer a niche, but are these apparel companies running into a wall?
Hint: It's not America.
Teen retailers are not impressive. This "athlesiure" company looks much better.