Guess?'s CEO Pleased with 4Q Performance, Market Disagrees
As CEO's will tend to do, Guess? Inc.'s (NYSE: GES) Paul Marciano attempted to save face by reporting on a conference call yesterday that the company's positive earnings were able to withstand the dismal economy Europe has been experiencing. It's up to today's market to determine whether or not this, in fact, was accurate.
Similar to the likes of troubled Lindsey Lohan or the late Whitney Houston, Urban Outfitters Inc. (NASDAQ: URBN), once at the top of its game, has abruptly fallen down the rabbit hole.
The upscale retailer has failed to assure analysts that it is still a safe investment, as its incredibly disappointing 4Q results still loom in the eyes of investors.
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Today was tough for longs and it is always difficult for the markets to change directions with skeleton crews of investors. Ireland, the Korean conflict and the insider trading issue didn't help the cause much today either. Usually the makeup of investors on the eve of a holiday consists mostly of action junkies and the volume will be light.