How to Trade Coach, Michael Kors, Movado, Ralph Lauren, Tiffany, Luxury Retailers

Coach (COH) , Michael Kors (KORS) , Movado (MOV) , Ralph Lauren (RL) and Tiffany (TIF) -- the key luxury retailers -- are deep into bear market territory since their stocks set their all-time highs between March 2012 and November 2014. These stocks have been behind the retail earnings woodshed and are attempting to return to investment status.

Coach reported quarterly earnings on Nov. 1 with a slightly better-than-expected report. The stock popped on this report, but gave up the gains and then some by the end of last week. The weekly chart ended last week negative but oversold.

Michael Kors reports earnings after the closing bell on Nov. 10. Analysts expect the company to earn 88 cents a share. The weekly chart ended last week positive, which favors a positive reaction to earnings.

Movado does not report earnings until Nov. 22 for its quarter, which ended in October. Analysts expect the company to earn 71 cents a share. The weekly chart ended last week negative.

Ralph Lauren reports earnings before the opening bell on Nov. 10. Analysts expect the company to earn $1.70 a share. The weekly chart ended last week negative.

Tiffany does not report earnings until Nov. 22 for its quarter, which ended in October. Analysts expect the company to earn 67 cents a share. The weekly chart ended last week positive but overbought.

Here's a scorecard for the five luxury retailers.

 

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