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The stock of Stitch Fix (SFIX) may have caught fire since its IPO last week, but there's too much uncertainty for the company to make it onto Cramer's holiday shopping list.
Cramer said that the Stitch Fix story is intriguing, as the company blends hard data science with a human touch to deliver customers with boxes of apparel they love. The company has 3,400 personal stylists coupled with 75 data scientists and its 2.2 million active customers have an 86% repeat purchase rate.
But after growing 113% in 2016, Stitch Fix has seen its growth slow to just 38%, with gross margins also beginning to decline. After becoming profitable last year, Stitch Fix has also slipped back into the red as it invests heavily to reinvigorate that growth.
At the end of the day, investing is always about the numbers, Cramer reminded viewers. Money managers always look for accelerating growth, not declining growth, and that makes Stitch Fix too risky until it can prove its business model can stabilize.
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