This Stock Is Fashionably Cheap
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Well-managed consumer brands and retail concepts that have a lot of room to grow can offer excellent investment opportunities for long-term investors. Sweden's H&M brings high fashion to the masses and fat profits and dividends to shareholders. Already globally diversified with 2,500 stores, management is looking to increase the store count 10% to 15% a year to take advantage of its untapped markets: China, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Charly believes that this is the best retailing stock American investors have never heard of.
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