These 2 Retailers Are On a Collision Course
Luxury retailers Michael Kors and Coach are set to trade places. After reporting disappointing business results over the last few quarters, Coach may soon lose its market capitalization advantage over its younger rival for the first time:
COH Market Cap data by YCharts.
In the video below, Fool contributor Demitrios Kalogeropoulos explains how the two retailers got to this point. And despite the much cheaper valuation that the market has given Coach, he argues, Michael Kors looks like the better investment here.
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