A model for whether enough potential weakness is already priced into valuations suggests that there is likely downside even in a stable market environment and room for significant underperformance in a recession.”
“Amazingly, that 110 bps increase in the percent of sales was the biggest acceleration in non-store retailing since we have data going back to 1993, and was as big as the prior two years combined.”
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You might not realize it, but there’s a kind of ongoing debate about the best way to play the brick and mortar retail apocalypse. This is one of those running narratives that you should be aware of and stay up on irrespective of whether you plan to trade it. In that regard, it’s kind of…
“In particular, majority of retail workers that find jobs in the leisure and hospitality sector find jobs in the food services and drinking places industry.”
The rise of online competition and a steady decline in foot traffic and earnings seem to presage a veritable apocalypse for brick and mortar. And no, that’s not hyperbole. This is an existential crisis.