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CRI: Back in the Book

The near-term cotton trade is done like dinner. But CRI is putting up –HSD EPS on +HSD sales with raw materials set before a quarter of CRI’s customers were even born. How can they do +7% sales and +6% EPS next year??? No Way.

 

 

Keith added Carter’s to the short side of Hedgeye’s virtual portfolio yesterday; revisiting a high-conviction call that we have that margins will unravel by 400bps in 2011. See our 9/16 post ‘CRI: One of the Worst Stories in Retail.’  Also as noted in that report, the next 1-2 quarters have numerous events to be cognizant of as it relates to timing and sizing a position.

 

In his words (plucked from our email exchange) “Pretty bullish volume/price move there today – either someone knows something we don’t or someone thinks they do. I’d be digging for what you don’t want to find if I were you. TAIL/TREND lines of resistance converging in the $27.06-$27.76 range = bearish. TRADE support = $25.01, bullish.”

 

CRI: Back in the Book - cri

 

So let’s think about this for a minute… What can go wrong for a short here? The catalyst calendar is a pretty good place to start.

1)      Same store sales next week. Will likely confirm upside to anyone who owns/operates boxes that sell apparel.

2)      CRI reports 3Q on Oct 19. 12 weeks ago they lowered comp expectations from 4% to 2%. It’s no secret to anyone that business in September across all of retail was strong. Carter’s won’t be left out of that dynamic.  The company stated outright on its last call that a better comp could mean upside from its $0.76 implied guidance (Street at $0.74). Sensitivity is high on such a low (and insufficient) cost structure.


3)      Then 2-weeks later, CRI is hosting an analyst meeting to show the fruits of the new design team at Osh Kosh (15% of sales and EBITDA). It’s unlikely that the company is inviting analysts in to show them ‘how horrible the product is.’

 

Here are some offsets to keep on your risk-management plate.

A)     Message to the Street: Cotton COGS is not Real Time: The Street has come down a couple pennies in 3Q to $0.74, which I’m willing  to bet is due to cotton shooting from $0.75/lb to $1.01 today. But here’s what gets me…  The company is selling product today based on cotton bought six months ago. It is competing with others at retail who have a cost of materials set when a quarter of CRI’s customers weren’t even born yet. Think about that for a minute.

 

B)     Timing Mismatch:In a ‘rebound’ quarter like 3Q could be, the company is looking at mid-high single digit sales growth and a double digit decline in EPS?!? On top of that, the Street is modeling 7% sales growth in 2011 along with 6% EPS growth!?!  Can someone – I mean anyone – please explain to me how this is mathematically possible given the confluence of Macro factors?

 

C)     ‘We get it’ that everyone understands the near term cotton risk.What we don’t think people have really thought through are the implications for the margin climate as the companies start to absorb the real cost, and get pushed by partners in the supply chain. This supply chain is extremely complex, and is the key factor in sparking irrational pricing behavior (which, to a company like CRI that has a 40% discount on its product the day it hits the floor, is untenable).

 

D)    If Everyone Waits For Prices To Decline, Will It Happen? Consider this…We met with HBI and VFC last week, and have since had conversations with 2-other major apparel companies. While hardly a representative sample, one factor all had in common is the view that 1) cotton prices will stay at elevated levels, and 2) they’re not locking in anything at a buck per pound. So if they all agree that there is a supply problem, but will wait until prices come down before locking in, then it begs the question as to whether price will really come down after all?

 

E)      Why did so many companies blow off the cotton issue at the GS conference – and others since?Aside from not wanting to beat up their partner’s CEO at the very start of back-to-school season, the reality is that they were having a good revenue month. Good revenue on product procured before input costs went parabolic is hardly a reason for any CEOs to sweat during their few dozen double-secret one-on-ones.

 

We outline the full CRI thesis in out 9/16 report, and if anything feel stronger today than we did then about the idea. But if there’s any one clarifying factor today vs. then it is duration. For those who are shorting names like CRI today based solely on the ‘cotton trade,’ then congratulations, you’re late.  Those fans who are chirping that strength in cotton provide an opportunity to get involved with a ‘high-quality’ growth idea like CRI. Then I wish them the best of luck. They’re gonna need it. 

 

We’re going to stick with our research, good 'ol fashioned math, and our process.  There might be near-term ‘Oohs and Ahhs’ around leverage to a good September and the cute little denim for Jr. out of Osh Kosh. But it can’t sidestep what is a very big problem lurking below the surface. Our team will continue to dig deeper into the story, and unless the facts change meaningfully, we’ll get louder with our call on any strength. As always, Keith will manage around the timing/sizing.

 


MPEL: COULD THEY FINALLY BEAT A QUARTER?

CoD driving strong Mass and VIP business. We’re well above the Street.

 

 

The “crew that couldn’t get their act together” appears to have gotten their act together.  We first highlighted the potential for sustained market share gains in late July.  MPEL gained significant share that month, gained even more in August, and is poised to take another step forward in September.  Gaining market share while the market grows 40-70% is impressive, particularly for a company held in such low esteem by the investment community.

 

MPEL:  COULD THEY FINALLY BEAT A QUARTER? - mpel

 

Given the strong market growth in Macau this quarter as well as an estimated 250bp sequential increase in market share to 16.0%, we think MPEL can post EBITDA of $120 million.  Consensus is only $100 million.  Our Q4 estimate of $92 million is also higher than the Street at $88 million.

 

City of Dreams drives most of the company’s revenues and profits and has been the market share driver.  So what’s driving the market share gains?  On the Mass side, we believe the reconfiguration of the slot floor earlier this year has created a busier and more exciting feel.  Too much space can be a bad thing for a casino.  Also, management was very promotional in the first half, particularly in Q2, which seems to be paying dividends. 

 

On the VIP side where the market share gains have been more pronounced, aggressive junket commissions have certainly helped although we do not think Q3 commission rates and VIP promotional activity have increased.  Rather, we think MPEL may be advancing junket commissions for 3-4 months.  Essentially, they are providing more credit to the junkets.  This should have the impact of better margins than a straight commission increase, but may create longer term credit risk.  For now, we are not worried.

 

While 16% market share was probably aided by high hold, particularly in September, we think a 15%+ share is probably sustainable and is likely above investor expectations.  Sure the stock has moved up significantly off its sub $4 in late July when we first turned positive on the name.  However, MPEL remains discounted to the group--10.5x 2011 EV/EBITDA versus 12.5-14.5x, and EBITDA estimates could go higher.  There is still 25% upside to the low end of that range, without the benefit of higher numbers.


JACK – REAL-TIME COMMENTS

Updated sales guidance implies that Jack in the Box trends are at least stabilizing.

 

Management stated at an investor conference this morning that it does not expect to see a significant improvement in Jack in the Box top-line trends until the unemployment picture improves in its key regions.  That being said, with less than one week left in the company’s fiscal 4Q10, management said that same-store sales are tracking slightly better the company’s most recent quarterly guidance.  For reference, JACK guided to a 4.5% to 5.5% decline in comp sales at Jack in the Box.  A -4.5% comp implies two-year average trends that are relatively stable with 3Q10.  The company attributed the better-than-expected trends to its strong promotional calendar and better service execution.

 

 

 

Howard Penney

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R3: JCP, ANF, BONT, PSS, and E-com

R3: REQUIRED RETAIL READING

September 29, 2010

 

More evidence that e-commerce continues to rise in importance to the overall retail sector, as positive data from Shop.org supports a building trend.  And, finally JCP decides to call it quits on paper-based catalogs next year, instead planning to focus exclusive on the internet for its direct business.

 

 

 

RESEARCH ANECDOTES

  • Add Donna Karan to the list of brands entering the world of e-commerce for the first time. The site features an extensive selection of apparel and accessories from the higher-end “New York” line as well the moderate DKNY line.

 

  • For the first time, a female has designed a pair of Air Jordans for Nike. The lavender limited edition Ladies Air Jordan 2 Retro shoes were designed by Vaq$htie Kola, former girlfriend of hip-hop star Pharrell. Hard to believe the idea of a female designing for a female is a new concept at the world’s largest athletic footwear company.

 

  • According to Nielsen, IPad owners are the most male-dominated group of mobile computing owners. 65% of owners of the hot new device are male and 63% are under the age of 34. Surprisingly, the Playstation Portable skews slightly more female than the iPad, with just 63% of its owners being male. What does all this mean? At least for now, a whole lot of male targeted advertising will begin making its way onto the iPad very soon.

 

OUR TAKE ON OVERNIGHT NEWS

 

JC Penney Steps Ups Store Growth - J.C. Penney Co. Inc. on Tuesday said it will open three stores next year as part of its plan to generate $1 billion in sales growth through new retail expansion over the next five years. Penney’s long term plans call for opening 75 new stores by 2014. The first three stores are slated for Dallas; Daly City, Calif., which borders San Francisco, and Glenarden, Md., about 10 miles east of Washington. Penney’s has existing stores in all three markets, which cater to middle-income shoppers. While Wal-Mart Stores Inc. slowed construction of SuperCenters amid the weakening economy and Gap Inc. has said it’s not planning to open new stores in the near term, Penney’s believes the markets it’s identified are underserved by its stores, so it will intensify its presence. <wwd.com>

Hedgeye Retail’s Take: While this technically counts as “stepped up” growth, it’s hardly worthy of a press release. Three store openings in 2011 implies there are 72 additional locations needed to reach the company’s goal by 2014. Recall that JCP hasn’t opened a meaningful amount of new stores in years, leaving this goal to appear lofty (and back-end weighted) at best.

 

JCP Getting Out of Catalog Business - Just 10 months after axing its twice-yearly Big Book, J.C. Penney Co. is getting out of the catalog business altogether. In 2011, J.C. Penney will cease publishing about 25 other specialty catalogs, says a spokeswoman. Instead, J.C. Penney, No. 16 in the Internet Retailer Top 500, will publish more direct marketing pieces such as its 43-page “Little Red Book” and “Matter of Style” publications that showcase current merchandise such as men’s and women’s fashions available in the chain’s 1,107 department stores in the U.S. and Puerto Rico and online at JCP.com. “We will no longer be publishing our specialty catalogs which were being used as ‘look books’ by our customers to see what was new in the stores or online,” the spokeswoman says. “We have always served our customers by how they want to shop and now and in the future that’s online and in stores.” <internetretailer>

Hedgeye Retail’s Take:  Good move to not wait until the paper catalog was completely dead.  Near death, yes.

 

Juicy Hires Nealz - Juicy Couture, a division of Liz Claiborne Inc., has poached LeAnn Nealz, executive vice president and chief design officer at American Eagle Outfitters Inc., as its new president and chief creative officer. Nealz will be responsible for all creative aspects of the business, including product design, marketing and store design, and will report to Edgar Huber, chief executive officer of Juicy. Nealz succeeds Juicy co-founders and co-designers Gela Nash-Taylor and Pamela Skaist-Levy, who left their day-to-day responsibilities in January and took on nonoperating creative roles at the company. The duo plan to launch their own brand next year when their non-compete runs out. Nealz’s influence will be evident in late 2011.<wwd.com>

Hedgeye Retail’s Take: Finally, a new leader at Juicy, but the wait for an improving trend, updated product, and new strategy will still have to wait. Getting a leader however, is definitely a step in the right direction. 

 

A&F Fined for Hiring Practices - U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement said Tuesday it reached a $1.05 million settlement with teen retailer Abercrombie & Fitch Co. for violating federal immigration laws by failing to adequately verify that employees in its Michigan stores were eligible to work in the U.S. According to ICE’s Office of Homeland Security Investigations, the settlement stems from a November 2008 inspection that uncovered numerous deficiencies in the chain’s electronic I-9 verification system, which is supposed to verify that workers are eligible to work in the U.S. ICE said they knew of no illegal aliens who were actually hired by A&F as a result of the technology deficiencies and that Abercrombie had since addressed the problems and implemented new company practices to prevent any future violations. <wwd.com>

Hedgeye Retail’s Take: Not quite as bad as hiring based on appearance, but still another negative HR related issue coming out of ANF.

 

Simmon's ArgyleCulture Relaunched at Macy's - ArgyleCulture, the three-year-old men’s collection for the “urban graduate” moving beyond the Phat Farm, hip-hop look, hasn’t exactly set the fashion world on fire. But the breakout moment has arrived, at least according to the designer and music mogul behind the brand, Russell Simmons. On Thursday, ArgyleCulture gets relaunched at Macy’s Herald Square with a new 750-square-foot shop, and Simmons starts his road show at Macy’s stores around the country to promote the brand. In addition, a fall advertising campaign with Tyson Beckford as the face of ArgyleCulture launches Oct. 11, and a tuxedo-ed Simmons will be splashed across the side of city buses. After that, Simmons takes another dive into reality TV with an eight-part series beginning Nov. 2 chronicling the making of ArgyleCulture. Terry Lundgren, chairman, chief executive and president of Macy’s Inc., which sells ArgyleCulture exclusively, will appear in several episodes with Simmons. <wwd.com>

Hedgeye Retail’s Take: Not many new apparel lines (especially men’s) get an entire reality show/tv series dedicated to it. Clearly Macy’s and Simmons are pulling out all the stops to make this work.

 

Big & Tall at Bon-Ton - The Bon-Ton Stores Inc. has signed an agreement with Casual Male Retail Group Inc. for Casual Male to supply big and tall men’s apparel through Bon-Ton’s e-commerce site and, beginning next spring, in a limited number of Bon-Ton’s 277 department stores. With the new alliance, Bon-Ton will expand the size and scope of its big and tall offerings, which will include sportswear, activewear, tailored clothing and accessories. A Bon-Ton spokeswoman said the availability of big and tall men’s wear will be flagged on Bon-Ton’s Web site, at bonton.com, but not the Casual Male association. <wwd.com>

Hedgeye Retail’s Take: Probably a low risk way for Bon-Ton to expand its offering without taking on too much risk. Will it move the needle? No. Still, an interesting combo and one that may open further doors for Casual Male’s big and tall expertise.

 

Vision Street Wear (PSS) Going South - Collective Licensing International reached a new three-year agreement with Town Connection of Buenos Aires to license apparel and skateboarding hardgoods for the Vision Street Wear brand in Argentina. Under the design and manufacturing agreement, Town Connection will hold the exclusive license for Vision Street Wear in Argentina and will initiate and drive the growth of the brand in this important international market for the brand. Town Connection's inaugural collection will debut in Spring of 2011 and this introduction will mark the first time Vision Street Wear has been available in Argentina since the brand's re-launch in 2009. <SportsOneSource>

Hedgeye Retail’s Take:  Collective Brands has had success in South America with its other brands primarily in Columbia, but expanding branded product is right in-line with its strategy and what we expect to see more of through 2010.

 

Barefoot Run in NYC - Vivobarefoot and Tip Top Shoes, the leading independent family footwear store in New York City, will sponsor the largest-ever official barefoot and minimalist shoe run in New York City. The race will take place on Sunday, Oct. 10th, 2010 on Governors Island, NYC at 8:30 a.m. The first-of-its-kind event, entitled Barefoot Runners NYC, also includes "a weekend of educational, social, and athletic happenings to support the growing recognition that going barefoot, or as close to it as possible, is the healthiest way to be." <SportsOneSource>

Hedgeye Retail’s Take: Another positive step in the right direction for the barefoot/minimalist running movement. Recall that new players including New Balance are launching footwear to address the growing trend.

 

Retailer Online Performance Report - Online retailers’ web sales, conversion rate and average order value are all up this year, says a report released today by Forrester Research Inc., a research and consulting firm, and Shop.org., the e-retailing arm of trade association National Retail Federation.

Here are some of the most important metrics from the survey of 87 retailers:

  • Average online conversion rate is 2.9%. 54% of respondents say their conversion rate is up this year, 29% down.
  • Shopping cart abandonment rate is 55%, with 17% saying it’s higher than last year and 31% lower.
  • Average order value is $132; 47% say it’s higher than last year and 27% lower.
  • Web sales increased on average by 12% in the first quarter and 15% in the second quarter year over year for the retailers responding.
  • 80% of retailers say their e-commerce business was profitable in 2009, and 70% say it was more profitable last year than in 2008.

<internetretailer>

Hedgeye Retail’s Take:  More support for continued growth in e-commerce, as all key metrics for the industry are moving in the right direction. Interesting to see on an absolute basis just how low the conversion rate is for an online transaction. 

 

Small Businesses Recalibrating Social Media Expectations - After climbing steeply, according to research from Network Solutions and the Center for Excellence in Service at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business, small-business adoption of social media marketing has plateaued at 24%. The study of US small business found that those that do market via social media primarily use Facebook (82%), and that the most common activities are maintaining a company page on a social network and posting status updates or links to interesting content. About half of businesses that used social media also monitored brand chatter on social networks. As small businesses have gained experience with social media, some have realized their expectations for the channel did not line up with the reality of the social web. As the wider marketing world begins to look at social as more of a loyalty channel than one for acquisition, small businesses are also finding that their hopes for spreading brand awareness and attracting new customers have not been fully met. By contrast, somewhat fewer small businesses had expected to use social media as an engagement channel, but nearly two-thirds have had success in that area. <emarketer>

Hedgeye Retail’s Take:  Perhaps the plateau has been hit as marketers and businesses alike are still trying to figure out how to effectively market via social networking.  Clearly this is still a work in progress, even for large multi-billion dollar companies.  Nonetheless, the real benefit to a small business lies within the fact that this is a low cost, low risk way to reach broader audiences. 

 

R3: JCP, ANF, BONT, PSS, and E-com - R3 9 29 10

 

Just For the Heck of It - Yusuke Sato says a man walked into his tobacco store in Atsugi, southwest of Tokyo, this month and bought 100 cartons of Mild Seven cigarettes. While they may not be good for his health, he may have saved $1,300. The man is one of thousands of smokers across Japan stocking up before Oct. 1 to beat a record 40 percent tax increase on tobacco. Their hoarding may add as much as 1.4 percentage points to this quarter’s annualized economic growth rate, according to estimates from the Japan Research Institute. <bloomberg.com>

Hedgeye Retail’s Take:  Should be a good month for Costco Japan and other discounters selling cigarettes.

 

 


THE M3: SANDS CO-OP; MID-AUTUMN FESTIVAL; PROPERTY CURBS; CHINA PROPERTY TAX

The Macau Metro Monitor, September 29th 2010

 


SANDS CHINA CLOSER TO SELLING APARTMENT HOTEL IN MACAU macaubusiness.com

The Lands, Public Works and Transport Bureau Director, Jaime Carion, yesterday said there is no law in Macau that prohibits Sands China from selling its Four Seasons apartment-hotel under a co-op scheme but Sands needs to gain government approval regarding giving the title of the apartment-hotel to a subsidiary company.  After this is approved, Sands can start implementing the co-op scheme without needing any further approvals from the government.

 

LESS TOURISTS VISITING MACAU IN THE MID-AUTUMN FESTIVAL macaubusiness.com

According to official figures, 460,000 tourists visited Macau during this year’s Mid-Autumn Festival, from September 22 to 24, a decline of 1.26% YoY.  The majority of visitors came from mainland China, entering Macau by the Zhuhai Border Gate.

 

MACAU GOVERNMENT TO CURB PROPERTY SPECULATION macaubusiness.com

According to Secretary for Transport and Public Works, Lau Sio lo, the goal is to increase affordable housing supply while raising the transaction costs for speculators.  Measures include: an increase in land supply for developers; full payment of the property transfer tax (ex. 1st-time buyers); and tightening of the LTV ratio for bank mortgages. More draft laws will be announced later this year.

 

CHINA PLANS TO INCREASE THE PROPERTY TAX TRIAL Xinhua News

According to Xinhua, China plans to expand the trial nationwide on a gradual basis.  China is also asking commercial banks to suspend the offer of loans to buyers of third homes and to increase the prepaid deposit requirement to 30% or higher, says Xinhua.


THE DAILY OUTLOOK

TODAY’S S&P 500 SET-UP - September 29, 2010

As we look at today’s set up for the S&P 500, the range is 19 points or -1.02% downside to 1136 and 0.64% upside to 1155. Equity futures are trading lower, tracking weak trading in European markets with doubts arising if the economic recovery can be sustained.

  • Boeing (BA) got a contract for 124 F/A-18 fighter jets worth $5.3b from U.S. Navy
  • Chelsea Therapeutics International (CHTP) plans $35m share offering
  • CryoLife (CRY) enters global manufacturing agreement with Starch Medical for PerClot
  • Green Mountain Coffee Roasters (GMCR) says SEC is conducting investigation, requested documents related to rev. recognition practices
  • ModusLink Global Solutions (MLNK) reported 4Q loss per share of $0.58 versus $0.09 Y/Y
  • Standard Microsystems (SMSC) forecast 3Q adjusted EPS of $0.42-$0.43 versus estimate $0.45

PERFORMANCE

  • One day performance: Dow +0.43%, S&P +0.49%, Nasdaq +0.41%, Russell 2000 +1.07%
  • Month-to-date: Dow +8.42%, S&P +9.37%, Nasdaq +12.56%, Russell +12.19%
  • Quarter-to-date: Dow +11.09%, S&P +11.35%, Nasdaq +12.82%, Russell +10.82%
  • Year-to-date: Dow +4.12%, S&P +2.92%, Nasdaq +4.87%, Russell +8.00%

EQUITY SENTIMENT:

  • ADVANCE/DECLINE LINE: 1171 (+1656)
  • VOLUME - NYSE: 1025.35 (+11.39%)  
  • SECTOR PERFORMANCE: Only three sectors declined yesterday - the positive tone was largely fueled by the reflation sensitive sectors - XLE. Stocks showed some resilience today in the face of continued European sovereign credit contagion concerns and disappointing US economic data - consumer confidence.
  •  MARKET LEADING/LAGGING STOCKS YESTERDAY: Walgreen 11.40%, Boston Scientific +7.85% and Washington Post +5.08%/Monsanto -8.14, Flir -3.74% and E*Trade -3.46%
  • VIX: 22.60 +4.10% - YTD PERFORMANCE: (+4.24%)
  • SPX PUT/CALL RATIO: 2.36 from 1.73 +36.42%

CREDIT/ECONOMIC MARKET LOOK:

  • TED SPREAD: 13.83 -0.913 (-6.195%)
  • 3-MONTH T-BILL YIELD: 0.16%
  • YIELD CURVE: 2.11 from 2.10

COMMODITY/GROWTH EXPECTATION:

  • CRB: 284.35 unchanged
  • Oil: 76.18 -0.44%
  • COPPER: 363.70 +1.11%
  • GOLD: 1,309.50 +0.96% - up 5 days in a row

CURRENCIES:

  • EURO: 1.3578 +0.73%
  • DOLLAR: 79.014 -0.41% - up 1 day in the last 8

OVERSEAS MARKETS:

Europe

  • European markets are trading back below breakeven despite a positive start
  • Meanwhile, reports in the FT said the Irish government will inject a further €5B into the Anglo bank and that they will also announce plans to restructure some of the bonds. The FT and the Irish Times this morning report that the Irish government’s estimate of the final cost of bailing out Anglo Irish Bank could reach between €28-30B, below the €35bn estimate by S&P.
  • Elsewhere, while much of Europe is struggling to work amid strikes across the continent. 
  • France Sep Consumer Confidence (35) vs consensus (39) vs prior revised (38) from (39)
  • Eurozone Sep Economic Sentiment Indicator (2) vs consensus (5) and prior (3) 

Asia

  • Asian Markets: Nikkei +0.7%; Shanghai Composite (0.03%)
  • Most Asian markets followed Wall Street up today, boosted by macroeconomic numbers released in the region.
  • Japan rose on a better-than-expected Tankan Survey release.
  • China gave up morning gains and finished flat, with rumors spreading that the country will raise the reserve requirement ratio this weekend.
  • China’s seven-day interbank rates have more than doubled since the beginning of Aug to 2.9% raising the prospects for fiscal tightening.
  • Technology stocks led South Korea up. Retailers advanced on expectations that Chinese tourists next week will result in increased sales.
  • ASX fell 1% in Australia on news that its CEO will step down in July when his contract ends.
  • Japan Q3 large manufacturer Tankan 8 vs consensus 6 and 1 sequential. Q3 large non-manufacturer Tankan 2 vs (2) consensus and (5) sequential. China September PMI 52.9 vs 51.9 prior. 

Howard Penney

Managing Director 

 

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