Kristin Graham

Kristin Graham is an equity analyst with experience in covering retail and consumer stocks. She obtained a unique global perspective by sailing around the world on the Semester at Sea study abroad program. She also specializes in global equities and international investing. Graham is a Level III CFA candidate.

  1. Buckle Bucking The Trend
    Stock Analysis

    Buckle Bucking The Trend

    Once again, The Buckle's third-quarter results proved to be an anomaly in the retail sector.
  2. Don't Ride Coach Just Yet
    Stock Analysis

    Don't Ride Coach Just Yet

    Despite Q1 results indicating that the cheaper Poppy line was well-received, it introduces the possibility of brand confusion among consumers.
  3. 3 Stocks That Love Frugal Consumers
    Stock Analysis

    3 Stocks That Love Frugal Consumers

    These stocks will thrive in the pennypinching environment this holiday season.
  4. Nike Stock: Just Do It
    Stock Analysis

    Nike Stock: Just Do It

    Nike is financially fit, allowing it to pull ahead of the competition under trying economic conditions.
  5. Forget This Consumer Good Play
    Stock Analysis

    Forget This Consumer Good Play

    General Mills is holding strong in the U.S., but how does the company stack up in the bigger picture?
  6. A Grocer For Hungry Investors
    Stock Analysis

    A Grocer For Hungry Investors

    Kroger recently missed earnings estimates, which might provide a great buying opportunity for investors.
  7. Retail Sector In Status Quo
    Stock Analysis

    Retail Sector In Status Quo

    Retailers are still having a hard time bringing in the business, despite expected seasonal highs.
  8. Panera Bread Rising To The Challenge
    Stock Analysis

    Panera Bread Rising To The Challenge

    Panera is a cut above other companies in the casual dining sector, but management is still struggling to rise to the challenge.
  9. No Spice Left At Chipotle
    Stock Analysis

    No Spice Left At Chipotle

    We look at whether Chipotle has already peaked as an investment.