) most important business division - handbags - accounts for
roughly 57% of the company's stock value. Coach is a leading
American marketer of luxury lifestyle handbags and other fashion
accessories for both men and women and competes with other premium
apparel and accessories players like Polo Ralph Lauren's
(NYSE:RL), Liz Claiborne (NYSE:LIZ) and
). See a potential upside and downside scenario below. You can drag
the trend lines to create your own scenario and see its impact on
the stock price estimate.
6% Upside Scenario: $60.77 Trefis Price Estimate for
Higher Handbags EBITDA Margin:
We currently forecast handbags' EBITDA margin to decrease from 35%
in 2010 to 32% in 2012 and then remain constant till the end of the
Trefis forecast period.
However, there could be 5-6% upside to the Trefis price estimate
if margin were to remain constant at current level in the future
instead of declining as Coach cuts down on costs by shifting
production to countries with cheaper labor.
9% Downside Scenario: $52.41 Trefis Price Estimate for
Lower Daily Handbag Revenue Per Coach Store:
We currently forecast the daily revenues from the sale of handbags
at Coach stores will almost double about $8.4 K in 2010 to
$16K by the end of the Trefis forecast period. There could be
however be a 9-10% downside to the Trefis price estimate if daily
revenues from handbag sales at Coach stores increase at a slower
rate (in line with growth in 2010) reaching close to $12 K by the
end of Trefis forecast period.
We have a
$57.49 base price estimate for Coach's stock
, implying a discount to market price.
See our full analysis for Coach stock here