Malia and Sasha Trade Indicator

by The Wall Street Geek on January 22, 2009 · 1 comment

Malia and Sasha Obama were adorable at the Inauguration, and the world took notice.

Their outfits were specially made by J. Crew. When word got out about this, parents flocked to crashing the server!!

The following day, J. Crew’s stock was one of very few that was up for the day. Way up.

Little girls will want whatever touches Malia and Sasha–whether it’s clothes, or toys, or other things that tween girls are interested in.

As an investor, it may be wise to become familiar with the companies that serve tween girls. Because these two adorable girls may be a factor in moving the prices of these firms in the market.

All the best to them, Mrs. Obama and the President. What a thrilling and exciting time.

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