hey yo I'm so interested about what u think Beyonds "brands" would be in like clothes, games, films etc etc?? Like does he wear certain brands of clothes (idk like super dry? Idk what brands are in the US) and does he favour certain video games over another (call of duty? Assassins creed? Animal crossing? Super mario?? Does he like Nintendo?????) and also does he like marvel? DC? Disney? Lord of the rings ?? Etc (lmao sorry if this is really vague)
Beyond would definitely wear just simple “no brand clothing”, just something cheap and comfortable really. So no Abercombie, American Eagle, or Hollister kinda stuff is going on with his guy WOO HOO oh my god imagine that. (okay but imagine EXPRESS shit on him. I think that’d be pretty nice okay off topic)
I never really imagined him to be into video games at all, probably because he has always been so busy. I guess he’d make an exception for puzzle games though, like Tetris or some other games nerds always play bc nerds.
*rubs hands together* AKAZUKIN CHACHA. I would want to say he’s into DC Comics but come on.. that’s hella biased coming from me lol. Disney movies make him cry (although you’ll never see him cry) and he has a thing for CatDog. (it’s your decision if you think I’m serious about that or not)
His favorite villain is that nerd the riddler for sure.
90% Of Vetr Top Raters Hate Abercrombie & Fitch Stock
Shares of Abercrombie & Fitch Co. (NYSE: ANF) have lost more than 10 percent since the start of 2016 but are still higher by around 25 percent over the past 6 months.
Meanwhile, Vetr top raters have upgraded Abercombie & Fitch’s stock rating to 2-stars out of a possible 5-stars. In fact, shares of Abercrombie & Fitch have risen to $25.39 since the prior rating of 1.5-stars was issued just 2 days ago.
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Despite an upgrade, a 2-star stock rating still indicates a ‘Sell’ sentiment. Accordingly, 90 percent of the crowd’s ratings are bearish and the crowd sourced price target of $23.56 implies a potential downside of around 4 percent.
“The labels it operates with are not associated with the quality of the past; the primary market is looking more at other stores for 'trendy’ fashion items,” Daniel S. Williams, a member of the Vetr crowd argued. “Among needing a brand overhaul, it seems the hype has caught up with Abercrombie & Fitch. Sales numbers have not looked too great, either.”