I am curious to find out what the
differentiator is between SPLS and the office depot, Office Max.
Is there room for the 30% growth in this arena for
SPLS. Are they planning to do that by growing their
business into new geographical areas or move into new
If you are long, REALLY,I'd hang in there, IMHO.
Do some research; go to charts and check out 5yr.
This stock has split 5 times since 1991, not including
this Fridays 3-2. Please do your own research so you
can decide what is right for you. This is my
opinion,by what I've seen.
39 1/2 is actually a VERY good pre-split support
level for SPLS -- in fact, this is the highest SPLS has
split at. (~ means around).
100 shares at 28 in 1991 is now 1135 shares (plus
some cash back for fractional shares). Here's our 1999
split. Hopefully, our 2000 split will come same time
next year, and I'll take a split near the 40s again.
This company still had MANY growth opportunities.
I just want to know if I should hold on?? It
looks like a lost ship at a key support level around
the 39 1/2 mark?? Is this going to hurt after fri
comes??? I am long the stock and I don't care for gigantic
Staples is meeting 1/21 to vote for the approval
of the stock
split. It is scheduled to split on
the 28th or 29th of January.
It is a 3 for 2 split
which means for every 2 shares you have
you will get
Did anyone hear how the vote
went. Did they approve it?