*Staples has delivered 21 straight quarters of 30%-PLUS growth in earnings per share, *PE of 24.4 based on Sept. 17th 1999 price per share $21.25, *Last FIVE-YEAR return of 392%, *Market Cap. of 9.8 billion dollars,
*Debt to capital only 13%, *Growth rate 30%, *PEG ratio 0.8. **Analyst Daniel Binder at Brown Bros. estimate growth of 30% per year over next 5 years, which is 3 times the industry. **John Schreiber, at Janus Funds, which owns more than 270 million of Staples stock said that Staples is expanding from selling office products to also providing small business with services like payroll management, long-distance telephone service and website registration. "Staples is doing all sorts of inventive things to cement its relations with small business customers,"
***I predict the $25 per share by year end, which is were this stock belonged before all the latest excitment. Good Luck to everyone.
See my posts over the last week or two. My only point of difference is that it wont make 25 by years end, it will run above 23 before Christmas and fail to breakout, falling back into the 20 - 22 range.
I still hold to what I said before, when the MM's manipulate this much, make your money and get out. There's thousands of stocks out there, no reason to try and guess their ulterior motive.
are but one thing for sure I know you sure post a lot of misinformation about SPLS. Let me guess, you are short? Ah, it really doesn't matter. I just know you come off like someone who has some real information. The other day you said MSCO was someone other then who they are which is MorganStanley.
Now your going to tell this thread that "gappers sell off heavy to new lows." Give me a break! This first off is not just a gapper but a real mover. It will continue moving up and once earnings are out 11/16 will move higher.
The option Dec calls on SPLS nearly doubled since yesterday. I don't know who your trying to persuade that you know what your doing but man your wrong about SPLS! I think its wishful thinking on your part if your saying SPLS is on its way down to new lows. Have you seen how many buy recommendations analysts are giving SPLS? You think they would do that if SPLS wasn't going to have knock out earnings?