are a buyer like me, you've got to love
Go back and review this message board from way back
and when you do, review the "intelligent" posts. You
may get a better feel than you have today.
questioned why PSUN (Pacific Sunwear) was trading in the
12's (prior to the 3 for 2 of recent) last December. I
just bought it and today it's selling at 26 (really
I questioned why JNY (Jones of NY) was selling at
17 last October and today it's almost double
I questioned why HOTT (Hot Topic) was selling at 13
in January and I bought it and today it's more than
double and has been higher.
I could go on and on
and on, but suffice it to say, I hope I made my
Just my take.
the same tune , different day . Thanks Pickle for
the nostalgia . That was cool . The "small amount of
time" I mentioned has lasted longer than I figured .
And the price target has been re-thunk .$9-10 . But ,
I think tax selling is playing its part in this
market and the first of the year will be a better time
to evaluate SKX's potential .
I still maintain my
At this level ( $3.50-4.50)I rate SKX a
strong buy .
Mr. Pickle , Up? or Down? from here?
been a long suffering supporter of SKX and the tenacity he has shown deserves respect.Different views are necessary to make a market for all of us.You can't call him a "rah rah" guy -- see link.
If you go to the "Research Wizard" icon/feature
in Microsoft Investor (www.investor.com), you will
see a chart as you go through the steps.
Interestingly, they value SKX using the industry's current
multiple at $18.79, and $22.74, 1 and 2 years out,
respectively. See for yourself.
Is anyone familiar with any types of restrictions
as far as institutions owning IPOs? Is there a
time/size/performance benchmark that large institutions use before
buying into a newly traded company?
I'm asking is that our instit. ownership is less than
1/2 of 1% with only Lord Abbett owning a somewhat
significant stake. Without institutional investors, the stock
price will have difficulty pulling out of this
I would personally be much more
comfortable knowing that there was a reason why institutions
Got an e-mail reply from Ron Franz of CSI who
said the chart was added Monday but that it will take
about a week for the history to update. Sounds like
progress is being made. They obviously responded very
quickly to the request from
i bought in again this am @ 1.03. this thing is on fire. but of course as we know all fires burn themselves out at some point. i hope to be gone just as the embers begin to cool.
I could not agree with you more about the
prospects for SYCD in the short run ... my two boys (ages 3
and 7) are absolutely NUTS about ANYTHING having to
do with POKEMON ... the hot item lately has been the
trading cards! POKEMON "yellow" (to go along with red and
blue versions) is coming out in October ... and orders
for Christmas sales ?!?!? I can just
Just bought 3K shares at 1.09 ... wish I would have
bought yesterday ... will buy more if it continues to
SIMU and I must confess, I don't buy BB (Bulletin
Board) stocks, and wouold especially have no interest in
a stock that was recently delisted from NASDAQ
small cap system for not meeting listing
There is no profile on the SIMU board so I can't even
take a peek at what the company is all about and what
their financials look like.
I'm sorry I'm no
help to you and I'm sure this isn't what you wanted to
Just my take.
I made the same request of Yahoo last week. I got
back a form e-mail stating that their "resources to
add new stock boards" was limited, but that they
would look into my request.
Personally, I don't
understand the problem. However, I will e-mail
email@example.com. Maybe we'll have some luck.