They only said same store sales were down 1 percent from last year. I know I have cut 10-15 percent or more of my driving from last year.
TSCO, is a no doubt a great company, but the question to ask is how long can they maintain 30 percent revenue growth. Once, they revenues stall, they will still be giving out options and the stock will stall or stop. I would advise people not to work for many places, if they could get a job in a high growth company. TSCO is not AZO's competitor, Pep Boys, Oreillys, ACE, Cheif, are. I am also to beginning to wonder if auto parts stores are like hairdressers after 1-2 years clientele will be looking for something new.