I read a few posts that expect this to hit around $29. I like the company and think it has lots of growth and want to invest. But just trying to figure out what a good entry point would be.
I feel $40 is the resistance and it did drop back to $36 which sounds like a good price right now.
I sold my last shares at $38 and figured by Spring or early Summer I'd get a chance to reenter at $32 or less. I was wrong. Congrats to those who stayed long. Great company and I'll continue to watch.
I'm no investor guru. However, we do know the family that started Buckle in NE. They are wonderful people, Christians, high moraled and want the best for all investors. We bought this stock at $14/share several years ago. It has split several times, paid generous dividends and has solid financials and leadership. I think if it gets to the $40's again and stays for a while, it'll split again. That's been it's history.
You know what you say is absolutely true. I'd bet money that (w/o split factors) this will be a $50-$70 stock down the road. Only thing that gives pause is that Buckle is a company and BKE is a stock in the stock market. If I wanted to buy something and put it in the drawer for 5-10 years, BKE is pretty high on the list (wag too).