I don't expect to see protracted weakness here. We had a warm winter that probably pulled some spring purchases into late winter (Q1) Additionally, many of the shoppers going to The Buckle are driving 1/2 hour or more, so the high gas prices in previous months were also a culprit. The comp for June was pretty strong, so a 2% deviation isn't a cause for serious concern in my view.
New and remodeled stores will make up for the SSS numbers. I'm not worried.
I meant weakness going forward. BKE could conceivably pay out close to 3$ per-share in dividends over the next 4 months, so that should offer a catalyst for recovery. BKE is also at pretty attractive multiples based on historic prices.
BKE could break above 50$ with positive momentum and some positive news. I think a 20% gain is a virtual slam dunk at these prices within 6 months.