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  • frog3648 frog3648 Jan 4, 2013 6:44 PM Flag

    Another Headwind Issue

    Well the weather seems to be trending back to colder all over, including record cold in China. I would like to see great holiday numbers, with continued strong seasonal sales. This would lead to a real reduction in inventory levels to bring them back in line. All the things that went against Deck last year are now going with them this year. With all the above happening and a good beat on the next earnings call we will see quite a pop. We won't see any kind of buy out before that. The only real potential negative I see in the next few months will be the market, depending on what happens with deficit reduction and the debt ceiling.

    Sentiment: Hold

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    • I don;t follow options much as I invest for long periods of time and I believe otions are for gamblers. Something that can make my money become worthless, no thank you.

      I can't see us treading water any longer. This is a new year. There is frsh money out there looking for value in this tough economy. There are only so many roducts that eole can clearly see everyday and UGGS is one of them. Every girl has a pair or several, virtually. Most searched item for holiday season says it all. Searches lead to sales. UGG most probably had another record fourth quarter and the comp to last years 4th quarter should be huge as this winter is showing to be much colder.

      Tremendous suport around 40.


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