Cash was 60M after 3rd quarter, debt was 260M(200M borrowed for buyback, the rest was other expenses)
Cash was 130M after 4th quarter, debt was just 33M. 230M turnaround in debt and 70M turnaround in cash from 3rd quarter to 4th quarter= 290M.
Cash says it all. 10 years of producing cash of 290M/year is 2.9B. Current value of Deckers? 1.857B WITH 60M cash on hand. So in 10 years based on cash production in a year when sheepskin costs were at their highest, cash will be more than 50% more than where we are currently being valued!
I keep banging my fist on how undervalued we are. It really is ridiculous how irrational the market is(or how certain stocks can be held down at such a ridiculous valuation for so long).
But always be aware that despite the facts, the market can remain irrational longer than you can remain solvent. Don't play with leverage and YOU WILL MAKE MONEY in 1692 days or less ;)