That's OK. I think it shows the merits of the company that almost anybody can look at the companies financial statements and understand what's going on.
I think that people over the holidays were willing to splurge a little. Look at a comparison of December comps between BKE and ARO. BKE's sales beat tough comps and ARO showed negative comps. It seems to me that people were willing to buy those higer-end items this year, and that should certainly help a company like TRLG. I feel this will see 30$ at some point this year.
Hey, I resent the "trouble finishing high school" comment! lol.
If you think about it... if you bought TRLG out at it's current price you'd get over 5$ per share back in cash, so you'd really be only paying about 7 times forward earnings estimates, or about 8.7 times trailing earnings.
They sell some TRLG peripheral items like shoes and fragrances though. I don't think Buckle sells TRLG denim online, but I think they sell their denim in-store at a few of their locations.
Here is a link to The Buckle's website showing some TRLG items for sale. At any rate I feel BKE's recent performance is a tea leaf for what to expect from TRLG. The numbers at BKE have looked great for the last 3 months.
joeylamea$$, do they even know about J O E Z, does anyone care about joe's other than the folks who buy them at outlet stores, why doesn't joe's open real retail stores, because nobody wants to pay retail for their pos products...
If you go into a Coach store you aren't bumping elbows in the isles either and check out business conditions and stock price there. You also have to consider TRLG jeans are sold heavily in stores like The Buckle (Who just beat a strong December comp by 6%) Buckle posted strong comps in October and November too, so that bodes well for TRLG in my opinion.
i live in nyc.. where the majority of people could care less about True Religion, maybe a guido here and there. but its pretty much in the category of wearing an Ed hardy or Affliction shirt.. but that's just NYC, maybe it's still cool to wear that stuff where you live
really? ive been to about 7 or 8 across different cities, LA San diego Orlando Maimi and New York and I've never been in one where there wasn't someone at the cash buying something. almost on par with LULU traffic.
where do you live?
Do the math. They don't need to be too busy at their pricing. They don't need more than 25-30 customers per day to give each store well over $2M in sales. They don't run 5 and dime stores you know. Eileen Fisher stores have few customers too. How many diamonds do you think Tiffany stores sell?