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  • mrmonarch2000 mrmonarch2000 Nov 17, 2008 4:37 PM Flag

    The TUES business model

    Strikes me that a "no frills" overstock retailer with national footprint and flexible store leases would be exactly what the doctor ordered for a recession.

    What am I missing?

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    • tan_tested_ready_dick_nixon tan_tested_ready_dick_nixon Dec 5, 2008 9:55 AM Flag

      yo pee brain -- i am long because i do believe TUES will eventually bounce back and I do not want to sell at these levels. that has NOTHING to do with the adage "don't fight the tape." do you understand investing? you are the one who claims to control the market with your voodoo and 3 share position. have you ever heard of contrarian investing or do you just follow the shills at your two-bit broker?

    • Honestly, anyone who is long at these price levels will do just fine eventually. Accumulation is a good thing sometimes.

      And... don't fight the tape... especially when it is duck taping you to a wall.

    • tan_tested_ready_dick_nixon tan_tested_ready_dick_nixon Dec 4, 2008 4:30 PM Flag

      I too am long TUES -- but are you out of your flipping mind to think that YOU and your "knowledge" can control a stock price and that YOU have somehow controlled the move from $30 to $1. Boy do I have BRIDGES to sell you.

      If you refuse to subscribe to efficient markets theory nor will believe that markets tell all of us what a stock is worth -- then what in the heck DO you believe? Voodoo? The market is the market -- don't fight the tape.....

    • sir_cumference Nov 17, 2008 5:03 PM Flag

      Go visit a Tuesday Morning store some time. It's like a glorified flea market. Different stuff every week. Some women (and men) may have the time to drop in weekly on the chance that something worthwhile might be there but most people I know work for a living. Also consider that with the recession upon us and holiday sale prospects so dismal, big box retailers and even department stores will be stepping up the discounts for the forseeable future. With TUES charging about the same for their goods as the other retailers, where's the carrot on a stick to bring in the shoppers??? Why settle for 'they might have it' when you can shop the regular retailers, enjoy a better selection, and still get a good price???

      Santa is passing up Tuesday Morning this year.

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