enough moey from the poor unsuspecting investor.
Now it is your turn to buy at the present price and
keep on buying until it goes back to $21.00.
the other hand, perhaps it is time for a ne CFO.
Great questions. Why don't you
e-mail the new COO with the same question. I hope this
is not too blustry of a response, but as a former
banker I can tell you that their financial statment is
textbook and should command a much better price.
Unfortunately, the insiders sold right at the top. Interesting
Over the last 10+ years, ROST has had its ups and
downs; some significant ones as I recall, but it's
always recovered after languishing for a while.
looked at the current information available about ROST,
and it appears to be as financially healthy as TJX or
TGT (even better in some spots), at least reasonably
comparable. Yet, ROST is $15+/-, TJX is $18+/-, and TGT is
$26-$28 (Yes, I know TGT is a different kind of store,
but twice the price for the same earnings per
share?). Are same store sales sliding more than in just
the past 2-3 weeks? What other reasons are there for
the lower stock price?
PS Don't anyone bother
with blustery responses - I'm not interested
not august, august is done. There should be more
spending since the fed stopped raising rates. Hopefully
throughout retail sectors. I believe that double digit
increases are not out of the question for this next full
month. If this happens lookout. If sss are not up that
will spell trouble.
In the earnings release last week the ceo said
that same store sales for the first two weeks of the
month were down 4%. The trend is continuing. How is
that going to result in any kind of increase this
I predict that August's numbers will be
significantly higher than last years.
This stock will be
back in the 20's in 2 weeks IMO.
starting to creep back up. Mark this post and either
praise me or trash me on September 6th.
This man is paid millions of dollars. If you only
knew his contract, you would puke!! The CFO may be
horrendous, but the Board should be ashamed of Michael
Balmulth & his performance. Another example of an overpaid
CEO who has no ethics & who the Board does nothing
When are CEO's going to be punished when
they consistently drag a Company down & lie to the
analysts & thus, hurt the shareholders.
you see Mr Balmuths' compensation at the end of the
year & you tell me how he has been penalized by
unethically dragging this Company & the shareholders down?