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Abercrombie & Fitch Co. Message Board

  • rogerdonna_1988 rogerdonna_1988 May 8, 2013 2:55 PM Flag

    No "FAT PEOPLE" Allowed Into Their Stores?


    And no "OLD PEOPLE" allowed?
    Who do they think "funds" their customers?
    I don't believe this CNBC story (it just aired).

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • Why is this a surprise to you. The CEO of Abercrombie is a quack. And the stock continues to climb because of Hedge Fund manipulation of the trade, not the performance of the stores. This story is not goes back to 2006 when the CEO said he only want cool people to shop in his store. I am not sure he ever said he does not want fat people in his stores. And he instructed his managers to play the music in the stores really loud to keep out parents and older customers out of the stores. The CEO likes young boys and he plays out his fantasy in the revealing pictures he hangs everwhere where not a single modle is even wearin Abercrombie clothing. But enouh of the over paid CEO. The store does not carry an X large size for women. Again this is nothing new. Is it bad press, yes. Kids are no longer shopping at Abercrombie, American Eagle is the store of choce. But it does not matter. The hedge funds on in rally mode to run this stock up and every article you read is pumping the stock and turning everything they can into positive things. The stock is up from 30 to over 50 in 6 months and it is a joke that someone called this stock at 60 . ANF is manipulated by Citadel and other funds controling the float.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • Believe it, that kind of talk will make this company another jcp in one year from now.

    • The creepy CEO's and his boyfried do not like fat or old people. Keeping the butttoy happy is more important than "the customer". LOL

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