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  • michaelsistowicz michaelsistowicz Aug 4, 2012 8:00 PM Flag

    What's wrong with SKUL?

    One thing I got out of the CC was that the gross margin was like 2% lower year over year BUT was higher then the first quarter (correct me if I am wrong). Andrus and Ross reiterated that they were near the end of old product inventory, makIng strides with new packaging and cross-over to the over the ear sets. Also, the high end Astro product line margins have increased substantially.

    The other thing I picked up was that they do have the low end 2xl product line (www.2xl.com). Andrus remarked on Walgreens and Rite Aid as customers and 10,000 doors outside the core Skullcandy and Astro lines.

    This company is positioned well across the board.

    The management changes are IMO flushing out some of the younger original management for experienced market people to grow this company.

    They have brought in people with Nike, HP and HTC experience. I would trade that experience for the younger core group any day as this company goes from a niche company to international exposure.

    I also noted from the CC that Ross stated they were going to split Domestic and International numbers out next quarter. This should give us more transparency into growth.

    OP, we Bulls do look all alike... Doing our homework... I am not a firm believer in charts when a stock like this is so minipulatrd by market makers and brokers.

    When the EPS continues to rise, this stock will gather steam purely on fundimentals.

    Go long - be strong - go SKULnation!

 
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