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  • bringthecheese86 bringthecheese86 May 13, 2013 3:27 PM Flag

    i would almost rather he be compensated with stock no? ...interests more aligned with us....more ownership, etc...

    Not to say the options aren't a nice amount he was given...over 1% of the company i believe?

    can we be confident in the brand and the ability for management to execute? if we're looking 2 or 3 years out WHO KNOWS what can happen. It's a solid company with a driven staff....not going bankrupt....22% of the float is short. International sales grew 18% last quarter even though they lost roughly 25 cents a share last Q. Strong celebrity/sports sponsorship...they have great athletes backing them. Solid products that I assume will only get better and grow with the market trends.....or maybe start to set them.
    Yes they are having short term issues which is causing a strong downward trend in price...but...

    for about $150 million today you can buy the entire company....$120 million dollar EV....

    If they can earn .80 cents a share by, 2016, then I believe this thing is a double from today's prices ...conservatively (with short covering this could be much quicker). After that who knows....not even entertaining a buyout possibility. any good news will be positive. I hope they do follow through with a possible share buyback they announced intentions of in January.

    The uncertainty itself is the catalyst. Once that uncertainty is lifted....

    Wouldn't you wait 36 months in order to compound at 26% a year?

    Solid companies with short term issues...

    this is just my opinion. I realize I could end up being wrong.

    Sentiment: Buy

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