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  • anybodybutobama12 anybodybutobama12 Feb 1, 2012 1:01 PM Flag

    Something is wrong at Target!

    Man their stores in the South look horrible and empty. Every store looks like its closing with light merchandising. Whats up?

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    • As a fellow Georgian, I wish I knew what Target stores you're talking about. The two stores in my area look good and appear always to have customers. Granted, business has slacked off somewhat since the holidays, but it should pick back up. The other day, checkout lines were even long.

      • 1 Reply to oisgehalten
      • Target business seems fine to me. The stores with groceries that we shop at are busy. WMT and TGT grocery are kicking traditional grocery stores pretty much.

        I'm impressed with the selection and now expect nice growth with the entry into Canada. We have a lot to look forward to in the future.

        Target is undervalued and between the stock buyback program and expansion, the stock will be stable to increasing in value unless management messes up which I don't expect.

    • Target always goes with open shelves between transition.
      They are moving out of The Boodaga sale into the spring set.
      Wal-mart can not do this as they have 100 million Americans shop at Wal-Mart each week. Thanks to Sam Walton’s quintessentially American vision, Wal-Mart is saving its US customers an estimated $16 billion a year, which they are free to save, invest, pay bills or spend on something else.
      Wal-mart saved us $16B while Target's free cash flow is about $1.1 billion out of $70B. Target isn't out to save you money!

      • 1 Reply to icemani4got2
      • and good bye American jobs...


        Target always goes with open shelves between transition.
        They are moving out of The Boodaga sale into the spring set.
        Wal-mart can not do this as they have 100 million Americans shop at Wal-Mart each week. Thanks to Sam Walton’s quintessentially American vision, Wal-Mart is saving its US customers an estimated $16 billion a year, which they are free to save, invest, pay bills or spend on something else.
        Wal-mart saved us $16B while Target's free cash flow is about $1.1 billion out of $70B. Target isn't out to save you money!

    • where do you live ?

 
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