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Crocs, Inc. Message Board

  • tcab020 tcab020 Apr 30, 2013 6:27 PM Flag

    one year ago

    One year ago this stock was over $20 a share. The market since then has gone way up. This stock had good quarterly reports and some good press. Not sure why it is now stuck on $16 dollars a share. I do think the big boys are making money selling over $16 and then buying back in when it drops below $16. Right now it is pretty discouraging owning this stock. Market has gone sky high and will soon drop.

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    • As best I can tell, using an insider trading site, McCarvel, the cheif exec, is at an all time high in shares owned. He has sold 56k shares in 2013, and 127k in 2012, but gets options, etc. as part of his compensation.

    • Hey, tcab, most small companies like this do not necessarily follow "the market"...."the market" is made up of only 30 stocks, all large-cap (if you are talking about the DJIA)....this one will rise & fall on its own merits....fortunately, Goldman Sachs likes only two shoe companies, and this is one of them...good margins, increasing revenue (particularly overseas), little debt, modest PE...... this one is a keeper....look for $30 by January and maybe $50+ by 2015.....

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • Crox has many new lines of shoes. The old fad shoe is still has repeat buyers. CROX is a growing shoe company that will be around for awhile longer than mosy people think. This year could be the year which changes many minds on the subject. There are more stores world wide All the numbers are in favor of a long position, and it will rewarded. The weather has been bad, the employment picture and world economies are in doubt . Crox should still hold up as well as the rest.

    • there will be good quarters and bad, but in the very long run CROX is a fading fad. hence the downtrend.

 
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