Omx's inventory turnover is under 3. Their
products sit on the sheves for an average 4.3 months!!
It's cash that can't be used. They get 47% less sales
per square foot. So not only is cash tied up in
inventory, they cost of rent/building, employees etc are all
higher compared to sales! They have poor inventory
It's overtime in Knoxville. The score: Tennessee
20-Florida 17. Collins Cooper to attempt to tie the game.
Take it over John Ward. "The snap is down, the kick is
in the air...the kick is...no sirree, no sirrre.
Final score TN 20-FL 17. Pandemonium reigns."
i`m a short term trader. sold a while back when
it didn`t look like it had anymore leggs left. well
before mr. g.
decided not to gamble on the rates
btw, i did five roung
trips since then, all thankfully in the right
hang in there, i`ll be back for sure. spls is a great
company and i wouldn`t mind beeing invested in it for the
long haul, but that would go against my unbrakable
Trades just went off at 28. Given the fact that
the market is not doing anything because of Mr.
Greenspan, this is a pretty good move for SPLS. Look for
some positive comments from analysts to move it up
tomorrow provided we don't have a rate hike. Another Great
SPLS will be back to 35`s in no time, and to put
my money where my mouth is, I just established a big
position at 27 3/8
It`s not SPLS, it`s the market
waiting for Mr. G. call.
Just wait and see, SPLS will
be just fine, and I`m putting my money on it. And
the interest rates will be left unchanged so will the
We`ll never see 27`s again.
only question that remains is how far it will
My guess, taking historical valuations under
I see SPLS in $40 range in short time.
luck to the ones that got in, we will be rewarded