outnumbering of blue arrows vs red throughout the
day yet the price was down for the day. People tend
to think in those cases that inst were buying and
retail was panic selling, but on a stock with a cloud
over it like SPLS, the shorts want to know they can
easily exit on a moments notice. I guess you could say
they are expressions of interest to buy, but in my
mine they don't equate to a buy signal from a
potential long who will hold and add to his
do you live around fairplay we
summer at trout
creek pass we
love it up there.We live north of
and sure is nice getting away from the heat.
made money with spls today.We trade
spls 2 or 3
times a day.
PLease. I have no fear whatsoever. I have
invested a whole 100 shares below $18, and plan to make
some spending cash here within a few weeks, if not
days. If it goes to 15, maybe we'll buy another 100.
Oooh I'm worried. People like you sit back and watch
the stocks go down and up and never make a dime.
here in McAlester, OK. I shopped around for a new
computer and got the best price on the computer, monitor,
scanner, desk and chair at Staples. Also, they have the
best selection of computer hardware and software. I
have also noticed several new stores opening here in
eastern Oklahoma in the last several months.
anyone tell me how many new stores are opening this year
and next year?
RESEARCH ALERT -- Staples recommended
YORK, Nov 8 (Reuters) - DB Alex Brown said on Monday it
recommends Staples Inc. (NasdaqNM:SPLS - news) as a growth
prospect at reasonable price.
-- The sell-off of
Staples is overdone using any valuation metric, said DB
-- It said it is confident of third
quarter 1999 forecast of upper single digit comparisons
(8 percent to 10 percent) and EPS growing to $0.19
-- Staples' stock price is
tumbling, leading to an unusually attractive valuation
opportunity for investors, Alex Brown said.
Staples is trading at just 20.5 times its calendar 2000
EPS estimate of $0.87.
-- said Staples is also
trading at a 12 percent discount to the S&P 500 despite
its potential to increase EPS 28 percent annually
during the next three to five years.
investors are concerned that Staples is showing signs of
becoming an aging growth company.
-- said growing
competition among the big three office product retailers,
Staples, Office Depot and Office Max, it fuels the risk of
earnings shortfalls for Staples.
-- said Staples'
same-store sales growth slowed to 9 percent during the first
half of 1999, compared with low teen comparisons
achieved during the past five years.
Staples' same-store sales growth may fall short of the 9
percent level in the third quarter 1999 to be released on
-- The ownership in Staples is
shifting from a base of momentum portfolios to those
seeking growth at a reasonable price, DB Alex Brown said.
Stocks such as Home Depot and Wal-Mart languished during
the mid 1990's for similar reasons.
shares were down 1/16 at 17-13/16 on the New York Stock