I just came home from a one day trip and meeting
which had me out of the office the entire day.
just reviewed the posts over the last two days and
once again, it appears as though Yahoo Board
Surveilance has erased approximately ten posts. I'm sure it's
the garbage (I'm being kind in only referring to
these posts as garbage) from about # 3076 through #
3116. I've counted at least 10. I only hope that some
day order will return to this board and the spirit of
simply exchanging comments about SKX, the footwear
industry and it's competitio will come into play. Until
then, and until Yahoo stamps out the "roaches & vermin"
in their entirety, we may see these insects continue
to crawl from under their rocks and their nests to
run amok over this board.
Sad, but these
creeps have no life, no aim or direction at all, and
nothing better to do with their time.
this post will create a dozen foul or stupid remarks
from this peanut gallery. Visiting this board is no
different than visiting the "monkey" house at the zoo. Only
here you can't just toss them a banana. If I could, I
To all the sane souls that wish this board would
become useable again, have a great day on
Finally some talk about Skechers. After the CC, I
am more impressed with the company. With futures
higher than ever before, the next quarter stands to be
very impressive. Like a past postere stated if they
miss it they are screwed. Well after that call I am
almost certain they will not only make it but beat it
handsomely. In time the price will also follow upward, but as
an investor you need to have patience. Pleased with
the CC and am looking forward to the next few months.
In the meantime I will continue to accumulate,
waiting for the price to head higher.
On a sidenote
some interesting things about Skechers balance sheet.
No long term debt, little short term debt and
increasing revenues year over year. Definitely a mark of a
Are you an owner of SKX? I'm long 5,000 shares
(under water about $8,000) and I'm feeling much more at
ease now than prior to the quarterly report/CC. On the
other hand, I have no long history here and I hope I'm
not fooling myself - or being fooled. My instinct
tells me things weren't as bad this past quarter as the
numbers make it seem (I think they borrowed too much from
it to make last quarter look better). At these
prices, I'm inclined to go longer and take my chances.
The potential reward seems to make it worth the risk.
Any thoughts? Thanks.
Just listened to the call. They were just as
optimistic in the call last Q. Which time should we believe
If they blow it again, this stock'll be trading
UNDER the counter, not over. They know that, tho.
For a company that clearly missed their
original guidance numbers, they certainly sound
optimistic. The questioners, particularly a fund manager that
must have taken it on the chin, pushed much harder
than you typically hear on these
Overall, it sounded good and they repeatedly stated their
order rate is higher than ever (and has continued to be
so since they first announced this.) Given the
extremely positive tone of their message (they virtually
guaranteed this quarter), they better not miss again or this
stock will be traded over the counter.
Yr_tLmes_up is PickIe. Eye_be_m. One of his 3
dozen aliases. With his lousy spelling and clumsy
grammar, he stands out like a skunk at a church
Similarity: You and PickIe are always off topic taking shots
at people (okay, me too).
Difference: You are
intelligent and educated.
Everyone's wise to the yr_tlmes_up/yr_times_up
Imitation is the sincerest
form of flattery. You remind me of a minnow pretending
to be a bass.
Have a nice weekend.