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  • mfk2680 mfk2680 Jan 2, 2013 10:02 AM Flag

    Why the drop? What is going on?

    Why the drop? What is going on?

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • Might also have to do with the Nike/Deck article on Motley Fool...European sales were off.
      I think sales will be strong in the US...snow and ice are our friend.

      Sentiment: Buy

    • Shorts working very hard to keep the price from going higher, which would probably trigger many stops....saw this type of action many times on the way down last year...selling 100 shares a pop and just keep the orders coming, driving the price some point in time there will be enough buyers that this little manipulation will not work....need to hear some good news and this thing will skyrocket! Just be patient and don't over react. Longs will be rewarded in the not so distant future. GLA

      Sentiment: Hold

    • Seriously? Did you really expect it not to sell off after the pop at the open? This stock is a trader's dream and until there is more than anedoctal evidence to suggest strong sales nothing has changed here. The pumpers and bashers. will continue to try and manipulate the fools who rush in and out or hold on to that pipe dream.

    • Hopefully it is not based on any news. People sell into rallies like this, especially stocks that have had nice moves like the recent one for DECK. I sold the Jan $40 calls for $3, not wanting to be greedy. At the moment, I'm glad I did. You can still get $2 for them.

    • From 35$ to 41$ in just a couple of days ..... Shorts doing their best to keep this in the range of 37$ to 41$. Just be patience .... eventually they will have to cover. Looking at 52$ by end of february ! Still a good buy ! UGG's sold pretty good the last months.

      Sentiment: Buy


      • 1 Reply to pointpleasanthereiam
      • I would say it somewhat relates to this article, retail across the board is weak today....anything under $40 is still a great buy....

        Retailers, slated to announce their critical December same-store sales on Thursday, will probably show unsatisfactory results due to factors including decreasing consumer confidence tied to Washington’s fiscal-cliff ambiguity, analysts stated Monday.
        The dampened attitude is cutting into forecasts across the discount, department-store and apparel divisions. Among individual retailers, analysts have trimmed consensus estimates on The Gap Inc.(NYSE:GPS), Kohl’s Corporation (NYSE:KSS) and Macy’s, Inc.(NYSE:M) as well as Limited Brands, Inc.(NYSE:LTD), the parent of Victoria’s Secret and TJ Maxx parent The TJX Companies, Inc.(NYSE:TJX), Retail Metrics figures exhibited.
        In the meantime, electronics retailer Best Buy Co., Inc.(NYSE:BBY), facing the prospect of a takeover pending its holiday sales results, was likely to announce a 3% Q4 decline, Retail Metrics data revealed.
        Still, while sales may have suffered a hindrance, analysts stated that better inventory control and typically intended promotions in the season, coupled with lesser cotton costs, are expected going to keep retailers’ profit margin generally intact.
        Analysts have as well trimmed their forecasts on discounter Target Corporation(NYSE:TGT), following the firm’s much-touted designer collection in alliance with luxury retailer Neiman Marcus remained unsuccessful to produce projected demand. Target marked the assortment off by 50% just almost three weeks later than the release at the beginning of December.
        Analysts as well stated that Target’s P-Fresh extended food variety and 5% discount given on its Target card purchases delivered less of a boost during the holiday period as spending is more leaned toward non-necessary things during the holidays.
        Robert W. Baird & Co. analyst Peter Benedict stated that they anticipate Target’s sales stayed lethargic in aggregate over the holidays amidst a competitive environment

        Sentiment: Strong Buy

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