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Big 5 Sporting Goods Corp. Message Board

  • boba413 boba413 May 14, 2014 11:17 AM Flag

    Hey Dealer, you sfill here?


    Seems like we wait until the fall to make any progress. MAybe once the e-commercs thing gets going we get back to the high teens or low twenties. OR not, whk knows?

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    • Still here collecting my divi. Glas i held out. Thanks for asking.

    • I've begun watching this stock. Seems to have fallen off due to the easing of firearms sales. But still has a nice base.

      and the recent slide in small caps may add extra head winds.

      but I have an additional thought. the long and hard winter may have hurt sales. Although this was more of a eastern event, and winter sports certainly provides real demand, I can't help to think this had an effect. Was there any mention of this on their last earnings report.

      I would think that this stock may meander over the next 6 weeks as it approaches its next earnings report. I think I will look for a good entry point.

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      • listened to the quarterly earnings report. management seems very candid. the report wasn't wonderful. i knew about the lack of arm sales. weather did seem to weigh on sales too. but earnings should have been a little better because Easter heart last year's quarter, but this year Easter is in the present quarter. (they close stores during Easter)

        as to the next /present quarter, a return to more routine weather should help. but can we depend upon routine weather? and as Easter is in the pending quarter, this will hurt this quarter.

        they're "e-commerce" seems to be a drag on earnings, and they are not giving any guidance on this venture - but that is cautious and shouldn't be criticized. and this is a venture that they must enter to be part of today's commerce.

        i am not a shareholder as of yet. but the value is compelling. i am going to look at a good entry point.

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