I told you in message 521, dated April 21st to
look at colms financials and compare them the
Nautica's. It's still true - colm languishes, Nautical is
moving. Time is the true test. I stand by my consistent
recommendation. Colm is only good for me at 13, then I'll wait
and wait for slow movement up. Naut in the meantime
is steadily pushing up from it's low. Check it
Sincerely hope that colm improves, but in the meantime,
making money other places.
Which part of the chart you referenced looks like
vomit? I've spent a pretty fair amount of time with it,
but it still just looks like a chart to me. If you're
one of those "market gurus", maybe you could help us
less talented investors better appreciate your point.
How many options are in the hands of insiders? At
what strike price? Vesting period?
confused, but I'll bet you can help us out. I can tell by
your posts you must be a rocket scientist or a
double-naught spy or something. Please help!
When are the insiders really going to sell there
This chart really look like vomit. Your better off
putting your money in the bank and getting a 3 or 4%
Because they love their products.
getting f..ked by this company, because the insider pump
and dump there stock options. My case and point, look
at the chart.
It's a total abortion! Wake
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Perhaps I was overly critical of you post. For
that, I apologize. I wrote in that manner on purpose. I
wanted to ruffle some feathers.
don't care for the wording of the press releases. I
recall a release some time back that indeed was
questionable. However, in your original post you took issue
with the depreciation charge that was clearly
explained. Eggluvr, I agree, it is possible there will be
If you need clarification, call
or write the company. Don't hastily post in such a
negative manner on a public board. It is obvious you did
not take the time to re-read and understand the
release. As a "champion" of this thread, why even comment
if you don't like the wording?
suggesting this thread is just for hype. If there is an item
to take issue with, so be it. This stock as been
stuck in a range for some time now. I consider the
recent news to be very positive. I also know that
additional licensing agreements are expected in the not too
distant future. Also, COLM has already out-grown the new
warehouse. Other than the small stock float, I like
everything about this company going forward.
about - the increase in net sales for the quarter from
the continued strength in its European and Canadian
businesses, which reported sales growth for the second
quarter of 62.6 percent and 54.9 percent, respectively,
when compared to the second quarter of 1998. I like
these numbers, and expect this trend to
Anyway, you get the point. I have to go polish my big
blue shoes and fluff my orange hair now. Let's have a
great 3rd and 4th quarter and get this stock price up!!
and have been a champion of its products since
the early days of this thread. However, unlike Colm's
parkas, the quality of their announcements and dealings
with investors has been less than sterling. The latest
announcement is a mild example thereof. But if it works for
you-- fine. If by any chance YOU are the company
"clown" responsible for its wording, you better go back
to school. Good luck in your investments.
I don't think you need to be quite so much of a
horse's ass especially as you seem to have misinterpreted
the press release yourself. If the company has just
built a new warehouse and has incurred additional
depreciation expense of $1.4 million, how can this be "a
one-time hit". Surely we will see additional depreciation
of a similar amount in quarters going
Perhaps you should consider that CD for yourself. CLOWN.
Are you kidding? Can you read? Wording ambiguous?
Read it again, CLOWN:
"net sales of $71.4
million for its second quarter ended June 30, 1999, an
increase of 6.3 percent over the $67.2 million of net
sales for the same period of last year.
Company reported a small net loss for the quarter of
$238,000, or $0.01 per share (diluted) on 25.5 million
weighted average shares outstanding for the second
quarter, compared to net income of $564,000, or $0.02 per
share (diluted) on 25.6 million weighted average shares
outstanding for the same period of last year. Second quarter
results for 1999 are inclusive of an additional $1.4
million in depreciation expense that primarily resulted
from the Company's investment in its US distribution
facility during 1998."
What part of the
depreciation expense is ambiguous, not explicitly mentioned?
Looks like a one-time hit to me.
the separately announced licensing agreement is
estimated to be worth $100 million annually. Sounds all
extremely positive going into the big selling season.
If you are SO doom and gloom oriented, why don't you
sell and take out a CD at the bank where your coins
are safe? Or does Y2K freak you out as
have a nice day