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lieutenantfox 397 posts  |  Last Activity: Jun 1, 2015 4:34 PM Member since: Nov 24, 2004
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    by eohippus617 May 18, 2015 3:11 PM
    lieutenantfox lieutenantfox Jun 1, 2015 4:34 PM Flag

    Agree with all you say, eohippus. One thing to consider is the likelihood of a broad market sell off (Lord knows we are due). I don't think the low $140 is out of the question. Good point about the World Cup. I had forgotten about that. Not having the Mayweather fight can't help either- although I realize it is only one event.

  • lieutenantfox lieutenantfox Sep 17, 2014 5:51 PM Flag

    Simple...they are ETFs and the rules of supply and demand prevail. Buyers come in at $7.50 and support the price. It is COMPLETELY irrelevant as to the "math". You are overthinking this big time. It isn't physical silver. It is an equity (even if it is backed by physical silver). Supply and demand. That is all that matters. How does Tesla sell at over 50% of GMs market cap? Same thing. Everyone knows the math doesn't work and nobody gives a rat's #$%$.

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    Dropping like a rock...

    by mac110m Apr 24, 2014 10:21 AM
    lieutenantfox lieutenantfox Apr 25, 2014 11:25 AM Flag

    You are worried about .39 cents? Who cares....

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    BC 12

    by adelynrob Dec 19, 2012 10:44 AM
    lieutenantfox lieutenantfox Jan 16, 2013 5:50 PM Flag

    You got it backwards, genius. Stock prices over the long term have ZERO to do with technicals.

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    Bad Managment Fred

    by feliciatate398 Oct 19, 2012 12:21 AM
    lieutenantfox lieutenantfox Dec 29, 2012 8:20 AM Flag

    Typical disgruntled employee posts. Ignore. Zero debt, wide moat, and pays almost a 3% dividend. That is all you need to know. People post this #$%$ about all companies. Do you know how many employees wouldn't have #$%$ on Steve Jobs had he burst into flames? Loving management and the success of a company never go hand in hand. I worked for a tyrant for years, and although it was difficult, he was extremely talented. Get over it.

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    My Fellow Shreholders

    by indian8788 Oct 24, 2012 7:25 PM
    lieutenantfox lieutenantfox Oct 26, 2012 12:17 PM Flag

    Well...we certainly know you can't call bottoms as evidenced by the utter wealth killer debacle known as Deckers. Seriously, anyone that takes ANYTHING this guy says as "investable knowledge" is insane. He clearly has zero understanding on how companies are valued. Anyone, with ANY knowledge will admit two things about UA...that it is a wonderful, cutting edge company, that is simply overvalued relative to earnings. The company is fantastic. I would bet I own more UA clothes then anyone I know (maybe 30 shirts and shorts). The point isn't "is it a good company". That debate is over. The real issue is....will it outperform over the next few years based on a very high valuation. Could it? Sure. Will it? I doubt it. I know they will expand oversees...I know they are taking market share from Nike, etc. But, ALL of this is built in. Analysts have built ALL OF THIS into their models. There are no secrets. 60x earnings is a lot of risk to take. If you want to take it...I wish you luck. Cisco was / is a great company too. I sold it in 2000 at over $100 per share. It now sits at around $18 with much higher revenue. Why? Because ALL companies slow down, and then the momentum crowd leaves them for dead (see CMG) and that is that...

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    Chipotle- David Einhorn

    by indian8788 Oct 2, 2012 4:03 PM
    lieutenantfox lieutenantfox Oct 3, 2012 4:01 PM Flag

    What about DECK? That was some fast thinking!!!! All the way to the poor house. Keep up the "great minds". BTW, genius, "thnk" is actually spelled "think". You really are a legend in your own mind, aren't you? Laughable really. Please let me know ALL your future buys. I will blindly short all of them. Taking the opposite side of the trade is easy money with you.

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    Good company but the stock is overvalued

    by nquisiter Sep 21, 2012 12:31 PM
    lieutenantfox lieutenantfox Oct 3, 2012 3:47 PM Flag

    Indian....still don't have any manners, hugh? Keep buying that Deckers bro. What was your first buy...$81? Are we supposed to take you seriously? A Warren Buffet you are not. Now if you shorted DECK from $81 then I would respect didn't.

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    all in my ira

    by rict3t2t1 Sep 20, 2012 1:37 PM
    lieutenantfox lieutenantfox Sep 30, 2012 8:58 AM Flag

    Your're up 60% on your investments? I think we both know that isn't true. Keep on averaging down on DECK bro. Good call on a second rate company with a flagship product that nobody wants anymore. What were you thinking?

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    Looks like UA is close to a bottom

    by salvatoregovernale Sep 26, 2012 2:37 PM
    lieutenantfox lieutenantfox Sep 26, 2012 8:21 PM Flag

    You're on drugs. Do u people realize this thing sports a PE of 60!!!! See you in the 40s soon.

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    by indian8788 Sep 21, 2012 10:22 PM
    lieutenantfox lieutenantfox Sep 21, 2012 11:06 PM Flag

    Yeah...Cramer "seems to be learning from you". You= high school diploma...Cramer= Harvard Law. Congrats on your "world beating" call on UA. You are a legend in your own mind. Maybe u can break even on the DECK trade with your UA gains. Net zero beats a loss. Keep drinking that Kool Aid...your ego is a good source of humor for me. Keep the chest pounding comments coming. I love reading them. your spare time, maybe you can cure cancer or work on global warming. You know...if you aren't busy. LOL.

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    all in my ira

    by rict3t2t1 Sep 20, 2012 1:37 PM
    lieutenantfox lieutenantfox Sep 21, 2012 11:47 AM Flag

    Chilcopter and seemed stressed? Maybe a little Dr. Phil to calm you down? Keep averaging down, guys. The bottom has to be near. Unbelievable how dumb you three are...

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    all in my ira

    by rict3t2t1 Sep 20, 2012 1:37 PM
    lieutenantfox lieutenantfox Sep 21, 2012 11:45 AM Flag three are an emotional mess. are down 50% AT LEAST. You need a 100% return on your investment to break even. I am the idiot? LMAO!!!! You are a punk kid that never learned the golden rule in investing....admit when you are wrong. You can't do it. I have never read anything you have written where it said "I have reevaluated and I was wrong about this company". You take the easy way out. You say, "The market is wrong!!!!!" You are a kid that has read a few books. Big deal. Also, comparing Deckers to Apple? Are you #$%$ serious? You are talking about the most valuable company on the planet and comparing it to a boot manufacturer. That is like comparing Roseanne Barr to Megan Fox. Laughable.

    Lastly, I was not disrespectful in my dialogue with that other guy. He politely responding that he had a stop loss...or something you don't have...which is an exit strategy. Grow up, bro. Learn some respect, and keep that job at are going to need it.

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    all in my ira

    by rict3t2t1 Sep 20, 2012 1:37 PM
    lieutenantfox lieutenantfox Sep 20, 2012 4:50 PM Flag

    You are insane to buy this for your retirement. A trade, maybe. The market is telling u that this company is in decline. This is NOT a case of a good company selling off on non-company specific events. This company, clearly, has issues. Forget about "how cheap it is". No one cares. It is cheap for a reason. Proceed with caution. I am not short and definitely not long. Good luck. Buy puts to protect your downside.

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    by indian8788 Sep 18, 2012 12:45 PM
    lieutenantfox lieutenantfox Sep 18, 2012 7:32 PM Flag


    I am not trying to kick you when you are down. Far from it. I just can not understand why you would cling to a stock that is clearly in decline. I know, I see value and the market is wrong. Clearly, there are issues at Deckers. We ALL make mistake. I have made a ton. I think some critical analysis is needed here. One of the greatest mistakes an investor can make is not admitting when they made a mistake. Of all the retail stocks out there....this one has the best future? I know you have done well with UA, but that is clearly a superior company by any metric (besides valuation). I would strongly advise you at least buy puts. Good luck...I hope this one turns around for you.

  • lieutenantfox lieutenantfox Sep 16, 2012 5:10 AM Flag state that this is going "much lower", yet your target is less then 5% from the current price? Was that a typo?

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    Book Recommendation

    by indian8788 May 19, 2012 1:09 PM
    lieutenantfox lieutenantfox Sep 1, 2012 5:15 AM Flag


    If you REALLY want an eye opener into Jim Cramer then Street Addict isn't the book you should read. Get a copy of Trading with the Enemy. It is a phenomenal, funny, yet disturbing book about a guy that was employed at his hedge fund for a couple of years. Cramer sued to block the book because it accuses him of insider trading (I believe 4 pages were taken out of the book because the publisher didn't want the legal battle).

    Anyway, the book is rare and hard to get. I have a copy and it is both profound, and hilarious. One of the better books I have read.

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    Phil Knight VS Kevin Plank

    by indian8788 Aug 25, 2012 10:15 AM
    lieutenantfox lieutenantfox Aug 27, 2012 11:56 AM Flag

    While $1 billion is nothing to sneeze compares to you or I having $50,000 in the bank vs. someone else having over $500,000. It isn't close.

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    by lieutenantfox Aug 13, 2012 9:47 PM
    lieutenantfox lieutenantfox Aug 18, 2012 9:34 PM Flag

    Never heard back...oh problem. Good luck with TRLG. I am still considering a position. Take care.

  • lieutenantfox by lieutenantfox Aug 13, 2012 9:47 PM Flag


    I was reading through the posts and noticed two things. First, you are generally interested in disseminating pertinent information about True Religion. Second, you are long. So, I was wondering what your general thesis (catalyst) is for the shares moving higher (instead of lower). I have poured over the numbers and I must say that this, at face value, appears to be cheap by ANY metric. Couple that with the no debt and high dividend yield and it looks like a no brainer.

    This leads me to believe that the "smart money" thinks it is headed lower. Admittingly, I have never owned, or even shopped, in one of their stores. I could never bring myself to buy a $300 pair of jeans, although I have friends that do (and one in particular says they are the best jeans he has ever owned). In a fragile economy (arguably heading into another recession) don't you think their price point is...well...high?

    Also, it looks as though the women's side of the business is not growing and that it is men's jeans (and really only that) that are propelling the stock along (and generating great free cash flow I might add).

    Anyway, I would be really interested to know if you are a consumer of their products, and why you are an investor? I am strongly considering selling puts (SEPT 12 $20 strike)and hope it gets "put to me".

    Any info you care to share will be greatly appreciated. Also, I think you might like the site Seeking Alpha, as they have a few articles about TRLG on there as well. Peace.

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