Seems to be decent traffic in Women's Department, but no traffic in the Men's Department.
Personally, find their Men's section to be lower quality, and high priced for what they are selling.
Don't find anything worth buying.
I don't see JCP owning much of any property, are they not just a leaser!
Piers Morgan is inadvertently do more for gun and ammo sales than any proposed gun legislation. Every news item on crime, guns, and ammo just stimulates more and more consumer gun and ammunition sales. The more Piers addresses the issue, the longer the lines get. Just an observation. Keep up the good work Piers.
Most stores have been limiting sales to customers, which has been inconvient for many customers; but a good overall policy so target shooters are able to have chance at stock. Gander Mountain customers have been lining up in front of stores before they open, to get chance at stock. Also, see customers getting numbers for service in gun departments. Gun Shops with ranges have been limiting customers one box per day, so their target shooters have an opportunity. Retail chains have also put in some limits, but prior to this saw and hurd of customers spending $400, $500, $800, $1100, $1300 on ammo at Walmart.
Cabela's has this policy statement posted:
Cabela's is working diligently through the current dynamic business climate to assure our customers the best chance of fulfilling their product needs. Cabela's is one of the most reliable sources for firearms, ammunition and reloading components, thanks to our strong, long-standing relationships with manufacturers; relationships which, in turn, benefit our customers.
Because of extraordinary demand, Cabela's complete line of firearm accessories, ammunition and reloading supplies may not be shown here. Only in-stock items are displayed. Please check back often as our online assortment is frequently updated.
Cabela's is limiting quantities of ammunition and reloading supplies. This limitation, which will be lifted once supply catches up with demand, will provide the best chance for the greatest number of our customers to fulfill their needs.
We apologize for any inconvenience. Thank you for your understanding.
It is just getting hard to constrain the production levels of NG. I really don’t see any constraints to supply going forward. Demand is a less clear, and puts a little volatility into the model. Very little volatility. Global Climate Change is said to be creating greater fluctuations and extremes in weather patterns. Weather extremes maybe what gives any support to NG pricing.
Seems like the gun shops are busier than the Apple Stores. It may just be that time of year, but the gun shops I have been to the last few months have been very busy. One associate said he is working seven days a week, and it is like this every day.
Project Management and System Implementations have shown improvement the last nine months. Improves customers view and confidence in Netsol. Should benefit customer signings going forward. Macro economics over shadow sector.
Netsol revenue for September quarter right in line with expectations. Good revenue, a result of their improvement in operational performance seen the last few months. Hope their customers appreciate this performance level and reward Netsol with more new business. Recurring revenue to remain relatively strong, with addition of new customers.
We’ve been basically pleasantly surprised on everything with the way the drought was,” he said. “... but I think the yields we’re seeing this year are just a reflection in the improvement in the corn hybrids.”
7.5% of my ebay sales last qtr were overseas, 4% to Europe.
Michigans Retail Gas prices have a 10% jump state wide one afternoon almost every week. In a couple of hours just about every station state wide, makes the usually afternoon 10% jump.
It gets pushed like a penny stock.