The apparel stocks are getting hammered after the Macy's and Fossil debacles. This has nothing to do with Under Armour. $39 is a good price. But, if you are to willing to ride out some turbulence it is best to sell, and move on.
The "Back to Back" MVP shoe was a limited offer.
I believe it was two pairs per customer.
They look sweet….
Curry moves product...
Trump should not discuss any policies until he gets an advisor to help him. He changes policies like he changes his shirts...
Stephen Curry (reigning MVP) will be named MVP for the second consecutive season today.
He is a magnet for kids and a great role model.
Many kids emulate his game by shooting 3's.
They also buy his shoes.
I work with kids and all of them want #30 on their sneakers.
The big money investors have been bidding up high yielding stocks for quite some time now. Stocks like Clorox, Proctor & Gamble, and Waste Management have been on a tear. While growth stocks like NFLX, GOOG and UA have been selling off.
UA has posted 30% revenue growth and has a multiple of 35. Waste Management is a single digit grower and has a multiple of 37! Investors are bidding up dividend stocks for the 3% yield. I am not saying that it will end badly for the high yielding stocks. But, in a low interest rate environment the conservative investors are paying handsomely for a little yield. That ail eventually change, and growth stocks will be in vogue once again. That is if they continue to show growth.
I on both UA and WM and will not sell a share of either one. The phenomenon of chasing growth will end soon enough, and a well-run growth company like Under Armour will outperform the S&P 500 over time.
The main gist of the shortfall was that Californians are not using as much water?
I live in California and we were instructed by government to use 20% less water in 2015 than 2014.
Many of us used less water, and comtinue to use less water.
Who did not see that coming?
Investors were not impressed with conference call and EPS report as the stock cratered 7%!
The analysts did a terrible job of asking any probing questions.
The CEO Robert Sprowles kept referring to "Triple A rating" and increasing dividends.
He said construction is now getting going.
But, I am more concerned with revenue growth than CapEx.
I will keep my investment here for now. But, will scrutinize this company more closely going forward.
As investors shouldn't we expect execution, and not excuse-making?
It sounded like "The dog ate my hoomework" from the CEO...
The conference call is at 2:00p.m. EST today.
A 20% miss is a big miss, and a red flag for me.
$93 million in revenue is their worst sales quarter in half a decade.
Yes, it is quite likely to be a buy opportunity in the longer term?
But, I need to know how management explains this quarter.
Good Luck To All...
AWR missed by a bunch. The stock is selling off with strong volume.
How did management botch this one?
Is the dividend is still safe?
I must listen to the conference call to assess my investment here.
This is a red flag for me...
Obama is a good speaker, and a good president.
He achieved what he said he would do during the campaign.
Get out of Iraq
Fix the economy
Universal health care
He had to battle the Party of No! Why will the not give Garland a fair hearing?
The GOP are absolutely irresponsible….