Not disagreeing with 'helped us', but was that computer trading or human profit taking? I would assume retail would be in for a longer haul.
Enjoy and agree with most of your statements. Read the entire CC and, unless it was intentional BS, it appears these folks know what they are doing. I believe the 'Gift' factor is huge as I see many young kids (and adults) ask for UA goodies. Motley Fool pumps UA, but their logic is articulate and sound. I had hoped to add at a lower price, but it appears many didn't want to miss out in the upper 70's.
I personally go back to my classroom in a low income area. The kids want U A for a gift.
My bet their are a bunch of average slobs in the street who are aware of that and adding here.
I've owned it since $52 and was becoming worried about valuation. My kids at school were receiving UA clothing as Christmas and birthday gifts and we are in a relatively low income rural area. My retired friends are wearing it. When Putin models a T-shirt I'm in for more.....
This article seems to clarify that a bit. Right or wrong, one of the more articulate reads in awhile.
Nice to have a winner for a change.
With the PM spike it appears that the confidence in the govt may be eroding quickly.Where are Ozzie and Harriet when we need them?