ngpharm... let me help you
1. I am fairly certain you are not married. I firmly believe you don't understand the company's end market consumer. This is VERY important.
2. Regards to expansion and fiscal cliff, it's been proving time and again strong companies with a great business model expand in downturns. They actually come out of downturns stronger. It gets back to point one, but do you think women will buy less hair care, cosmetic goods, perfumes or get their hair "prettied" up less in a downturn?
3. With regards to the company worth.. it is amazing it is worth more than JCP, SHLD and DDS... but it has to do with the market size potential, return on invested capital and future earnings.
You really should not be short or invest in retail if you don't understand these points.
Steve M. - Hi... best regards. I'm a big fan.
man jung - you're on the ULTA board saying short it too?? is there nothing you like?
the TIF takeover is just a matter of time - check with some bankers if you have ANY sources
thanks - was wondering why the stock was up 4.7% on high volumes after hours. I think the smart shorts covered some of their position today which is why volumes was higher than average during the normal trading days.
good luck tomorrow - it's been rough so far for you.
Tip for you - recommend to short a stock before it falls 7% on weaker than expected earnings that are published. The news is already out and weak hands have already sold.
Yesterday was the day to short it, not after it falls.
LVMH and no other company is looking to acquire LQDT as it has no franchise and is in a commodity business.
TIF will be acquired at some point.
there is zero chance we close green today, the recovery we've had from lows is a partial miracle
you are correct, he's an idealoge, a socialist, but he's moved enough that a deal will get done.
back up we go
don't hide when he speaks.
agree he's an idealoge, but perhaps you missed his re-election speech.
it's all about expectations and I bet stocks will go up after he speaks.
I'm saying positive comments are not priced in.
There is the probably of either good or bad comments, and then the reaction that could happen.
ie - market probably thinks 75% bad comments, and stocks would fall 50 beeps to 70 beeps from here depending on how bad the comments are. I think chances of positive comments is 40% to 50%, and market could move up 5% over the next two to four days from here.