Right now that is the case. However, they keep on selling and they keep coming back for more, and more of them. That's right, REPEAT customers who are loyal to a high end brand. With more and more products coming out their market share is growing. They also have other very well made products that are gaining ground. With over seas and online market growth this is a name BRAND that will be here for a long time.
I just want to welcome you as just another clueless tool on the board. If you don't like the stock go find something else to do.
You just have to sit back and wonder what's going through someone's head to call this stock a "turd". It's been one of the top performing stocks in the last 14 months, and is up over 100%. If that's the definition of a "turd", then please, someone help me find some more of them because there isn't enough "TP" to wipe up the profits I'm sitting in.
No immediate need to split. With the stock where it is it's harder for the shorts to get out, let em burn for a while. A dividend next would be an even bigger boost.
Didn't hear this, but it's great news. I will certainly enjoy the holidays this year watching the shorts fry.....
The only thing Deck and 38 have in common is, that's about how much more in dollars the stock will go up in the not to distant future.
Ok, clearly you have way to much time on your hands. You're getting a little carried away with yourself at this point, I'd tone it down a little.
I didn't say it was a game changer, but the continued praise does help. With all the detractors and naysayers in here we just keep the positives noted as well. If you've been in here for a while you would have already known that.
Even though I'm not personally an Oprah fan, there is no disputing that her mentioning, owning, and giving away items is a big boost to the company that owns them. Now we have Oprah declaring that her favorite and most comfortable boots are UGGS!! I don't know about you, but that just rings dollar signs to me. This should be another stellar Christmas and winter season for Decker.
There are many things that go into it, but cold weather is the one psychological trigger that grabs the attention of the consumer most. There are also more girls than boys and those new and growing teens want their UGGS every year. With the new models coming out the people that buy them will also want variety. There is also a strong brand loyalty to quality products. Bottom line is what we have been saying all along, UGGS are here to stay, and Decker with it's acquisitions is setting itself up to be around for a long time.