My son bought $100,000 worth of sinks for $26,000. One time opportunity. He will most likely never move another sink. Amazon will not do as described above. There are already five companies selling Kohler sinks, but my son's are lowest priced new Kohler sinks.
The analysts were obviously nervous yesterday on CNBC when a retail specialist declared "there are more sales on line vs. traditional retail stores". Everyone has their angle to shoot down this behemoth. While not all things for all retailing, this is one incredible story. Keep in mind they keep growing warehousing and employees as their profit will come. My son just bought a truckload of kohler sinks. He repacked them and sent them to Amazon who will assist with marketing, do the shipping, handle returns, charge my son some rent while they are in warehouse system. How cool is that for all parties. The consumer has the advantage of lower costs and product guarantee. My son goes out and buys another truckload of something.
Picture a very large snake wrapping itself around the retail world. WSHEW. glta
A new business relationship with Intermountain Clinics. Up 12 pct and rising. Congratulations to all.
And a special "thanks in memory of" a wonderful Cerner employee: my niece Megan McBride/Franz.
Didn't I recently read where PSEC has authority to issue shares as needed? More like a dribbling rather than a secondary?
Usually there's more cents down on EX-DIV day as there were sellers awaiting the divvy.
TWO for example went ex this week and the pps was went even lower. It has moved back upward since.