We have a client at the store where I drive for Lowes that bought 96 properties. They are all multiunit. One property alone has us running 40 appliances a week to them. We are in the process of hiring 3 more drivers. Maybe my judgment is skewed from my store, buy I know we are not the exception.
1.24mm foreclosed homes and 3x as many distressed properties will be bought up, fixed up and flipped or rented out. Rich people still buy $4,000 refrigerators last time I checked. Low will be just fine.
You may have snatched defeat from the jaws of victory. Our store's biggest client(s) is(are) firms that buy foreclosed properties and flip/rent them. By a factor of 10.
Same New Years Resolution people I see at the gym for three weeks in January.
Just bought the Jan'16 105/110 call spreads for .55. Looking for an 8 bagger-couldn't squeeze a 9bagger out of it. Stock need to go up 50% in next 2 years to make it(22.4% compound). Any long term shorts want the other end of this?
Just so you know, the store I work at realized that a large number of its employees had vacation they had to use-or-lose by fiscal yearend January 31. I am a delivery driver and next week will be the only one driving. We usually have 3(down from 4 due to attrition). How I will drive both flatbed and box truck, pick up ICB's(interstore transfers) and stay within 70 hours in 8 days is beyond me.
Dunkin employees don't even know what their own stock price is. Most of you dumbazzes looked up Dupont thinking it was DNKN.