bob bull ,you sound more bearish then bullish bob,
As you said "(which may slow)."
But you appear to be not certain , correct.
ULTA is doing just fine in this Bisquit BS,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, No matter what you or mark believe or say that gap you 2 are referring too and stating will never happen
jock have you ever gotten any call right. Every board that you show up on and make your wild predictions the stock ends up going down down down. You are great to short against with your calls.
They will just stay calm. Mean while you should f enjoyed the trade ULTA gave some in the pre market collapse and then after the market opened as ULTA climbed back up to make a profit in just a short amount of time. Like in an hours time
What a great trade over the panic selling and now it is right back to 240. And what does Brexit have to do with make up products. Thanks for panicing and providing some great trading shares much appreciated..
No he said add add add................ULTA is the premier of premiers in beauty products............
Please , don't let the door hit you in the you you know what, on the way out , and thanks for the great info and the facts you supplied in your post
Obviously you have your eyes closed since ULTA is doing as i said and is above 241.00 now........GL and please open your eyes to see the SP number...........
those big institutes are still accumulating
Really big institutions are accumulating this penny stock for proceeds down the road............Yes ok right............How many pairs of those rose colored glasses do you own...........
Cowen & Co. analyst Oliver Chen looks for retailers that are somewhat shielded from the inroads of Amazon, the 800-pound e-commerce gorilla. This purveyor of beauty products fits the bill, catering to customers’ needs for in-store product testing and personalized service.
Ulta (ULTA, $237.84) offers more than 500 brands of cosmetics, fragrances, hair care and skin care products, operating 715 stores in 47 states. The company’s loyalty program, which drives 80% of sales, is a strong competitive advantage. If the stock’s price-earnings ratio—37, based on estimated year-ahead earnings—is sky-high, so is the company’s growth, says Chen, who recommends the shares. But earnings are growing at a 20%-plus annual pace, and revenues have been surprisingly strong, given the tough retail environment. Sales at stores open at least a year, a key measure in retailing, jumped 15% in the quarter that ended April 30 from the same period in 2015, crushing Wall Street expectations. Still, Chen’s one-year target price for the stock, $246, is just 3% higher than Ulta’s current price, so this is a stock best bought on dips.
Read more at http://www.kiplinger.com/article/investing/T052-C008-S003-4-retailer-stocks-to-buy-now.html#M7XIA5DUufze6pUt.99
Remember when i said this yesterday.............to you ingrates
I thank you for all your troops cooperation today and for your posting, feelings and nasty references.........................thanks sincerely opie...........'0)ing as always at the fools that gave out so many usable posts recently.........all of those posts went viral to as many sites as possible..................keep an eye out as you say you are social media hacks............as far as what you say about me well that doesn't matter that is all misinformation anyway that you were fed on purpose.............GLTU and stay out of trouble..............
ULTA Just needs to consolidate above 238.00. It has had a great move as we all know.................Getting through 238.00 was a struggle as it banged against that number for the past 10 days and that was accomplished finally. No worries my friend.
Obviously as usual you show your stupidity. As ULTA banged against 238.00 for the last 10 days and couldn't get through that number. Stop with your stupidity and get lost man......
Yes myself, julsmy , blackiethecat95 and the rest of us howler monkeys have only ourselves to blame for our stupidity and failures in life - as the widespread and easily available public records indicate. Now we can add the NCIC to our 'achievements'.
Yours truly jwj4718 with my confession about myself and the rest of out monkey clan and here is a post by myself below shiowing how disturbed i really am and i am harmful to society as i know i always have been. They should of neer let me out of tat mental institution last year...........
jwj4718 1 minute 34 seconds ago, 12 October 2015, 7:35 PM
That is good I like that post. One flew over the cuckoos nest. This is why you don't want to meet me. I will tare you apart because I am 1 crazy MFCKER. You can see this in my eyes from what I have been told. You won't have a face left. You think Tyson biting off the ear was bad. You aint seen nothing sport. I will #$%$ you up.?
So yeah, Middle Finger...
2 million is nothing 20 million then you have problems and a panic situation.
Both of you were warned last year and the beginning of this year by so many here on this board that this stock was going in the dumper. And dlw2244 kept pushing LINN up to just a few months ago. Until he became aware that so many here were correct. It is investing and some you win and some you lose. And actually many here gave out some great advice with facts to the contrary of the pumpers here that wouldn't listen. You know MB's .can be useful if you listen and do some follow up DD to what the real honest people are telling investors.
In response to a direct question about Sarepta, Woodcock said in an email sent Friday afternoon that there is “no link between review of NDA's and the access (as we call it) policy.”
“There is no connection between the “Compassionate Use” Policy form and any review activity,” Woodcock said in an email sent Friday afternoon. “These access programs have been in place for decades, all the agency was doing was announcing a streamlined form to use — which is great, but doesn’t change any underlying policy. So these regulations on expanded access have been on the books for a very long time.