He honored the dead. What is wrong with that? You pods like to twist the truth.
Obama is the same guy who took out Osama bin Laden.
You know the guy whose family Bush protected after 9/11
Of course, the pods think he is a Kenyan, Islamic "thug" (you forgot about that one).
The angry white vote that Trump will dominate in 2016 is a racist group.
They love them some David Duke, and loathe Obama....
We have a volunteer military. Nobody forced these guys to sign up.
Sometimes in the mlitary people die! Get over it!
I do not see the OP whining about the many deaths caused by George W. Bush's decision to invad Iraq seeking weapons of mass destruction that never existed.
My brother was drafted to fight in Vietnam. He was dead in the first few weeks he was there in 1967. My parents never whined to LBJ about it being his fault. Time for these parents to grow up.
Golfsmith allowed me to purchase any brand in their store using a gift card with the exclusion of
Under Armour. That seems clear to me.
The sales rep also indicated Under Armour is on fire in the golf apparel space.
Recently, I was given a $100 gift certificate at Golfsmith. I went to the register to purchase Under Armour shirt and shorts for the golf season. The cashier told me the certificates were good for every brand except Under Armour as they do not discount their products. When I asked how their products were moving, the gentleman just rolled his eyes, and said they cannot keep their stuff on the shelves. Some may credit Jordan Speith for their success in this niche market. I believe they have superior products.
The same will hold true for their Steph Curry shoe. UA makes superior products and will eventually take market share. Kids want to wear that Steph Curry shoe regardless if the Warriors do not win the championship every year. LeBron sells a ton of shoes, and he does not win every year.
UA has pricing power, and does not discount. That is a big deal in retail.
There are very few opportunities in this market. UA is one of them!
131% sales growth in footwear for the week of May 14. Hold on to your shares.
You must be joking?
Steph Curry is the two-time MVP of the NBA. He just won his second award with a unanimous vote, and that is something that no NBA player has ever done. So, he is a better player than James. He led his team to an NBA record 73 regular season wins. What else would you like the man to do?
You attack his persona because of his mouthguard, and towel-wearing?
Better check yourself, and your knowledge of athletes in the 21 century...
The kids love Steph Curry and he is the new face of the NBA. LeBron is now fading into the sunset…
Curry is moving product, and that is all Under Armour cares about….
Just the run o the mill games played by Wall Street. I am more concerned with that last quarter EPS report.
It was awful, and this equity is being sold aggressively.
I do not short stocks, and do not care about the day to day movements. Over time, Under Armour will beat the S&P 500. Buy low and sell high...
Throwing the baby out with the bathwater. Just because Macy's, Kohl's, and Target are getting beat to the punch by Amazon, does not mean Under Armour is not thriving. The person who posted this is a buy opportunity is correct.
UA will be a solid long term hold, and will beat the S&P 500 for the next 10 years.
Amazon HELPS Under Armour move product.
Under Armour is the ONLY golf apparel brand that is not discounted at Golfsmith.
The growth in Under Armour will come when it can appeal to the female gender a bit better,
and expand the channels and doors for their goods.
Also, when the finally achieve global penetration.
This company has quite a bit of growth opportunity ahead.
Can they execute is the better question?
He wore them, for the first time, during the playoff game last night vs. Portland.
They look sweet...
Soon after the NBA's much anticipated announcement, the brand had launched and sold out of limited edition Curry basketball shoes. By early afternoon, the Curry MVP Back 2 Back Pack, including shoes Curry wore in each MVP season, sold out at $400 each in pre-orders online.
Under Armour has Curry and his signature basketball shoe line to thank for much of the surge in footwear sales, up more than 60 percent in the first quarter, as the brand takes on much larger rival Nike.
The company said its celebrating "Stephen's outstanding achievement" with the commemorative footwear and a men's Back 2 Back MVP SC T-shirt for $35.
Under Armour's planning to make the MVP shoe pack available again this summer. The two-pair bundle, including a re-release of the Curry One MVP and a new Curry Two MVP, will go on sale June 24 at UA Brand Houses and some retailers.
30% revenue growth and a 34 multiple.
Waste Management has 5% revenue growth with a 37 multiple.
Investors are chasing yield.
This trend will change soon enough.
Instead of complaining, it may be wise to add some shares...
The apparel stocks are getting hammered after the Macy's and Fossil debacles. This has nothing to do with Under Armour. $39 is a good price. But, if you are to willing to ride out some turbulence it is best to sell, and move on.
The "Back to Back" MVP shoe was a limited offer.
I believe it was two pairs per customer.
They look sweet….
Curry moves product...