Very interesting. Thanks for the information.
Do you know if they had owned 2.7 million or were the 1 million by the Small Cap Opp Fund included in the 1.7 m of FMR?
And the total of both holding is 236,070 now, right?
It would help me if it was stated more simply in the form like "Number of shares held before this filing: 1,700,000
Number of shares held now: 230,000" or similarly.
Well, I guess one can find this info, if one knows how to decipher the numbers of the various items.
I saw their 13 G that was filed.
However, I don't understand the details.
Could you elaborate?
I know that on 31.12.2014 Fidelity held the following positions:
FMR LLC 1,732,070 (11.07% of outstanding shares)
Fidelity Small Cap Opp. Fund 1,023,921 (6.54% of outstanding shares).
How much do they hold now?
Did they have to file because they're below 5% now?
In the filing I read this:
" sole power to vote or to direct the vote:
Is this the current holding?
I have to say, the filings are not easy to understand.
I also like the idea of having a premium Made in the US APP line and perhaps a basic line (with good ethical work conditions; one can be transparent about that, and why not create good jobs abroad?) made in Brazil or Mexico, etc..
There is a recent article in which the author suggests that Under Amour should at least manufacture some percentage in the US.
It's in the Baltimore Sun. Not possible to give some kind of link here.
I also like the new bottles where you add a pod in the top to create a nice flavoured water (this will be without soda bubbles, I think).
The stainless steel bottles look great.
And for those who are sceptical of craft flavours, have you checked out drinkfinitys website? The flavours they offer are
Apple Guarana and
Not your standard lemon soda or grapefruit flavour drink.
This looks very promising, too.
I like the recent developments, more upscale, more focus on streamlining of products, less mass marketing.
The new flavour bottles that can be seen in the bottom of the photo in Seth's latest SA article look very good.
With flavours like Ginger Ale, Root Beer, etc. this is recognizing the current trend to buy Craft Soda (same as with beer).
The clean design of the bottles with just some colours and letters instead of photos reflects that.