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Polaris Inc. (PII)

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  • b
    ben
    I have bought 9 new Polaris snowmobiles in the last 5 years. I ride 6000 miles a year and I can tell you, I have had 0 problems. I have been riding for 15 years now and know how maintain my machines. Polaris is getting very close to SkiDoo in ride quality, but is bar none a far better quality machine than SkiDoo. My riding group all rides Polaris and we refuse to ride with SkiDoo guys because of the poor quality of their machines. BRP has a lot of work to do in the Reliability department. I am not partial to any brand as I Rode Yamaha for many years, but I can tell you, from MUCH experience that Polaris has Hands Down the best quality built 2 stroke sled On the market right now. This is NOT an opinion.
    Bullish
  • A
    Anthony
    I am a Polaris Dealer and I can say is do not bet against them, especially in the next 12-24 months.

    They are in a much better position than any/all competitors to capitalize on the record demand, and with very little aged product they don’t have to rebate. They are also smartly targeting first responders and military buyers with their Heroes Advantage program and they have the best offering of OEM accessories period.

    There will certainly be an upgrade cycle for those buyers who decide to stick with their new form of recreation, so this could boost Polaris fortunes over the next 2, 3, 4 years or more...

    In addition, they are investing heavily in people, tools and programs to ensure that dealers are taking full advantage of all 5 profit centers.

    Oh, and let’s not forget the healthy dividend...
    Bullish
  • t
    tom
    My sources from the inside say that absolutely nothing has changed and nobody really cares about the departure. I certainly don’t think that it will affect the demand for their products. Long term strategy will stay the same, as the board didn’t change. It’s a solid company with real revenues and earnings, unlike some other hyped brand..
    Bullish
  • G
    Gary
    wow -pii lost their ceo ...he was a great ceo ... a big loss ..big shoes to fill. i don't get the appeal of going to CNHI ..it is loaded with debt ..it must be the paycheck he's gonna get ...and who knows what kind of stock options ...well, hope they find a good replacement from within - i am sure they have a lot of good people.
  • D
    Daragh Carter
    Look at the YTD chart, there seems to be strong resistance at $90. It has bounced back off ~$90 about five times since May. I've bought shares twice now at $90, but no options yet. If the CEO's departure pushes it down around $90 again, I think I will pick up some $95 calls for 2-3 months out.
  • G
    Gary
    i do worry about PII talent following Scott Wine over there ...poaching talent is always a concern...
  • g
    glenn
    If Biden removes tariffs China should be nice addition to PII earnings.
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    Polaris is up 6.39% to 103.99
  • G
    Gary
    it is a big loss, and the market reacted ..there is uncertainty right now ...once they find a successor and restore confidence the stock will bounce back.. companies like polaris that are high quality typically have a deep bench of talent to draw from. key for me is whether they get someone from inside. i would feel better knowing it is someone from inside being promoted ...
  • J
    J
    they can't keep inventory in stock guys on wall Street don't know whats.goimg at dealer's this will crush earnings over and over
    Bullish
  • D
    Droidboy
    CEO leaving to go to another company?
    More to this story than we're hearing I
    would imagine!
  • m
    m
    Now time to see how the market reacts to this..
    Bullish
  • J
    Janet
    With the pandemic people are going to buy Polaris snowmobiles like no get out this season. Target CEO Brian Cornell is a Polaris believer and was on their board--he lives near the Polaris HQ. Buy in $97.27
  • t
    travis anderson
    Just got shares at 88.75. Was that a good idea or bad?
  • J
    J
    dumped 50 percent of my Postion at 100 this this morning knew it was the right choice
    Neutral
  • G
    Gary
    odd that the stock has been declining. i would think buyers of polaris products are not so much dependent on stimulus. these are people with a decent amount of disposable income. that is my thinking anyways. a $1200 stimulus check isn't gonna sway someone one way or the other ..
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    J
    bargain territory when it hits 89 im buying a truckload
    Neutral
  • T
    T
    What a joke
  • J
    J
    nice picked up 100 shares at 89
    Bullish
  • J
    J
    buying more this will crush earnings
    Bullish