- 18 Aug '17 at 11:32 am #11260TradersComKeymaster
[article]147[/article]18 Aug '17 at 6:27 pm #11261
[size=5]The selloff continues (at about 25%) … while Krogers got hammered and was seen as good buy at the time — it’s because folks need FOOD, but they can skip on getting a pair of shoes … it will be interesting to see how this settles in next week or so 🙂18 Aug '17 at 10:02 pm #11280ThePitBossParticipant
Good point – they arent essential and people arent going to malls like they used to18 Aug '17 at 10:02 pm #11281ThePitBossParticipant
Blood flowing deeper – Foot Locker NYSE: $FL Aug 18, 2:00 PM EDT
35.07 -12.63 (-26.48%)18 Aug '17 at 10:51 pm #11282
Haven’t been to a Foot Locker store ever – seems unnecessary with all the discount options for me. Can say the same about Dicks18 Aug '17 at 10:58 pm #11283Assistanc3Participant
I wouldn’t hold stock in any business that is inside a mall
really is plain and simple, even if it is doing “well” now, the only question is ..when will the internet find a way to replace it.
Here in Canada, we had a slew of companies declare bankrupt over the past 5 years or so, they were women’s clothing and shoe stores.
If you don’t think things are still getting worse, ask urself this
How is it a Goodwill store goes bankrupt? Is the economy so good that people can afford higher end clothing?18 Aug '17 at 11:03 pm #11284
Wow Goodwill going bankrupt – thats a charity I thought. On the FL was short them and took profit BEFORE today as they had fallen with DICKS and the URBN spike scared me – thats what I get for being logical18 Aug '17 at 11:04 pm #11285
Agree with malls19 Aug '17 at 6:13 pm #11294
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