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what a concept? This one will seek the sweet spot between Walmart and Dollar stores. It feels right doesnt it? Look into their stores and their sales and you will agree.
I like the story here. Better than a dollar store, but still screams value to its customers. Lots of room for growth.
As the economy gets tight, this stock will rise. Opening stores all over the Dallas area, hard not to notice this expansion (Lynch).
Long. Potential super-performer. Five Below. Like a dollar store, but sells everything between $1-$5. 40+x fye PE, so not cheap, but 33% revenue growth and opening tons more stores. 258 stores so far. Closest one to my zip code is over 600 miles away. This will surely change and they could have close to as many stores as a dollar store. (Family Dollar has 7,600 stores, Dollar General 10,600 stores, DollarTree 4,600 stores). So much growth expansion is ahead for this company.
New kid on the block of the dollar stores that is getting alot of new customers as consumers are getting more price conscious.
Cramer says its cheap
Great business, worth about $10-$15 per share as of 2013: http://www.gurufocus.com/stock/FIVE In other words, Look out Below ;)
It is said that pre-teens and teens have unlimited disposable income. That should serve this fast-growing retailer well over the next 5 years as it serves them.
The Farce is strong in this one.
I challenge you to come up with a scenario where this company is worth $2 billion. Or $1 billion. Net income is virtually non-existent. I will be vindicated in due time. At -40.02 on 09/26/2012.
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