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The Company designs, develops and markets footwear, apparel, equipment, and accessory products.
HUGE sports company. Keeps on releasing new products, all usually successful. Good international base—50%! 10x bigger than Under Armor—that's not necessarily better, it just means SAFER. Also has a relatively good 24 P/E ratio, better than UA's 70-something
start buying with expectation of having full position at $70. World Cup will be big catalyst. China will be better than expected. Currency headwinds will temper down a bit. Expecting price to be $80 in a year.
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Update - Price/FV 1.24Fair value 63.2Normalized eps 2.72Sales growth 7.5%Op Margin expands to 14% from 13.7%Competitive advantage period 10 years (wide moat)Discount rate 9%Market P/FV is 1.02NKE to underperform marketInvestment period 3 yrs
Market leader, maintained standards, stable share price performance, this seems to be a very interesting company to invest in.
Nike, another market leader for your long term portfolio.
Nike is the giant in sports apparel and shows no signs of letting up.
NKE has consistently outperformed the S&P 500 at the 1, 3, 5, and 10 year mark. Solid long term outperformance will likely continue for the next 5 years with its dividend.
Real money pick. It's Nike, what else do you need to know?Picked up a position on 11/26 and will continue to hold long term.
Name recognition and the fact that lower income people will buy their products even if they really should purchase a less expensive brand. In other words, I think the demand curve for Nike shoes is very in-elastic.
Nike is everywhere in sports and the premium brand. Excellent management. Will continue to lead it's industry.
Nike is Greek for Goddess of Victory...
Top shoe company in the world.... BOOM. Da da da DADADA. Que the ESPN (owned by Disney) music.
Very trendy clothes.
I'm glad they made the Dow, this will only solidify there strength in the market as a core stock.
Rock solid company with good exposure to overseas markets that is now also being added to the Dow.
got the goods
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