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The Company designs, develops and markets footwear, apparel, equipment, and accessory products.
Blue chip plus growth on high margin products.
always big sporting events easy to promote product
Love the global wellness trend.
NBA deal should be good for core business.
Leader in industry
UA is coming on strong and will add share in the profitable athetic shoe segment. NKE will be the one most hurt by this.
2016 Olympics, branching out heavier into soccer...further global game in general.
Strong brand. Loyal Customers, Excellent management. Innovative products.
Does not have the same explosive opportunity that Under Armour does but is still a great company with established and continued growth.
Nike is established and stable. Although nothing revolutionary is in the works for this corporate giant, Nike is a wise long term investment choice. I anticipate within the year to hear news of a 2:1 stock split. While this doesn't increase shareholder's money in and of itself, it creates an energy about the stock that others will buy into. This "energy" coupled with the company's underlying philosophy will guarantee growth.
mgk, s&p 4 star, 99.88
Nike is a leading company in it's market. It is coming out with earnings soon and I believe it is a buy. In graphs for the stock of this company it clearly shows that it has been consistently going up. A lot of people love Nike and buy a lot from this brand. It is also at a fairly low price per share. This is why I believe that Nike will outperform the market and is a good buy.
See you in 100 years.
I wanted to go visit Duke this weekend, but since I cannot even tell what country is hacking my computer right now, I am going to leave it up to TMF1000 and the rest of The Motley Fools to end the Nazi like treatment that has been dosed to the Americans from the unknown hackers of the world. Today is my last Pi Day on The Motley Fool. Please leave me alone or I will put my NKE on and run by you for the exercise. I cannot swim to Turkey and/or Israel for a vacation, so I hope you all have a great weekend. Rock on, I am guessing that I am getting hacked by the Chinese, North Korea and/or Japanese as a joke to make me sick. Anyway, I hope that any newly invented Nike products that are connected to humans do not make them sick like my iPad and/or personal computers. I have learned that pitches are a lot like rubber shoes, the more you use them, the more worn out they get. I hope none of you own a Sony laptop and/or an iPad. This CAPS game is for educational purposes only. At least I learned that the people hacking my family illegally were the ones that made us all sick. Rock on...
I think Nike is a solid company with a proven track record. And also, with the growing popularity of stars and people in general wearing athletic wear as regular clothing, I think this may boost sales.
With FL, this stock is like an IKEA for shoe people.
Sports, it's what people do to keep their minds off the troublesome stuff. Health and exercise is a growing trend. Nike is king of sports equipment.
Nike has some serious brand power. It's still growing at great rates considering it's already impressive size. What's important not to overlook is their dividend! It has continued to grow, and it helps make this a solid stock for the long run. To me, this is what Buffett's talking about when he says he wants to buy stocks that he would feel confident owning if the market shut down for 10 years. The only caveat - don't overpay. A reasonable price is fine, but a sale is even better.
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