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This company is growing stores quickly, with legal trouble this year I believe we can consider "on sale."
Lots of growth potential and seemingly a well run company. Should be adding stores over the next few years. I think the current price was depressed by the latest earnings - which were weather impacted. I was also concerned about he chatter on the boards regarding potential lack of ownership by the principal officers, but that was clarified by other fools and it is clear that the CEO, etc., have a sizable stake in the company. Thanks to those fools who brought up the topic and researched the info!
With both the taint of the Chinese sourcing internal investigation and now the disadvantageous harsh winter behind them -- the bright prospects for expansion and high future growth of Tile Shop Holding's well-run and highly profitable business are poised to take-off again going forward from here.
Stock price has stayed in the doldrums since the Gotham City short attack, but I think the long-term potential is compelling at this price. Excellent store-level economics, long growth runway/low market penetration, and a depressed share price are reasons why I think this stock will beat the market.
Big Opportunity to consolidate market, history of good execution, early in growth cycle.
home depot look alike!
Just a wild guess for now. Need to do more research.
This stock reminds me of Lumber Liquidators in 2011. It has struggled due to some specific issues that should now be behind it. The housing market will rebound in the next few years. The company director just bought a bunch of shares.
Beat up by short report late 2013. Gross Margins continue to impress. Store numbers growth and recovery in real estate will fuel future near-term growth. (18-24 months)
Fraud charges are over.
It may take a little time but TTS will inch back up from the short attack that decimated its share price. When housing gets going it will be in good position to reap rewards.
people will continue to remodel and tts has much better service than the big boxes
great value for future growth potential
I feel like I am getting a break since it is down 20% since I picked in on CAPS. Bought in RL at 13.51. Not sure this theory is a good one to throw money at but let's see...
TTS is a company with margins of over 70%, new stores opening fast, the revenue growth is impressive. Its metrics and operations are reminiscent of an early Lumber Liquidators, (LL) The entire crash of the stock price was due to accusations of fraud by a research firm. However, an independent auditor found no evidence that the Company’s historical financial results have been misstated or that the Company applied any improper accounting treatment with respect to its historical financial statements. TTS which was accused of malfeasance could likely receive a measure of vindication in their claims of innocence. One could suspect TTS will have its accuser pursued for false statements and misrepresentations in an effort to profit at the Tile Shop's expense.With time shares could easily surpass the old 52 week high, (30+) as investors turn there attention to the impressive numbers which TTS is generating.
appears to have too many legal issues.
This gem is due for a super squeeze! We have some retired dentists shorting a best in breed with fantastic metrics. The bogus short attack has run its course, now expect some nice upside to a new 52 week high.
If there ever was an investment I liked its TTS at this level. Extremely knowledgeable management, strong growth and revenue, just a tiny amount of debt, plus stock sold off quite a bit. New 52 week high coming in 2014.
Customer service will propel this company to success.
Any time the Chinese are involved, there is going to be something dirty going on behind the scenes. I worked on a number of IPOs for Chinese companies, and, ultimately, they were all dirty. The concepts of full disclosure and honest business practices are just not part of their business culture. The only imperative is to make as much money as possible, as fast as possible. If you need to sell poisonous toothpaste, or poisonous pet food, or lead filled tiles, so be it. Now I'm involved in investigating money laundering, and Chinese companies are specializing in laundering dirty money from the international drug trade, human trafficking, etc. I just wish I knew about the Chinese connection before investing in this company.
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