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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.
The Tile Shop, low book value, making a loss. End ASAP.
After the uncertainty over Gotham's allegations is cleared this stock should return, slowly, to its original highs and continue to grow.
Recent drop to below $10 was great buying opportunity and people expect a 2nd Gotham report to hit soon...driving the stock down again. If so, TTS will offer another great buying opportunity because TTS's growth is outstanding.
I'll take the bull side of this picture as I think the knee jerk reaction to the Gotham report was probably way over done.
Short attack will fail.
Gotham's short hack does point out some potential concerns; however the past indicates that it's coincidental. The inventory growth in the report is inaccurate (Join Rule Breakers and see David Meier's analysis for detail on this) and the truth is it's actually DECLINED as a ratio to days sales over the past three years. No fire, because it's not smoke. Steam from the hot air. No matter how you slice the numbers, the company is growing like wildfire.
I'm buying on the dip after the short attack. Great company for long-term investment.
Good lead by Motley subscriber below! This is a long term growth stock that I'll take this bet on!Entry point opportunity!
Legal issues harpooned stock
News of potential fraud very challanging
This company is growing by leaps and bounds with perhaps a misstep every now and then. Considering that it was near 30 dollars a couple of weeks ago and is now slightly above 21 dollars, I'd say it is a pretty good buy. New and used housing seems to be picking up as well as remodeling so I think this company will be a good one over they next few years.
Building Tile stores across the country. They are trying to be the Tile store like LL is the wood floor store. Long run way of growth.
High margin specialty retailer with a lot of room to grow out presence in the US market.
The news that the expansion plans are a ploy to drive up stock prices, that the management isn't capable and that tiles made in China are polluted -- all that will hurt the stock for a long time.
Good growth, long ramp ahead. Dinged for margins, I guess. 5 years from now this should look good.
Increasing same store sales, opening more stores, and an upwards trend in the popularity of tile. What's not to like?
Watch for fun new marketing at a billboard near you.
Looking to expand at just the right time in the cycle
Solid company w/ good mgmt
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