As 2014 progresses, I'm working to expand my coverage universe here on Seeking Alpha, with an added emphasis on small-cap names. I've always been one who has covered a number of retail or consumer goods type names, and today, I'm here to analyze another promising company. Skechers (SKX), a well known footwear company, is one name investors might want to keep an eye on going forward. The company's potential for double digit revenue growth should separate it from the pack. Today, I'll explain why Skechers has some decent potential.
Past results and current expectations:
First, I'll take a look at past results and expectations for the completed 2013 and 2014 we are in now. The following table shows...
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