Bill Maurer
Long/short equity, long only, short only, growth

Deckers: How Shares Go To $100

One recent loser during earnings season was Deckers Outdoor (NASDAQ:DECK). The company primarily known for UGGs announced a huge Q4 beat, but another round of disappointing guidance sent shares lower. The pullback provides a decent entry point for long term investors, as Deckers remains one of the best plays in this space currently. Today, I'll detail how shares could get back over $100 within the next couple of years.

Looking at Q4 2013 results:

Last week, Deckers announced its fiscal Q4 results. On the top line, the company reported record revenues of $736 million, representing 19.2% growth over the prior year period. This number was well ahead of Deckers' own guidance for 14.5% revenue growth and analyst...

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