Barron's puts the spotlight on Steve Madden (SHOO), which still trades at a lower earnings...

Barron's puts the spotlight on Steve Madden (SHOO), which still trades at a lower earnings multiple than rivals despite nine consecutive quarters of 20%+ profit growth and the ability to get cutting-edge footwear into stores much faster than its peers. Shares could rise over 10% in the next twelve months.
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  • D. McHattie
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    Wow! Could rise 10% in just 12 months?? It's a juggernaut!


    28 Nov 2010, 01:27 PM Reply Like
  • Uber Vandal
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    Compared to a Fed Fund Rate of 1/4 of 1%, yields on some Treasury Bills that are negative, and CD's that pay about 2% for a 3+ year term, that is stratospheric.
    28 Nov 2010, 05:12 PM Reply Like
  • positivethoughts
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    Company looks good.
    28 Nov 2010, 05:18 PM Reply Like
  • Stephen Castellano
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    SHOO looks good on relative value, some measures of operating momentum and analyst revision momentum, but not everything is perfect. ROIC is high, but flat. Sales/operating assets have declined y/y. Also, current assets are accruing faster than current liabilities. There are so many other better Discretionary companies than SHOO -- FOSL, ROST, GES, M, LTD, FDO, etc. to name a few. If SHOO moves up 10% over 12 months, these others will be moving higher.
    28 Nov 2010, 10:22 PM Reply Like
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