• MSF INVESTMENTS
    Lampert's plan is to divest nonprofit operations, create a miniature Amazon with brands and to redevelop the good real estate. $SHLD $GS
    7/20/13
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    • MSF INVESTMENTS: It appears no one is selling the stock, very low volume.
      7/20/13
    • MSF INVESTMENTS: This is an individual that analyzes to the max. When he is on his million dollar yacht he reads novels of books. He sees everything.
      7/20/13
    • Energysystems: Almost a decade in and he's still formulating a "plan". LOL
      7/20/13
    • Bouchart: Miniature Amazon? Amazon doesn't make money either.
      7/20/13
    • MSF INVESTMENTS: In the sense of Amazon's retail business style.
      7/20/13
    • MSF INVESTMENTS: memberships, online focus,etc.,
      7/20/13
    • MSF INVESTMENTS: We have to see what happens it's in Lampert's hands.
      7/20/13
    • MSF INVESTMENTS: To be honest, I think Lampert knew all along what he was doing. he was buying shares through the process for ESL and Sears Holdings -cheap.
      7/20/13
    • MSF INVESTMENTS: We will see the outcome soon but he knew what he was going to do from day one of the merger. We have to see if it works.
      7/20/13
    • Bouchart: The idea of Sears copying Amazon's strategy is just silly, because Amazon is just one big online Sears catalog, really.
      7/20/13
    • Bouchart: If people don't buy products in Sears' stores, why would they buy them online? What can Sears online differently than other firms?
      7/20/13
    • MSF INVESTMENTS: Sears Holdings have the brands, membership rewards which offer cheaper prices and points,most of their business is online and is increasing.
      7/21/13
    • MSF INVESTMENTS: Again, the retail is part of the holding company.
      7/21/13
    • MSF INVESTMENTS: I agree there has to be more to his plans than we see. We have to wait and see.
      7/21/13