Discussion in 'Stocks' started by Landonfisher, Mar 29, 2018.

  1. destriero


    1.602B shares outstanding (buy-backs); not 1.62B. I didn't have shares outstanding data in front of me and on my phone. I figured restricted/ESOP shares would be nominal. Boo hoo. Next time reply with an accurate figure.
    Last edited: Sep 8, 2018
    #21     Sep 8, 2018
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    #22     Sep 8, 2018
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  3. srinir


    #23     Sep 10, 2018
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  4. Nike does $2 billion per year in online sales. That's roughly $5.5 million per day. Add 30% and that's an extra $1.65 million in sales which is chicken feed. Who really thinks that trend will continue?

    Let's revisit at the end of the quarter and see what the numbers really are.
    #24     Sep 11, 2018
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  5. destriero


    Nike does nearly $2.8B in online revs. This is prior to the Kaep ad-campaign.
    #25     Sep 11, 2018
  6. Im showing you as an ignored member, but you're not on my ignore list. Your posts show up blank, but oddly enough I can reply to them.
    #26     Sep 11, 2018
  7. dealmaker


    Just Undo It

    The mayor of Kenner, a suburb of New Orleans, banned the recreation department from buying Nike products, after the company ran advertising featuring the knee-taking NFL star Colin Kaepernick. But then Ben Zahn had to do a u-turn, rescinding the order on the advice of the city attorney. Zahn: "My patriotism will not waiver, but my focus needs to be on the city of Kenner and the many great projects we have in store for our city." NBC
    #27     Sep 13, 2018
  8. dealmaker


    #28     Sep 13, 2018
  9. dealmaker


    Nike Controversy

    That Kaepernick campaign controversy is still going. USA Gymnastics' new interim president and CEO, Mary Bono, has apologized after people picked up on a tweet she emitted shortly after Nike started using knee-taking NFL star Colin Kaepernick in an ad campaign. The now-deleted tweet showed a crossed-out Nike logo on a pair of golf cleats. "I regret the post and respect everyone's views and fundamental right to express them," Bono said. Fox Business
    #29     Oct 16, 2018
  10. dealmaker


    UNC extends deal with Nike, worth more than $60M
    The University of North Carolina, Michael Jordan's alma mater, has just announced a 10-year extension of its apparel deal with Nike. According to Forbes, the new deal will average $6.27 million USD per year and will catapult UNC onto the most valuable college apparel deals in history. The publication goes on to state the Tar Heels "will average $2.87 million USD in wholesale product allotment and $3.4 million USD in cash annually from their new deal." (Hypebeast)
    #30     Dec 21, 2018