The people who ripped up nike stuff needed to replace it =P
Pigs are going home devastated by the second.
Lol dwumpf wrote:
Clearly Nike was acting in the best interest of its shareholders, the underpinning of great American capitalism.
Those whining belong in Venezuela.
Venezuela is too good of a place for you.
This thread means nothing to me until their stock price surges.
why? do you own a significant portion of nike stock?
Their stock prices are still down from where they were. This is also just an initial reaction to the move. Can almost guarantee that this 31 percent spike in sales won't be sustainable for very long at all. I not so secretly hope that Nike falls.
Yeah? How much down? 2% or so? Or even less? Meaningless in the long run.
So is the big increase in sales.
stock price down 2%
stock price down 2% = unrealized loss
31% increase in day-over-day sales = realized gain
one is 100% meaningless. the other, while it may be a drop in a very large bucket, is not meaningless.
your understanding of economics and english are lacking.
Just proves Nike customers hate this country.
I’m fairly conservative and I don’t give a damn about that IDIOTIC boycott... The adolescent virtue signaling in today’s society is truly mind boggling...
Plus, I have bought two pairs of Nike since the boycott, not to send a message or anything... I just needed some runners and like what I saw: Pegasus 35 Turbos and Vaporfly 4% Flyknit, should you ask;)
The boycott has made Nike cool again.
Nike started by a group of anti big business screaming liberals. The hippy generation. The anti Vietnam crew. It was cool to be part of this company. THIS WAS THEIR ROOTS.
Over the next 40 years Nike has become everything that they were not.
There current stance has made them young again. The calling out of the deplorables has made them cool again. The backlash from the Trumpsters has helped Nike bigly.
“Ha ha ha”. Depends on who was doing the buying. Hopefully all SJW types. Nobody was ever murdered for their Hokas.