Brown Shoe Company, Inc.
Stocks can be pushed higher or lower as analysts provide their outlooks. These calls are not enough to base an investment on, but should be considered as part of your research. Therefore, I am assessing a few of Thursday’s top calls, and determining if each was a good call.
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Brown Shoe (NYSE: BWS) is a small-cap retailer and wholesaler of shoes. Despite being listed since at least the late 1970s, at least, Brown Shoe is still trading at roughly the same level as it was in the early 1980s. It has three divisions: Famous Footwear a 1,000+ shoe retailer with a growing online presence, Speciality Retail which has a larger online presence as well as 234 stores under more »
At a time when expectations had been for the company to suffer a loss due to restructuring, major changes, and acquisitions, it instead surprised analysts with a sales increase.
The company has undergone a restructuring in the Famous Footwear retail chain, opened 11 new more »
My well-worn and well-loved Avia toning shoes.
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Personally, I think this more »