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    <Yawn>

    Old new from June. Thanks for the "update", LOL.

    The stock took a dip since then, when they borrowed a Billion to make the "all cash" deal, LOL.

    BTW, any ideas where the other $600 million went, since you are a "professional' and everything.

    Also, how come store revenue (including PartSource and auto service labour) is LOWER by .7%, but Crappy Tire claims "Growth" of 1.9%?

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    I think that the people that pour over the books on a daily basis have better insight than the rantings of a faker, know nothing, on this site. They seem to think CTC is a buy, even with it's wonky share structure.
    So now you're giving investing advice and flogging CT as a buy based on a random search of what some guy said? Ha ha hilarious. Lets have a real look shall we? Notice the bumpy roller coaster ride on the way down and hardly any volume. Which says the market doesn't believe in your growth or survival. You Fail.

    Stock Quote - The Globe and Mail

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    Hey thanks for the link to the report.
    Here's a fun little exercise. click on the report link...and then go below the chart and clikc on the little button called MAX - now look at a bit longer term view

    Wow that's a different and slightly more accurate picture of performance don't ya think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Hey thanks for the link to the report.
    Here's a fun little exercise. click on the report link...and then go below the chart and clikc on the little button called MAX - now look at a bit longer term view

    Wow that's a different and slightly more accurate picture of performance don't ya think?
    why would anyone aside from dealers want to invest in such a shitty stock? Lots of better earners out there to choose from like lowes,homedepot, costco etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    why would anyone aside from dealers want to invest in such a shitty stock? Lots of better earners out there to choose from like lowes,homedepot, costco etc.
    ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhahahhahahhaha did you really just post that?

    Lets look at a 10 year history of these beloved companies of yours in comparison to CTC

    Home Depot
    August 2001 46.00
    August 2011 34.35
    - 12 bucks / share
    stellar performance


    Lowes
    2001 18.60
    2011 20.48
    + 1.88 per share
    an increase....barely. Great ROI

    Costco
    2001 31.00
    2011 77.00
    + 46.00 per share
    Good buy, consistently strong performer
    Leads the pack by a mile at more then double

    Canadian Tire
    2001 26.50
    2011 52.40
    + 26.00 per share

    ******

    You might note that both Costco and Canadian Tire suffered losses in the same period to share holder value
    Dollar for dollar Costco has been a better buy. Percentage of gain over same period is very close between the two

    Lowes & HOme Depot - Maybe another decade and you could realize a few dollars from your investment (literally)

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    Well done sir
    Great analysis

    just saying...

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    Re: Crappy Tire's Financial State

    Hey you forgot Walmart & target

    MallWart
    $51.00 August 2001
    $52.90 August 2011

    Another smokin hot long term performer!

    Target
    $35.00 August 2001
    $50.00 August 2011

    Third best performer behind Costco and Canadian Tire

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    So now you're giving investing advice and flogging CT as a buy based on a random search of what some guy said? Ha ha hilarious. Lets have a real look shall we? Notice the bumpy roller coaster ride on the way down and hardly any volume. Which says the market doesn't believe in your growth or survival. You Fail.

    Stock Quote - The Globe and Mail
    Stock Quote - The Globe and Mail

    Whoops, you probably left out the analysts recommendations on purpose.....but 4 strongly recommend a buy, 2 recommend a buy, and 2 say hold.
    Man is it ever easy to discredit faker advocates....must be because he's a FAKER! No credibility, proven wrong time and again. Tsk, Tsk faker advocate.

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    Typical Crappy Tire double-talk.

    They claim their stock is doing well, but the only reason anyone suggest it's a "buy" is because it's doing so Crappy.

    Typical of Crappy Tire people to ignore the obvious, and try to make their crappy stock sound better than it is.

    No matter what happens, the Crappy People will try to spin it into something positive.

    Consumers are smart enough to think for themselves, though.

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    Re: Crappy Tire's Financial State

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Typical Crappy Tire double-talk.

    They claim their stock is doing well, but the only reason anyone suggest it's a "buy" is because it's doing so Crappy.

    Typical of Crappy Tire people to ignore the obvious, and try to make their crappy stock sound better than it is.

    No matter what happens, the Crappy People will try to spin it into something positive.

    Consumers are smart enough to think for themselves, though.
    More ramblings from a faker that is proven wrong, yet again. The analysts must be lying, the stores don't have customers, the competition will kill you, my opinion matters....what a joke!

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    Re: Crappy Tire's Financial State

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    Stock Quote - The Globe and Mail

    Whoops, you probably left out the analysts recommendations on purpose.....but 4 strongly recommend a buy, 2 recommend a buy, and 2 say hold.
    Man is it ever easy to discredit faker advocates....must be because he's a FAKER! No credibility, proven wrong time and again. Tsk, Tsk faker advocate.
    Is that all you got? Really? 4 analysts out of how many whose opinions change like the weather and matter even less today. How pathetic.

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