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Timberland - TBL Sole Survivor
An SI Board Since August 1997
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Emcee:  Bruce R. Schlake Type:  Unmoderated
Timberland just keeps marching forward. Management has turned this company around and the stock has gone from the upper teens to the mid 60's in less than a year. The balance sheet looks strong and they are trading at about their growth rate but less than 1 times sales.

I looked in my closet and realized that I have 4 pairs of their shoes. Best shoes I've ever owned too.

Does anyone follow this company and have information they can offer as to it's potential?

Thanks,

Bruce
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31 Look at TBL. 53% EPS growth and 10 P/E Timberland seems like a totally undervatencho-2/3/2000
30 TBL pops up 5.125 in one day with no real news! <What sup wid dat?> WewbASSETt-3/31/1999
29biz.yahoo.com Thursday February 4, 9:21 pm Eastern Time Timberland posts recordmarcher-2/7/1999
28 Damn, writing to myself...again. Stock jumped 11% today without news--now fighmarcher-2/1/1999
27 Well, looks like a breakout from the pennant today, +3. I expect a couple moremarcher-1/15/1999
26 Jeff, just looked at some technical indicators and noticed that Stochastics is marcher-1/10/1999
25 Looks good to me. I'm going to have to get rid of some of my other "jJ. Kittle-1/10/1999
24 J.K., glad to know I'm not writing to myself! Was checking chart patternsmarcher-1/10/1999
23 I've got this stock bookmarked, but don't own any and don't have thJ. Kittle-12/30/1998
22 Geez, looks like I'm talking to myself... TBL continues to move up. Only marcher-12/30/1998
21 Wake-up. Yesterday tbl broke-out of a drop from 50 that started in early Novemmarcher-12/29/1998
20 Does anyone know the Street estimate for the latest quarter?Todd Rozelle-4/13/1998
19 100% in three years sounds good to me. I just wish that I already owned TBL. J. Kittle-2/26/1998
18 Jeff, the same man was just on cnbc power lunch. He indicated his top pick is Bruce R. Schlake-2/26/1998
17 Fred Kobrick of Kobrick-Cendant Funds and Kobrick Capital Management picked TBLJ. Kittle-2/15/1998
16 This month's Worth magazine has friends of Peter Lynch picking two stocks J. Kittle-2/14/1998
15 I bought TBL at 62 a while ago and then it got crushed on NIKE news and Asia...J. M.-2/10/1998
14 80Eric Shih-2/6/1998
13 Jane, Any thoughts on recent earnings and where the stock might be headed?Todd Rozelle-2/6/1998
12 Bruce, that is only part of the answer. Timberland should not by any means be lJane Shea-12/30/1997
11 Jane, tbl is moving up nicely again today. Maybe the weak holiday sales did noBruce R. Schlake-12/30/1997
10 As I said I have followed the co. fo quite awhile, it is nice to see some interJane Shea-12/30/1997
9 I have followed and owned this company for the past 3 years.Jane Shea-12/29/1997
8 I can't believe that no one is watching this company. I've checked thrTwoBear-12/29/1997
7 I'd have to disagree with you Bruce, the Timberland clothes line is pretty TwoBear-12/27/1997
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