Why Finish Line Inc Fell 20% on Friday
It's not exactly "do or die," since Finish Line still boasts a fundamentally healthy and pleasantly debt-free balance sheet. The company will survive a soft holiday season, and might even weather a downright disastrous one. Many a debt-ridden retailer hasn't had that kind of luxury, and gone belly up after a single holiday calamity.
That being said, Finish Line and Lyons will obviously be much better off if the new supply chain system comes up aces this holiday. Investors want to see a repeat of the fantastic holiday sales performances Finish Line pulled off in 2009 and 2011, not the disappointing growth figures it showed for the fourth quarters of 2010 and 2012.
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