Goldman Sachs

October 19, 2010 by staff 

Goldman Sachs, Note from Goldman Sachs examines the prospects for upward of 2011 + restocking initiatives on Columbia Sportswear Company (NASDAQ: COLM).

It expects a healthy COLM bullish in 2011 calls for retailers to reinvest inventory to boost sales. Goldman said, with many retailers near or above peak gross margins, they focus increasingly switching to driving productivity.

All of Goldman hedge wholesale sports brands are focused on growth opportunities by addressing specific business. In the case of Colm after undermanaging on offer in the last decade, it significantly increases the penetration of technology into their product and the retailer is increasingly positive.

While warm weather is likely to hurt the initial cold sell-through, retailers like Dick’s Sporting Goods (NYSE: DKS) has hinted he was ready for a season later. Accordingly, Goldman does not expect to see major implications for cancellation in less time remains a problem throughout the next month.

Goldman remains neutral on COLM

COLM closed Monday at $ 57.96

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