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For folks that have been listening to the OSD-Obsessive Sneaker Disorder talk show, you may recall a number of episodes back that we discussed the stock market but specifically as it relates to the sneaker manufacturers.
So, even though there are many sneakerheads running around professing that they’re a ‘Nike-head’, we encourage you to do your homework and research Nike and the other sneaker companies.
It’s hard to believe that a company that has made their name by jackin’ other brands’ designs has stepped up their game by releasing their own casual shoes and sneakers.
Their stock has taken a beating, similar to Nike and Adidas to name a few, down more than 40% since Jan. 1, to close Wednesday at $20.37.
So, as the stock market continues to shake folks more than the Olajuwon’s ‘Dream Shake’, Skechers might be a company to look at more closely, that is, if you’re not too busy spending your money on the Jordan 7/ 16 pack.