What would worry me more is turning 150 profit on 4.2 billion in sales or under 4%. I would expect 5% or more
And that, in my opinion, is the problem today. Investors do not care about quality, or personell, or even morals. Investors only want
double digit profit and double digit growth ( and they don't care how).
So all the postives of quality products, customer satisfaction, honest dealings, taking care of employees,
being a "good corporate neighbor" to the community are all thrown under the bus in favor of "GREED" .
Cabelas should never have gone public. They certainly would not have the number of stores they have today, but
they would not have sold their soul.
just my 2 bits.