http://www.fool.com/News/mft/2006/mft06022312.htm?ref=btpTaking a Peek at BOOBy M.D. Mitchell February 23, 2006 Obscure little companies whose products are in constant demand can be great investments, particularly if they have stellar revenues, consistent earnings growth, and management ownership, and especially if they pay a dividend. I recently discovered these qualities in a little $100 million market-cap company called Collegiate Pacific (AMEX: BOO). So let's take a closer look.....
Good write-up. I have held BOO for over a year and have watched the stock go down a bit because it changed from a high organic growth and cash generating company to one which went on an acquisition spree, using cash, debt and stock. I feel that the purchases were intelligent and that as soon as the market can get its arms around the new metrics for analysis, BOO will do very well. It is coming back now already. Most of its stock used for acquisitions has been held by the purchased companys' owners rather than sold and this also bodes well. I am definitely a LTBH on this little star.
Appreciate your commentsHow would you respond to someone excited about BOO's strategic position selling direct but having difficulty getting comfortable with BOO's ability to execute (including ongoing integration of the recent string of acquistions you cite) after termination of the merger with SSPY, which it already controlled?Thanks for any thoughts
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