UPDATE 4-Best Buy shares tumble on weak holiday sales, margin forecast

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MadMadMax wrote:

They deserve to go out of business. Their polciy of ripping off consumer is finally paying off. Good riddance.

Jan 16, 2014 11:14am EST  --  Report as abuse
ralphos wrote:

Everyone has figured out the name is like when you call a 500 lbs man tiny.

You know they cant possibly have the best buy. So they are liers right from jump street.

What gets me is they have no competition in half the country, Just think if frys electronics had the same amount of stores.

Jan 16, 2014 12:05pm EST  --  Report as abuse
Rtm12345 wrote:

Best Buy rarely ever beats Fry’s Electronics, amazon, buy.com or newegg.com = DOOMSDAY for their brick & mortar stores UNLESS they can get exclusives on products.

Jan 16, 2014 1:44pm EST  --  Report as abuse
impact09 wrote:

You really have to laugh when you read stuff like this! The big bankers have stolen us blind, our businesses have sent all our jobs overseas, “and we created a tax code to help them do it”. They have literally destroyed and bankrupted the middle class, driven wages thru the floor, and yet they can’t understand why people don’t have any money left to buy their little electronic baubles. Well our new generations can’t buy too many baubles with that 7.50 an hour job at the burger barn, and if they do manage to scrap up a College education and squeeze into a halfway decent job, they’ll likely be spending that money paying off those massive student loans, not buying little electronic toys at places like best by. Well come to trickle down America.

Jan 16, 2014 4:58pm EST  --  Report as abuse
impact09 wrote:

You really have to laugh when you read stuff like this! The big bankers have stolen us blind, our businesses have sent all our jobs overseas, “and we created a tax code to help them do it”. They have literally destroyed and bankrupted the middle class, driven wages thru the floor, and yet they can’t understand why people don’t have any money left to buy their little electronic baubles. Well our new generations can’t buy too many baubles with that 7.50 an hour job at the burger barn, and if they do manage to scrap up a College education and squeeze into a halfway decent job, they’ll likely be spending that money paying off those massive student loans, not buying little electronic toys at places like best by. Well come to trickle down America.

Jan 16, 2014 4:58pm EST  --  Report as abuse
impact09 wrote:

You really have to laugh when you read stuff like this! The big bankers have stolen us blind, our businesses have sent all our jobs overseas, “and we created a tax code to help them do it”. They have literally destroyed and bankrupted the middle class, driven wages thru the floor, and yet they can’t understand why people don’t have any money left to buy their little electronic baubles. Well our new generations can’t buy too many baubles with that 7.50 an hour job at the burger barn, and if they do manage to scrap up a College education and squeeze into a halfway decent job, they’ll likely be spending that money paying off those massive student loans, not buying little electronic toys at places like best by. Well come to trickle down America.

Jan 16, 2014 4:58pm EST  --  Report as abuse
GuestOoo wrote:

Best Buy is worth $5 per share forever. People may never buy at Best Buy BUT people still needs Best Buy as a punching bag. People need Best Buy as a showroom for Amazon and online electronic stores. People need Best Buy so the other electronic stores keep their prices low. The competitors will always say “Lower prices than Best Buy.” Everyone needs a punching bag.

Jan 16, 2014 5:11pm EST  --  Report as abuse
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