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Back in November, Under Armour paid $150 million in its first acquisition to take over the company that owns brands like MapMyRun, MapMyRide, MapMyWalk, and MapMyHike. At the time, MapMyFitness had 20 million users. In July, MapMyFitness is up to 26 million users. Nike+ has 20 million members. MapMyFitness has grown since the acquisition. The brand picked up six million more members in seven months. In June, MapMyFitness added four new languages in Japanese, Spanish, Portuguese, and simplified Chinese. These added languages should boost downloads of the apps and total membership. Under Armour partnered its MapMyFitness brand with its Armour39 monitoring device. Buyers of the device get a free yearly MVP membership at MapMyFitness, a $29.99 value. This is the first of many partnerships between Under Armour clothing and MapMyFitness. With Samsung on board, if the rumors are true, MapMyFitness could soon be expanding its brand to clothing, watches, and shoes. Under Armour would win big with a partnership from Samsung and it would vastly help the company compete against Nike. Under Armour is quickly expanding from an apparel company to an all round sports brand with its expanded entries in footwear and accessories. In October, Under Armour may see new innovative product ideas come to fruition. Under Armour will host engineers and tech wizards at its Under Armour Future Show Innovation Challenge. Competitors will vie for a $200,000 grand prize. The entries will have to utilize MapMyFitness software in their product. This is a first for Under Armour, which has used the contest to create some great brand ideas. Back in 2011, the winning entry was the UA MagZip, a magnetic zipper that will be used on 400,000 clothing pieces this August. By focusing on MapMyFitness this year, Under Armour should have plenty of clothes and shoes that integrate the acquired fitness tracker's technology. Samsung currently has a strong hold on the market, but faces anticipated strong competition from Apple. The giant company is set to launch a wearable device in October. Estimates call for the wearables market to hit $6 billion by 2016. Nike and Apple began working together in 2006 with collaborations connecting devices with products like shoes. Nike users were provided data like time, distance, pace, and calories burned, all sent to a device like an iPod. Under Armour turned in a stellar first quarter recently. The company saw total revenue grow 36% to $642 million. Net income rose 73% to $14 million. Apparel sales increased 33% to $459 million, led by expansion in categories like golf, hunting, training, studio, and basketball. Footwear sales grew 41% to $114 million. Accessories sales increased 43% to $52 million. International sales, which have been a huge source of growth for Under Armour, increased 79% in the first quarter. In June, Under Armour also saw strong shoe sales growth. Total shoe sales grew 30% for Under Armour, giving the brand a 2.8% market share, the seventh highest in the United States. Nike and Jordan made up 60% share of the shoe market for June. Under Armour continues to see monthly gains in footwear, which is greatly boosting overall sales. For the full fiscal year, Under Armour expects sales to grow 24 to 25% to a range of $2.88 to $2.91 billion. Second quarter revenue will be announced on July 24th. Yahoo Finance lists the current fiscal year revenue estimate at $2.9 billion, an increase of 25.8%. In fiscal 2015, sales are expected to rise another 22% to $3.6 billion. Shares of Under Armour are up 32% in 2014 and up 37% since my January 23rd article. The company has a market capitalization of $12.2 billion and trades at rich price to sales and price to earnings ratios. The company is growing annual sales at clips above 20%, but hasn't passed too much profit to the bottom line. I believe shares are worth a look on pullbacks to the $55 level. The partnership with Samsung continues to strengthen the company's entry into wearables and accessories and should also boost margins, with higher ticket items. Editor's Note: This article discusses one or more securities that do not trade on a major exchange. Please be aware of the risks associated with these stocks. (More.).

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He's incredible and amazing and I have spent the last five days feeding Family Circus comics into him. Here are our results. Ugh. Look at that bullshit. Did you know that every time someone makes a joke that begins and ends with a seat and tray tables speech, it erases an episode of The Three Stooges? That's how powerfully unfunny it is. When Bill Keane typed this, every baby for 200 miles stopped smiling. If you read it out loud, milk will actually crawl back up your nose. Doctors are funnier when they explain that your AIDS medicine might give you anal fissures. When I put this comedy tragedy into PG 13's robot comics port, he told me to fuck myself, which he legally shouldn't even be able to say. Then he, almost defiantly, produced this:About every fifteen Family Circuses, one of the children will get naked. In this one, there's even a wild stretch for a dick joke! What the hell happened in the bathroom that allowed a naked boy to escape his mother and make it all the way to the front door? Did she slip and die? Is she back there bleating for help while her memories spill out of her head wound? Is this the kind of neighborhood where you send your nude children to the door as a goof? "Shit, shit, here comes Fed Ex! Take the kid's pants off!" Bill Keane has such a schizophrenic sense of humor, that's entirely possible. Maybe I'm thinking about this in the wrong direction. I mean, looking at that woman's jaw and apish hands, it's pretty clear that it's a man in a wig. So maybe it's funny because that's a crazy thing to have near a naked little boy? I'll never understand. This isn't even homegrown wisdom. Bill Keane just thinks special needs children lead such horrible lives that to them, happiness is any insect not trying to kill them. PG 13 barely even hesitated when his scanners ran their cyber lasers over this comic:Despite the fact that I was falling in love with PG 13, I knew I had to put one of these meandering dotted line Family Circus maps inside him. I figured he'd hate it, but I wasn't prepared for it to take him to such a dark place:The Family Circus children have no consistency. In one comic they're asking why they can't eat the candy bars out of grandma's Diaper Genie, and in the next they're making puns about 50's art movements. Bill Keane doesn't give a fuck about whether or not it makes sense for the characters if he finds a word that means two things, he makes a Family Circus comic about it without even thinking. I swear, within two years you're going to be seeing: "Daddy! Our Sex Ed teacher told us to practice putting a Jimmy on with a banana. Jimmy loved it!" or "Mom? Where's the watering can? Dad said you haven't been wet since 1978." If there's one thing PG 13 has, it's consistency. So when I gave him this comic for rewriting, he took one look at it and said, "THE BOYS FATHER DRAWS DICKS. HA. HA." He then gave me 75 variations on that before finally generating this:Kids say the cutest things when the people around them die. And in Family Circus, they are always having misunderstandings about their grandmother's medical conditions. Maybe they're waiting until the kids are in their teens before they teach them respect for human life. If Family Circus cartoons went on for one more sentence, every single one of them would end with, "Oh, that's hilarious, you little bitch! My God damn mom is dying!" And if they went two more sentences, "Dying? What, like an Easter egg? Yay, Easter!" Three sentences longer? "You're eight years old! How have you never encountered a word that means more than one very specific thing!?" And if they were four sentences longer, "I'm old enough to read the birth defect warning on cigarettes, you harpy. You're lucky I'm not just a screaming face in an incubator." PG 13 had some interesting responses to this challenge. At first he seemed to get a little too hung up on Family Circus' disregard for human life. We were driving by and couldn't help but notice the open mouthed kissing gauntlet you've built here with this elderly couple and these toddlers. Yes, I'm sure you have some kind of explanation. But sir, ma'am, put yourself in our shoes. If we don't shoot you at least in the kneecaps, we could lose our jobs." When I gave this to PG 13, he seemed especially confused. Not by his suddenly raging cyber boner I programmed that to go off every three minutes so I could make eggs. No, PG 13 seemed genuinely confused why a human would make something like this. Maybe that's why he generated such a strange comic:There are two serious problems with this comic. Not from you yourself, but from the doctor that couldn't reattach your dick. Rapists read this comic and understand now what they've done. The second problem here is that computers don't display static. Bill Keane has mistaken them for televisions. I'm sure that's common among people who grew up with cholera as their only hobby and who still calls pulleys a fad. Seriously, fuck you, Bill Keane. Why did you invent his own entirely new circumstance if you didn't have a clever comment about it? It's a two step process to nothing. Your stupid ass probably had to redraw the whole comic after someone told you that computers don't have gas tanks. When I asked PG 13 to rewrite this crap, the paradoxical nature of it immediately fried his logic circuits. He stared at it blankly, clattering and smoking the entire time. Suddenly, after six hours of silence, he spat out these two cryptic comics and refused to ever work again: 656503 601 Jordan Future True Red Adding carbide steel spikes gives boots sure traction on snow and ice. 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