I see two articles. One is the upgrade and the other is the one on the positive cash flow. This cash flow has to become even larger with increasing sales trends. For stockholders, this is good because their focus with the cash is paying down debt and not expanding into new stores which means earning go higher as interest expense keeps dropping along with higher sales and profits.
As a buyer at two levels, $11.75 before disaster last week, and at $10.15 during the market crack..I have sold July 12.50 options for 85cents, which would give me a nice short term return on my $10.15 cost, but will hold the rest for what could be a run to possibly $14 if stock breaks new high..Good luck ..