Reverse split time ? Credit Suisse should be ashamed for having their name associated with this Thing.
Retail sales rose less than expected in March after declining for three consecutive months. Since the U.S. began collecting data in 1967, only twice has it seen three-month stretches of waning retail sales in non-recessionary times.
$5.9 BILLION in debt and the legacy of Jeffrey Skilling and Ken Lay ? Oh, you don't know those names - try wiki.
Stock analysis is more than.....hey....I saw an 8 foot wait line in Manhattan! dolts!
Can you read a balance sheets ?
It appears the Jersey boys ran their casino's into the ground, not an easy feat unless you have completely incompetent and IGNORANT management! Throw some salt on those debentures.
let em' burn......
95% pay cuts for the top 100 'officers' here!
Great companies aren't built on hype and fads. This is nothing but burgers, fries, and wine....big deal....NOT worth over $10 MILLION per store. Can you spell yardstick ? BH has PROFITABLE stores to market cap of 1/10 the outrage of SHAK.
now Amazon is destroying malls.
Throw in some demographics, retail saturation, middle class decline, and general revulsion to consumption, and Simon has a real Greek tragedy on their hands....so to speak. $180s.....friends ?
SHAK holds no patents on wine, burgers, fries, or hospitality. I can't wait to see the quarterly reports, which will expose the outsized outrage PE ratio that the SHAK bubble represents. This is a fad stock, built on mania. Guess what happens next ?
Try understanding that Biglari Holdings controls 775 restaurant locations including the nearly 20% of Cracker Barrel owned by BH. SHAK has only 63 locations with a bubble market cap of $686M. BH market cap is $856M. There is far more to BH than restaurants; try insurance and Maxim, dolts!
borrow, drill, deplete, hedge at bottom, rinse and repeat, dilute, borrow more....then.....
hope for big pockets like Icahn to support your bloated stock.