Amzn is killin it and taking market share from many. Amzn is probably going to open some book stores (look out BKS!) but I'd be shocked if they went retail (it's all about minimizing your foot print these days!).
SHLD is up today based upon macro conditions. I'm waiting for the stock to teeter over the edge to 10 and below. We'll see...
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Really? Look at the chart (1 yr, 5 yr, 10 yr, any chart). Who doesn't get it?
Sentiment: Strong Sell
USAA responded to me with "The shares of RACE should be delivered to your brokerage account on/around January 7, 2016".
I have a few puts as well. This is one of those instances where reality will swing around, it's only a matter of time. In the meantime, it continues to defy gravity which is beyond me (perhaps Buffett buying into the company that gets the real estate deals???). All data points to a near zero valuation for the stock but with the risk of some real estate deal making the stock pop (which just delays the inevitable).
Crazy but Sears will die hard.
GM is the modern day Dodo bird that the environmentalists just won't let go no matter how stupid it behaves.
Why would Google choose Ford to build driverless cars? Why not GM? JD Powers says GM has great initial quality based upon 3 year old car data! GM is the obvious choice! (Can you detect any sarcasm?).
I haven't searched too deep but I'm surprised to see a US coal company actually make money. I figured current politics had all but killed the coal companies.
Looks like the last few articles by the WSJ coincide with a little bit of recovery by EA. Let's look past the Star Wars game, which will still sell with all the hype, and watch EA earn more with EA Access, E-Sports, and more online digital content!
In all honesty I own a few puts on SHLD (not much) b/c I really think the company is not going to make it. However, yesterday and today the stock is up which irritates me a bit. Does SHLD have some money tree somewhere to fund their losing enterprise. Do they own so much real estate they can just smolder for years to come? I don't understand how the company continues on an ongoing basis and more importantly for us how the stock goes anywhere but down. Crazy Mr. Market!
Why won't this company go the way of the Dodo bird? The company was tremendous in it's heyday but in shambles (poorly run) today. The store near me is a ghost town and is a mess operationally (for example you have to call the women's department to actually reach the store versus stuck with a remote call center). Worse thing is the leadership knows all about the issues but nobody cares enough to get things fixed. This company deserves extinction.
You're dreaming but I'd like a push up instead of this rocky up and down 5%.
Good question. I'm personally waiting to get an Xbox console and the game for Christmas. Couple that with the digital push and you may conclude GME may not have the whole picture. Regardless, I hope Battlefront doesn't suck, both from a gaming standpoint and EA long position. Star Wars rocks!