U.S. Markets closed

Rent-A-Center, Inc. (RCII)

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
Add to watchlist
11.21+0.07 (+0.63%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
People also watch
  • To🌱think🌱is🌱easy.🌱To🌱act🌱is🌱difficult. http://dataunion.tistory.com/3047

    Rent-A-Center Inc NASDAQ : RCII Correlation Histogram
    X axis : Stocks Price Correlation Coefficient Y axis : Quantity of stocks May-2016 1,000 Day Parameter 2,830 NASDAQ Stocks Price Analysis This stock mode of correlation coefficient is 0.6 In other words, the correlation coefficient of the other stock
  • Thoughts on the earnings release? Positive movement tomorrow??
  • shorts b4 earnings ( . ) and after ( o )
  • much better now was under poor leadership specials aren't specials when you have them all the time. stock was over $30 under Mr speese before and it will be again. as long as everyone in the company understands the people across the counter from each other are the most important. if a store employee has to jump through hoops with home office to make a customer happy then something needs to change
  • Company will be sold to Aarons
  • Whats everyones opinion on RCII?
  • www.PennySt0ckl0l.org is one of the best “alerts” services I have found. Just sign up and watch from the sidelines, you will see!

  • The bulls and the bears are locked in a stalemate it seems now that RCII has seen forward price to earnings moved into neutral territory with a 9.22. I started receiving notifications from aawesomestocks the other week and so far they have presented interesting new trade ideas.
  • Interesting times ahead for RCII over the short term. I mean, what else can we all expect from a neutral performance (year) of -38.43%. Interesting times for sure... Yo you should really check out awesom-eSTOCKS, they seem on point with their stocks.
  • do you think Speece knew what was coming in May of 2015, cashed out with 2.5 million
  • I made +46% on their last NASDAQ Alert --> T0pMarketGalners.c0m
  • Founder of Battered Rent-to-Own Company Buys Shares After Activist Criticism, Plus Other Noteworthy Insider Trading
    Investors have been keeping track of insider trading metrics for decades. After all, corporate insiders tend to have a natural edge over retail investors or analysts when it comes to trading their company’s shares, as insiders usually has a better un
  • Mark Speese is a punk. I worked for RCII for a while. I witnessed in so many illegal collection practices I lost count.
  • the thing about these company's just like their customers they go full circle and come back again, only to do it over in a new store! i am waiting t'll this stock hits rock bottom and then i will go shopping buy! buy!
  • well, let's see how this afternoon goes. looking for a short squeeze but really just gambling on this today.
  • Definitely keeping my eye on RCII. Tons of trouble. Management changes. Lawsuits. Lower EPS.

    Well at least it has EPS. 40 buck stock about 3 years ago. Hard times? Not that bad. Let's see what the numbers are for the next qtr. If EPS can get back to .5 per qtr, we could be looking at some serious value today. Broken down and excluding kiosks and franchishes, rent a center stores go for under 200,000 each in market cap. Not too bad considering a shake shack was going for 10 million plus at one point (how did that turn out for people? lol)

    The worst part is the revenue decline, but isn't that likely to happen when you shutter stores? I'll keep an eye on store closures. Margins are higher now, and free cash flow looks good. RCII just needs to strengthen what it has, get it right, then continue on. It seems like the company isn't as focused as it needs to be giving all its different outlets for revenue. Too many new ventures.

    Done rambling for now. good luck ya'll
  • Good to have you back Mark! As a stockholder I have a couple suggestions since you have been away. The coasting store managers, you know the ones that were in position for 5-10 years making 20% profit with consistent collection and positive same store sales year after year. Problem there is lesser people were put into position thinking it was going to improve but turns out those stores lost 350 BOR and were closed. Might be a good idea to see if you can get 3-4 hundred of those people back. And the 350-400 market managers and RD’s that were phased out during the tail end of the rent way deal. Remember those people that had to run million or multi-million dollar stores to get those positions? I bet 700 million or so would look good at the bottom line. Seek them out and get them back. Remove people like Ted Demarino, I know he’s gone but he was always the guy looking down his nose at the business. You have others just like him in your leadership ranks. If they are too good to clean a range get them out of there. Stop bringing in executive level people who have no idea what its like to run a red tag! Put Karen Scranton in charge of HR, if she’s gone find her! You said in one of your meetings “we will only grow once we have the people in place to get us there” (paraphrasing) and “what has made us successful in the past is our ability to change the direction of our ship faster than anyone else”. Get back to basics and get the right people in position. Give the store manager back control of their store and count on your DM’s to keep them in check. Let them order the product they need not what trends say is selling. If you’re back in your home state I’d be happy to buy you a Miller Lite. Good Luck!
  • Let me know how your naked shorting and deep in the money calls to reset regSHO work when the street learns that HHGregg offered 22.50 a share in November and was rebuffed....
  • i told youthisa wil crash crashbelow 7.50 today herecomesthscary scary crashbelow 7.50 getoutout run run to the exit exit door letthedumping dumping begin beveryvery afraid to lossalotlotmore money beveryvery afraid getout outbefore everyonedump dump thier sharesbelow 7.70
  • What leadership changes?