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The Aaron's Company, Inc. (AAN)

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35.13-1.16 (-3.20%)
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    ringling
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    Sebastian
    Why does this chart looks complete different on Robinhood then compared to here? I trust Yahoo a lot more then RH imo but I am not sure which one is right. Anyone know? Compare the 5Y and 1Y to see what I mean.
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    DanH
    BOOM!
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    Yahoo Finance Insights
    Aaron's is down 8.39% to 29.05
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    Yahoo Finance Insights
    Aaron's is up 6.96% to 25.98
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    Yahoo Finance Insights
    Aaron's is up 14.45% to 30.25
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    Yahoo Finance Insights
    Aaron's is down 6.03% to 24.01
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    Alex
    why the dip?
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    stocktargetadvisor
    $AAN conversation
    $AAN
    Initiated by KeyBanc Sector Weight » Sector Weight
    Initiates Coverage On Raymond James Financial Market Perform
    Initiated by Bank of America Neutral USD 20
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    Yahoo Finance Insights
    Aaron's is down 68.81% to 18.54
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    Yahoo Finance Insights
    Aaron's reached an all time low at 16.34
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    Warren of Wall St
    $AAN conversation
    Analysts expect 204% earnings growth in 3 years from Aaron's $AAN https://simplywall.st/NYSE:AAN/aarons
    Aaron's (NYSE:AAN) - Fundamentals Analysis
    Aaron's (NYSE:AAN): Reasonable value and good financial shape but weak track record and average growth potential. Simply Wall St is a free app which gives investors access to institutional quality data and analysis presented in beautiful visual repo
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    Sherry
    $AAN conversation
    Recent strength probably result of proxy fight at Rent A Center and spec that they could be acquired by AAN. Not convinced this would be good for AAN. AAN's traditional business--which is the same as Rent's--is flat at best. All of AAN's growth is in their Progressive segment. I fear that adding more of the traditional stuff could slow AAN's potential growth rate. Anyone here with thoughts on this?