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Big 5 Sporting Goods Corporation (BG3.F)

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13.700.00 (0.00%)
As of 10:17AM CEST. Market open.
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  • R
    Ryan
    BGFV has no debt. We've got Q2 and Q3 on the horizon, which have, historically, been their best performing quarters. Team sports are coming back online. Many gyms are still closed (or out of business), and ammo keeps flying off the shelves. Miller was bullish on conference call about momentum carrying into 2021. Nothing wrong with taking a profit if you need the money, or have somewhere better to stick it...but this could easily go to $20+ with strong Q2 guidance.
    Bullish
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    Tim
    up over 1200% since the low last year. i think the run is over. sold all holdings. its been great while it lasted.
    Bearish
  • D
    Dennis stocks
    Good to see the short interest in BGFV jump by a 1mn shares in the first two weeks of March. I guess that’s what makes a market. More fun when some shorties come to the party. Can’t understand why you’d short a reasonably priced stock with no debt but time will tell who wins the battle. At least the longs collect a 4% dividend versus shorts who have to pay out the 4%. Best of luck to all!
  • D
    Dennis stocks
    It’s like deja vu all over again with this bgfv sell off. People are hating on the reopening trade before its even begun. Happy to get back in buy mode in BGFV. Grabbed some as low as 13.6 which represents a 4.4% dividend. Not too shabby for a debt free profitable company.
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    bottomsupinvestor
    Are we ready to make a run towards $20 ???
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    michael
    The re-opening of team sports for kids is a big market which the company did not have last year. Shoes, balls, bats etc for all sports is a big sale item of Big 5. Every parent I know goes there for their kids soccer and baseball shoes. And some of that inventory they already have in the warehouse.
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    michael
    Sure hope the company is buying back stock. A little treasury stock and another little bump in the divi would help us get to $20. The earnings will be there.
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    Lone Wolf
    Life is good when I can add this under $15.
    Bullish
  • R
    R
    BGFV went down because of the dividend release. This company is not going bankrupt, has lots of cash, revenues and sales going forward, will benefit from the shopping spree and kids getting back to sports, and the market getting back to some normalcy due to the pandemic play. Hold tight, we're going to $20 soon and we have the dividends to reinvest if you wish.
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    ed
    Bgfv will go up with inceased sales due to Covid ending, stimulus $ and gun sales
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    NOBODY
    Well boys I have to tell you I added to this today to my cash account. I already have it in my IRA and decided to ignore the fact I missed the last dip . Reason why I am buying today is I was looking at some RV this weekend between skiing and the salesman told me the winter season for them has been recorded breaking and the company has ordered a record amount of RVs for the spring. A new customer base is growing in the outdoor sector and I plan on making more money off it. Millennials have cash and love nature and the woods which is great as long as they stay off my property. LoL Use this info for what you think its worth this is gonna be a record season in 2021
    Bullish
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    dean
    People have been wondering why the Big Five stock went down when they reported blow out earnings and raised the dividend.
    My theory is that the short position is worried that the stock will skyrocket if they let the stock trade normally.
    So they pay their friends to write negative reports such as; BGFV misses earnings estimate by 7 cents. When clearly they beat estimates.
    Then they short the when it starts to go up.
    This has happened during the last three earnings reports.
    I was still surprised when it happened again this time.
    My only concern going into the earnings report last week was how they were doing in the current quarter. When they said same store sales were up 20 percent in the first 2 months and they were increasing the dividend I was estatic.
    Go BGFV. 20 coming.
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    Dennis stocks
    I’m a bigger fan of stock buybacks but BGFV raising the dividend to say 4% is looking like an interesting move by management as investors interest in dividends grows and more funds plow into dividend etfs. Well done mgmt. I’m not much of a chart guy but BGFV looks to ready to break out of a 15 year down trend
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    DuCash
    Congrats to all those who accumulated on the dip 2 weeks ago. Quickly approaching a 50% return in less than 2 weeks. That’s how you do it!
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    Michael
    it broke 17
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    michael
    Well that was an easy $2.25 from Thursday to today. Glad I bought more.
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    michael
    OK, I am looking for a good stock to invest in. How does a 5.5x PE on historical earnings sound? And, a 4% dividend? And, an active buy-back program? And, no debt with $3 per share of cash on the BS. And, a sold first quarter with earnings double last years, which in all likelihood drives the earnings multiple below 5x for the FY ending in 10 months? Have I got a stock for you. Point being, what else are you going to buy of this quality outside of something with more risk? Next years earnings are a lock. I am not selling this stock below $20. I think over the course of the year we could exceed that. That’s a 40% + pop from where we are today.
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    Estelle
    Not trying to pump whatsoever but in my opinion BGFV is pretty cheap compared to their competitors. Hopefully the price will break out soon. $20-$25 range seems much more reasonable considering where they are now. good luck to all!
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    Ryan
    numbers out, blowout, guiding for .47 to .53 (vs. estimate of .23), increased dividend to .15 from .10 due to continued strength in business, cash at $64.7M, no debt, and opening 5 new stores...$20s coming by quarter end, good luck all.
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    Dennis stocks
    My low print of the day was 13.51. Nuts. I just keep thinking about that 60 cents annual dividend. Best seasonal quarters are coming up along with the summer months and the company is in the best financial strength maybe in its history and should be able to capitalize on the coking demand.

    Can’t imagine parents plan to spend more for their kids on gadgets and technology. I imagine they will spend on outdoors stuff. If I’m way off so be it.

    It’s quite possibly BGFV could be sitting with a cash pile of over $100 million by the end of the year. Quite a turnaround.