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Burlington Stores, Inc. (BURL)

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  • P
    Paul
    Every time I walk into the store it is packed. This will blow out expectations in the next 2 quarters. Go to a store and see for urself. Still at pre COVID levels.
    Bullish
  • B
    Bill
    Executives have been selling their stock Non-Stop... not one exec has bought a stock this year.. they started the quarter with no inventory I seen it with my own eyes... store traffic seems slow.. and they have no online presence because they had no inventory
  • J
    Julia
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    Bullish
  • S
    Stocktargetadvisor
    $BURL
    Upgrades Gordon Haskett Buy USD 262
    Target Raised by Deutsche Bank Buy USD 221 » USD 246
  • D
    Doug
    In normal times during an economic downturn, discount stores like TJ, Burl and Walmart thrive. Add Covid to the situation, those with online are going to thrive more. How many people are going to want to jam into a brick and mortar store
  • P
    Paul
    Own options for first time. Need a good report. 🤤
  • D
    Doug
    The analysts supporting this BURL should probably do some of their own due diligence. Every retailer is hurting - even those with online and product to sell. This is not a tech stock, it should be valued on its earnings potential. If you walk into a store, you can feel the potential (or lack)
  • T
    TradingBasics
    Burl doesn't have an online presence; the stores have been closed for more than 3 months, how is it possible that it's trading at this level? Stock must be trading using AI algorithm.
  • c
    charles
    Just put a Limit Buy on GES, 2400 shares at $19.00. Looks like I will have to get lucky to be filled at that price, but we still have 2 hours and she is acting strong, so a dip far below $19.00 is now unlikely to occur, IMO.
  • F
    Frank
    Not a lot of conversations about this stock
  • j
    jgfyjh
    Visited several Burlington locations. Things are going down hill. Empty store. Low staffing. Low customer traffic. Have a look: https://imgur.com/gallery/bYX3n13
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    589 views on Imgur: The magic of the Internet
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    Bearish
  • J
    Jake
    Just bought $10k worth of shares, and $2500 in Calls. Looking for this to pop after Earnings in the morning.
    Bullish
  • P
    ProphetMo
    Trying to process the increase in share price and having no success...
  • K
    Kenny
    Great retailer with the same models as much bigger rivals TJX & Ross Stores. With only 600 and some odd stores Burl has so much more room to expand Store count. Still under developed in housewares and other home decor areas that will also increase the companies value as Store count grows. They test products in small volume not to over extend themselves and if successful they forecast those items into a basic discounted plan. Only discount retailers and on line retailers are doing well today and there will always be a hands on shopper looking for deep discount in a treasure hunt forum to keep retailers like Burl, TKX and Ross going and the proof of it is in their profits and stock performance. Not to mention that many retailers are opening discount locations in realization that these retailers are strong and doing well. Even Macy’s ( a struggling department store chain for years already like most all department store chains) are opening discount treasures hunt locations. Burl will be around and do well for many years to come as is maturer discounters like TJX and Ross.
    This stock needs to split. Ross has split in the 90’s many times and it has served them well for the stock goes back to the 90’s and splits again so Burl needs to do the same.
  • K
    Kevin H
    Virtually no comments on an ER day? 3 comments in a month? No one cares about this stock, it would seem.
  • e
    elton
    When is their earnings.. anyone
  • c
    charles
    The first 15 minutes of the regular session should be interesting. Expecting lots of volume, lots of interested buyers, but also some profit-taking, especially since this should open at a brand new 52 week high. Add to that the fact that the shopping season starts this week and lots of investors are drawn to this sector right about now, and add the fact that the actual earnings results are absolutely bullish, and you get a recipe for a lot of potential volatility, much higher volume than normal, and a very good chance of a serious pop up at some point during the day, that MAYBE will not hold all the way to the close.

    I'm sticking with my $120.00 Limit Sell.
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    Anonymous
    BURL is planning to file bankruptcy guys. I am not lying at all. Go to their store, they are selling merchandise cheaper than manufacturing cost. They don't want to pay their supplier and store rent. They want to eat the investor's money. Please visit the there, literally there is no merchandise.
  • n
    nabeel
    sold 126.50 ......now hunting for new er stock ..well done guys ..
  • c
    charles
    My next major Earnings play is going to be GES. Yes, she is overvalued technically. But all of my research shows that she SHOULD beat the consensus on both EPS and Revenue. If that happens, she SHOULD go up. This is the best time for Consumer Discretionary stocks. Trends are very good for GES. Growth is a concern, but the stock is being heavily shorted right now, which is a positive when EPS and Revenue consensus are beaten. If things work out as I think they will, this baby SHOULD go up.

    PS: Notice all of my SHOULDS, because I am unfortunately only right about 70-75% of the time. :-)