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Conn's, Inc. (CONN)

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20.66-0.35 (-1.67%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

20.74 +0.08 (0.39%)
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  • M
    MrB
    Natural Correction on great run up. Excellent opportunity to buy this stock was mid 30's pre pandemic will be 40's soon with continued great earnings reports like the most recent. HOLD or BUY
  • M
    MrB
    Time to add more on this dip. Correction was expected will go back up.....HOLD or BUY do not let the Shorts take advantage of a stop loss.
  • W
    William
    Will this help or hurt the stock? "CONN has earned itself a Zacks Rank #1 (Strong Buy)"
    Bullish
  • M
    MrB
    Conn will be 30 by end of week. HOLD and let's do the short squeeze.
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    Prop15481
    Consumer discretionary, not hitech but a category people spend money on as we continue to recover from Covid, we spend on our home furnishings, to be comfortable, safe, and keep the family happy. CONN should continue to grow especially with the small float. I would not have gone short in this category at this time, just not prudent trying to swim against the current.
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    MrB
    Volume as of now 600K, stock price down 10%, no negative news, overall market even for the day. This is MM's manipulation of price to support shorts who need to cover. Hold and stay long, day traders and weak hands have been forced to sell today.
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    Prop15481
    With CONN's getting their house in order at just the right time, just as the economy is restarting. An infrastructure bill also plays well as to support some of it's customer base. Granted it's not techie but it's what people are buying right now as many begin the move forward. Why do you think Berkshire bought Mohawk, no flashing lights just solid growth.
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    mike
    I think consumer discretionary stocks were last year‘s winners. When people were locked down in 2020 they spent money on homes, remodeling, material things. We are right around the corner from the economy opening up. When the economy is fully open and people can freely leave their homes, I think they’re likely to spend their money on experiences. Travel, cruises, Disney World, restaurants, concerts. Things they couldn’t do during the pandemic lockdown. I think demand for remodeling services, and appliances has been filled over the last year, going forward it’s going to be people spending money on experiences.
  • M
    MrB
    Great earnings report. Shorts will try to shake shares from weak hands. HOLD and we could potentially see a short squeeze.
  • W
    William
    Things must be looking good for furniture. I saw on the news, about a furniture manufacture in NC. He said, he can't make his products fast enough.
  • m
    mike
    They have an S3 filing with the SEC from 2018 that allows them to sell stock at a moments notice. Does anybody know if they’ve done a stock sale in the last year or two? I’m worried if I buy in here, they might do an offering after the close and then I would rather wait. Any thoughts?
  • B
    Bill
    great job by management to tighten to the screws on credit underwriting the last 2 years. now they are reaping the benefits. cash minting business.
  • m
    mike
    Looks like the bubble has popped. It’s no longer a short squeeze situation, it’s now forced selling due to margin calls for people who bought the stock on margin. Look out below
  • B
    Bill
    Talking about blowing it out of the water amazing and they just keep building new stores making more profit it’ll be in the 20s before no time
  • S
    StockX
    Who doesn't love an "earnings surprise of 506.67%"?

    So glad I've been in for the long haul!
    Bullish
  • J
    Joel
    will be $30 in a month or two. $30 gives a forward pe of around 11-12
  • M
    MobiDick
    Major owner of Conn's just disposed of 20,000 shares conferencecalltranscripts.o...
    $CONN
    Bearish
  • P
    Prop15481
    To be honest, I really do not mind a 2 to 3% increase every day.
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    Conn's is up 10.80% to 21.55
  • n
    nereu
    As I mentioned on Warp Investor CONN was undervalued because of the expectation of negative growth. Let us say that the company manages to simply have no growth (i.e., 0% growth) in earnings for the next 5 years, instead of negative growth. In this case, the fair price-to-earnings ratio should be 7.19, leading to a current fair value of $18.20. If positive growth is expected, well ... the upside could be massive.