GES may be a compelling opportunity. Yo you should really check out awe-some*sto-cks, they seem on point with their stocks.
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taking profits it's going to 14
wow, what am i missing? retailers like these are having an incredible 3-4day run! Did they cure cancer? Ride the squeeze on up... Rinse and repeat. Love watching the squirm. Be carful at these levels though. Surpassing the optimistic 23x forward PE.
Retail is dead. Look at long term chart. Sell into strength !!
I got shortsqueeze badly today... I almost hit the high of the day !!!!
the bubble is about to burst on this 1
Needs to break 15.85. Close above $16 means $18
book value is over 11 a lot of cash with little debt why short interest is so high?
when will this plummet I thought for sure today wth 11 stock at it's best
25% in 5 days... You have to sell here into strength. buy back in few weeks again when see it in 12(s)
what dumb idiot is buying this #$%$ at 13 lol
Yahoo Finance Insights
GES is up 6.04% to 11.93
Back to 10 soon.
Yahoo Finance Insights
GES is down -5.91% to 11.30
Although GES earning beats the estimates, the Americas stores sales drops 15%, which is not good.
Stock price prediction Thursday morning $8.01
Ten Reasons to Sell Ges 1. P/E (ttm) high for industry 2. Most major retail brands have tanked the past two weeks 3. Border tax on it’s way, Gues has no incentive to sell to US any longer 4. Ges sales margins going to be less in third world countries 5. Options Puts Interest 3 to 1 6. Research companies dumping questionable research the day before 7. Sales up Revenue Down Y-o-Y, likely because of deep discounting merchandise 8. Dividends eating away from capital to restructure and going straight to the top of food chain 9. Online sales up only marginally relative to decrease in retail sales 10. Inventory Rising
GES pleased to announce they are still losing money? And want to pay a dividend. LOL