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Qurate Retail, Inc. (QRTEA)

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3.0000-0.1600 (-5.06%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
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Pre-Market: 07:18AM EDT
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  • 1
    11,780votes
    QVC does market & sell to the 'big' girls, that is a +.
    Plenty of demand there for their goods.
  • 1
    11,780votes
    Still don't believe John Malone will let this go South. I believe he'll fix the external issues re fire sooner rather than later. The stock market he can't fix. Supply chains, he can't fix. QVC is a cash cow. Current price of QRTEP at $60 is tempting at a 40% discount. I am overweight here already.
  • B
    BETBIG
    How do you explain this very high yield while the other preferreds with longer maturities are at 10%?
  • G
    GARROVILLAS
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  • D
    David
    The news that Target had to adjust their guidance for the current quarter as they had to much inventory in categories that were not selling I believe might be a positive for Qurate. As various store chains need to unload slow selling inventory one outlet for doing that is the Qurate network sales. They suffered not having inventory late last year but we may be entering a time period more favorable to them. Grossly under valued company at this point.
  • R
    Rafael
    One of the most undervalued stocks. Target 6-7.
  • P
    Pat
    Dipping into the $2 range... How low can you go??
  • T
    Turbo
    May 18, 2022--Qurate Retail, Inc. declared the regular quarterly cash dividend payable to holders of its 8.0% Series A Cumulative Redeemable Preferred Stock. The per share amount of the quarterly cash dividend will be $2.00, payable in cash on June 15, 2022 to stockholders of record of the Preferred Stock at the close of business on May 31, 2022.
  • W
    Waleed
    With sales of $14B and over $1B in FCF. Enterprise value should be atleast $12B of which $7B is debt, $1B preferred equity, and $4B common equity. Very undervalued with potential to benefit from capital structure by capitalizing on cheap debt due after more than 10 years. By then inflation alone is sufficient to make it easy to pay off the debt.
  • W
    Waleed
    $750m debt due 2023 is being tendered.
  • S
    Steve
    AT LEAST THE OFFICERS ARE ALSO TAKING A BATH ON THIS PREFERRED STOCK.....THAT GIVES ME SOME GLIMMER OF HOPE.
  • D
    D
    What is John Malone and Greg Maffie's track record and MO?
  • D
    Darr
    The words "declined" and "decreased" appeared WAY too many times in quarterly report.
  • T
    Turbo
    I see a large drop in the price of the preferred today (May 6th). I wonder if the dividend on the preferred stock is going to be suspended?
  • P
    Proprietor
    So are they going to pay the dividend in May, or not?
  • 1
    11,780votes
    What % of decreased earnings is attributable to the Fire?
    What % is attributable to Supply Chain problems?
    What % is attributable to a general market downturn?
    They still managed to pull in large revenues in the qtr.
    X-div is two weeks away for QRTEP and that will be $2.00 on a $64 preferred. (12.5%/ yr)
    Over the weekend Malone will have a few chats with heavy Hitters, including Mario G. and they will be buying on Monday. Malone ain't gonna let this golden goose go. The business model is still good, the problems are external and fixable, in the next qtr.
  • R
    Rafael
    "We don't believe this quarter's results reflect the long-term underlaying health of our businesses". I agree.
  • c
    contrarian
    Trading at roughly a 5% free cash flow yield or normalized PE ratio of 2, plus you've got Malone and Maffei at the helm. Doesn't look like a bad deal.
  • P
    Pat
    Could one of the rose-colored glasses blogidents explain how more debt than company is a good thing? I mean we're not talking about a start-up company.
  • w
    william
    8.77 billion in debt no free rides now
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