RH - RH

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
87.47
-4.43 (-4.82%)
As of 1:47PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close91.90
Open91.30
Bid87.67 x 1000
Ask87.83 x 900
Day's Range87.42 - 91.48
52 Week Range87.42 - 164.49
Volume568,694
Avg. Volume1,318,382
Market Cap1.791B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.22
PE Ratio (TTM)15.40
EPS (TTM)5.68
Earnings DateJun 10, 2019 - Jun 14, 2019
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est136.56
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  • Markit2 days ago

    See what the IHS Markit Score report has to say about RH.

    RH NYSE:RHView full report here! Summary * Bearish sentiment is high * Economic output in this company's sector is expanding Bearish sentimentShort interest | NegativeShort interest is extremely high for RH with more than 20% of shares on loan. This means that investors who seek to profit from falling equity prices are currently targeting RH. Money flowETF/Index ownership | NeutralETF activity is neutral. The net inflows of $2.86 billion over the last one-month into ETFs that hold RH are not among the highest of the last year and have been slowing. Economic sentimentPMI by IHS Markit | PositiveAccording to the latest IHS Markit Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) data, output in the Consumer Services sector is rising. The rate of growth is strong relative to the trend shown over the past year. Credit worthinessCredit default swapCDS data is not available for this security.Please send all inquiries related to the report to score@ihsmarkit.com.Charts and report PDFs will only be available for 30 days after publishing.This document has been produced for information purposes only and is not to be relied upon or as construed as investment advice. To the fullest extent permitted by law, IHS Markit disclaims any responsibility or liability, whether in contract, tort (including, without limitation, negligence), equity or otherwise, for any loss or damage arising from any reliance on or the use of this material in any way. Please view the full legal disclaimer and methodology information on pages 2-3 of the full report.

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  • 10 Stocks That Could Squeeze Short Sellers, Including CGC
    InvestorPlace13 days ago

    10 Stocks That Could Squeeze Short Sellers, Including CGC

    Short selling, or selling borrowed shares of a stock with the hopes of buying it back later at a lower price, isn't easy. In theory, short sellers can experience unlimited losses due to a "short squeeze." For bears in stocks with heavy short interest, having your position squeezed represents a serious risk.In a short squeeze, better-than-expected news can lead a stock higher, which forces short sellers to cover their trades. If there are too many short sellers (or too few shares), it may trigger a margin call that sends the stock higher. Theoretically, a short squeeze can cause equities to outrun their fundamentals, moving the price much higher and sending shorts running for cover.For that some reason, some investors screen for stocks with heavy short interest as potential contrarian buying opportunities. Even large-cap bull plays such as Alibaba (NYSE:BABA) and Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) often rely, at least in part, on short-covering as a potential catalyst.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsThese 10 stocks all qualify as heavily shorted shares. By this definition, all 10 stocks to buy in this list have at least 20% of their float sold short, providing fuel for a squeeze. * 7 Cloud Stocks to Buy on Overcast Days All admittedly have some risk, which is why short-selling traders have targeted these stocks in the first place. All ten have the potential for bullish catalysts that could squeeze the shorts and create big gains for investors willing to take the other side of the trade. 10 Stocks Set Up for a Short Squeeze: RH (RH)Source: Shutterstock High-end furniture retailer RH (NYSE:RH) has been an epic battleground stock for several years now. For most of the past five years, over 20% of the company's shares have been sold short -- a figure that now sits at 34%. RH itself has countered by buying back $1.25 billion in stock in the last two years, which helped ignite an enormous rally from $20 in early 2017 to $160 in the middle of last year.Since then, however, the shorts have been on the right side of the trade. RH stock trades at an 11-month low and has dropped 38% from its 52-week high. As Luke Lango detailed last month, RH stock looks intriguing at these levels.Valuation is attractive, with RH trading at less than 11x next year's EPS estimates. The company's efforts to drive membership and build out high-end restaurants appear to show early results.The housing market and macro worries have had an impact, but at least in the near term, demand seems like it should remain at least stable. There's a solid fundamental case back near $100. And with short interest still above 30%, it may only take one good quarter to send RH soaring again. Brinker International (EAT)Source: Shutterstock Like RH, Chili's owner Brinker International (NYSE:EAT) has tried to fend off shorts in part by repurchasing shares. This decade alone, Brinker has reduced its share count by over 60%.But Brinker's strategy hasn't been quite as effective. EAT stock actually is down about 15% over the past five years, and including dividends, shareholders over that period have roughly broken even. And short sellers are taking increasing aim at the company, with roughly one-third of the float sold short at the moment.There is a seemingly solid short case here: I've actually sold the stock short myself, and I called EAT stock "toxic" last year. That said, Brinker has shown some signs of life lately. A slimmed-down menu has improved service and back of the house efficiency. Same-restaurant sales are improving. Food delivery represents a new potential revenue stream. And Brinker shares are cheap, with a forward P/E close to 10x and a dividend yield of 3.6%. * 7 Small-Cap Stocks That Make the Grade There are risks here, with a large debt load (driven in part by those share repurchases) and worries that consumer tastes are moving away from casual dining chains. But with such a large short float, and expectations low, a few more quarters like that last two could cause shorts to move on - and potentially push EAT back to recent highs above $50. Canopy Growth (CGC)Source: Shutterstock The most valuable marijuana stock, Canopy Growth (NYSE:CGC) unsurprisingly has attracted its share of short sellers -- 35% of the stock's float is sold short.To be sure, Canopy has a relatively thin float: only a little over one-third of its shares are freely traded. Notably, Constellation Brands (NYSE:STZ, NYSE:STZ.B) owns nearly 40% of the company after investing $4 billion last year. Still, short sellers have targeted CGC -- and surprisingly so given recent history.After all, smaller pot play Tilray (NASDAQ:TLRY) saw an epic short squeeze last year. And while CGC isn't going to see the same type of run -- at one point, TLRY doubled in four sessions -- more good news for the company, or more optimism toward the industry, could lead to a rush to a crowded exit.CGC already has had a good 2019, perhaps aided by short covering. There are enough traders still betting against Canopy Growth to keep the stock moving higher if the company, and the industry, keep posting impressive growth. SecureWorks (SCWX)Source: Shutterstock Cybersecurity provider SecureWorks (NASDAQ:SCWX) has about 30% of its float sold short … but here, too, the size of the float amplifies the role of short sellers. Dell Technologies (NASDAQ:DELL) owns some 85% of SecureWorks, meaning only a small slice of the available shares actually are traded.That thin float makes SCWX ripe for a short squeeze, and it's possible the stock already has seen a squeeze this year. Starting in late January, SCWX moved from $16 to $24 in just two weeks on essentially no news. The stock has given back some of the gains, driven in part by somewhat disappointing Q4 earnings, but there's still room for another spike higher.There's also an intriguing growth story here. I called out SCWX as a cybersecurity stock to watch back in early April. The sector is hot, and SecureWorks seems to have carved out an attractive niche in threat detection and response. In this market, and in that industry, a 3x price-to-revenue multiple is reasonable and leaves room for upside. * 10 Monthly Dividend Stocks to Buy to Pay the Bills With shorts potentially trapped if SCWX starts to move, it wouldn't take much for the stock to make another big run. LendingTree (TREE)Source: Shutterstock At this point, LendingTree (NASDAQ:TREE) looks like a trade, not an investment. But for investors willing to take the risk, the gains could be impressive. After all, TREE stock has made huge moves in recent years. It spent most of 2016 hovering around $100. After the U.S. presidential election (amid a roaring bull market), TREE took off. It touched $400 in late 2017, in part because 32% of shares outstanding were sold short at the beginning of the year. Twelve months later, roughly two-thirds of those shorts had capitulated.TREE gave back a good chunk of its gains last year, however, falling 50% at one point. But the rally has resumed: the stock has nearly doubled just since mid-December. And short interest is rising again.From a fundamental standpoint, TREE admittedly looks potentially overvalued at 40x 2020 consensus EPS estimates. But the chart looks attractive and 25% of the float is currently sold short.That's a lot of traders that will need to cover if the rally keeps going. Nimble traders, then, might see TREE as an ongoing squeeze and make a bet that 2019 will wind up looking much like 2017 did. BlueLinx Holdings (BXC)Source: Shutterstock Short sellers have piled into the bearish side of the trade on BlueLinx Holdings (NYSE:BXC). Short interest was basically zero at the beginning of 2018. In March of that year, BlueLinx merged with fellow building products distributor Cedar Creek. BXC stock soared, and kept soaring: it would close the first quarter up some 219%.The gains attracted bets against the stock, however, which have continued to rise. And there are worries here. Housing demand has been choppy of late. Bluelinx, like most distributors, still has low margins, and debt remains an issue for the combined company.But there's also a lot to like here. Bluelinx continues to hold quite a bit of valuable real estate -- some of which can be sold to pay down debt. Valuation is cheap, particularly with BXC well off September highs around $40. And with short interest rising, it doesn't take much to spike the stock: indeed, BXC rose 11.8% after a decent, but unspectacular, earnings report this week. * Are These 7 Dividend Aristocrats ETFs Fit for a King? Should performance stay decent -- or improve -- for the rest of the year, short sellers may regret their trade. Turtle Beach (HEAR)Source: Shutterstock Headset manufacturer Turtle Beach (NASDAQ:HEAR) seemed near the edge of bankruptcy in 2017. The company had a niche in gaming headsets but it also had quite a lot of debt and little, if any, growth.The rise of Fortnite, which hit video game stocks like Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ:ATVI), turned out to be a godsend for Turtle Beach. At one point, HEAR stock had risen 2,000 percent in 2018. But here, too, the big gains attracted short sellers, who bet that the growth driven by Fortnite would quickly fade and eventually reverse.That case made some sense and seemed confirmed by the company's seemingly disappointing guidance for 2019. But the selloff in HEAR looks like it has gone too far, one reason I sold puts on the stock earlier this year. Turtle Beach still is guiding for around $1 in EPS this year. That guidance was maintained after this week's first-quarter earnings report and suggests the stock is trading at around 10x earnings.Battle royale games still should drive demand going forward. Headsets sold to Fortnite players in 2018 will need to be replaced later this year and into 2020. Most notably, even if 2018 was a one-off performance, it had a long-term benefit: Turtle Beach has paid off its debt and retired preferred stock.The reaction to Q1 earnings -- HEAR initially jumped double-digits, but gave back its gains -- does undercut the case for a near-term squeeze. This likely is an argument over 2020 and beyond, and one not necessarily solved by earnings in 2019. But there's still a huge amount of shares sold short and a solid fundamental case for HEAR. That's an attractive combination at $10. Ubiquiti Networks (UBNT)Source: Shutterstock The question with networking pioneer Ubiquiti Networks (NASDAQ:UBNT) might be whether the short squeeze is over. UBNT has gone vertical this year, gaining 57% already in 2019. Shorts have scattered: short interest is at a five-year low at the moment.Again, due in part to a thin float, some 28% of the float is sold short. And there's more pressure coming. Ubiquiti continues to take market share. Growth is impressive, and there's no sign of letting up. * 7 Dangerous Dividend Stocks to Stay Far Away From At this point, one might think short sellers would have learned. Citron Research called Ubiquiti a "fraud" back in 2017. The stock since has nearly tripled. As long as Ubiquiti keeps performing, the remaining shorts may be in for similar pain. Tivity Health (TVTY)Source: Nutrisystem The decline in Tivity Health (NASDAQ:TVTY) truly has been stunning. In December, the company announced a $1.3 billion deal to acquire Nutrisystem, combining the diet provider with its own fitness programs (notably senior-focused SilverSneakers).By late March, TVTY had lost roughly $1 billion in market value. There was a case that Tivity overpaid but the amount and the speed of value destruction seemed far too high.TVTY has bounced 24% from its lows despite an 11% decline Thursday following first quarter results. But the quarter seems acceptable, albeit not spectacular, and the current valuation still leaves plenty of room for upside. TVTY still trades at less than 9x 2019 consensus EPS with more merger-related cost savings on the way in 2020.Short sellers don't see it that way: fully a quarter of Tivity's outstanding shares are sold short at the moment. And with Q2 earnings now three months off, investors may need some patience in waiting for a squeeze. But covering could drive TVTY higher in coming sessions. And if the company can validate its acquisition by integrating the two businesses and driving revenue synergies, that short interest could be fuel for a big rebound in TVTY shares. AMC Networks (AMCX)The market doesn't seem quite sure what to do with AMC Networks (NASDAQ:AMCX) - and I'm inclined to agree. I've owned AMCX stock in the past, generally aiming for $50 as a buy point. That's proven to be the low end of a range that's held for about three years now, with AMCX mostly moving between $50 and $65.At $55, AMCX is toward the middle of that range and quite a few traders see it as overvalued. Some 20% of shares outstanding, and 25% of the float, are sold short. It's not hard to see the bear case. Flagship franchise The Walking Dead has seen ratings fall steadily. Cord-cutting and the rise of streaming services like Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) present risks to viewership and ad dollars.That said, AMCX is awfully cheap, at about 6.5x 2019 EPS estimates. There's still a case that a larger media company could look to buy the company out; even a rumor could lead shorts to cover and AMCX stock to spike. AMC Networks, too, has been aggressive in repurchasing shares, further tightening the float and creating the potential for a squeeze. * 5 Reasons General Electric Stock Is a Value Trap For now, AMCX looks like a trading stock, as it's been for the past few years. But with valuation reasonable, it's a trading stock worth a look on a fundamental basis as well.As of this writing, Vince Martin is long shares of Dell Inc., has a bullish options position in Turtle Beach, and has a bearish options position in Tesla. He has no positions in any other securities mentioned. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 7 Cloud Stocks to Buy on Overcast Days * 6 Stable Stocks Worth Buying for Protection * 5 Active Vanguard Funds That You Have to Own Compare Brokers The post 10 Stocks That Could Squeeze Short Sellers, Including CGC appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • 7 Small-Cap Stocks That Make the Grade
    InvestorPlace13 days ago

    7 Small-Cap Stocks That Make the Grade

    Editor's note: This story was previously published in March, 2019. It has since been updated and republished.The stock market has been a charging bull since 2019 began. Given how 2018 ended, this has been quite a surprise. Much of the selloff was explained by expectations that Q4 wasn't going to be strong and that growth in 2019 would be diminished. And most of the numbers that are coming in reinforce that view.So, why is the market charging ahead as if there's nothing to fear?InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsBecause things are going according to plan. The market hates uncertainty. Even less than ideal certainties are better than pleasant surprises. * 7 Cloud Stocks to Buy on Overcast Days And that's why small-cap stocks -- which usually do best in times of strong economic expansion -- continue to do well, even now. As long as the market knows the economy isn't going to hit bumps that slow it one quarter and grow it the next -- forcing the Federal Reserve out of its complacency -- stocks can chug along happily.The seven small-cap stocks that make the grade below are all highly rated momentum stocks in my Portfolio Grader. They should see big gains as this "Goldilocks economy" continues. Source: Shutterstock Alarm.com (ALRM)Alarm.com (NASDAQ:ALRM) is a wireless and cloud-based security system company that focuses on residential and commercial properties.It's based in Northern Virginia, which hosts many of the suburbs of Washington, D.C., and there are plenty of expensive houses that got the company off its feet 19 years ago. Since then, it has scaled up its business and diversified both its customer and geographic base.Now the company has expanded into the smart property market, using its security systems to enable homeowners and business owners the ability to remotely monitor and manage a variety of systems.By expanding its footprint nationally and keeping up with the latest technological breakthroughs, ALRM remains one of the fastest growing security systems in the market.ALRM stock is up 69% in the past 12 months, and roughly 34% year to date, so it is solidly performing on its own merits, not just rising with higher tide of the broad stock market.Source: Citrix Online via Flickr AppFolio (APPF)AppFolio (NASDAQ:APPF) is the next iteration of cloud-based software solutions companies.The first wave saw companies simply moving some parts of their data to the cloud so that it was more accessible and provided an offsite back-up for corporate-based servers.The next wave is companies that are targeting specific industries with cloud-based solutions that are built for these niche industries. And that is where APPF comes in. * 7 Dangerous Dividend Stocks to Stay Far Away From It caters to small- and medium-sized businesses in the property management and legal sectors. This sector hasn't generally been at the top of the cloud providers priority list, since enterprise-level companies are a much bigger fish to land. And while there are plenty of these firms around the U.S., the time and energy to build something at their price point and with custom features just wasn't worth the money.APPF tapped into this market, and it's doing very well with its line of products. APPF stock is up almost 70% in the past year and is up 63% year to date.Source: Shutterstock DSW (DSW)DSW (NYSE:DSW) is a pretty familiar name to most consumers. It is one of the largest shoe stores in the U.S., with over 500 locations across the country.As the big-box department stores started their demise, companies like DSW saw an opportunity to move into a specific niche that was no longer being served well by department stores.You see, as much as ecommerce hurt department stores, so did the fact that they didn't have the ability to dig down into their offerings. They could provide some choices, but consumers were getting used to searching out variety online or in a dedicated store.DSW filled that need perfectly, and its ecommerce site allows shoppers to go the ecommerce route if they so desire.But remember, this is a discount shoe retailer, not a tech firm. It hasn'y had a great year, down 8% in the last 12 months, but it delivers a very respectable 4.6% dividend. As a total return play, this is a great long-term buy.Source: Shutterstock Intercept Pharmaceuticals (ICPT)Intercept Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ:ICPT) is a biopharmaceutical company that focuses on non-viral liver diseases. It currently has Ocaliva on the market which is treats a handful of these diseases and has little competition in the space.It was also in Phase 3 trials with a new drug for a fatty liver disease called Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH), and was competing with a similar drug from Gilead Sciences (NASDAQ:GILD). When Gilead announced that its drug had failed, things looked bleak.Until ICPT announced its drug had passed the trials. That leaves NASH treatment in the hands of ICPT for now. * 10 Great Stocks to Buy on Dips Bear in mind, this is a biotech that is very focused. Right now, things are back to being tough, though. The stock is up just 12% for the year and actually down 13% year to date, since it has been more volatile on this NASH news.There's plenty of opportunity here, even for a buyout by a bigger firm, so enjoy the ride but remember, it will be bumpy.Source: Shutterstock Restoration Hardware (RH)Restoration Hardware Holdings (NYSE:RH) is the holding company for what's better known to consumers as Restoration Hardware. It maintains an enormous and sumptuous product catalog that it distributes as an RH brand.The company has been around since the 1979 and made a good run at expanding smaller retail outlets in upper-middle-class malls and shopping districts around the country. But when the tech bubble burst and then the financial crisis hit, RH had to go back to the drawing board -- adapt or die.And it adapted. RH rebuilt as a brand for its ideal customers - high-end and aspiring high-end consumers. It closed many of its smaller locations and opened glorious showpieces around the country that showed off the furniture and accessories as well as offered interior designers to help with building out rooms and homes. Most also have lovely restaurants as well.This boutique treatment has paid off in the past, but the last 12 months haven't been as kind. RH is essentially flat in the past year, but if the economy once again shows signs of strength, it will be back big.Source: Shutterstock NuStar Energy LP (NS)NuStar Energy LP (NYSE:NS) is a midstream energy company that operates as a limited partnership.Basically, that means NS operates pipelines and storage for petroleum and anhydrous ammonia. Anhydrous ammonia is made from natural gas and steam and is used as a fertilizer.As for the limited partnership piece, that means NS is structured so that stockholders are looked at as owners and get net profits distributed to them in the form of a dividend. This means shareholders aren't "double taxed" on their gains. * 7 Strong Buy Stocks That Tick All the Boxes With U.S. energy production growing and exports also growing, the U.S. energy patch is in a bull market, especially with prices in the upper $50's. Also, NS stock should see some strength in its fertilizer business as the economy expands and spending is solid.Right now, NS is delivering a whopping 9.1% dividend, and that's after a 23% run on the stock year to date. Just remember this stock will be a bit volatile since it's a smaller energy company that will be influenced by energy prices and demand.Source: Shutterstock Cleveland-Cliffs (CLF)Cleveland-Cliffs (NYSE:CLF) has been around since 1847. And it's very likely you have never heard of it.Why? Because it has done one thing in all that time, and unless you're a domestic steel company, its name likely never came up.Granted the U.S. steel industry has been through some significant ups and downs over the past 50 years. But the thing about a company like CLF, which has seen its share of good times and bad times over the past 172 years, is it knows how to adapt.CLF supplies iron ore pellets to the U.S. steel industry. Its mines are in Michigan and Minnesota. It pelletizes the ore in a production facility in Ohio, and the headquarters is in Cleveland.That means all its production and distribution is U.S.-based. That keeps things simple in what can be a very complex global market.This is certainly one sector that has benefited from the U.S.-China trade war, with CLF up 22% in the past year. And it's still trading at a 2.64 P/E. But remember, this is a commodity-based company, so the P/E isn't going to reach big double-digits.In January a major global steel company cut steel production by about 40 million tons a year because of dam disaster at one of its properties in Brazil. That spells opportunity for CLF for 2019 and beyond. It also pays a solid 2% dividend.Louis Navellier is a renowned growth investor. He is the editor of four investing newsletters: Growth Investor, Breakthrough Stocks, Accelerated Profits and Platinum Growth. His most popular service, Growth Investor, has a track record of beating the market 3:1 over the last 14 years. He uses a combination of quantitative and fundamental analysis to identify market-beating stocks. Mr. Navellier has made his proven formula accessible to investors via his free, online stock rating tool, PortfolioGrader.com. Louis Navellier may hold some of the aforementioned securities in one or more of his newsletters. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 7 Dividend Stocks to Buy Today * 7 ETFs to Buy to Ride the Longevity Economy * 7 Winning High-Yield Dividend Stocks With Payouts Over 5% Compare Brokers The post 7 Small-Cap Stocks That Make the Grade appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • Restoration Hardware (RH) Gains As Market Dips: What You Should Know
    Zacks15 days ago

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  • CNBC17 days ago

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    RH is blurring the lines between retail and hospitality -- and the strategy appears to be working.

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