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Six Flags Entertainment Corporation (SIX)

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
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42.50+0.88 (+2.11%)
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    Jabberwonky
    Is it possible to find a stock that has eroded Share holder Equity more than ZERO flags?
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    CP
    Guess someone did not like this report?
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    Alpha
    Crushed earnings as expected. 2022 they expect 500-600 million per year which gives us a P/E ratio in the single digits. Very cheap!!
  • R
    Robert
    Doing pretty well today, wondering what caused the rise in stock price, other than a new appointment?
  • T
    The Case AdVita
    $RLFTF conversation
    Supporters of Mr. Dr. J. 'lol' Johnson should call on him to reveal what he knows, what authorities are investigating $RLFTF's management, what those investigations are focused on, and against whom.

    $NRXP #Advita #SIX #Justice #Zurich #Geneva
  • M
    MGTOW
    Ouch down 8%
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    Six Flags Entertainment is up 5.73% to 44.46
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    Jabberwonky
    How is ZERO FLAGS not bankrupt? Omg, this is going back to 12 bucks shortly.
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    Jabberwonky
    ZERO flags going up, unbelievable. What did they do? dump the team of people in charge?
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    Tyler
    This piece of junk will go bankrupt. We are entering a massive recession. How does it feel knowing this was 100% artificially propped up? PE ratio is also an 85 which is at extreme overvalued levels.
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    Jabberwonky
    ZERO flags needs to bring back that big dividend, lol…
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    Jabberwonky
    Just in time for fright fest….when they bring back that 6% dividend I’ll buy lmao…
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    Yahoo Finance Insights
    Six Flags Entertainment is down 7.38% to 37.04
  • L
    Len
    Smart people love this stock.
    Smart people are vaccinated.
  • C
    CP
    Earnings beat! Stock down as usual! Time to BUY!!!
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    Six Flags Entertainment is up 6.14% to 43.07
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    Ted
    Never would consider myself the panic selling type, but I unloaded my entire position today. I can second guess myself for not selling a portion yesterday as I intended, however I do not see any reason to continuing to hold at the time for a measly dividend. This seems to be dead money for some time unless there is news in the mix that is currently unavailable to retail investors. I may buy back in later but with the market in a strong upward movement I believe there are better options out there where I can recoup some of the losses in a quicker manner. GL to all holders!
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    Stan
    Several things to pay attention to:

    1. Very heavy Insider buying of SIX shares. Directors and CEO bought around 50 million dollars worth of shares just now.
    2. The decrease in profit from 2018 to 2019 was due to a 1 time occurence of additional expenses, it was not operational profit decrease. Revenue actually went up.
    3. Dividend getting cut by new management is actually a GOOD thing. Why? Because now all that profit is going to go into growing the business. The new dividend rate of 4%+ is extremely sustainable.
    4. Will people go to Six Flags? Guess what folks - Wait time both forecasted and live in Six Flags is checable online! There is a website that shows Six Flags Magic Mountain wait times by ride. Guess what - "Full Throtle" had a wait time of 60 minutes today in line. People are going to Six Flags.
    Bullish
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    Jordan
    Where will people go for fun when things start improving? When I started thinking about this, there are a lot of risky places out there. I don't feel comfortable with indoor settings - bars, restaurants, movie theaters, etc. all have risks via contact and ventilation systems.

    I think outdoor venues will recover first, where there should be less risk. I think this makes SIX a good play, and yes, I have invested in it.
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    Gary
    SIX has $2.5B in debt, far in excess of its market cap. It is slated to continue to lose money, most likely through next year. All those foreging expansion projects? Not happening any time soon. So what is there to be excited about?
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