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The TJX Companies, Inc. (TJX)

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  • C
    Coach W
    Has the reopen trade been fully priced into TJX already?
  • R
    It’s an embarrassment in how this is at $68xx. I have to believe this is at $80 plus in two months or less. The reason I say this is because it’s on the cusp of breaking out technically and fundamentals are obviously improving quite a bit. 20% up from here is my target 2 months from now so essentially around $82
  • M
    Why this chat dead? Call volume is through the roof. I entered tf up
  • R
    Ralph Wiggum
    The market cap for this company (Ross knockoff) is approaching that of General Electric. The giant conglomerate company that invented electricity and one of the greatest companies in history

    What is happening to this world? 😞
  • M
    Very surprised with earnings,US side of businesses pretty good but Canada,Europe killed the company sales. The government is really making covid worse than it is for businesses. If you think you will get sick don’t go out stay home and watch CNN talk about dark winters and world is ending in 9 years because of climate control, and yes TJX is my largest % in my portfolio will need to reevaluate. Biden has no clue what is going on.
  • f
    Retail sales revised down 1% in December instead of the 0.7% reported. I wonder what the January revision will be?
  • s
    Downgraded by Gordon Haskett Buy » Hold USD 68
    Target Raised by Deutsche Bank Buy USD 73 » USD 76
  • H
    I love that there is no news, but up 3% and some lady on CNBC just recommended it. Talk about manipulation.
  • D
    did tjx cut their dividends
  • M
    Stores were packed over the weekend,
  • M
    TJX cash cow of the industry. Buy as many shares as you can $$$$$
  • J
    My wife went to TJX in FL today. Waited on line 30 minutes just to get in. Strong customer support.
  • B
    I'm a long time customer of Sierra Trading Post, who has literally purchased thousands of dollars on merchandise. I believe their strategy is brilliant. Products on their clearance items may be available for hours or months, which gives one the incentive to buy. I was at a local retailer recently, and was shocked to see the prices on similar merchandise. I Am a middle class retired Male who lives on a budget, who believes TJX is a safe investment for the future. Good luck to all, and live safe.
  • M
    Any comments? about the Health of this stock?
  • d
    will give back to low 60's
  • F
    When the market takes another correction and people are out of jobs or have to cut back on spending, where do you think they'll be shopping for necessities? Discount stores like TJX, WMT, etc......this stock will hold its own.
  • J
    I heard that TJX just announced discretionary bonuses for all retail store and distribution center employees, they wouldn't do that if they missed their Q2 earnings. i expect a slight pop after earnings release.
  • P
    Here’s the dealio. I’ve been in the clothing business for 37 years. TJX is in a very enviable position right now. For years, they have been buying closeouts from manufacturers, taking in a lot of less desirable merchandise in order to get some of the good stuff. When Covid reared it’s ugly head, the industry panicked. All of my orders from just about everybody for 3/30, 4/30 and 5/30 deliveries were cancelled. My company got stuck With about 1/2 million units, and we’re a small player. The major manufacturers got hit 100x worse than us. So what does that mean? Well, those goods have to be moved somewhere. TJX, Ross and Burlington will benefit from other, struggling retailers’ cancellations, with TJX likely getting first shot at everything. They will not only have the best prices, but they will also have the best product in the market. All the goods cancelled by Macy’s, Nordstrom, Bloomingdale’s, etc are gonna end up in TJX stores.

    This is a no brainer right now. Stay long, like the checkout lines at TJX!
  • D
    No one is seeing the bigger picture here which is that retail has essentially subsidized companies like TJ Maxx, Ross and Home Goods. The inefficiencies in the retail model created a reliable and affordable supply off goods for these companies to purchase and resell at a discount.

    Well, that has now changed. Go visit the stores, shelves are lacking products. That trend will continue and get worse, eventually they will not have a discount line to sell, then they are like every other retailer.

    As all of the companies move to online platforms, the inventory management will be far more precise and predictable, this means less excess inventory for these resellers to have, and a higher cost for them. Not to mention their model has already been duplicated online by several companies, they have a lot of catching up to do.

    Do the math, where are they going to get products from? What advantage will they have if their prices rise?
  • P
    TJX is too strong. Anytime I go to any of their stores lines are mile long. I believe this stock will be $55 by December 21st. JMO