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The TJX Companies, Inc. (TJX)

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  • M
    Mr. Downside
    $JWN conversation
    My question from Twitter Land I'll post here, too:

    $JWN (Nordstom's) 52-week low during lock down of $12.24...Today hit $12.74 again.

    $DDS (Dillard's) low of $21.5 and is now $31.5

    $M (Macy's) low of $4.38 & is now $6.35

    $TJX (Tj Max) $32.72 low & now $53.88

    $ROST (Ross) $56.3 low & now $90.62

    What retail is on sale?
    Bullish
  • P
    Paul
    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?
    Bearish
  • J
    Jeff
    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.
  • w
    william
    I bought puts Monday afternoon because stores seemed empty and lots of empty shelves. This company is in trouble.
  • S
    Sebby74  Fragapane
    im in nyc , the shelves are fully stocked in TJ and Homegoods. lines to get in. i spent almost 200 bucks with nothing really on my radar. im buying tomorrow morning.
  • R
    Rusty0601
    TJX has paid off the $1 billion it drew down from its revolving credit facilities in March and ended the second quarter with $6.6 billion in cash
  • W
    WAYNET
    Every Marshall's near our home (and there are 3 of them) always have lines and are crowded. I see a positive earnings statement tomorrow based on a big sales increase.
    Bullish
  • g
    george
    TJX
    Numbers great!!

    They’re getting better quality merchandise and sales are strong and through the roof
    Watch this stock soar!
    Bullish
  • 4
    4ngel
    It's not a good time to be a retailer with high exposure to the apparel market and no e-commerce business.
    It's not a good time to be a retailer with high exposure to the apparel market and no e-commerce business.
    www.google.com
  • J
    Jordan
    what time tomorrow?
  • E
    EPC24
    This will bounce tomorrow guaranteed.
  • J
    John K
    The company is going into overdrive.
    Ride the wave / buy the dip
    Bullish
  • j
    jim b
    Last quarter means nothing . No back to school so guidance will be light and send it down
  • J
    J
    lines out 15 deep at local tjmaxx homegoods
  • B
    Benjo
    This is just a bluff. They are on average more expensive than regular stores. I have compared their prices with other stores. It's just bluff.
  • S
    Sage
    bought in on this dip, hopefully Q3 will be better as stores are open
    Bullish
  • g
    george
    Last three times I was in TJ Maxx and Marshalls it was super crowded you couldn’t even get in the store you had to wait in line and it was so many people in the checkout line they have to post great numbers
    Bullish
  • T
    The
    If TJX is doing so well why is the stock down over three dollars pre-market???! Other stocks are hitting all time highs!😡
  • S
    Stephen
    Screaming buy here
    Bullish
  • e
    easy e
    long term ok short term so so - keep eye on CTRN just blew away earnings off price stores under radar