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Texas Roadhouse, Inc. (TXRH)

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    Phillip
    Very sad. Excellent place to eat. Rest in heaven Kent!!
    Bullish
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    adam
    Hope you all get your buys in soon! Roadhouse had some record breaking weeks in Period 3 with the stimulus and tax returns. Gonna be a great Q1 financial results!
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    Shaggy
    Wow, just heard about Kent's passing, I haven't been invested in quite some time though always had the greatest respect for the man. He will be remembered as a legend in the casual dining sector, he made his restaurants thrive while so many failed. God speed.
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    Ross
    Very sad day for all of us who love TXRH. RIP Kent Taylor.
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    Jared
    RIP Kent.
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    Jared
    Triple digits would be cool to see
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    Gary
    What in the world is going on with the after hours price? I see not news concerning this.
    Bullish
  • R
    Rshue1244
    CEO: "With a net cash flow position of $123 million and continued improvement of cash flow generation, we believe we will be well positioned to return to our usual uses of free cash flow later this year."

    Dividend returning later in 2021?
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    Sam
    Too bad he never publicly declared the dangers of contracting Covid19.
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    paul a
    almost 100,000 restaurants have closed since the start of the pandemic...many chains have closed tons of locations...don't ask me to list them, just look it up
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    Ross
    Mixed bag earnings report today. EPS was a miss by over 20 cents, but earnings period was a week shorter this quarter. Same for revenue. Outlook is good for next year (second half). If we get panic selling tomorrow it might be a good time to add to positions. I sure wouldn't sell. If all goes well with the Vaccine and the $15 minimum wage doesn't come about I still think 90 is reachable.
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    Jared
    Weird, almost like people are looking at the earnings remembering that TXRH was $70 before the pandemic
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    Benjo
    This Chinese Virus has taken big toll. China needs to pay the price.
  • S
    Sam
    and yes, Kent was a big time tRumpTard. And papa john schnatter was his friend.
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    Texas Roadhouse reached an all time high at 85.15
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    ted
    How is this stock selling at levels higher than prior to the pandemic outbreak in March 2020? Who the heck knows when and if restaurant business revenues will return to pre pandemic levels. What am I missing here ?
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    M
    The overheads here are massive. Even a decrease of sales by 12% indicate an operating loss. think about when you go out for dinner, half the bill is booze sales, probably not going to be getting those with Takeout, even if volume remains the safe (doubtful)

    The credit facility covers about 6 weeks of opex. They also have 200m in giftcards outstanding and Payables of about 100M as well, a dividend of 27M due in a week, and anount 75M in divideds for the year plans (they can cut it, but the dividend etfs start dumping the stock).

    Not sure if bankruptcy is the end result, but this is still overvalued at this point Imo. Were going to see a complere reset in valuations. Really depends on long this mess lasts.
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    Steven
    Texas Roadhouse restaurants are always packed. I don't know if politics matter. They are expanding everywhere. I picked up 500 shares on Friday at what I believe is a great price. This Coronavirus will fade just like all the other scares. Next summer TXRH will be $75 per share. Nice, earning a 2% dividend and a nice gain on top of that.
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    Shaggy
    Jared, interested in your thoughts as to why the markets are reacting so negatively to TXRH limiting their dining service to take out/curb side pick up yet when Shake Shack announced essentially the same thing, their stock jumped at one point today by nearly 23%.
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    Ross
    Shaggy, I guess we have been cancel cultured. I'm still a fan of TXRH, and think 90 is not out of the question, but not if the new Administration comes after us and our wallets.