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Texas Roadhouse, Inc. (TXRH)

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89.20-0.20 (-0.22%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
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  • R
    Ross
    EPS 1.07. Beat by 0.6.
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    spencer
    Went there tonight for dinner. Packed. Love it for the long term and div
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    U
    Too quiet here, up almost 4% today.
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    simplicity
    Most Dining Stocks are up. Consumers must be flush with Cash. I'm not buying the pop, but will buy the flop.
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    Stockguru
    New 52 week low. How low do we go?
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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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    sean
    I ordered take out from texas roadhouse once a week, thru the app. the first week of lockdown was chaotic, food was delayed 25 mins past my scheduled pickup time, then i guess they figured out how to do take out since then, no more complaints.
    Certainly the car traffic is not there, but people come and leave pretty quickly, so just cuz you see like 15 cars in parking lot instead of usually 50, it doesn't mean that business is only 30% of usual.
    My conclusion, texas roadhouse is doing better than expected, at least break even during lockdown. When economy reopens, some other restaurants will never open again, txrh will take market share and be more busier than before.
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    Rod
    no substitute for a TXRH filet steak (make mine medium rare please!) I started a position today, 250 shares at 53.43.
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    Phillip
    Very sad. Excellent place to eat. Rest in heaven Kent!!
    Bullish
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    Shaggy
    This will be at all time highs and over 100 a share by Christmas. 12.5 trillion dollars in excess savings from April to September sitting in consumers' bank accounts. Regardless of how the election turns out, the money will be flowing, more if Trump, less if Biden due to fear of increased taxes and reinstatement of individual mandates from ACA. This will be a historic Christmas season, I predict that we beat year over year numbers by double digits.
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    Jimmy
    New shareholder as of today. I cannot get Into the Restaurant near my house without a minimum 45 minute wait. Time of day doesn’t seem to matter.
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    Gerry
    Glad I got out before earnings. When you come out and say our COST are not in control and we don't see this changing.....this is what happens. The analyst don't care about revenue growth if COST are rising faster.
  • J
    Jared
    Anyone who wants to know anything about stock or company I’ve been working there for 3 years feel free to ask, may not be able to answer all questions
  • T
    Tom
    Bought more June $45 puts today. I love Texas Roadhouse, but not at this price in this environment.
    1) Beef Shortage will be put into any guidance they are willing to make on the conference call
    2) They have people stacked on top of each other in waiting areas, which will be a no,no in the months to come.
    3) We ordered their curbside. It sucked. By the time I got home the burger was luke warm and I don't want to reheat a steak. They are a destination and a good night out for people.
    You might as well put Cracker Barrel in this boat as well. Not sure why I'd order breakfast food to go for 2x the price of McDonalds. Again, it is a destination place.

    Both of these will come back, but I can't imagine their revenue being 1/4 of what it was before March.
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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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    PhatCat
    I bought a little more today. Ate at bar on Sunday, restaurant was near 100% full
    Bullish
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    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?
  • S
    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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