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Whirlpool Corporation (WHR)

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214.50-1.10 (-0.51%)
At close: 4:04PM EDT
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  • S
    Shroom
    I suspect it is trying to fill the gap back to the $200 region. Hopefully it will not get there.
  • G
    Gary P.
    Great company with superb product lines. Better quality by far that offshore stuff which is cheaper but non-stop troublesome. Much better run now than a few years ago. Good dividend. A very bright future.
    Bullish
  • C
    Cfsaxny
    Is this stock a good choice to hedge against inflation?
  • A
    Arcadia
    CFRA raised target to $270 with a buy rating today. Buy as much as you can. IMO more upgrades will follow.
  • r
    robert
    WHR is dirt cheap at these levels with huge growth potential. I am a buyer here.
  • C
    Chickenstick1
    Easy buy into weakness. GLTA
  • i
    ironmill
    hahahaha- crushed earnings, will pop in am -like most stocks that crush earnings- backlog with 2 million new homes needed- should be good for awhile plus covid is not gone yet- looks like a money maker for a year or two. imo
  • B
    Brian
    Well, this is areal quiet board for earnings day... Let's go to the moon...ha ha.
    Bullish
  • J
    Jay
    WHR was trading at $242 and some change this morning. We're going to wait for a dip below $240, then add some more! Longz! :-)
  • J
    John
    I would expect this year to be down significantly. WHR is dealing with the same issues many manufacturers are facing. Commodity inflation, know domestic Metal is currently at it's highest in human history with no signs of weakening in the next quarter.

    WHR is expecting $1B loss this year in inflation, as reported in their earnings. This will be more than 2x the largest inflationary hit they have taken in a single year.

    If consumer spend starts to drop WHR could be in big trouble, as it gets squeezed from the bottom-line and the top.

    The successful price increases WHR has passed through will now make their way to the average consumer. These increases, may be the additional pressure that causes consumer spend to drop.

    This is a very tense time in the commodity markets. As stated before Commodity Inflation has blown pass historical records. The cause is not so much increase in demand as decrease in supply (COVID Manufacturing slowdown had major impact, Steel Mills in USA dropped >35% production and are taking their time to increase capacity, keeping prices high). Global allocation prevents import penetration, coupled with 232 Tarriff. Because imports are weak, domestic mills are able to keep prices high through capacity manipulation/keeping supply low.

    Market is tense right now. If end users cannot handle inflationary prices their will be a correction in industrial companies.

    (Above is my opinion, I trade metal futures for a Fortune 500 acquisition company and get to see a unique side of Industrial OEMs).
    Bearish
  • B
    Brian
    Positive bounce off the 50 day this week? NEED THE HOMEBUILDERS TO PUT UP GOOD NUMBERS.
    Bullish
  • r
    ridingbreakouts
    WHR 37 year HIGH. PE PEG PS cash 3 billion plus in the bank. dividend bargain territory. It’s a double plus from here time is on your side
    Bullish
  • r
    ridingbreakouts
    WHR Market cap should be $22 bil within 12 months or $370/shr. Forward P/E 8. 200% cheaper than the SP 500. $2 bil shr buyback plus an outstanding dividend yield. Global mortgage rates low for a year or two plus AIRBNB VRBO.
    Bullish
  • m
    michael
    This is a great company with a low PE and a solid amount of demand
  • A
    Anonymous
    What’s going on with WHR?
  • w
    wicked
    Insanity at it's best. So the real question is how many washer, dishwashers, microwaves- machines are people going to buy? I don't think so. Summer 2021 I think people will get out and take a vacation post vaccine.... What do you think, a huge sell in may and go away?
    Bearish
  • M
    Meteors Thru The Clouds
    Congrats to all shareholders who bought in under $100 per share. You are now earning north of 5.6 % annually.
  • B
    Brian
    They crushed a very high bar and it's not in the stock price.
    Bullish
  • L
    Larry
    Remember what I said that at Churchill Swartz we really don't care about any earnings, just look at (WHR) they crushed their earnings but it's not to our advantage to let them share rise cause then we don't get the option premiums you guys paid for it's a simple as that, that's our money you have to say goodbye to that money the minute you buy the option 9 times out of 10, Bam, Bam.
  • J
    JC
    $23/sh is what management is forecasting for this year. Multiply that by a reasonably low PE of 14 and you get $322 per share for WHR. The PE could easily expand with the predicted growth and we all know management sandbags the predictions. I'll say $400 may be in the cards in a year to a year and a half. The results and call were all very bullish.
    Bullish