APRN - Blue Apron Holdings, Inc.

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-0.0480 (-4.71%)
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Previous Close1.0200
Bid0.9735 x 800
Ask0.9744 x 1300
Day's Range0.9712 - 1.0200
52 Week Range0.6500 - 4.1500
Avg. Volume4,045,086
Market Cap189.072M
Beta (3Y Monthly)N/A
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.6340
Earnings DateOct 31, 2018 - Nov 5, 2018
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est1.54
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    Stocks under $5 usually aren't the best stocks. After all, almost every company prices their initial public offering at $10 per share or more. Thus, if a stock is trading under $5, that means the stock has most likely been subject to a 50%-plus sell-off, which is a sign that the company is having major trouble.For this reason alone, stocks under $5 should be classified as high-risk stocks by investors.But, some of them should also be classified as high-reward stocks. Again, stocks under $5 got there because investors sold them in bunches. That means investor sentiment surrounding these stocks is depressed, and expectations are low. If the company can top those low expectations and sentiment dramatically improves, these same really beaten up stocks can become huge overnight winners.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsThis has happened a lot recently. 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Overall, Blue Apron failed to grow in a way that satisfied investors, and APRN stock had dropped under $1 by late 2018.But Blue Apron shares have been injected with some life over the past few months as signs have emerged that a huge turnaround may be around the corner. Specifically, Blue Apron announced a big meal-kit partnership with Weight Watchers (NYSE:WTW), which management said would stabilize the customer base without the company having to spend big on marketing. Shortly thereafter, management said that WTW deal was seeing higher-than-expected demand, and that Blue Apron would be adjusted EBITDA profitable in Q1 and fiscal 2019.The dots here aren't hard to connect. Essentially, it appears that Blue Apron may be carving out a weight-loss niche for itself in the hyper-competitive meal kit marketplace with its Weight Watchers partnership. If so, growth will stabilize over the next several years without big expense growth, margins will improve, and profitability will become a real possibility.If all that happens, APRN stock could run way higher from here. Pier 1 (PIR)Home furnishings retailer Pier 1 (NYSE:PIR) has been an eyesore in the struggling retail industry for a long time now. In a nutshell, the emergence of online-only home furnishings retailers like Wayfair (NYSE:W) -- which often have lower prices -- have rapidly and dramatically stolen market share from Pier 1. The result? Sales and margins are down big. Profits have been wiped out. PIR stock has dropped from around $20 five years ago to 30 cents in late 2018.But, PIR stock has been on a tear recently, rising by five-fold from 30 cents to $1.50 in just three months. It's nearly impossible to pinpoint an exact catalyst behind this monstrous rally besides that the stock got way too cheap. At 30 cents per share, Pier 1 was being valued at a $25 million market cap, and yet sales over the past 12 months measure over $1.6 billion. Still, at $1.50, Pier 1 is being valued at a market cap of just $121 million, which is still anemic next to a $1.6 billion sales base.To be sure, profits are negative over that same stretch, the balance sheet isn't as clean as it could be, and the sales base is shrinking. Nonetheless, all Pier 1 needs is 2% profit margins margins on a $1 billion sales base to net $20 million in profits. Even a super depressed 10x multiple on that implies a $200 million market cap under such scenarios. Further, if profit margins hit 2% on a $1.5 billion sales base, the same math implies a $300 million market cap. * 7 March Madness Stocks to Consider for the Big Dance It's a tall order for management to cut costs and stabilize sales at the same time. But, if they manage to pull it off, this stock could keep soaring in a big way. 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On one hand, that means hopes for this stock to get back to $20 have been axed. On the other hand, a potential buyout means that buyers here could be in for a big payday soon.Fortunately, there should be suitors. FRAN stock currently has a market cap of just $31 million, and enterprise value of $20 million thanks to a cash-heavy balance sheet. Sales over the past 12 months measure about $450 million. At one point in time, this company had 10%-plus profit margins. Thus, it isn't hard to imagine Francesca's getting back to 2% profit margins on a $400 million sales base. That math implies $8 million in net profits, which realistically equates to an $80 million market cap, based on a depressed 10x multiple.In other words, FRAN stock looks like a cheap stock here -- cheap enough to attract some serious M&A interest. Blink (BLNK)Volatility is an inherent feature of stocks under $5, since the fundamentals on these stocks can often change dramatically and quickly. 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