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Bed Bath & Beyond

$6.67

-$0.42
(-0.06%)
52 Week High:
$30.06
52 Week Low:
$4.38
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Have you heard of shorting interest? Don't tell me that BBBY is not shorted into oblivion. The shorting position covering will increase the price, BBBY will sell shares at a higher price and then use it towards initiatives, cash operations and debt management. Call me desilutional, regarded or however you want.
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market is heading two to June's low and BBBY is till hovering around $6.5 loop capital said it will be $1 but it's not going back to $4.3 isn't it ? i will buy some if it's $4.5
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Bullish

You mean like bbby? Let's be very clear theres the wsb crowd happily amused by cultists like you try to sell this heaping pile of excrement while we sell you calls like new york hot dogs and then there's your people who are a bunch of idiots
1 hour ago
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Yes, evidently. You have zero reason to think that beyond sheer conspiracy spitballing. First of all, it was failing before he ever showed up. Rapid revenue declines and huge losses. - Tritton showed up in November 2019 - about 4th Quarter FY 2020 for BBBY. - Revenues had been flat since FY **2016** - Revenues fell 3% a years before he showed up, 7% the year he showed up, and then the pandemic hit and they fell 17% - Operating margins turned negative two years before he showed up - They lost $700M operating the year he showed up Second, it's against all incentives. The dude would have been heavily (almost entirely) compensated in stock and options. Why would he destroy his own wealth? Third, there's simply no evidence to believe this. Incompetence, or failure to turnaround a struggling business is not grounds to assume its purposeful. Like I said, it's hard to turn around something that's failing.
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1: closing stores because they can’t make a profit. This is in no way a bullish indicator. Store locations shouldn’t be unprofitable. This is indication of a failing business. “Proactively looking into their cash position”? Whatever tf that means 2: ….sure. Again, firing management is what failing companies do. 3: probably a lender who has >50% LTV. Also, loans are bad for shareholders unless the company can generate a greater return than the debt payments, which BBBY has steadily proven they can’t. On top of this they are considering selling more shares, last I hears, which further reduces EPS and this valuations 4: I’ll give you this one, its a good thing, but I won’t in any way agree that this will save the company Also, what the hell makes you think $70, and on top of that 1 quarter from now?? The market makers who sold those calls thank you for your donation.
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> The fact that BBBY is consistently hemorrhaging cash at an accelerating rate". How can you say that they are burning cash at an accelerated rate when they are closing stores? Because I can observe the accelerating rate. It's gotten worse. I blame Ryan Cohen, personally. Man is a fool. And like I said, closing stores is no clear answer. > That was the case when Mark Tritton was in charge and purposely driving the company into shambles but now this is no longer the case. Mark Tritton was buying back their stock at high prices. No, you conspiratorial nut. The former management team was not "purposely driving the company into shambles". None of you realize that it's harder to PREVENT bankruptcy for many companies than the reverse. It's missteps and misjudgments. No nefarious intent required. It's business, not religion. Dude was very successful in the Target reorganization, what he tried there just didn't work with a shittier company. > Now the new top mgmt is genuinely invested into the best interest and they are really to sell 12M of their stock once the price goes higher. This will definitely help their debt and cash on hand situation. My man, they're burning about as much cash per QUARTER as they're hoping to raise in TOTAL from debt and equity.
2 hours ago
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I could continue but I will pick on one single comment you added: " The fact that BBBY is consistently hemorrhaging cash at an accelerating rate". How can you say that they are burning cash at an accelerated rate when they are closing stores? That was the case when Mark Tritton was in charge and purposely driving the company into shambles but now this is no longer the case. Mark Tritton was buying back their stock at high prices. Now the new top mgmt is genuinely invested into the best interest and they are really to sell 12M of their stock once the price goes higher. This will definitely help their debt and cash on hand situation.
2 hours ago
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Bullish

BBBY is a loser. You’re just wasting time and money
2 hours ago
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Bearish

Dumpster fire? It reminded me one of the cheap media post from.Yahoo putting a dumpster fire as a front photo for an article about BBBY ![gif](emote|free_emotes_pack|joy)... you probably wrote the article: [https://ca.finance.yahoo.com/news/bed-bath-beyond-dumpster-fire-out-of-business-181505056.html](https://ca.finance.yahoo.com/news/bed-bath-beyond-dumpster-fire-out-of-business-181505056.html)
2 hours ago
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BBBY at the current market cap. I didn't think I needed to explain that.
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