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The nation’s top department store chain, Macy’s runs nearly a thousand Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s stores.
3rd quarter should be good with back to school, and Christmas in 4th.
Target Price $67 - $72 - $81
I can't remember but I think I heard something about an Interest only loan on their Stores real estate. We are due for another 07 08 style drop. Gold in China dropped but only because they can't sell other stocks. Then you have Jade Helm and more gun grabbing. The Dixie flag coming down. Washington State now tracking you by the miles you drive. The Unaffordable Care act going to do more. Prices going up. Monopoly on Health Insurance Co. No its not going to be pretty.
great store with very good web approach
Activist Pushes Macy’s to Unload Real Estatehttp://www.wsj.com/articles/starboard-takes-stake-in-macys-wants-real-estate-spun-off-1436976717
Positive: - Consistent, low volatility performer - They are the seventh largest Internet company in America – just behind Netflix - The real estate they own is currently worth more than the market capitalization of the company - Management runs many initiatives to create new partnerships and to improve the online business Negative: - Expensive compared to it's own history but not so compared with the whole market Category: BVm
Pretty much all I needed to hear: http://www.marketwatch.com/story/macys-cfo-blames-millennials-netflix-and-lipstick-haters-on-shifting-retail-landscape-2015-03-24Underperform.
Barron's List World's Greatest CEOs 3/23/15 - Terry Lundgren1. In the last 5 yrs shares have outrun Amazon, rising 24$ annually2. Revenue rising, store count shrinking. Internet business large.3. Lungren also serves as a director of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York
A retailer in what is arguably the worst demographic (the middle). Add to that a persistent identity crisis and you have the makings of a company destined for heartache. I never thought it would reach $60 so I am a seller here.
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Strong free cash flow, sales are increasing, recognizable brand name, and reasonably priced.
They'll have a bigger marjet share with JCP soon to be gone, and they're gonna be buying back shares
Macy's doing great in the market. I can see no victory for the S&P. I'm sure Macy 'll maintain since it cost it's rival two years of defeat.
Just reported a great quarter; increased dividend and share repurchase plan; JC Penny (main competitor) not nearly as good. I believe in the business model/ brand. I like to shop there (I even have their credit card.) P/E is reasonable too. Long-term accumulate..
I’m gonna pop some tags, only got twenty dollars in my pocket.
can 30 stocks randomly picked from a bag of scrabble tiles beat the market? there's only one way to find out.
Looking at a whole year comparing Macys to S&P 500, Macys has outperformed the S&P.
The good times are over for this retail company as wallets tighten across the country.
Department stores are so two decades ago.
Macy's effectively marketed its clothing to well off shoppers through its online store, so it earned more than analysts expected and this trend should continue.
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