RadioShack Corp (NYSE:RSH)

CAPS Rating: 1 out of 5

The Company primarily engages in the retail sale of consumer electronics goods and services through its RadioShack store chain and non-RadioShack branded kiosk operations.

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Member Avatar Almostperfect1 (< 20) Submitted: 10/20/2014 12:31:04 PM : Outperform Start Price: $1.00 RSH Score: -8.39

Fixing phones and tablets may help

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Member Avatar maxxx2004 (21.09) Submitted: 10/19/2014 1:13:11 AM : Underperform Start Price: $0.98 RSH Score: +7.54

This dead horse found creditors for a while to keep him up. Let see, when they realize, that this is not a race horse but dead one ;)

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Member Avatar pchop12316 (34.44) Submitted: 10/17/2014 12:42:35 PM : Underperform Start Price: $0.92 RSH Score: +0.90

unload now after this little bit of surge upward

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Member Avatar dpdoor (33.29) Submitted: 10/15/2014 12:33:43 PM : Outperform Start Price: $4.30 RSH Score: -128.90

In the begging of the recession I predicted that the format Radio Shack uses would prevail as the better format for brick and mortar electronics store.
The have a smaller foot print, and they have the advantage of the best advertising. You can see there stores while driving.
Advertising now days is so diluted that the best is out doors advertising, (back to basic). There locations are just that.
Of course internet is great if you can be on the top of the first page but that is just not going to happen for Radio Shack.
The Size is Better Then Best Buy: we don't need 50,000 sq ft electronics stores anymore.
We don't need the 2,000 sq ft for CD's anymore, High end products (tv's , computers) will be sold in more efficient ways then to have 6000 sq ft of repetitive types of products, 8,000 sq ft of printers, 1500 sq ft of computer paper.
Overall I fell the box store electronics were just too big for products that keep getting smaller.

Radio shack is the right size, has experienced person that you talk to as soon as you come in.
I can leave work, get a mouse and keyboard, new router, or external back up and get back to work in minutes. I am not going to mess with the box stores and have not been in one in 3 years.
I go to Radio Shack once a month some times more.
If we start making better money again and fixing things up I'll be there even more.

They were my prediction of 2009 for the long term, What I did not know is they would not handle the upper management in best methods.
I mean come on , buy back of stocks they ended up using the cash they now need to buy back stocks 2 years ago!
Paying dividends! NO NO , protect your cash flow. every divined they paid lowered their stock value.

During a recessions, Cash Flow is everything!
They could have just done noting and played Rope-A-Dope and would have $500,0000 in cash! Insteaad they may go out of business from a lack of cash flow!
Right now they are doing better in the stores but they need to RAISE Prices, They should not of lowered there margins when they have fewer customers, that is just losing money onto of losing money,
protect margins !
A business with limited cash has to adjust to lower volume and not go against the tied. They can not change the tied but they could survive it it they have the CASH.
Then they sit at a conference room and come up with ideas to grow that sounds like a bunch of stoned high school kids. I do admit I tried some of their ideas when I was IN MY 20's and just starting out!
They can't fight the tide just ride it and survive, as things move their way (later) then work on some of these wild Ideas with EXTRA cash.
Hope its not too late, they, buy the general format should survive, (if they did not totally miss manage their cash)

dont swi

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Member Avatar panda72 (99.80) Submitted: 10/13/2014 2:56:49 PM : Underperform Start Price: $0.89 RSH Score: -3.27

the shack. lawl.

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Member Avatar TSIF (99.96) Submitted: 10/11/2014 6:20:11 PM : Underperform Start Price: $0.84 RSH Score: -10.01

Short term financing serves to shift what few assets exist to the lienholders and away from the shareholders. Some may be fooled by false hope and the "use to be" theorem that props up equities when they reach a low level, but eventually reality will surface. No products that anyone wants. Lots of inventory. Closing unprofitable stores only helps in an industry where there are profitable stores.

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Member Avatar TMFBabo (100.00) Submitted: 10/6/2014 6:44:28 AM : Underperform Start Price: $0.57 RSH Score: -63.56

I was pretty surprised to see the sustained strength of RSH stock, sending me quite negative. I had picked it for the fifth time, hoping to ride it down to zero eventually. I knew the company would try to save itself, but it's comical how "investors" have piled on as the company attempted to find financing for itself.

Today, we see that the new $120 million financing came with a lot of the debt that could convert to equity and dilute current shareholders up to 50%. We're also seeing that existing shareholders could also participate in a potential rights offering to buy shares at $0.40. The stock closed at about $1.00 on Friday! Yowza. It sounds like there are a lot of conditions on the new money, we might not see the equity conversion, we still need them to refinance the revolver eventually, etc.

Maybe all of this gets them through the holiday season. Maybe. But do you know anyone who's going to be charging into RSH to buy stuff rather than go almost anywhere else (or buy the stuff online)? The concept is still terribly outdated and it's going to be incredibly tough to save this company. In my opinion, they've just delayed the inevitable.

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Member Avatar TMFPencils (99.81) Submitted: 10/3/2014 12:55:51 PM : Underperform Start Price: $0.99 RSH Score: +3.71

Taking advantage of the 35% jump today to rate this underperform. The only saving grace -- and potential downside to this call -- that I see is someone coming along and acquiring RadioShack outright. Problem is, I don't think any organization is dumb enough to to do that.

RadioShack has:

** Declining revenue
** Declining comps (majorly so)
** Worsening margins
** Climbing debt (now above $600 million)
** Dwindling cash ($30.5 million, down from $179.8 million at the end of 2013)
** Increasingly negative cash flow production coupled with rising CapEx spending

What did I miss? And all this after a decent Super Bowl ad, too. Even a cash infusion to get these guys through the 2014 holiday can only prop up this wreck for so long.

I just don't see the light at the end of the tunnel for RadioShack. Underperform.

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Member Avatar jbwheels69 (49.36) Submitted: 10/1/2014 2:10:21 PM : Underperform Start Price: $0.95 RSH Score: +1.14

At the end of a slow painful death....

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Member Avatar EdFromOhio (< 20) Submitted: 9/29/2014 2:26:47 PM : Underperform Start Price: $0.89 RSH Score: -7.43

I worked for Tandy / RadioShack many years ago. It wasn't a great place to work, but not terrible. The people they have working the stores dress in ways we would have been fired on the spot for in the past.

Over the years, this has just been a slow-motion train wreck. It would seem that the wreckage will soon be over and nothing left of the glory days of Radio Shack. The web site is horrible to try to navigate or search. The stores dropped most of the unique things you could get from RSH, and what they do have is absurdly priced. They must think we don't know how to look up pricing from other vendors online or something.

As some others have said, it'll be sad to see them go, but it's inevitable.

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Member Avatar TwoDollarPistols (32.61) Submitted: 9/20/2014 12:01:46 AM : Underperform Start Price: $0.96 RSH Score: -0.69

Sad to see you go Radio shack. I used to love digging through the drawers of electrical components as a kid. So long.

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Member Avatar OklaBoston (66.26) Submitted: 9/16/2014 10:09:15 AM : Outperform Start Price: $0.96 RSH Score: +0.69

CFO made open market buys of over 87,000 shares in March.

Techs looking less bearish than they have in years.

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Member Avatar snommis69 (64.38) Submitted: 9/11/2014 2:25:37 PM : Underperform Start Price: $0.99 RSH Score: +2.35

This company is DEAD.

They used to be the go-to for hobbyists, but somehow completely abandoned their roots and morphed into a tiny, broke assed Best Buy wannabe. Cell phones and garbage being hawked by clueless staff. I look forward to the going out of business sales nation wide.

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Member Avatar BlazerMania (96.33) Submitted: 9/11/2014 1:53:20 PM : Underperform Start Price: $1.01 RSH Score: +4.87

Going to zero.

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Member Avatar PrototypeZ (21.17) Submitted: 9/10/2014 2:19:16 PM : Underperform Start Price: $0.84 RSH Score: -13.85

Bankruptcy candidate

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Member Avatar joaquingrech (97.53) Submitted: 9/10/2014 1:31:05 PM : Underperform Start Price: $0.93 RSH Score: -3.08

seems to finally be toast after so many years holding up

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Member Avatar VortexTom (< 20) Submitted: 8/28/2014 4:39:55 PM : Underperform Start Price: $1.47 RSH Score: +32.87

I used to go to Radio Shack to find electronic parts and hard to find items. Now they are no more than a glorified phone store. Better deals on Amazon.com Changes need to be made for me to consider their future bright.

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Member Avatar superstar (99.56) Submitted: 8/28/2014 2:55:03 PM : Outperform Start Price: $1.51 RSH Score: -34.83

I expect modifications to be made to its debt obligations, nice risk/reward at this level. Lenders do not want to see this company file chapter 11. A risky investment for sure, but nice chance for significant upside.

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Member Avatar gopublic (96.38) Submitted: 8/27/2014 6:21:46 PM : Underperform Start Price: $0.67 RSH Score: -42.15

In order to keep that Cie. alive, the only way is to have the hobbyist to come back in their stores. I am not sure that closing stores is the good way for this purpose.

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Member Avatar Boom603 (73.46) Submitted: 8/22/2014 11:00:05 AM : Outperform Start Price: $0.68 RSH Score: +39.81

if it survives the next year this will be a monster in 5 years.

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