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The country’s second-largest discount chain, Target shoots to be more upscale than rivals with a focus on design.
The security breach was annoying, but just a blip. TGT is here to stay.
Company is going to continue to suffer from image issues for the months to come, much like BP did for months after Gulf Oil Split. In the end it will regain its position. Target is also suffering from a Leadership void. http://www.darkreading.com/attacks-breaches/target-begins-security-and-compliance-ma/240166451?cid=NL_DR_Weekly_240166451&elq=ba4b21883039429595bc1c6decd0aeedCorporate Leadership needs to clean house, reorganize, and deal with securing its supply chain to bring confidence back
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Overbought and overvalued. Analysts consensus earnings estmate has fallen 28% in the past 90 days, and the price target has dropped 8%. Despite this, the stock still trades at a premium to its 5 year average Forward PEG, and its trailing PE is over 20. The company has been damaged by the security breach, and is in the process of a technology overhaul. Consumers, and the market, don't like uncertainty.
Buy good companies in hard times.
Expansion plans and credit card issues will be resolved in time
Target is a well stocked venue, clean and updated. Management has responded efficiently and expediently to the same kind of breach that ocurred at Nieman Marcus. New stores going into Canada coupled with competitive pricing, good inventory, and a pleasant environ makes this recent low a no brainer.
Trading just a hair above its 52-week low; the security breach problems shall pass.
Great cash flow company that is well managed with a track record of consistent shareholder growth of time. A recent decline due to credit card breach is concerning but not a huge factor versus cash flow and management actions to correct it. These are the times we live in and expect these types of security breaches to occur with other highly valued retailers over time as they have in the past with good post return to growth. Short down time, high opportunity now for stock re-purchase.
$73.44 price target by January 2015.
Currently trading lower
They are trading at a large discount because of being hacked. They have upgraded their security and should return to previous levels of trading.
Recovery from the credit card, customer information data theft will lift the stock price
2014 will be a difficult year for the middle-class consumer. People want to purchase items that are a good value and do not look cheap. Target products hit the strike zone of 80% of the population can find a product they would wear or use in their home.
Just think of this target credit card thing as a recall for the automotive industry.
Facing major problems (possibly lawsuits) over data breach. Customers currently reluctant to shop there. 2014 may be good time to pick up a quality retail stock cheap.
Getting out when the getting is good for me. I think the next two years will be tuff on TGT pending the recent lack of IT security and the pending lawsuits that are developing. I have sold of my stocks and am awaiting the impact of the pending storms in 2014 and 2015.
Buying on bad news seems to work
Target had struggling with the expansion into Canada and now the data breach...but I believe this will mostly pass by spring/summer 2014. Stock may continue to drop through the early winter, but if management continues the stock buybacks at the reduced prices, and allowing times for a return on the recent Canadian expansion, I think the turn-around could be noticable by holiday season 2014.
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