$18.09 $0.07 (0.4%)

04:00 PM EDT on 08/16/19

The Lovesac Company (NASDAQ:LOVE)

CAPS Rating: No stars

Current Price $18.09 Mkt Cap $391.3M
Open $18.07 P/E Ratio 0.00
Prev. Close $18.02 Div. (Yield) $0.00 (0.0%)
Daily Range $17.56 - $18.88 Volume 200,368
52-Wk Range $17.50 - $46.79 Avg. Daily Vol.

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XMFRendezvous (94.10)
Submitted February 13, 2019

Self-proclaimed "tech-enabled disrupted" beanbag maker lovesac has been on quite the run recently. I am skeptical that will be able to continue to compete past their novel $1000 bean bag. 60% of sales are now coming from their modular couch. All of… More

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Member Avatar EmilyMuhleman1 (< 20) Submitted: 3/16/2019 10:42:01 PM : Underperform Start Price: $30.04 NASDAQ:LOVE Score: +42.34

LOVE has an interesting product and a promotional CEO, which has enabled the company to get to its status today with 77 showcase stores in malls across the country, sitting on contract after contract with unfathomable annual operating lease payment obligations for the next 10 years. The entire public offering was, in my view, a way for the CEO to cash out (though he's still doing it, so he'd rather you not know that yet) along with a couple PE players that never had much in a way of a strategic relationship with the company. One simply funded it with growth capital long ago, which LOVE quickly burned through. With fear of losing 100% on that investment, that firm was able to coax a buddy over at another PE shop to go in with him on one more round, this would be a bridge financing just to take the company through to the IPO (thereby allowing the original PE investor to recover his reckless investment). And that's exactly what they did. The addressable market for sectional couches, however adjustable, that cost over $6,000 simply is not going to grow much further relative to existing penetration. As LOVE elected to take a "direct-to-consumer" marketing approach (or somehow upset AMZN), AMZN has another maker of identical bean bags, as well as its own copy, all over the site for better prices. I get a feeling it was either a decision of LOVE or one of AMZN not to include the company in its new Furniture Sales Marketplace, where local vendors can go online and list product to offload to customers nearby. AMZN sold $4.1B in furniture last year, yet somehow it isn't an "omni-channel threat this management team has even noticed?" That's foolish. And when management teams say foolish things, they're usually either bad people or they think you're the fool. Not today folks. The company will need to raise cash within the next 18 months, 100%. Nice bean bags, though. - Emma Muhleman, CFA, CPA

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Member Avatar XMFRendezvous (94.10) Submitted: 2/13/2019 12:51:11 PM : Underperform Start Price: $27.96 NASDAQ:LOVE Score: +40.40

Self-proclaimed "tech-enabled disrupted" beanbag maker lovesac has been on quite the run recently.

I am skeptical that will be able to continue to compete past their novel $1000 bean bag. 60% of sales are now coming from their modular couch. All of their items come at a premium price point. However that space is way more crowded than say beanbags.

They failed to include Wayfair and Amazon in their investor presentation as omni-channel disruptions... instead liking themselves to Tesla. OK.

Thier CEO seems to be disliked, and they have terrible glassdoor ratings.

Going public was probably just a way for management and investment bankers to cash-out.

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EmilyMuhleman1 < 20 3/18/2019 Underperform 3Y $30.04 -39.78% +2.56% +42.34 1 Comment
XMFRendezvous 94.10 2/13/2019 Underperform 5Y $27.96 -35.30% +5.10% +40.40 3 Comments

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