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E Macy's: Still Not Out Of Woods
Article By: PennyWiser
Sunday, July 12, 2020 7:41 AM EDT
We evaluate the investment thesis for Macy's based on takeaways from the recently announced Q1 results and the management's outlook on the business through 2020 and beyond.
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E Macy’s Q1 Was Bad, But The Company Has The Cash To Survive The Current Pandemic
Article By: Jonathan Weber
Wednesday, July 1, 2020 11:06 AM EDT
Macy’s reported that its sales totaled $3.0 billion, which was, not surprisingly, down more than 45% year over year.
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Macy's Reports Mixed Q1 Earnings, CEO Says Another Shutdown Not Anticipated
Article By: Benzinga
Wednesday, July 1, 2020 9:58 AM EDT
Macy's reported a first-quarter loss of $2.03 per share on Wednesday, which beat the analyst consensus estimate of $2.57 by 21.01%.
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8 Stock Catalysts For The Week Ahead
Article By: Benzinga
Sunday, June 28, 2020 6:02 PM EDT
The S&P 500 finished off a difficult week on a low note June 26, after another turbulent week on Wall Street. Here are eight potential catalysts for the week ahead that could move the markets.
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Struggling Macy's Beats Street Estimates With Early Q1 Numbers
Article By: Benzinga
Tuesday, June 9, 2020 4:54 PM EDT
Retail giant Macy’s Inc posted preliminary first-quarter results Tuesday, headlined by a loss of $2.03 per share, better than the $2.33-per-share loss the Street was expecting.
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Macy's: Still Not Out Of Woods
Adam Reynolds 7/13/2020 1:59:33 AM

I've been amazed at $M has done as well as it has considering what a bad time this is for the retail industry.

Macy’s Q1 Was Bad, But The Company Has The Cash To Survive The Current Pandemic
Andrew Armstrong 7/1/2020 9:19:26 PM

While I agree with you for the most part, there will always be a need for retail stores, which by the way, have online sales as well. And some online only stores like #Amazon, have begun to open retail locations. So when it comes to #Macys, yes, we can agree to disagree. By the way, I'm not just bullish on $M but on $AMZN as well.

Macy’s Q1 Was Bad, But The Company Has The Cash To Survive The Current Pandemic
Carol Klein 7/1/2020 9:16:43 PM

So do you and Jonathan Weber think that Macy's is actually worth holding on to? It would takes more than weathering the storm to get me to want to own $M. Do you both expect Macy's to do well after the pandemic? I don't see how it would be possible to do better than it did before.

Macy’s Q1 Was Bad, But The Company Has The Cash To Survive The Current Pandemic
Andrew Armstrong 7/1/2020 8:48:16 PM

I'm bullish on $M. I had almost written them off years ago, when I started clearing out my portfolio of all retail stores. But while countless companies like Sears showed they couldn't change with the changing times, I've been impressed at how Macy's has still managed to hold its own when so many others have failed. If any company can weather the storm and come out the other side stronger, it's #Macys.

Macy's - Take On Recent Events
Old Time Investor 5/31/2020 2:12:21 PM

No one can expect Macy's to do well in this environment. I think they are handling the crisis as well as could be expected. Probably better than most. $M

Dillard's - Is The Worst Over Yet?
Angry Old Lady 5/20/2020 10:14:20 PM

Wait a minute, you think the pandemic was good for the retail industry? #Macy's ($M) can close non-profitable stores when there's no pandemic going on.

Deeper Diagnosis Of Department Store's Survival
PennyWiser 4/30/2020 6:02:31 PM

Also, $M jumped over 20% over my recommended price.

Deeper Diagnosis Of Department Store's Survival
PennyWiser 4/20/2020 5:47:04 PM

Thanks for your appreciation. I have not covered the majority of the stocks except $M. You can check out my post on it over here: talkmarkets.com/.../macys-whats-next-after-the-doom

I reckon a $5 level would be a good entry point in M to enter. As for the rest of the companies, you would need to watch out as I write about that.

Deeper Diagnosis Of Department Store's Survival
FinoSight 4/20/2020 5:40:27 PM

Thanks for the amazing read. I wonder #Macy's $M could face some pressure but with its substantial real asset base could provide a floor to the stock price. What levels do you think should be appropriate to enter and in particular which stocks look attractive, not just with respect to solvency but valuation and moat?

Macy's - Where Are We Headed?
Barry Hochhauser 8/13/2019 12:02:08 AM

The jury is still out for me when it comes to $M. Honestly, I'm surprised the company has done as well as it has.

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