|Day Low/High||82.55 / 86.47|
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I'd take the terrific, dominant e-retailer with a crushed stock that's run by a current Chewy guy any day of the week.
Here's what the latest charts and indicators tell us about shares of the online pet emporium.
Plus, a look at the unnatural reaction to higher consumer prices of the yield curve and equity markets.
The fact is this is not the 'crappy' company that it has been made out to be.
How long have we cried out in the wilderness with no one listening? Finally, perhaps, a champion has risen from the depths.
With inflation on many investors' minds, the May Consumer Price Index will provide important clues as the U.S. economy continues to reopen.
I've got a game plan that could make this once-fading brick-and-mortar video game business the only game in town.
Spending on pets has been steadily increasing, rising over 500% between 1994 and 2020. The question now is whether Chewy or PetMed Express is better for dividend seekers.
With George Sherman out as CEO, everything, including every mistake, is now on Ryan Cohen.
We have crypto worshippers, false idols and those who believe selling can equal betrayal.
How can a company's stock be hostage to its own shareholders to do the job that the company can't?
Will the customers using the service now stick with Chewy going forward? I think they will.
There's an undercurrent that will grow over time, basically what tailwinds from the pandemic will stay with us after the pandemic's over.
The main story unfolded along with the passing hours on Monday, and continues. The ending of this tale perhaps remains far from untold.
Would I buy the stock here? No. Would I short the stock here? No. Short interest is way too high.
Be patient and wait for strong signs of a bottom.
Right now the newfound prevailing wisdom is clobbering the old kind and those who cling to the latter are destined to be run over.
You can listen to the haters on Twitter and Reddit, or you can see what I've been doing since 1979: trying to help the average Joe make some money.
The most important thing if you are a GameStopper is that you have to ponder how Unity is worth $29 billion and Activision is worth $79 billion.
It is time for the rebels who infiltrate every aspect of this market to try to recognize teaching from tyranny.
There was plenty of idiotic behavior to go around amid the recent short squeeze frenzy, but it doesn't appear to reach the level of illegality.
It's just a question of how high or low the stock can go.
The new crowd wants to know how companies are helping the helpless and saving the environment -- and here's why that matters.
The virtual work force, online shopping and a love of pets are not going to go away even after the coronavirus abates.
While there may be some changing trends in pet related retail, this firm certainly benefited from the pandemic.