Ruby Tuesday Inc. (RT)

2.40
0.01 0.42
NYSE : Consumer Services
Prev Close 2.39
Open 2.40
Day Low/High 2.39 / 2.41
52 Wk Low/High /
Volume 3.36M
Avg Volume 1.14M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 61.19M
Market Cap 146.86M
EPS -1.80
P/E Ratio N/A
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)
I'm Dishing on Restaurant Stocks

I'm Dishing on Restaurant Stocks

From Domino's to Cosi, a look at how the sector is doing.

What's the Opposite of Shake Shack? Why, It's Ruby Tuesday

What's the Opposite of Shake Shack? Why, It's Ruby Tuesday

One is priced for perfection, the other for the scrap heap.

How Are Restaurants Faring?

How Are Restaurants Faring?

It's been a mixed bag since the sector tanked earlier this week.

Dear Ruby Tuesday: Say Goodbye to Company-Owned Land

Dear Ruby Tuesday: Say Goodbye to Company-Owned Land

Struggling chain could use proceeds to fund a turnaround.

Dumpster Diving for Stocks Can Turn up Some Real Stinkers

But sometimes it just takes patience, and a bit of work, to make them smell sweet.

Change With Every New Day, Ruby Tuesday

The restaurant chain is positioning itself well for a brand makeover, with a strong balance sheet and a willingness to divest poorly performing assets.

Good Buy: Ruby Tuesday

The eatery is down some 90% in 10 years, making it a potential value.

Is It Time to Say Goodbye to Ruby Tuesday?

Chain needs a reboot (and a new name) amid the stock's 20% YTD drop.

4 Small-Caps with Big Losses So Far in 2016

Finish Line, Vonage and others have had a tough few days.

Ruby Tuesday: Good Food, Not Sure About the Stock

The restaurant clearly needs a turnaround, but will it make it?

Shake Shack Valuation Seems Perplexing

The restaurant group has great potential, but the stock is ahead of the story.

Goodbye Ruby Tuesday; Short It on a Close Below $5.10

These charts do not look appetizing and the stock could become less than semiprecious if the decline continues.

What to Watch Thursday: Investors Hungrily Eye Domino's Pizza Earnings

What to Watch Thursday: Investors Hungrily Eye Domino's Pizza Earnings

For Thursday October 8, TheStreet awaits quarterly results from Domino's Pizza (DPZ), Ruby Tuesday (RT) and Alcoa (AA).

What to Watch in the Week Ahead: Investors Await PepsiCo Earnings

What to Watch in the Week Ahead: Investors Await PepsiCo Earnings

For the week of October 5, TheStreet awaits earnings results from PepsiCo (PEP), Yum! Brands (YUM), Monsanto (MON), Constellation Brands (STZ), Alcoa (AA) Domino's Pizza (DPZ) and more.

5 Stocks I Would Sell Right Now

For specific fundamental reasons, I would bet against these stocks.

The Week Ahead

We get back to work with a busy week for economic data.

Dining for Dollars

Dining for Dollars

What do the charts say about Zoe's and Ruby Tuesday?

Massive Selloff Across the Board; Dow Jones Down 334 Points

Massive Selloff Across the Board; Dow Jones Down 334 Points

Broad selloff on Wall Street Thursday. The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 330 points. Renewed concerns about weakness in Europe's economy weighed on stocks.

Costco Beats Estimates; Ruby Tuesday Looks to Buck Trend

Costco Beats Estimates; Ruby Tuesday Looks to Buck Trend

Costco and Ruby Tuesday report earnings Wednesday morning.

Major Markets Close Sharply Lower; Dow Industrials Drop 272 Points

Major Markets Close Sharply Lower; Dow Industrials Drop 272 Points

A sell-off on Wall Street Tuesday extended losses into a second straight session. All the major markets lost more than 1.5%.

Ruby Tuesday price target lowered at UBS

Darden in the Spotlight

Watch these key levels to halt or slow the earnings-spurred move.

Price Paid vs. Value Received

Only 11 stocks on the 52-week low list stand out right now.

The Day Ahead: Futures Dim on Data, Fed

Micron soars in premarket trading.

Consumer Discretionary Underweighted

Tepid jobs and economic growth is a burden.

Ruby Tuesday, Darden in the Spotlight

Charts suggest a struggle for bulls on RT and DRI.

Soft-Goods Sellers Have a Hard Landing

The earnings disappointments are rolling in.

Yellen Boosts Futures

Yellen Boosts Futures

President Obama will reportedly nominate U.S. Federal Reserve Vice-Chair Janet Yellen to replace Ben Bernanke.

The Week Ahead: A Fog of War

This shutdown-induced uncertainty should make for a bumpy ride

The Day Ahead: Analyzing a Blowup

I fell susceptible to paralysis by analysis.