Weber, Inc. Class A (WEBR)

6.67
0.28 4.00
NYSE
Prev Close 6.95
Open 6.75
Day Low/High 6.52 / 7.13
52 Wk Low/High 5.72 / 20.44
Volume 960.21K
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 287.21B
Market Cap 2.04B
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)

This week's earnings focus will be on the retailers with rivals such as Walmart and Target, as well as Home Depot and Lowe's reporting.

The grill maker continues to draw the interest of those who favor shorting the name.

In the case of grill maker Weber, it appears bearish investors are shorting the stock.

It's a decent environment to find situations where market punishment does not fit the crime.

Traeger Inc. and Weber Inc. have disappointed investors as they trade well below their initial public offering prices.

RELL has languished for years, meanwhile the WEBR short rental situation plays out.

The grill maker's stock is down plenty from its peak and is well under its initial offering price of August.

Jerome Powell must be very worried about Omicron and the variant's ability to prolong inflation where it might have started to ebb.

The grill maker's stock is near its IPO price, and the high level of short interest in Weber is an attention-getter.

Here's how aggressive and conservative traders can look at WEBR.

The shares of the initial public offering were priced below their initial expected range but the stock is up nicely from its first-day action.

Semiconductors are used in cars, computers and even high-tech grills. The problem is China's appetite is also insatiable -- and Taiwan is stuck in the middle.