There is an incredible sale going on in shares of Sears Hometown And Outlet Stores (SHOS). I thought shares were cheap at $28 based on the "asset-light" dealer owned/franchise operating model, and I think the shares are becoming even a better bargain as they trade lower.
Today, the market says SHOS is worth $530 million. I think it is worth considerably more. Consequently, I have begun building a position at sub-$25 prices and will continue to buy shares at these levels or lower, absent any shocking news coming out of the dealer/franchisee meeting occurring this week.
There appears to be an unfair association with investors blindly commingling SHOS with Sears Holdings Corporation (...
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