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Bed Bath & Beyond: No Squeeze Is Coming, So Why Hold It?

Apr. 04, 2021 11:25 AM ETBed Bath & Beyond Inc. (BBBYQ)5 Comments


  • BBBY remains elevated after a short squeeze saw shares rocket higher.
  • To my eye, the stock is fully valued on 2024 earnings.
  • With a full valuation and a much reduced short percentage, BBBY is uninteresting.

Bed Bath & Beyond in Victorville, California
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Home goods retailers have been all the rage since the worst of the pandemic ended right at a year ago. We can see below that one of the OGs - Bed Bath & Beyond

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Comments (5)

rjm22 profile picture
I sold out during the pump at $35 and $50 and do not see any reason to buy back in for now. Maybe if it falls to the low $20s.

Its difficult for me to distinguish between one time covid benefits and the beneficial changes made.

An argument can be made that there will be less consumer buying in the home space as things return to normal with fewer people working from home.
this guy is paid small fee to right articles. his timing is wrong just about on every trade. bbby great investment and going higher over time. cant wait.
I just visited my local store and the branded strategy is in full roll out. Very impressed with the initial remodel as well. Management is making it happen. The price will eventually reflect this...it doesn’t yet.
Lazy article
Monkeybrainsfriend1 profile picture
Well then, this article is like no news is good news, not much meat on my lamb chop on this fine Easter morning as well... as whats up "cuz" with BBBY....pretty sure I read something, someplace at sometime recently soon, last 18 months to give Tritton the Titan three years...so I am still counting 1, 2, 3, 538, 539, 540 days at the helm....at $5.60 per share average cost in my holdings and today's price off, $28.92 I can currently afford to hold for another 18 months. ATS-Denver
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