BJ's Restaurants Q3 Earnings: A Great Quarter Is Still Not Enough


  • BJ's Restaurants reported robust financial results for the third quarter of the company's 2022 fiscal year on October 20th.
  • Although this was great for investors, and it points to a potentially brighter future, it's not enough to make the company a clear purchase.
  • Despite BJRI shares being cheap, the company's historical volatility, including some weakness seen this quarter, suggests limited upside unless the picture changes.
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BJ"s Restaurant and Brewhouse


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BJ's Restaurants Historical Financials

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BJRI Q3 Financials

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BJRI revenue and EBITDA

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BJRI Stock Trading Multiples

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