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Well managed. Be careful of timing. Trading at 20x earnings, which is a bit rich for the growth metrics. Are they going to be as popular once we come out of a recession? Consumers will probably gravitate to the higher-end brands.
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PARTIAL SELL
He doesn't own much of this anymore, because their return on assets started to collapse.
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BUY
Consumers are not buying household goods anymore, but experiences. So, there's an excess of inventory. Therefore, the excess retailers are the place to be, including Ollie's Bargain Outlet and TJX. These off-price chains are in a great position to pick up inventory. However, TJX just reported a weak report--disappointing sales, US same-store sales down 5%, dragged down by home goods. However, earnings beat slightly. Then again, they cut their full-year and earnings forecast. He likes TJX a lot, and now it's an opportunity. The conference call was encouraging. Even after this decline, this sells at only 22x earnings. They can add inventory now and make a killing at Christmastime.
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BUY
Wait until they report on Wednesday, then do some buying. They make out like a bandit only when normal retailers need to dump their excess inventory which is happening now.
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DON'T BUY
Likes it, but they have a lot of European exposure, so it's not as trustworthy as it used to be.
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BUY
Ross and TJX benefit from oversupply in retail, and we've seen oversupply in many retail names.
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WATCH
She's surprised that TJX's numbers (and retail) are up. After all, you have to go to their stores to spend; they don't have much e-retailing. She's looking at this as well as luxury clothing retailing. Louis Vuitton is down 25% since the start of February probably because people feel less wealthy than they were. She suspects this feeling extends to the lowest-end customer, too. Retail stocks should be cheap, but those with good balance sheets will be fine.
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BUY
Allan Tong’s Discover Picks Reopening retail stocks have slid lately, so this a buying opportunity. TJX hit $73.78 on May 7 and now trades below $65. One caveat, though, is that TJX’s PE now stands at 52.7x, higher than the sector’s 32.5x. Attribute their PE to high growth expectations, but analysts foresee a forward PE of 22.94x. To be prudent, buy an initial position on a pullback, then see how TJX performs before buying a second tranche. Read 3 Retail Stocks to Buy Now: Ready, Set, Shop for our full analysis.
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SELL
They have done stunningly well over the last 20 years but for a large company it gets increasingly difficult to grow at decent rates, so he is thinking of selling it.
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BUY
They report Wednesday. TJX quietly makes money and this time shouldn't be different.
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BUY
He read an excellent report today on TJX. He recommended selling this way too soon and he's now angry at himself. This will be a monster good stock in the spring reopening.
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DON'T BUY
Covid could be a great long-term opportunity for TJX, because they buy clothes and other products from distressed merchants, but short-term he doesn't see many customers, because they don't sell essential, must-have items during this pandemic. He expects a disappointing quarter. They report next week.
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PARTIAL SELL
He questions how good it is, because it's a retail store. Has good inventory. Doesn't scream higher. He sold some of his shares.
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COMMENT

It has a poor online presence and has the wrong inventory. Its footprint isn't designed for social distancing whereas Costco aisles are so wide you can drive car down them. The stock has been bouncing, helped by getting inventory from dying retailers. This will be in great shape once the pandemic is under control and people can safely shop again. Up 2.5% today on hopeful vaccine news. so the market is impatient.

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DON'T BUY
TJX-N are stores that were doing amazing business prior to the pandemic. It is hard to imagining how they will come back.
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TJX Companies(TJX-N) Rating

Ranking : 4 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 3

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 2

Total Signals / Votes : 5

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On 2022-10-06, TJX Companies (TJX-N) stock closed at a price of $65.09.