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The Gap, Inc. (GPS)

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18.03 -0.24 (-1.31%)
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    Brendan
    People are seriously underestimating the potential of what Yeezy is going to do for Gap. Management is smart enough to treat him well and keep him in their corner. Also, restructuring debt demonstrates that the board is competent. Feel free to drop your opinion, would love to engage
  • S
    Senor
    Should I lock in another 480 shares today??????? Don’t play with me I’ll do it
  • S
    Senor
    Unreal price action.. unless there is some serious cat about to be let out the bag this is a huge buy for the next rough 2years ahead
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    Senor
    Another 20 shares locked in today, adding daily over the next 2 weeks prob
  • M
    MU_AAPL
    Gap is trying to grow into other areas besides apparel. It has started selling stuff like rugs, furniture, plates, bowls, shower curtains, towels, bed sheets and quilts under the brand Gap Home. For now they sell them exclusively at Walmart. Branching out is not a bad idea. Note that Amazon started as an online bookseller and has diversified far far far beyond that.
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    Senor
    Last time I bought go’s down here was in 2016/2017.. it was a no brainer. Took 40%+ profits in under a year wirh 2-3 qtrly divys. Same rules apply but with Kanye collab I see more upside
  • m
    mark
    Thought this would have popped a little on the news….longer we wait 😄
  • T
    Tmatthews
    Gap Launches Gamified NFT Experience Collection On Tezos
    https://xtz.news/nft-news/gap-launches-gamified-experience-nft-collection-on-tezos/
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    shafto
    I heard about GPS the other day on (http://financialdeals.tech). It’s looking like an interesting play.
  • A
    Anonymous
    another dividend will be pay again , GPS will hit $30.00 in this coming up few more month
  • k
    kevin
    Yzy gap balenciaga
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    Stephens
    $SLS conversation
    So many hard hit stocks to invest in
    January will be a huge month for these hard-hit stocks. 10 riskier names to load up on, from JPMorgan.
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  • S
    Senor
    Yzy Gap BalenciagAaaah!!!!
  • R
    Real Immuno Investor 10
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    With such small volume, what would happen if just one fund wanted to pick up 100 or 200k for 2022
    $Gps minimum value 2B, 20x returns with a positive p3.
  • M
    Michael
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    Christmas Challenge to those with Dry Powder. I have none today.
    BUY

    Gap $GPS 100 shares
    Wynn $WYNN 25 shares
    Emerson Electric $EMR 25 shares
    Bloomin Brands $BLMN 100 shares
    CitiBank $C 50 shares
    Dow Chemical $DOW 50 shares
    Oil Gas ETF XOP 25 shares

    Approx 14,000$

    If you do not have at least $16,000 Dec 2022, I will wear a Jets T shirt for one week.

    Mike
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    Paul
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    Nicholas
    If you guys actually took time to read the report, most of the loss is attributed to the restructuring cost (reduced debt which will save $140 million/year with an upfront cost of over $350 million) AKA investing now to save hundreds of millions later. Aside from that, the growth is there in the important core labels. Supply chain held back tremendous sales volume, but we are on the right track of you’re a long-term investor. For all you short term gamblers, have fun pulling your hair out on the speculation of a good report. Give this time and the results with materialize.
  • Y
    Yadav Rocks
    1% less than expectation cannot be penalized so much. Well it was confirmed there is market/consumers, whom theren’t able to deliver because of supply chain issue, so this may change then why penalize 30%
    Market capitalization is lower than revenue and cash flow
    This should be in range mid 20’s
  • U
    Use your brain
    Good thing ALL the Wall Street promoters and CNBC "pros" were touting this thing at $30 earlier this year. Now, like clockwork, they will all "downgrade" at the bottom.
  • S
    Shaggy
    I haven't been in Gap for a while now, though will definitely start a position soon as I have to say this is a gross overreaction to an analyst's downgrade mainly if we look at her history with the stock. Ms. Greenberger who is the MS analyst who lowered the price point from 25 to 20 which supposedly started the collapse. She first started to follow the stock with a sell rating on June 4, 2019, the price was 17.86, she reiterated the sell rating on March 16, 2020 when the price was down to 8.20, though before Covid in February of 2020, the price was still in the low 18's, so if it were not for Covid, most likely that would have been a bad call. Then on April 22, 2020 she upgrades the stock to a Hold, the price is at 6.99, now Hold means Do Not Buy or Accumulate the stock, hold whatever shares you may have foolishly bought against her recommendation. So now fast forward to May 17, 2021, the stock price is at 36.20, a 417% gain in 13 months. Now remember she said not to buy and make 400 plus percent and she said to sell even though prior to Covid the stock actually ticked up, granted not by much. Well Kimberly, since your TipRanks shows you have an average return of 6.4% in market where the averages are up between 25 and 30% I think I may not follow your advice and if other people are doing so, they should possibly research your success rate. Either that or question your motives, are you having your clients buy shares now??