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Peloton Interactive, Inc. (PTON)

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  • M
    "we have a very comfortable margin for error. And so it makes the liquidity a nonissue." CEO
    How is this the case when you only have $879 million in cash and lost $750M last quarter alone and $440M the previous one? How are they not bankrupt in 6 months without a huge share dilution?
  • E
    "Over the nine-month period ended March 31, Peloton burned through roughly $1.7 billion in cash, just from its day-to-day operations. That is a huge problem for a company that as of the end of the period had just $966.2 million in cash. The red flags are all there for investors to see in plain view. Inventories are rising, sales are falling, and the cash burn is high. A big danger for investors at this point is that even if the company starts turning things around, it will need to raise cash to do so, likely in the form of share offerings (i.e., dilution)."

    "Even if you like Peloton stock, the safer strategy would be to wait and see if the company can turn things around, find a way to generate sales growth, and slow its cash burn. Buying before that happens could set your portfolio up for a rough ride and potentially lead to devastating losses."
  • K
    An acquisition of PTON will not happen unless they can show real sustainable growth and are profitable.
  • n
    no One
    Very expensive at 12....
  • A
    PTON should offer a free Bike with the purchase of baby formula!
    Inspiring new mothers to get back in shape after their pregnancies!
  • H
    Pssst…Chapter 11 within 11 months.
  • M
    Mr. Mango To You
    Fair warning folks. It is possible for stocks to go to zero.
  • B
    Wow! I just found a site that gives the top stocks to trade every single day for free! (
  • A
    Is there a vaccine for PTON 'longs'?
  • K
    Looking like the $750m is just not enough for PTON
  • S
    Why would anyone think a stationary bike that's been around forever be a good long term investment? Because let's go Peloton? Or because you have to pay to use it after shelling out thousands? No thanks.
  • J
    Price target $5
  • d
    It’s over.
  • M
    Mr. Mango To You
    At least from what I can tell, the more revenue Peleton generates the more money it loses. Seems like a badly broken business model.
  • D
    Dave K
    Peloton’s deficit Ohio factory will now start making a new line of walkers trying to appeal to aging boomers.
  • S
    stock will be halved by next ER. I give the company 18 months before chapter 11. They need to borrow to stay afloat and with increasing interest rates bankruptcy is inevitable. This aint my first rodeo
  • M
    "We used to spend like $200 - $250 of shipping all in on a piece of hardware. Today, it's like north of $900," McCarthy said. They will be selling hardware at a loss. You thought earning were bad this quarter. Blood bath come August ER.
  • K
    Barry Mccarthy thinks focusing on Peloton content with instructors etc rather than on equipment is the path forward to profitability and getting to 100 million subscribers. That may work well in music and podcast for the likes of Spotify and Sirius but I highly doubt the same approach can be applied when it comes to fitness.
  • A
    I am staying far away from PTON - It looks like it is going to drop off a cliff. I actually get way better stocks at (
  • a
    1 Peloton exercise Bike = 140 months of Planet fitness Classic Subscription. Even if PF raises rates , will still be at least 10 years worth of membership.