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Discussion in 'Stock Message Boards NYSE, NASDAQ, AMEX' started by StockJock-e, Jun 8, 2017.
Still holding, guys, they're flirting with $300. They just opened a few new stores in Louisiana.
I thought this was a gimmick that would fade, but I guess I was wrong!
Just to let you all know, this thing provided -QUITE- a bit of action today as well as Rocket. It's been upgraded to $420/share recently, and I can see it happening.
The volume in this thing is not very impressive, yet it continues moving up. I am in at a great price so am holding, especially since I'm seeing
a handful of analysts raising the target to the high 300's and even 400 level.
Bump. I think this can stretch to $320.00.
It's been given a 360/share estimate by Wells Fargo.
People who bought this stock when this thread was first made, June 2017 @15$ a share, are sitting pretty.
CVNA has seen a crazy rise, They benefited CRAZY from the pandemic. I would be SELLING.
Think. Pandemic. Everyone bought a new car (or used). It was crazy how many 30-day tags you saw and still see from people who were quite frankly receiving a stable, steady income for perhaps the first time in their lives (via enhanced unemployment). And on top of that, this was one of the only and by far the largest e-commerce platform for used car sales. So they saw a double benefit from the COVID-19 pandemic.
I do see CVNA having long-term application but I do not see it holding anywhere close to this level. As things return to normal, so will their numbers.
Just my 2cents. SELL @300$
-35% Today, -98% YTD.
They have TONS of debt and the new interest rates on said debt could be the nail in the coffin. The super low interest rates are over, people are not buying cars out of a slot machine like in the past. A sign of the times.
THUD is more appropriate.
Carvana Stock Gains Nearly 7% as a Former Bull Moves to the Sidelines -- Barrons.com
12:08 pm ET December 21, 2022 (Dow Jones) Print
Carvana's stock rebounded on Wednesday after losing most of its value this year.
Shares of the online car retailer gained as much as 7%, snapping a three-day losing streak to trade around $4.50. Even after Wednesday's bounce, Carvana's stock (ticker: CVNA) is down nearly 38% over the past month and 98% this year, on pace for its worst year on record, according to Dow Jones Market Data.
The stock's recovery came on the same day as Truist's Naved Khan rating cut to Hold from Buy. Khan's downgrade follows a similar move to the sidelines in the past month by analysts at Needham, Bank of America, and at least two other firms who also formerly held bullish outlooks. It's a wait-and-see game for Wall Street when it comes to the stock; overall nearly 80% of all analysts tracking Carvana on FactSet rate it as Hold.
Khan said his rate cut -much like other analysts- is reflective of the risk to investors from a potential debt restructuring. Reports of Carvana's s largest debtholders, including Apollo Global Management, Pacific Investment Management, and Ares Management, possibly unifying for a debt restructuring have made headlines recently. Binding together will help the creditors prevent fights and streamline negotiations in case of bankruptcy, but such speculations have helped drive Carvana shares to the ground.
Rising interest rates, input costs, and the entry of electric-vehicle maker Tesla (TSLA) into the used-car business have also contributed to this year's selloff. Investors have also been concerned by Carvana's announcements of layoffs and the lawsuits it faces for delays in getting vehicles registered to its customers.
To be sure, Carvana did show $316 million of cash in hand at the end of the third quarter and has nearly $2 billion in committed liquidity, plus roughly $2 billion in real estate assets. "But we believe finding buyers for sale/leaseback transactions to raise capital against its real estate assets will likely take some time to structure," Khan said.
Carvana didn't immediately respond to requests for comments on its plans to sell its real estate assets or Truist's downgrade, but has previously told Barron's that it is not involved in any cooperative agreement among bondholders and has enough liquidity to execute its future plans of profitability. The company posted losses per share for every quarter this year.
The analyst cut his target for the price to $5, down from $50 earlier on Wednesday. The average target price is $13.36.
Khan may have joined the bandwagon of analysts sitting on the sidelines late, but the line is growing nonetheless.
Write to Karishma Vanjani at [email protected].
(END) Dow Jones Newswires
December 21, 2022 12:08 ET (17:08 GMT)
Copyright (c) 2022 Dow Jones & Company, Inc.
Yeah, its up, but look at the 1yr chart
forget the paddles. dead on arrival.
Can you imagine holding from the top all the way down?
Any of you big wheels brave enough to go short? Earnings on the 23rd and it's been on a tear lately. Gentlemen place your bets.
They were written off as dead in December, is there still life?