Best Buy - Chance oder Finger weg?!?

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4606 Postings, 4045 Tage Optionimist2012Best Buy - Chance oder Finger weg?!?

17.01.14 16:00

Best Buy sieht auf den ersten Blick interessant aus. Möchte das Forum gerne zum Meinungsaustausch, Analysen etc. nutzen.

Viele Grüße

4606 Postings, 4045 Tage Optionimist2012aktuell bei 18,86 €

17.01.14 16:02
zu haben...  

689 Postings, 3521 Tage

17.01.14 16:42
Mein Bauchgefühl sagt ehr Finger weg :-/  

2546 Postings, 4377 Tage AktienBabyüberlege auch seit gestern

17.01.14 17:48
empfinde den absturz übertrieben = chance
aber sicher bin ich mir noch nicht zwecks einstieg  

133 Postings, 3601 Tage nistaich warte noch

17.01.14 19:15
geht noch runter  


480 Postings, 3370 Tage otcstarDer Abschlag

17.01.14 19:25
war extrem, gibt aber bald Chancen auf Rebound.,a3634594,b22.html
Kursziele immer noch bei 36 angegeben,a3636068.html

Die wird schon bouncen.Montag ist US-Feiertag
Gute SCheine sind der TB33GX und TB33GW  

45 Postings, 3937 Tage DerMysteriöseklare überreaktion...

18.01.14 12:32
ich gehe auch davon aus das die Aktie wieder steigt, der starke abverkauf hat damit zu tun das das Ergebnis nicht wie erwartet war, die news waren zu früh raus, sodass im Pre-Market soviel abverkauft worden ist und somit dann am folgetag viele SL ausgelöst worden sind..... und am Tag darauf wollten bestimmt viele Altanleger ihre verluste eingrenzen...ich meine wer zu ca 30€ eingestiegen ist, wird da schon zittrige Knie bekommen und versucht seinen VErlust einzugrenzen...30% Abschlag ist ja nicht wenig.....ab Montag gehe ich von steigenden Kursen aus...dann im laufe der nächsten Wochen sehe ich die Aktie bei ca 23-24€....lg und ein schönes Wochenende  

2546 Postings, 4377 Tage AktienBabyam montag kein us handel

18.01.14 13:13

4157 Postings, 7537 Tage Steffen68ffmChance

19.01.14 09:43
Eigentlch sichere 20 prozent. Kann zwar kurzfristig nochnetwas fallen, aber das sind kaufkurse.
Übertriebener abverkauf, technich überverkauft.
Die haben 2 milliarden Cash.  

4606 Postings, 4045 Tage Optionimist2012aktuell bei 18,05

20.01.14 10:06
ich schau mal langsam nach nem Schein auf Best Buy


4606 Postings, 4045 Tage Optionimist2012scheint sich zu stablisieren bei 18€

21.01.14 13:44
wer steigt mit ein?  

622 Postings, 4065 Tage Nr. 5 lebtschnelle 10%

21.01.14 13:52
Ich bin heute morgen mit einer ersten Position rein und warte die US-Vorbörse ab - dann lege ich ggf. noch mal kurzfristig nach.  

2546 Postings, 4377 Tage AktienBabypre high $ 24.76

21.01.14 13:58
bin drin mit 2k  

45 Postings, 3937 Tage DerMysteriöseSehr Interessant....

21.01.14 14:01
Best Buy: Hysteric Sell-Off Offers Buying Opportunity
Jan. 21, 2014 1:46 AM ET |  3 comments |  About: BBY, Includes: JCP
Disclosure: I have no positions in any stocks mentioned, but may initiate a long position in BBY over the next 72 hours. (More...)
Best Buy (BBY) was thrown under the bus over the last two trading days amid weak holiday sales. Best Buy was trading at $37.57 on January 16, 2013 and now, after two trading days, quotes at $24.43: A breath-taking evaporation of 35% of Best Buy's market capitalization. Reason for the slaughter was disappointing retail sales data that was released by the company on January 16 and caught investors off guard. The ensuing market sell-off can without a doubt be characterized as hysteric. Shares of Best Buy were thrown on the market without regard of their intrinsic value and without investors placing the retail sales data into proper context. The chart below shows the force behind last week's mindless sell-off:

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Despite last week's meltdown, shares of Best Buy are still up 59% over the last year. I think that a large part of Best Buy's share collapse last week has happened because many investors are sitting on healthy profits and they use any sign of weakness to secure those profits. The company has achieved an impressive turnaround during 2013 and Best Buy shares returned more than 270% from January to November 2013. Shares have been consolidating since November amid uncertainty about Best Buy's holiday performance.

Many investors probably sold their shares due to stop loss limits to protect their gains which in turn caused a downward spiral in Best Buy's share price. In any case, the market reaction appears to be hysteric and panicky. I compare the Best Buy sell-off to the sell-off in shares of potash firms in July 2013. Both sell-offs came unexpectedly, with extreme force and based on news that carried little information.


Best Buy is an electronics retailer that is in cut-throat competition with companies like Amazon (AMZN) and Wal-Mart (WMT). Both companies have significant economies of scale and are willing to run low-margin business concepts in order to grow the top-line and increase market share. The intense rivalry in the industry caused Best Buy to restructure its business in 2013 by closing unprofitable stores and revamping old ones. And the strategy seemed to pay off: Best Buy provided good comparable store sales data in the third quarter: Comparable store sales increased 0.3% in Q3 2014 compared to a minus of 5.1% in Q3 2013. Domestic comparable store sales increased 1.7% vs. (4.0%) last year. After the company presented third quarter results in November, I have written the article 'Best Buy: Should You Still Buy the Turnaround At $39 Per Share' in which I argued that investors should not pursue an investment in this retailer mainly because of low industry profitability and a comparably high valuation relative to operating profits.

What were the bad news that triggered the recent meltdown?

Best Buy basically presented weaker-than-expected results for the last holiday period. The company posted negative domestic comparable store sales growth of 0.9% compared to 0.0% in the same period last year. Comparable store sales in Best Buy's international segment improved marginally by 0.1% vs. a 10.3% decline last year. Overall, comparable store sales declined 0.8% for the nine weeks ending January 4, 2014 but the decline was not as high as last year's 1.7%. Total revenues for the holiday period declined 2.6% to $11,451 billion compared to $11,751 last year while heavily watched US revenues declined 1.5% to $9.8 billion.

A second point of concern related to Best Buy's expected margin development. Best Buy president and CEO Hubert Joly commented on the intensity of retail competition and the reliance on promotional activities to drive sales growth [emphasis added]:

When we entered the holiday season, we said that price competitiveness was table stakes and an intensely promotional holiday season is what unfolded. In both channels, the promotional intensity that began with Black Friday continued throughout the period, which led us and our competitors to answer one question - do we make the incremental investment necessary to be price competitive and defend our market share? For us, there was only one answer. To advance our Renew Blue transformation, it was imperative that we live up to our customer promises - and one of these promises is to offer our customers competitive prices. This investment in pricing did come with a higher-than-expected cost, and we now estimate our fourth quarter non-GAAP operating income rate will be 175 to 185 basis points lower than last year. However, our price competitiveness combined with our improved customer experience both in-store and online, as demonstrated by a 400 basis point improvement in our Net Promoter Score, resulted in a market share gain in an industry that NPD says declined 240 basis points during the holiday period.

Investors react utterly allergic to declines in comparable store sales data as they immediately seem to detect a major, lasting impact on profitability. J.C. Penney's (JCP) struggle with contracting revenues has overly sensitized investors with respect to comparable store sales growth. What many investors get wrong is that growth isn't linear. There are up- and downs in any data set that can be construed to depict a trend: Unemployment data, inflation rates, GDP growth or store sales growth. Bumps in the road and occasional setbacks are a part of reality and not every minor step backwards translates into a looming company collapse.


Rational investors need to ask this question: Does a less than 1% negative domestic comparable store sales growth rate and a lower margin outlook justify a 35% destruction of equity value? The clear answer is no. It is very likely that the hefty market reaction resulted from a combination of herding behavior, profit taking (partly precipitated by stop loss limits) and hysteria. Speed and force of Best Buy's correction suggest that panic played a key role in it which, to me, is a clear sign that the market exaggerates the implications of the press release outlined above. Investors in the retail space suffer from what I call 'J.C. Penney-paranoia'. J.C. The recent sell-off offers hardened contrarian investors with a stomach for volatility a chance to pick up a leading retailer at a significantly lower valuation and benefit from unreflected herding behavior.  

480 Postings, 3370 Tage otcstarAuf dem Niveau ein klarer Kauf

21.01.14 14:02
alle Bewertungen auch nach den schlechteren verkaufszahlen zu Weihnachten beeinhalten Kurse zwischen 34-36 Dollar.Jetzt stehen wir bei 24,50  

480 Postings, 3370 Tage otcstarSieht gut aus

21.01.14 15:41

Guter Schein zum traden ist der TB33Gx  

4606 Postings, 4045 Tage Optionimist2012Den Schein hab ich

21.01.14 16:42
bei 0,12€ gekauft. Hatte ich ja vorgeschlagen. SL ist drin. Ich warte jetzt ab

4157 Postings, 7537 Tage Steffen68ffmLäuft

22.01.14 20:44
Fängt doch gut an.....  

2546 Postings, 4377 Tage AktienBabygenau steffen

22.01.14 20:51
betonung auf Anfang!  

2546 Postings, 4377 Tage AktienBabyheute wollen sie das

22.01.14 20:53
ding aber scheinbar noch nicht über 26$ steigen lassen ...  

2546 Postings, 4377 Tage AktienBabyhabe mich geirrt,

22.01.14 21:04
ist aber nicht schlimm ..

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480 Postings, 3370 Tage otcstarGanz wichtig über 26.

22.01.14 22:11
Das geht morgen weiter

Genua so kommt es.,a3634594,b22.html

Jetzt Rebound bis 35  

4157 Postings, 7537 Tage Steffen68ffmrichtig

22.01.14 23:24
sehe ich genauso. die haben im verlauf der letzten jahre öfter solche zick zack kurse. nach steilem bergab auch gleich wieder bergauf.
erwarte noch im januar wieder kurse von 30 * Dollar  

480 Postings, 3370 Tage otcstarSelbst nach den Zahlen

22.01.14 23:56
und der Abstufung fairer Wert bei 34-36 Dollar und da wandern wir wieder hin
Deutsche Bank 36 Dollar,a3636068.html
JP Morgan 34,a3635725.html

480 Postings, 3370 Tage otcstarNachbörslich ging es noch

22.01.14 23:57
weiter hoch.Schöne Aussichten für morgen  

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