Gaming and Leisure Properties, Inc's Potential Buyout of Isle of Capri Is a Triple Win For Investors
The gaming REIT business model looks promising with a potential buyout coming for Isle of Capri Casinos.
Insider activity in spinoff situations such as Lands' End provide a treasure of information for investors to utilize.
Lululemon's stock decline had been predicted two months ago because of poor competitive positioning in a maturing market and the first-quarter conference call validated this argument.
The default notice issued by Caesars creditors has multiple implications for shareholders.
The pro-gaming legislation and high entry barriers will provide huge profits for Penn National Gaming.
A hedge fund's recent activist move in Pinnacle Entertainment increases the stock's upside potential.
Penn National Gaming's stock has stagnated since it's spinoff, but compared to peers, it presents an interesting opportunity.
Caesars casino transfer does not help it's solvency problem. What does that mean for its forthcoming earnings report?
Sears' recent spinoff of Lands' End has large upside potential for both companies.
Sotheby's is positioned perfectly for growth in emerging markets and increased wealth disparity.
Dubai's demographics provide insight on the potential profitability of Six Flags' newest park.
Lululemon's lack of a competitive advantage for it's premium pricing products will force gross margins to decline as the woman's athletic apparel market matures.
Shutterflies future results should look better once investments in operating expenses pay off.
Given the companies internal projections, its stock is priced for perfection.
Sirius has provided great top-line growth and profit margins over the past couple of years.
Disney's generous valuation makes it a precarious investment since goodwill and intangibles are 43% of total assets.
The competitive pressure on Barnes & Noble has been exasperated by the companies financial reporting manipulation.
Carnival's financial results are in rough waters as profitability ratios continue to slide.
Staple's cash flow and liquidity decrease may put the breaks on the cash dividend and share buyback program.
Penn National Gaming remains undervalued since completing its spinoff.