Based on the aggregated intelligence of 180,000-plus investors participating in Motley Fool CAPS, the Fool's free investing community, electronics retailer RadioShack (NYSE: RSH) has received a distressing two-star ranking.

With that in mind, let's take a closer look at RadioShack's business and see what CAPS investors are saying about the stock right now.

RadioShack facts

Headquarters (Founded) Fort Worth, Texas (1899)
Market Cap $725.8 million
Industry Computer and electronics retail
Trailing-12-Month Revenue $4.5 billion
Management CEO James Gooch (since 2011)
CFO Dorvin Lively (since 2011)
Return on Equity (Average, Past 3 Years) 19.3%
Cash/Debt $667.7 million / $666.4 million
Dividend Yield 6.9%
Competitors Amazon.com
Best Buy
Wal-Mart

Sources: S&P Capital IQ and Motley Fool CAPS.

On CAPS, 45% of the 805 members who have rated RadioShack believe the stock will underperform the S&P 500 going forward.

Earlier this week, one of those Fools, tompiarulli, succinctly summed up the bear case for our community:

Over the short term there it could go up a bit, simply because its taking such a pounding some might consider it undervalued.

In my opinion it would take a miracle to keep RadioShack going for another 10 years. They have failed to evolve as their competitors have, and even those competitors (like Best Buy) are in serious trouble from companies like Amazon. It may die a slow, painful death, but I don't see RadioShack going anywhere but down over the long term.

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