Today, analysts Austin Smith and Andrew Tonner discuss how cheap RadioShack looks right now. The company's current assets less its liabilities are actually more than its market cap, a key sign for value investors. While it certainly seems cheap enough to be a value play, Austin feels like this is a turnaround story that's always around the next corner. Ultimately, the company may not be as cheap as it seems, and its push towards mobile, while keeping the company relevant with the times, has also destroyed margins and has little competitive advantage.
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