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Bullboard - Stock Discussion Forum Reitmans Ltd. V.RET

Alternate Symbol(s):  RTMAF | RTMNF | V.RET.A

Reitmans (Canada) Ltd is an apparel retailer based in Canada. Its main business is the sale of ladies' specialty apparel to consumers. The product offering comprises Tops, Bottoms, Dresses, Coats and Jackets, Blazers, Lingerie and Sleepwear, among others. It also sells accessories such as Scarves, Bags, Belts, Sunglasses and others. The company operates an e-commerce website shopping for all its banners. Some of its revenue sources are from the sale of merchandise, customer loyalty award programs and sale of gift cards.

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RE:RE:RE:RE:Can we fire this dogsht management or what

Good point - I bought more in the mid 80's a few days ago and I can't put anymore in. Right now, there's no link with the fundamentals or intrinsic value calculations / FCF cash flows, it...read more
@ the Bell: Markets across the globe see red
Canada’s main stock index was down by triple digits come Wednesday’s close, amid losses in the energy, base metal, and technology sectors. Telecom and industrials moved higher. ... read article.

RE:RE:RE:Can we fire this dogsht management or what

Well we can fix this. I just bought another 9000 RET.A at .79 and .80  Don't look a gift horse in the mouth.  BUY all you can  rate and reply

RE:RE:Can we fire this dogsht management or what

It's almost like they just don't care. Steven owns half the voting shares. If insiders bought a measly 100,000 shares COMBINED at market, share price might triple with this low flot and low...read more

RE:Can we fire this dogsht management or what

Stephen Reitman deserves to have his a$$ kicked for his complete disregard for minority shareholders. I don't care how hated retail stocks are at the moment, the valuation is grossly cheap. And...read more

Can we fire this dogsht management or what

6 straight months of bleeding ,,, lol we haven't even started the recession yet,,, lol how low can this even go,,, we should pool together and perform a mutiny on the boss man   rate and reply
@ the Bell: Caps on Russian oil not enough for the TSX
Following a new round of restrictions announced at a meeting of G7 leaders capping prices on the sale and purchase of Russian oil, Canada’s commodity-heavy main stock index came out of the gate... read article.

RE:RE:RE:Clearing the air around Buybacks

#goreitmans ,,, only issue is liquidity bro,,, this stonk already has super low volume so buying back shares would further reduce liquidity lol,,, I honestly think monkey would run this company better...read more

RE:RE:Clearing the air around Buybacks

If I was CEO the stock wouldn't be under a buck, head office would be small, nimble and spending 40% of their time in the trenches.  With a SIB bringing share count to 30M shares and costing ...read more

RE:Clearing the air around Buybacks

Part of the difference will be that Roots strikes me as a very well run company that cares to communicate with their shareholders and they actively try to increase shareholder value.  RET is a...read more

Clearing the air around Buybacks

Some investors believe a company can not buyback shares or issue a dividend during a quarter if there was a lost and there is debt.  This is generally not true.  example: The Bank of...read more

Volume update - Stifel seller done last week

I wanted to look at volumes yesterday as there was a heavy amount off-exchange.  There were 300K shares that were solid from BMO -> BMO.  The way I read that is that BMO was just using...read more

RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Q1 ,,,

Yup, I know what it is, my curiousity lies in whether it was to an extent to be beyond the norm for the industry as part of the restructuring, offering downside protection.  I don't think the...read more

RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Q1 ,,,

ty  rate and reply
Buzz on the Bullboards: Another summer of uncertainty?
In times of uncertainty in the markets, investors tend to focus on more consistent plays.Not all investors are basking in summer vacations and backyard barbeques. For those who are still plugged... read article.

RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Q1 ,,,

This is called percentage rent and is standard in the retail industry. Landlords pick up base rent plus a percentage of sales when it exceeds a certain threshold. It's not new for RET, however...read more

RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Q1 ,,,

Page 8 bro,,, on their latest Q1 report    increased store operating costs due primarily to an increase in store personnel wages, higher digital media advertising spend, and higher...read more

RE:RE:RE:RE:Q1 ,,,

"leases are tied to sales," Could I ask where you got that from?  Would like to read up on it if it is the case. Ty  rate and reply

RE:RE:RE:RE:Q1 ,,,

"I'm the troll? Keep selling your shares and i'll see you at $5 by Christmas." $5... do you believe in the tooth fairy too?  Maybe stick your RET shares under the pillow along...read more

RE:RE:RE:RE:Q1 ,,,

Honestly men Stop yelling we on the same team #goreitmans ,,, I was sayin why they can't buy back shares atm and how Q1 was rough on the balance sheet,,, I am not selling shares atm I just bought...read more

RE:RE:RE:Q1 ,,,

You are clueless kid! You left the $40M in cash out of your equation. $200M in book value, $100M in working capital (short term assets minus short term liabilities), and positive operating cash flow...read more

RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Q1 results

Most volume on RET happens off exchange on alternative trading platforms, so you won't see the volumes all reported on the TSX itself.  There's some market makers monkeying around in...read more

RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Q1 results

"I'm kind of surprised shares didn't pop a bit more - I'm responsible for like 50% of the volume today as I'm still picking up in the $1.03-1.04 range" From what I can see...read more