Bed Bath & Beyond (NASDAQ: BBBY) is the January 2021 stock of the month. These are stocks that I think have a good chance of beating the S&P 500 over the next 5 to 10 years.
Bed Bath & Beyond sells an assortment of domestic merchandise and home furnishings, which operates under the names, such as Bed Bath & Beyond, Harmon, buybuy BABY and Cost Plus World Market.
With a coronavirus vaccine currently in distribution, the theme lately has been about the “reopening stocks”. As I scrutinized stock of the month candidates that will benefit the most from the vaccine, it was difficult to find any whose stock prices were still reasonably priced.
Bed Bath & Beyond stock fits the bill. As of Friday’s close (1/15/2021), BBBY stock closed at $25.60, down 68.3% from it’s all-time high of $80.82.
In this video, I first discuss why I’m bullish on Bed Bath & Beyond. Then I share my game plan for investing in Bed Bath & Beyond stock.
This is also going to be my final stock of the month pick as I pursue creating other content. But you can still see all of my past picks and results here.
Find out why I like BBBY stock now.
NOTE: This article was originally published on January 18, 2021. The article was updated on January 19, 2021, to add the video.
KEY STATS (AS OF 1/15/2020)
Share Price: $25.60
Shares Outstanding: 121.2M
Market Cap: $3.1B
Total Current Assets: $3.96B
Total Current Liabilities: $2.71B
Current Ratio: 1.46
Cash and Cash Equivalents: $1.46B
Long Term Debt: $1.19B
Revenues (latest quarter): $2.62B
Net Loss (latest quarter) $75.44M
SHOULD I BUY THIS STOCK?
Bed Bath & Beyond stock could be a good addition to a portfolio that wants exposure to:
- Specialty Retail
- Small-Cap Blend
Be sure to do your own research and determine if BBBY stock is a good stock for your portfolio.
HOW MUCH OF THIS STOCK SHOULD I BUY?
Here are some portfolio guidelines we Wolves try to live by:
- Thou shalt not hold more than 35% in any one particular sector
- Thou shalt not invest more than 10% of principal into one individual stock
- Thou shalt make small purchases. The general rule of thumb is to spend no more than 2% of your portfolio on a single purchase and build up your position over time.
These portfolio guidelines have helped me tremendously through my 20+ years of investing.
I/we own shares of BBBY
Except for Wolves of Investing, I/we are not receiving any compensation from and do not have any business dealings with any companies whose stocks are discussed in this article.
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