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ReplyPravchaw - 1 year ago
Could you please add back interest_expense and interest_income series to interactive chart. I'd like to construct a customized series for cash return - http://news.morningstar.com/classroom2/course.asp?docId=145100&page=10&CN=
Jeffrey May
ReplyJeffrey May - 1 year ago
Current market price (59.35) showing that the market expects ONLY a 2% growth of BBBY's TTM EPS for the next 45 years (discounted 10%)... really?!
ReplyChentao1006 - 1 year ago
ReplyChentao1006 - 1 year ago
Daniel Seens
ReplyDaniel Seens - 1 year ago
hahahah...that;s definitely not what we're talking about.

Our investment philosophy is consistent with that of Benjamin Graham in that we are seeking investments that offer safety of principal and exceptional returns.

When coverage is added on a company, we run it through a series of 7 "safety-first" screens. Only when a business passes these screens, or at least most of them, will it offer sufficient safety to qualify for investment. To read more about the screens please visit our website: www.seensco.com

ReplyGurufocus - 1 year ago
ReplySvartholm - 1 year ago
What's a safety-first screen? :) (BBBY actually sells a product called "safety 1st screen door saver" but i'll assume that's not what you're talking about)
Daniel Seens
ReplyDaniel Seens - 1 year ago
Long-term earnings are well intact, great fundamentals, minimal balance sheet risk, and passes 6 of 7 "Safety-First Screens."
ReplyAshimkar - 1 year ago
What is so exciting about this? Insiders are selling....
Daniel Seens
ReplyDaniel Seens - 1 year ago
Thanks for this one Mr Market!

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