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JCP closed Friday trading at $9.86, down 2.8% with IV30™ at 60.7%. The Symbol Summary is included below.
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An investment in JCP is not one on the company it is but on a hope of the company it can become. The stock is down 60% in two-years and the fundamental measures don't have good, but they certainly have bad and downright, unbridled, ugly.
If the firm recovers, what a mighty victory for the firm (and longs). The road to relevance will be a difficult one. It's time to start "reading" and start "seeing."
Before we get too far into the analysis, here's one chart with net income % on the x-axis and gross margin % on the y-axis. We can see there's JCP and SHLD... and everybody else.
Here's the two-year stock return chart.
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So basically... terrible...
Total Revenue (TTM)
JCP revenue (ttm) has fallen from a high of over $20B to now ~$12B.
Gross Margin %
Gross margins have fallen from 40% to 30%, though they have recovered from a low of 27.94%
Gross Margin % (Comp to Peers)
I suppose the silver lining here is... There is one firm with worse gross margins, and that would be SHLD... and no one else.
Net Income (TTM)
We saw some bad, but this is the beginning of ugly... JCP net income (ttm) has dropped from #1.2B to now a loss of $1.4B (negative $1.4B). Losses did reach an all-time low of $2B in a trailing twelve month period a couple of quarters ago.
Net Income Margin % (Comp to Peers)
The above chart was ugly... this is hideous. JCP net income margin % is worse than any other retail North American retail department store. There's JCP... and everyone else.
Unlevered Free Cash Flow / Total Revenue
As earnings go, so go free cash flow... Just like the prior scatter, JCP shows the absolute worst free cash flow/ total revenue of any retail department store in North America.
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