Extremely promising once automakers figure out the software issues surrounding the use of LIDAR - lots of delays to them making it into production cars. I just bought a couple shares today as a reminder staring directly at me in my portfolio to watch this closely.
I was early on this one- bought it right around the spac date, can't remember if I made money or not (I switched brokerages so I lost a lot of historical data), but with the price down here perhaps it's worth revisiting. Thanks for putting this one back in my radar!
Many don’t realize the famed Vegas strip buildings are mostly leased… the casinos don’t own the structures. Vegas is RED HOT right now with F1, a new NFL stadium, the Super Bowl, a Major League Baseball team coming, potentially an NBA team and the insanely awesome new MSG Sphere opening next month. I’ll do a further analysis of $VICI later, but I love it at this price (& dividend) as they own the majority of the Vegas Strip - one of the most valuable pieces of real estate in The World.
As I’ve posted about multiple times, set a limit order for $15… but then didn’t want to be greedy. I’m perfectly happy with a 30% gain - way to go Vital! Let’s see how the market treats the stock again before next earnings release.
My Argument for $VITL This Week“Don’t Chicken Out” (VIDEO)
I’m trying something new and will start giving arguments for stocks via video. I’ve brought up $VITL Vital Farms many times before here and really believe earnings this Thursday will be fantastic. Have a watch and give me your thoughts! https://youtu.be/v25S8785GJo
Same old story with this one, so I’ll gladly make the same old trade. A seriously disrespected stock with full year revenue guidance that is out of this world - why so much hate?! At lowest level of the year, scoop this up now, because it will spike at next quarterly earnings call.
Q1 revenue was close to half of the implied growth for the year. EBITDA for Q1 is also close to half of full-year guidance. $VITL is selling a premium product and we're still operating in a challenging macro environment.
This trade was definitely not a loss… this was actually pure profit from a previous sale a year or two ago. But even so, the cost basis was less than the share price - @commonstock any ideas why it would show as a loss?