GNC Holdings Inc (GNC)
$0.55 0.00 (0.00%)
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Market Cap 46.02M
PE Ratio -0.22
Volume (Avg. Vol.)
Day's Range 0.55 - 0.55
52-Week Range 0.38 - 2.42
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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GNC (GNC) has filed for bankruptcy and the company's stock is falling hard as it prepares to close down up to 1,200 stores.
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GNC Holdings Inc's Sell recommendation, which was recently downgraded from a Hold to Sell, is the outcome of a process of analysis that is proprietary and produced results that were above average in 1 area: ranking in the company's industry group that is in the top half; and produced below average outcomes in 5 areas: an economic sector rated below average in attractiveness, an industry group ranked below average in attractiveness, a ranking in its sector group that is in the third quarter, analytical scoring that is near average, and a mathematical computation of risk/reward that is average.
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GNC (GNC) stock was soaring today on news of a $300 million deal with China-based Harbin Pharmaceutical and a new joint venture.
GNC stock is soaring on better than expected fourth quarter numbers, but the huge 50% rally doesn't add up.
Can GNC Holdings survive? The bears have strong arguments against the company, but odds favor a long position for a quick trade.
This year is crucial to GNC Holdings Inc, as the firm's debts come due. Holders of GNC stock are hoping for a sale, but that seems unlikely.
GNC Holdings Inc (NYSE:GNC) is a constituent of the 95 company Specialty Retail GICS industry group, which is part of the 568 company GICS Consumer Discretionary sector. GNC has a market value of $0.3 billion which is in the lower half of its industry group. The current Portfolio Grader ranking for GNC puts it 67 among the 95 companies in this industry group, giving it a lower than average position; squarely in the bottom quartile of the sector with a ranking of 459 among the 568 companies in the sector, and number 3,919 in the nearly 5,000 company Portfolio Grader universe.
A huge debt-load against the backdrop of deteriorating operations makes GNC stock a must-avoid at this time.
Over the past few years, GNC stock has fallen 90%. Competitive pressures make a turnaround for GNC unlikely.
GNC Holdings Inc legitimized the idea of mass-market health supplement sales. The company's approach, however, is no longer relevant.
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GNC Holdings Inc (GNC) stock was down on Thursday following the release of its earnings report for the fourth quarter of 2016.
The vitamin and dietary supplement market in the U.S. is worth almost $50 billion, according to the Nutrition Business Journal. Brick-and-mortar retailers like GNC, The Vitamin Shoppe and Vitamin World have faced an onslaught of competition from big-box retailers like Walmart and Target, grocery stores like Kroger and Whole Foods and e-commerce giants like Amazon.