Xpresspa Group Inc (XSPA)
$1.84 0.07 (3.66%)
17:01 EDT XSPA Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $1.91
Market Cap 49.01M
PE Ratio -1.35
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 1.76M
Day's Range 1.83 - 1.89
52-Week Range 0.05 - 5.74
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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XpresSpa had a clever idea to cope with the economys' collapse, but investors in XSPA stock are waiting for action to justify their bets.
XSPA stock soared as the company pivoted to in-airport coronavirus testing. But even if the pivot works, it's unclear what comes next.
If you had doubts about XSPA stock when it was more expensive, that's understandable. Today, though, the shares trade at a discount price.
XpresSpa has refused to release any information about the financial performance of its testing business. That's a very bad sign for XSPA stock.
By Joel Baglole
XPresSpa is having an identity crisis that is impacting its stock price. Investors should avoid this penny stock until the company figures out a sustainable long-term business plan and decides if it will run airport spas or disease testing and vaccination centers going forward. Until then, buying shares of XSPA is too risky and speculative.
XSPA stock is having a terrific year. Bullish investors believe it can turn into a viable resource for Covid-19 testing. That's a questionable assumption.
XpresSpa Group (XSPA) earnings for the health and wellness company's second quarter of 2020 have XSPA stock soaring higher after-hours Wednesday.
It popped and then dropped, but that won't necessarily be the endgame for contentious yet promising XSPA stock.
With so many variables impacting XSPA stock, it’s difficult to know where the airport health and wellness center will end up. To get some clarity, investors should look at the math.
Penny stocks will always be risky. That said, with the huge disconnect we’re seeing in the markets, now may be a time to gamble.
By Alex Sirois
Right now, XSPA stock doesn't make sense under any scenario. Speculative investments continue, but nothing is redeeming XpresSpa long-term.
XpresSpa has a loaded balance sheet and tough business. That's why XSPA stock has been so volatile lately. Is that volatility worth buying?
While penny stocks carry a high degree of risk, they could be a good place to look for value in today's market for investors that are willing to make short-term trades. These seven have potential catalysts on the horizon that make them worth considering.
How did XpresSpa, on the verge of bankruptcy, raise $48 million from investors with its surprising coronavirus plan? And should prospective XSPA stock holders stay away?
With air travel and consumer spending still nowhere near pre-coronavirus levels, XSPA stock is a risky idea, to put it mildly.
XSPA stock can't be considered anything more than a speculative stock because the firm's future plans are flimsy at best.
Say what you will about XpresSpa (NASDAQ:XSPA) pivoting from one business model to another but the future of XSPA stock depends on it.
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