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Shares of $TGT-0.7% are down more than 27% for the year, and the company pays a pretty nice dividend as well. The stock has been steadily declining for more than a year now, and the Bulios indicator says that $TGT-0.7% stock is currently undervalued by more than 50%.

Do you have $TGT-0.7% stock in your portfolio and if so, at what price are you overbought?

$167.11 -$1.19 -0.71%
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I see an undervaluation of only 32.6%? :) But still, I think it's a good time to buy, so I bought :)

I also see an opportunity here. Otherwise, the fair price must have changed, as I remember that the 50% was really there.

As Kryštof says, unfortunately they are still falling and the latest news even after it was published that they also have losses due to theft, while they have already closed 3 stores, so it is quite possible that we will see more drops.Anyway, I am also watching them and hope that they will improve again, then I would like to take advantage of this slump and buy. 😊

I did read recently that they were going to close about 9 stores, but I don't know if that was true. Otherwise, if the stock drops even more, I would also take advantage of the drop :D.

So it's possible, I've only read about 3 so far, but I wouldn't be surprised if some more are added. I hope they make it, it's otherwise a pretty attractive company and I'd like to buy then too.

I don't, and I'm watching. I was originally going to include it this spring, but I decided I'd rather not for now.

I'm just watching for now.

Somehow I don't feel like the bottom's about to fall out

I don't have Target in my portfolio yet, but I'm keeping an eye on it. I'm still not into it yet, but it won't turn out badly. It took a really big hit last year and is just continuing to fall this year. So far it's still a falling knife...

That's right, stocks are still falling.