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Stride, Inc. (LRN)

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36.02+0.99 (+2.83%)
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    cry
    Will choke on earnings. Mgmt will lie to your face, but truth is, earnings will be dismal. All students around the country are Zoom fatigue. No parent wants their kid virtual for another year. Don't be fooled
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    Jerry
    Nice to see over $35 again. I listened to the last earnings call and gives me confidence to hold for now. They said in a round about way that a lot of uptake on Fall enrollment. They aren't giving guidance now but said they will guide during the next earnings because they will have a better understanding of where things are/etc. I am good with just holding this and see where things go. I know rumours before of a potential take over... See that as very possible personally.
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    cry
    20 soon
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    Jerry
    Beat on both revenue and earnings for this last quarter.
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    Shaggy
    Alec, absolutely no news anywhere, this is now back to its price of June 18th. More than likely the big money boys ran the price up and now are dumping it, they will buy back in once they drop it sufficiently to run it back up. Has been happening across all companies and sectors, though each run up seems to be a little higher thus the markets going up to new records.
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    Alec
    Why the sudden dip today?
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    richard
    I enrolled my two kids in K12 public schools. Not because of Covid-19, but because schools can’t figure out what they are doing or how to teach online. Absolutely impressed so far and K12 and it has not formally started yet. Responsive, good curriculum, and they know how to teach online. Face it, school these days is 50% baby sitting and 50%, if you are lucky learning. Now kids can work for 5 hr a as and follow it up with Xbox.
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    richard
    I buy a little more every 10% drop. Average price to educate 1 child in the US is $12K (census). K12 can do it for a lot less and schools partner with them to deliver education, that is state funded. Market cap is low and it is easy to move this stock. Probably headed a little lower with vaccine news. Long term it is undervalued IMHO. Find a price you like and start buying in small chunk.
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    richard
    I am still buying. Investing both my kids and my money. Kids are loving the K12 experience and don’t want to go back to in person school next year. We could care less about covid; still attending all kids sports. It is all about the school system’s inability to teach in a dynamic environment. And Nate understands how to apply process to the broken system, which is public schools.
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    Allen
    on the Laura Ingraham show, Washington DC is going all virtual along with six or seven other large schools in the nation. and these are just the ones we hear about. I am starting to believe the Analyst that one has said the stock should double and the other one said go up by 150%. other than the Pharmaceuticals stocks, what else are you going to put your money in when that things are going to go down?
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    Ape
    Schools are changing forever. New world and agree this should be $100
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    Alec
    I wonder if it was a short attack or sell off. This company seems to have a great outlook
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    Jo
    Good value here with $LRN. Company is committed to buying back shares. Great growth opportunities and increased funding for education. Stock is trading at 2014 levels, yet revenue is forecasted to be up 50%. I own a lot already but thinking about adding to my position. $LRN has the most effective k-12 digital curriculum and constantly improving it and expanding into other educational areas.
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    Yahoo Finance Insights
    Stride is down 6.11% to 31.50
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    Gabor
    How do you think the company's outlook will change if the vaccine, hypothetically, comes as early as fall?
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    Christian
    This is easily a $50 stock in today's market, maybe more if you compare it to some of the other online education stocks. Let's hope people pick up on its value over the course of the year.
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    Anonymous
    Been watching this for a bit. When it hit 23, it felt like my opportunity to buy cheap Jan calls. This stock appears to be hilariously undervalued right now. I think the market is a tad too euphoric right now, especially with how they're dumping money into "recovery" stocks. I think reality will creep in soon and sentiment changes fast these days.

    The vaccines aren't a silver bullet and there will be problems with deployment and getting people to go and get them. Not to mention that Covid probably has already mutated into multiple strains, which will significantly cut the effectiveness of the vaxes. Plans rarely unfold as smoothly as expected. I probably should've waited until Friday or Monday, for perhaps a lower price, but I like this a lot.
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    IPO_Maniac
    Citron's technique. Buys LRN at $32, inform newsletter subscribers for a couple of days. Then pump it on tweeter for everyone to see. Stock shows up as a daily mover everywhere that robonhood kids follow. He makes his 25% gain and then exits. It's a win-win for him. Is it ethical? LRN was moving nicely from $22 without his pump.
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    vikesmoney
    The problem is that the company has been so quiet, that we have no idea as to new contracts and how much we are benefiting from this monumental switch in education occurring right now because of the pandemic. We should be benefiting tremendously from the switch to home schooling, however, by not giving us any information, we can not evaluate the proper valuation for the company. Has anyone spoke with investor relations to find out why they are not keeping us informed? I am at work but will contact them this evening.
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    Jeff
    Great stock for a short squeeze. Underlying value is 35+. Very little risk.