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Casey's General Stores, Inc.

CASYNASDAQ

213.08

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23.42P/E
22Forward P/E
1.13P/E to S&P500
7.937BMarket CAP
0.66%Div Yield
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I'm looking at $MUSA, $CASY, and $TA. The consumer seems to have no problem increasing their spending at gas stations/convenience stores and all 3 beat on earnings. If $LEVI pulls back to $18.40 or so I will buy more $LEVI as well. I am much more bullish on the consumer than most thou. The consumer seems to be increasing their spending on smaller ticket items and reducing their spending on large ticket items.

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I invest in CASY pizza

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CASY is underrated AF.

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CASY. Casey gas stations are the best, I drive Uber as a side gig so I spend a lot of time at the pump and Casey's are always the cleanest gas stations, have the best food offerings and the best rewards program. I freaking love Casey's and own them in my portfolio simply because I like the company and I honestly have no idea if the stock is actually a good value, but it has out performed the market during this downswing so that's a plus.

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$CASY - convenience stores/gas stations

$LEVI - clothing

$WNC - Trailers & Equipment

$GT - Tires

$MAT - Consumer Discretionary/Toys

$HOG - Motorcycles

These are a few that I own. I prefer small caps over Blue Chips as these stocks have sold off more than the Wal-marts, Targets, Fords, and Coca-Cola's. Everyone listed is profitable. $LEVI, $WNC, $HOG, and $CASY pay a dividend as well.

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You guys are looking at it the wrong way, look at sectors that are up not down, what stocks are currently sky rocketing??? Gas stocks like MUSA,CASY etc and were talking massive spikes just within the last 6 months, it's likely that when the market begins to cool off that these stocks will plummet from their bubbles just as tech stocks did. It's just common sense people buy high...sell low

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CASY

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CASY

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Did anyone play CASY earnings today?

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CASY 180 tomorrow please?

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Did anyone play CASY earnings today?

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CASY to the moon!

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CASY is today after market close according to their investor relations site. Their conference call is tomorrow morning, but financials should be released today/soon

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Whoever makes these charts has been fucking up quite a bit lately. PLAY was before open today. CASY is before open tomorrow. There have been mistakes on the last two as well.

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Is CASY a buy for earnings today?

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Casey's General Stores, Inc. (CASY)

puts for earnings due to gas prices?

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Puts on CASY right? More expensive gas means fewer sales inside the store.

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How come no one plays CASY options? Y’all ever had their taco pizza? Or breakfast pizza? Shigs fire.

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$CASY Great Gas & Grocery general store folks would gravitate towards in a recession. Near 52 week highs though, brutal market. A Mini-Costco? Tough call on this one..

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Some implied moves for earnings next week:

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$DOCU 17.9%
$SFIX 20.0%
$RENT 22.6%
$LAKE 9.1%
$COUP 17.5%
$FIVE 9.9%
$NIO 11.4%
$BILI 12.8%
$SIG 13.8%
$FCEL 16.3%
$SKIL 21.3%
$YEXT 14.4%
$CBRL 8.5%
$MOMO 10.6%
$SJM 5.9%
$PLAY 12.2%
$CASY 7.2%
$LOVE 19.7%
$THO 11.2%
$CPB 5.1%
$KC 19.8%

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Some implied moves for earnings next week:

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$DOCU 17.9%
$SFIX 20.0%
$RENT 22.6%
$LAKE 9.1%
$COUP 17.5%
$FIVE 9.9%
$NIO 11.4%
$BILI 12.8%
$SIG 13.8%
$FCEL 16.3%
$SKIL 21.3%
$YEXT 14.4%
$CBRL 8.5%
$MOMO 10.6%
$SJM 5.9%
$PLAY 12.2%
$CASY 7.2%
$LOVE 19.7%
$THO 11.2%
$CPB 5.1%
$KC 19.8%

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is that casy neistat

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WPM, ULTA, ORCL, SR, PLCE, MDB, CASY, IPI, CRWD

Spire provides Natural Gas and Casey's provides gas stations, so I am hella bullish on those.

I went into an ULTA beauty store for the first time and man was it booming. Considering COVID has been cancelled I would infer that would lead to good guidance on it, but man you never know these days.

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Some implied moves for earnings next week - 514 companies reporting... yes this is up or down idiot
$DOCU 20.1%
$MDB 15.8%
$SFIX 23.3%
$CRWD 12.8%
$ASAN 23.4%
$BLNK 15.5%
$ORCL 8.7%
$ULTA 9.0%
$RIVN 18.5%
$ZUMZ 11.3%
$RRGB 13.9%
$FIZZ 9.4%
$LOCO 10.0%
$LZ 17.0%
$FUTU 14.0%
$MQ 22.8%
$BMBL 22.3%
$CASY 6.7%
$DKS 12.8%
$OTLY 25.9%
$THO 10.8%
$EXPR 16.1%
$CPB 5.5%
$PLCE 17.3%
$REVG 14.7%
$CVGW 11.6%
$JD 9.6%
$BBW 16.0%
$BZUN 17.8%
$DLTH 13.5%
$WOOF 12.6%
$DM 32.7%
$ATER 24.7%
$CIEN 9.2%
$IPI 17.6%
$LFMD 24.8%
$YEXT 20.3%
$GWRE 9.5%
$OTRK 24.3%
And the explanation on how I get the implied moves and how I use them : https://www.optionmillionaires.com/implied-moves-earnings-explanation/

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Some implied moves for earnings next week - 514 companies reporting... yes this is up or down idiot

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$DOCU 20.1%
$MDB 15.8%
$SFIX 23.3%
$CRWD 12.8%
$ASAN 23.4%
$BLNK 15.5%
$ORCL 8.7%
$ULTA 9.0%
$RIVN 18.5%
$ZUMZ 11.3%
$RRGB 13.9%
$FIZZ 9.4%
$LOCO 10.0%
$LZ 17.0%
$FUTU 14.0%
$MQ 22.8%
$BMBL 22.3%
$CASY 6.7%
$DKS 12.8%
$OTLY 25.9%
$THO 10.8%
$EXPR 16.1%
$CPB 5.5%
$PLCE 17.3%
$REVG 14.7%
$CVGW 11.6%
$JD 9.6%
$BBW 16.0%
$BZUN 17.8%
$DLTH 13.5%
$WOOF 12.6%
$DM 32.7%
$ATER 24.7%
$CIEN 9.2%
$IPI 17.6%
$LFMD 24.8%
$YEXT 20.3%
$GWRE 9.5%
$OTRK 24.3%

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And the explanation on how I get the implied moves and how I use them : https://www.optionmillionaires.com/implied-moves-earnings-explanation/

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Check out $CASY. Opening up stores all over my state of Oklahoma. Still working on the DD but they seem ready to recover around earnings. $CASY - in there like swimwear.

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Go build your personal brand. Get on LinkedIN, build your profile, start marketing yourself. Follow the top influencers on LinkedIN and comment on their posts. Follow Casy Graham at Gravy, follow Dave Gerhardt at DGMG, follow Dan Sanchez at Sweet Fish Media, follow Chris Walker at Refine Labs. Start commenting on their posts and ask questions, share your opinions. Those people have the eyes and ears of about 1MM marketers.

Build your brand, learn from others and they will find you. Every one of those companies is hiring. AND they will respond to you if you write them a DM and have been commenting on their content and give you direction on jobs.

Marketing jobs are plentiful right now and most of them are remote.

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This is a very interesting investment strategy IMHO. You are more likely to hold stocks in companies that you use and are familiar with on a downtrend instead of panic sell.

T, SONY, BP, CASY, LNT (utilities), WMT, LUMN (DSL I know), GM, APPL, LEVI. Looking at this list I own all but SONY, GM and WMT. I don't think I'll buy GM but the other 2 are interesting.

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You can go lower CASY

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Got S and CASY puts before close and PLAY ones too So 2/3 ain’t bad

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Which one of you dumbasses is buying CASY puts, you realize I expect to lose money right? 100% increase in my put since I bought it a couple hours ago

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CASY puts getting some action People are starting to try and get some YOLOs I guess

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Thé ask/bid spread on CASY puts is low enough that I bought a put and immediately was up 20%

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Calls on $CASY because they have the best gas station pizza out there.

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Anyone think CASY gonna shit the bed today?

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Turning down a promotion CAN effect you negatively. Negotiating hard will actually cause others to see you viewed in a higher light ("damn - this guy is on it - he is the man for job;glad he will be in charge). Its very fair to say - " with the increased responsibility, hours, and commitment this position will require I feel the pay range should be in 65-70k range" (If you have a history of pay plus OT use the average OT as reference - not the year with the month long average - techs make more than managers those years)

This does a couple things - 1. if you turn it down it's because they couldn't afford you; casy cop out and you look good. 2. You set a fair base rate, and if they offer on the lower end they still "won" by getting you at your cheapest. 3. Shows you have put thought into what the role will entail. Honestly the hours don't seem that bad - it's barely more than you do now - and you can usually wiggle those a bit once you get settled in. I would shy away from calculating exact hours - since there will be some late nights, etc, that you won't be paid for anymore. Set the precedent early that you don't do callout tech work (it's fine to do a little day to day) if they try

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Puts on $CASY. Their pizza is terrible.

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Why not puts? Playing Devil's advocate.

CASY is sending mixed messages. It's been in a serious downtrend for the last half year. Last earnings were stellar but the stock continued to slide thereafter.

Most recent earnings were only good. Stock dropped and has now bounced.

Mixed messages: 6 month downtrend, two good earnings followed by a drop.

Too mixed in my opinion for a directional trade. I like to see at least some planets align.

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What do you guys think of CASY?

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Wow I guess the CASY beat was the definition of priced in. Almost literally no movement so far

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CASY calls.

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CASY puts, COUP calls

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Some implied moves for earnings next week:
$GME 15.4%
$LULU 6.0%
$COUP 7.6%
$RH 9.4%
$AFRM 15.4%
$AFMD 20.6%
$ZS 9.6%
$LOVE 15.0%
$PLAY 9.2%
$SMAR 11.1%
$DADA 13.6%
$CMCM 14.7%
$S 13.1%
$AVAV 8.9%
$CVGW 8.1%
$VRNT 6.4%
$ASO 10.6%
$PATH 12.2%
$KR 4.7%
$CASY 5.4%
$ZUMZ 10.4%
$SUMO 13.6%

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$CASY, tell me how restarted this play is.

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Been waiting for an entry point into CASY, hopefully it’ll dip below $200 again soon

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I'm actually writing a casy study about the gaming industry, especially Nintendo, for my Masters. There are many things they could do. The most impactful would be, to find a new way of monetization because Publishers struggle with nothing more at the moment. A Subscription service, like we know it from Netflix, could make Gamestop really worth 1k on paper if you think about the fact, that the gaming market is the triple of the film market.

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Scrapper NO Scrapping! $NERD $FLMI $WMC $CASY $EKAR $CHCT $CTG $HYLS $CMRX $DTY $CHE $CLR $ANPC $LASR $ALPN $SCC $DVN $TGT $IIGD $SCHW $ITUB $SYNC $OILU $CEMB $AG $BHE $VLYPO $RILYO $SPEU $UTRN $USEP $SJIU $MLPI $GLYC $TOO $NOK $NTLA $INDL $BWB $AHC $KMPR $NM $GCE $PDS $GEO $SFYF $LYV $PUK $TEAF $BSCM $CMU $TRTN $DRQ $VIRC $FDUS $TWMC $LVHB $AAME $MRTN $TLRD $IRL $EXPO $ADP $AIO $DISCB $DBVT $WATT $AQMS $MS $AVB $VFQY $PDS $LMRKP $IVOV $FDBC $FRA $GAM $PSNL $MASI $VSMV $CIX $XSLV $IWM $ESCA $MCFT $WVFC $TUSA $BA $OCCIP $CDMOP $CHCT $VWOB $MNSB $TPLC $SAR $SRTY $CDR $FWONK $CYD $BOND

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Already public my dude 👍🏾CASY

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Are there any public companies that are working with CasX or CasY? All I see is Scribe but they're private

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Never thought I'd see CASY mentioned here.

Their kitchen is never dead since COVID and their pizza sucks so they're probably skimping on ingredients.

Qwik Stars are 10000% eating there lunch in North Iowa though.

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Casy going to 250

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"They are not in the business of being a "gas station.""

"Gas station" not too bad a business over the years. Look at Couche Tard in Canada or the long-term returns of CASY in the US.

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I wouldn't invest in CASY when people are driving less and WFH. But if you're buying for long-term profit then ok.

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"This was the case with previous virusses, wars, natural disasters and other tragic events that mankind experienced but time and time again we adapt and return to our normal life in the long run. I believe this case is no different. Perhaps we have differing views on the matter."

I think my view is that in a lot of cases people will still progress with many aspects of normal life, but there will be a "rise of alternative options" in many aspects of daily life. It's not "no business travel ever again", but I do think that some % of business travel very well may not be coming back because of different ways to transact business may make some business travel no longer needed and that's a very important part of the travel industry that might be permanently impaired to some degree. I think there was a lot of skepticism that virtual could work, but I think a lot of companies were shown during this that it could work just fine and hey, I don't have to spend money to send people on business travel. Remote work software gets viewed as a way to do things and to top it off, gets viewed to some degree as a way to save money - which is certainly going to be a welcome thing for a long while. Again, it's not no business travel ever again, but does 5% never come back? 10%? 20%? I have no idea, but I do think that the longer this goes on the most lasting the damage is. If the country totally shut down in a uniform fashion for 3 weeks and this was handled differently and we were already talking about being on the other side of this, I'd probably feel differently than I do currently.

The longer this goes on too, the more discomfort you're going to see from a lot of workers for the idea of going back into the office. Abbvie is pushing people going back to the office and employees aren't happy about it - https://www.cnbc.com/2020/09/11/pharmacabbvie-employees-raise-safety-concerns-with-return-to-work-plans.html

Throughout this, you saw the rise of the staycation and people buying RVs. Perhaps a larger % of non-business trips will be nearby/driving rather than flights for a while. If so, something like a CASY or ELS might benefit. People will still go on trips, but some may just continue to go on different trips than they would otherwise for a while past even when this crisis ends.

With a Peloton (or Lulu's Mirror) it's not that nobody's ever going to the gym again, but the longer this goes on, the more and more people are going to turn to these fitness tech options and a lot of that has the potential to stick after this is over. Not handling paperwork (Docusign), telemedicine (Teladoc, etc), e-commerce, digital payments, even something like Stamps.com and less trips to/interaction with the post office. There's all sorts of various other things, including online grocery (Ocado), etc. IMO, it's not that things won't get done as much as perhaps the rise of alternative options that were fairly early on (and that may have taken years to achieve the kind of introductions/adoption they saw during this) or acceleration of growth stories that were already happening (e-comm, digital payments.) Bank of America CEO discussed a few months ago that they finally saw something during this that many thought not possible - a significant growth in boomer/older generations finally being dragged into using online banking and things like Zelle.

What interests me more in terms of impacted sectors are things that I think are more needs than wants and there's not an alternative/better alternative. Look at medical device names that were down significantly because procedures got delayed. There's no alternative, really - those are needs. Look at a Bright Horizons Family (BFAM) that has been impacted by this. They're certainly not the only child care provider, but if one things that things will gradually return to normal, child care care is a need and they are (as far as I'm aware?) the largest player. I don't own it, but there's a company that has been impacted by this that has navigated it about as well as they probably could and they bought Sittercity. They also addressed a lot of concerns in what I thought was a reasonable/thoughtful manner on the last conference call.

And throughout this, there was this view that "buying the impacted" would be the huge trade when it was the opposite - the huge trade was the things that benefited. The things that have been impacted still sit impacted and if anything, the longer this goes on the more damage there is as the things impacted are going to start in some cases not being able to sustain this - could see a wave of hotel foreclosures.

"I really like Fraport and Aeroports de Paris. "

Good choices. Some of the Mexico airport operators are also interesting.

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I've been to them. They're better than most fuel up places, but not as good as Kwik Trip. KT's not available to be bought though, so I guess selling for Casy might be ok.

I haven't been to any not attached to a fuel station

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$CASY. Steady growth and you know you want that breakfast pizza.

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Putting a big chunk of my money into gas stations to survive the recession. Cigs, gas, beer and lottery tickets. They will weather the storm. Also grocery stores.

KR MUSA CASY MPC

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MPC XOM MRO MUSA CASY COP

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CASY (Caseys General Store) is the only store in many small towns in flyover country. Limited competition and has basic goods people need

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CASY

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CASY has been all over the place today, got 1 c/230 11/20 thats bounced around all day. they're booming as a company compared to other gas stations

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> but are their any gas station / convenient store stocks?

CASY

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Good ideas. REITs are radioactive to me -- commercial real estate might be next to the airlines on the list of screwed industries -- but ELS does sound promising. ELS would be a seniors-heavy market, and not sure how to consider that right now.

Looks like the market might have beat me to CASY and it's not beat up enough for my tastes right now, though it falls under the header of essentials retail that probably never closed most place.

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Why not ELS and CASY if you believe this thesis? These are companies that have done well for many years before this and are more pure plays on this than energy companies.

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What is going on with Casey's (CASY)? I know they are mostly rural gas stations with great pizza, but its mooning. If people lose their jobs, they don't need as much gas to get to work.

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VTI is 75%; Bonds 5%; individual stocks 20%

Stock holdings as follows: CASY 17% MMM 15% UAL 15% XOM 14% PG 12% HPE 8% GME 6%

Not looking for any short-term advice regarding market turns. My portfolio will consist of dividend producing assets that I can feel comfortable holding for 10+ years. I know this post won’t be as exciting as many of the others around here, but I welcome any comments/critiques!

A specific question I have been pondering recently has to do with owning two holdings in the same sector. For example, what would cause you to sell UAL and purchase another airline e.g. DAL? Would you consider holding both?

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$PANW puts. $CASY Calls. $RH Calls. $CONN Calls (falling knife catching). HAGW.

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Concensus on CASY??

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How do you guys feel about CASY?

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Should I buy COST , LULU , ADBE, CASY next week Dec 9-12 ?

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I was just starting to mess around with boxes when that clown totally manhandled them and got them banned from RH. Normally I'd say you are right in that option fees will eat up any potential profit from a box...but with RH options were free! I was able to create a few positions using boxes that were not tarded that netted me 1-2% over a month position. It's not something anyone on WSB would be interested in, but it was a solid interest rate to lock some money away with when it was just sitting around. And it was only possible due to zero trading fees with RH. If I had to pay any fees at all I generally wouldn't consider it.

I'll be very interested to see what happens with this guy and his new debt/soon to be no debt. Sounds like you know what you're doing, you might want to DM him to make him aware. I'd certainly want to know I wouldn't be on the hook for all that casy. Additionally, I want to see how quickly some other idiot on WSB tries the same strategy before RH closes that loophole.

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Check out $CASY. Small cap growth stock. Has been around for decades. Iowa based, conservative company. Convenience stores.

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How come CASY is not moving up??

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Was thinking about buying calls today, glad I waited...

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Buying CASY calls instead but I am worried about offloading them because of volume...

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I'll be buying some pizza and donuts from my CASY gains tomorrow.

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Anyone playing $CASY earnings today? Don’t know much about it but retail has been pretty strong right? Calls can’t go tits up right

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Anyone playing CASY earnings?

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CASY calls all the way

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Alright trying my hand at CASY ahead of earnings. Hope to see a jump. Bought in at 171.08. 🤞

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$casy calls

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Fellas. Buy CASY calls for the upcoming ER. That's all I can say.

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Holding SPY puts over the weekend, and just before close I bought calls for the following in case Monday rallies: LULU, ULTA, DG, DLTR and CASY.

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CASY is completely overbought, Jesus

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Casy puts and tpr calls, really confused with myself

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Thoughts on CASY?

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Made 400% on a CASY lotto I bought yesterday on zero DD. Gonna let it ride into D+B earnings bc degeneracy and retardation and the like

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Pretty sure I got 2000% on my casy call I bought at 3:57 for .10

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Casy beat, call is live now

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CASY call and HRB put for lottos today off some very low effort DD

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MSFT, AMZN, CASY, DIS, WAB

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So short CASY then. Green is great but this view that everyone will be driving an EV tomorrow is wholly and completely unrealistic. Casey's is installing charging (https://csnews.com/sheetz-caseys-global-partners-alltown-taking-part-ev-charging-project) but also retains locations along many highways and the desire to stop to get something/use the bathroom won't change because of EV's. Additionally, they remain a core of many small towns.

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Dividend yield: 0.87%

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PE: 14

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Analysts are estimating an earnings growth of 33% over last year

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https://www.nasdaq.com/symbol/casy/earnings-growth

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CASY - (Midwestern gas station chain). Drive through any small town of 1000 people or less in Iowa and you will find one respectable place to get gas -- Casey's. They are the horse in the one horse towns.

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I agree as a whole. I went back to looking for strong performers to get away from everything that is stuck to market movements. UNH, SWX and CASY just to name a couple.

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Yield Curves Near Inversion

> On Tuesday, the front end of the yield curve inverted as 3-year yields rose above 5-year yields. Other front end curves, by that measure, while not there yet, have also begun to dip to cycle lows. The 10-year minus 3-month spread is at its lowest level since 2007. Despite being at a low for the current cycle, the curve remains around 40 bps from inversion.

> In the charts below we look at various yield curves over the past 15 years; this time frame allows us to see the curve’s movement leading up to the last recession.

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> Perhaps the most widely followed curve, the 10 year versus the 2-year spread, is also at levels it has not seen since 2007. Although it is picking up slightly today as yields across the board fall, 2s10s is looking much more ominous at only 13 bps away from becoming inverted. This will be the main curve that investors will keep their eyes on; expect to see it ad nauseam in headlines if it moves those 13 bps lower.

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> Shifting our focus to the longer end of the curve, spreads are off of lows from earlier in the year, but may not have quite bottomed just yet. The 10-year versus the 5-year spread has recently fallen back down towards these lows.

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> Even longer maturities like the 30-year versus the 10-year have a higher spread still and has much more clearly made a bottom. It is important to note, leading up to the previous recession this curve was not inverted for long. Most of the bottoming occurred with a normal—albeit very flat—curve.

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Time for Santa?

> 2018 has been a rocky year with a big dose of volatility, but could a late-year rally be in store for investors? History says it is quite possible. “Although the well-known Santa Claus rally is technically the last five days of the year and the first two of the new year, you can’t deny the fact that December tends to bring with it good vibes and stocks gains,” explained LPL Senior Market Strategist Ryan Detrick.

> As our LPL Chart of the Day shows, since 1950, no month has a higher average return or has been higher more often than the month of December.

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> With Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell opening the door to potentially fewer interest rate hikes in 2019, the last component likely needed for a rally is some type of agreement between the United States and China regarding the ongoing trade issues. Given the G20 summit is this weekend, many are expecting some type of potential resolution to be announced. Stay tuned!

> Last, an interesting stat: December has never been the worst month of the year for stocks. That’s right—since 1950, the S&P 500 Index has never had its largest monthly drop in December. Given that the worst month this year was October with its 6.9% drop, history would say to not expect a similar big drop to end 2018.

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Typical December Trading: Strength Early and Late, Choppy Between

> Historically, the second trading day of December, today, has been a modestly bullish day with S&P 500 advancing 36 times over the last 68 years (since 1950) with an average gain of 0.13%. To find a worse second trading day of December, you would have to go all the way back to 1932 when S&P 500 dropped 3.86%. Trade remains a concern, but today’s sell off appears to have been triggered by economic growth fears caused by a flattening Treasury yield curve and 5-year yields dipping below 2-year yields. As we have repeatedly noted, the Fed is the biggest risk to the market and the economy.

> These fears could lead to a larger than usual amount of choppy trading during the first half of December. Historically December has opened with strength and gains over its first five trading days before beginning to drift. By mid-month all five indices have surrendered any early-month gains, but shortly thereafter Santa usually visits sending the market higher until the last day of the month and the year.

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STOCK MARKET VIDEO: Stock Market Analysis Video for December 10th, 2018

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Here are the most notable companies reporting earnings in this upcoming trading week ahead-


> * $ADBE > * $AEO > * $SFIX > * $COST > * $DSW > * $PLAY > * $CIEN > * $PVTL > * $ASNA > * $INSE > * $FRAN > * $GTIM > * $CDMO > * $ASPU > * $ARWR > * $DLHC > * $CASY > * $PLAB > * $VRA > * $NCS > * $NX > * $TLRD > * $SEAC > * $ROAD > * $CHKE > * $IRET > * $OXM > * $NDSN > * $FTI > * $VERU > * $PHX > * $CIVI > * $SKIS > * $SMMT > * $PURE > * $STRM > * $MMMB > * $AXNX

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Here are the most notable earnings releases for the trading week beginning December 10th, 2018.


Below are some of the notable companies coming out with earnings releases this upcoming trading week ahead which includes the date/time of release & consensus estimates courtesy of Earnings Whispers:


> # Monday 12.10.18 Before Market Open: > ###### (CLICK HERE FOR MONDAY'S PRE-MARKET EARNINGS TIME & ESTIMATES!)

> # Monday 12.10.18 After Market Close: > ###### (CLICK HERE FOR MONDAY'S AFTER-MARKET EARNINGS TIME & ESTIMATES!)


> # Tuesday 12.11.18 Before Market Open: > ###### (CLICK HERE FOR TUESDAY'S PRE-MARKET EARNINGS TIME & ESTIMATES!)

> # Tuesday 12.11.18 After Market Close: > ###### (CLICK HERE FOR TUESDAY'S AFTER-MARKET EARNINGS TIME & ESTIMATES!)


> # Wednesday 12.12.18 Before Market Open: > ###### (CLICK HERE FOR WEDNESDAY'S PRE-MARKET EARNINGS TIME & ESTIMATES!)

> # Wednesday 12.12.18 After Market Close: > ###### (CLICK HERE FOR WEDNESDAY'S AFTER-MARKET EARNINGS TIME & ESTIMATES!)


> # Thursday 12.13.18 Before Market Open: > ###### (CLICK HERE FOR THURSDAY'S PRE-MARKET EARNINGS TIME & ESTIMATES!)

> # Thursday 12.13.18 After Market Close: > ###### (CLICK HERE FOR THURSDAY'S AFTER-MARKET EARNINGS TIME & ESTIMATES!)


> # Friday 12.14.18 Before Market Open: > ###### (CLICK HERE FOR FRIDAY'S PRE-MARKET EARNINGS TIME & ESTIMATES!) NONE.


> # Friday 12.14.18 After Market Close: > ###### (CLICK HERE FOR FRIDAY'S AFTER-MARKET EARNINGS TIME & ESTIMATES!) NONE.


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Def, check out BURL, SCS, CASY, BC, WWW if you haven't already. Might be illiquid as fuck but nothing wrong with buying OTM and ending up ITM.

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$70 LW puts. CASY puts, but that shit might not fall for a while, I wouldn't get FDs on it. KL, MUR puts, because why not, and they're cheap, same goes for them though, shit might be glacial.

Of course there's the regular shit everyone here talks about 24/7 as well.

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well now that you put it that way....you're right. but i didnt really know what i was doing when i first started. Some up big some down big. A lot of etfs too, VDE, VIS, VCR, VEA, VNQ, BND, VWOB, EDV,VYM, VHT, IWC - then stocks CDNS, TXN, PYPL, MTCH, RCL, LMT, DWDP, UNP, CASY, GWW, MO, NVDA, BABA, FORM, DIS, DVA, MMM, UIHC, RLJ, CCLP, AFSI, JD, MDR, and SDRL (RIP)

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Some Stock Advisor stinkers from the last five years:

  • BHC in October 2013, at $113. Down over 75% since.
  • CVS in February 2014, at $65. It's up about 20% since, but the S&P is up almost 75%.
  • FEYE twice in 2015, at $47 and $53. Currently trades around $17. S&P is up about 48% since.
  • DPLO in August 2015, at $40. Down 50% since.
  • CLB in April 2014 at $197. Down about 40% since; S&P is up 70%.

They've rec'd some winners as well.

  • SHW in June 2014, at $195. Currently around $460.
  • XPO in January 2015, at $38. Currently $113.
  • STMP in May 2016, at $81. Currently $220.
  • PAYC in June 2017 at $69; again in January 2018 at $91. Currently $153.
  • MA twice in 2013 at $50 and $55; again in 2016 at $102. Currently $224.

Eyeballing the results of their recommendations since October 2013 (generally two per month, excluding the "Best Buys Now" each month), I'd say between 50 and 60% have outperformed the S&P since the date of the rec. In some cases, it's by a lot; in some cases, we're talking within single digit percentage points (TSCO, BRK.B, CASY).

From reading their due diligence and buy recs, it's clear that they buy into what they see as visionary executives carrying out disruptive or innovative business plans. They published a spotlight article about Tesla this weekend that advised staying the course, and even filling out a position for those that can take the volatility, partially because they believe in Musk (Tesla was a Stock Advisor pick in 2012). They're high on Shopify, Stitch Fix, and The Trade Desk in no small part because of Tobias Lutke, Katrina Lake, and Jeff Green.

Having said all that: they absolutely do try to upsell me on new shit once every other month or so. They'll put together a fancy video talking about how they've discovered where to find the best market-beating returns and the like, and then ask for several thousand dollars for one year of access to this new, exclusive portfolio. They'll usually toss in access to some of their other more expensive services as well to try to bring down the sticker shock. Since I started my subscription earlier this year, there's been:

  • A biotech portfolio
  • A microcap portfolio
  • A "partnership" portfolio of companies where the founder or management team has significant ownership
  • A portfolio of "totally international" stocks that aren't listed in the US
  • Another sell on the microcap portfolio
  • There's one later this week that looks to be related to marijuana.

Of those, the biotech one was the least expensive, and it was $1500 or $2000. The international one was the biggest upsell--something like $4000.

TL;DR: Stock Advisor (probably Rule Breakers too) isn't too bad. The Gardner brothers do some pretty good DD, and they're consistent with their buy and hold mantra to the point beyond which some of us would be comfortable (they doubled down on KMI the week after the dividend cut in 2015 and haven't issued sell calls for any of the losers I listed above). If you sign up for one of their newsletters, be prepared to get some serious upsell pitches on the regular.

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Peak Resorts Inc $5.15

> Peak Resorts Inc (SKIS) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 7:00 AM ET on Tuesday, September 11, 2018. The consensus estimate is for a loss of $0.83 per share on revenue of $7.58 million and the Earnings Whisper ® number is ($0.85) per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 57% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for earnings to decline year-over-year by 29.69% with revenue increasing by 0.80%. Short interest has increased by 597.4% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted lower by 4.6% from its open following the earnings release. Overall earnings estimates have been revised lower since the company's last earnings release.

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Casey’s General Stores, Inc. $114.99

> Casey’s General Stores, Inc. (CASY) is confirmed to report earnings after the market closes on Monday, September 10, 2018. The consensus earnings estimate is $1.68 per share on revenue of $2.55 billion and the Earnings Whisper ® number is $1.72 per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 50% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for year-over-year earnings growth of 15.07% with revenue increasing by 21.79%. Short interest has decreased by 14.9% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted higher by 21.9% from its open following the earnings release to be 5.1% above its 200 day moving average of $109.40. Overall earnings estimates have been revised lower since the company's last earnings release. Option traders are pricing in a 4.0% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 4.5% move in recent quarters.

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Limoneira Company $32.36

> Limoneira Company (LMNR) is confirmed to report earnings at approximately 4:00 PM ET on Monday, September 10, 2018. The consensus earnings estimate is $0.55 per share on revenue of $37.68 million and the Earnings Whisper ® number is $0.56 per share. Investor sentiment going into the company's earnings release has 64% expecting an earnings beat. Consensus estimates are for year-over-year earnings growth of 5.77% with revenue decreasing by 6.72%. Short interest has decreased by 14.8% since the company's last earnings release while the stock has drifted higher by 25.7% from its open following the earnings release to be 34.4% above its 200 day moving average of $24.07. Overall earnings estimates have been revised higher since the company's last earnings release. Option traders are pricing in a 12.1% move on earnings and the stock has averaged a 5.0% move in recent quarters.

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DISCUSS!

What are you all watching for this week? Good trading to everyone in here on this new trading week ahead!


Have a fantastic weekend r/StockMarket! :)

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