Why Bed, Bath and Beyond was Never a Cheap Stock

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Bed, Bath, and Beyond made it in the news a lot recently, and not for a good reason too. A loss in cash, poor infrastructure, and a billionaire dumping his shares of the company – all in a week. So, I decided to read up on the company’s annual reporting to read what was all the fuss was about. What surprised me was how well the company was performing from 2010 to 2018. They were in the green. So, I couldn’t understand why the company’s revenues and profit suddenly slid in 2018. One line did pop up in the 2019…...

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Jason Huynh I'm a data analyst who enjoy reading annual reports. My hobbies include exercise, cooking and being a well rounded dad. I work as an analyst in the higher education sector in Australia but my passion is in investing. I used to believe that data could solve everything but it wasn't until I read Charlie Munger's "Poor Charlie's almanack" that I realised that I've been thinking in silos all this time and I really needed to expand my experiences and reading. What concerns me about life is making silly choices and following the trend aimlessly. I believe in critical thinking and serving others as I would like to be served.