Sprouts Farmers Market LLC
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Sprouts Farmers Market - Can a boring company can be a good investment? $SFM
Sprouts Farmers Market (SFM) Could be a Good Value Investing Opportunity
SafeMint - SFM is live. Low MC. Community Driven. Huge potential
Not particularly sexy, but worth consideration: SFM
Squeeze Potential with Good Fundamentals?- $SFM
Squeeze Potential with Good Fundamentals-SFM
Advice needed: Sprouts Farmers Mkt (SFM) - Short interest 17% of float, new high 6/10 on 2.5x volume
$SFM Best growth stock opportunity, low p/e, new CEO in last few years, been seeing a lot of positive changes to the store recently, IMO will own this sector of grocery. I believe last quarter would’ve been green if not for covid restrictions like self serve salads, soups, anti maskers etc
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due to one reason, 1. Companies like SFM thrive in an enviorment where in inflation is at a stagnant or a declining level as seen in the past years or so when it reached a peak of 8.5% CPIM and declined to 6.5 today.I Am not saying that infation is low but rather its been relatively lower which has lead to consoomer demad to be higher. 2. But due to the current new bailout package this "deflationary" period wont last as the money printers go brrr.
Sprouts Farmers Market press release (NASDAQ:SFM): Q4 GAAP EPS of $0.42 beats by $0.05. Revenue of $1.58B (+6.0% Y/Y) beats by $20M. Comparable store sales growth of 2.9% Opened 7 new stores FY23 Outlook: Net sales growth: 4% to 6% Comparable store sales growth: low single digits Adjusted EBIT: $355M to $370M Effective Tax rate: approximately 26% Adjusted diluted earnings per share: $2.41 to $2.53 vs. consensus of $2.41 Unit growth: 30 new stores, closing 11 stores Capital expenditures (net of landlord reimbursements):$210M to $230M Q1 Outlook: Comparable store sales growth: 1.5%-2.5% Adjusted diluted earnings per share: $0.83 to $0.87 vs. consensus of $0.81 This is basically a stellar report. Why would you short this?
>You're right, InsiderTrader. The organic food market is definitely slowing down due to inflation, and SFM is feeling the effects. They've already closed 11 locations and there could be more to come. Analysts are bearish on the stock, so I think it's a good idea to short it. Thanks for your analysis!
put calls on organic food companies such as **Sprouts Farmers Markets, Inc.** **SFM** i am already in on it and the top board has started selling their positioons too https://preview.redd.it/kw02g8sqihoa1.jpeg?width=1624&format=pjpg&auto=webp&v=enabled&s=5a5ae0e9a4ced8dedbd8c8c3011b7d6d9f4b06d1
Met with my PM yesterday as per usual every 3 months. He recommended Sprouts stock $SFM of all things. Going long for the next 5 years.
Sprouts $SFM has been good to me the last couple of years. There's been a lot of grocery drama with mergers over the last few years and it's not a sexy industry, but people gotta eat.
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Are you sure SFM had LEAPS, or were they just the next quarterly that happened to be in January?
2025 leaps were released yesterday. Most large caps have them. However, I have noticed certain stocks, for example SFM, don't have them. This is surprising as SFM had the 2024 leap as of this time last year. I know certain stocks don't have far out expirations but this wasn't the case for SFM in the past. How can I check if these should be coming soon or perhaps this security isn't going to have this expiration?
It’s supposed to take about 5 years in the US to keep up with the demand needed for everyone who wants to buy a house. With materials being high, even though some are coming down, it’s still gonna cost more to build that exact same house as it did 4 years ago. Now whether or not investment firms buying up SFM and inflating the prices due to “shortages” is happening, idk. But it could be.
I love this chain. I’ve looked at the stock a few times but it’s growth stock, not dividend. And I really dig dividend stock. I may buy some SFM if it drops and just hang onto it.
I fully agree that size-wise, they are tiny. It can be seen as a disadvantage, but it can also be argued that they have a lot of room to expand. As for your statement that the numbers are not great, I disagree. Which numbers are not great? The number of locations? The company has been around for a lot less than the giants you've mentioned. Of course larger companies with more locations will have higher revenues, but that doesn't mean anything when assessing the value of a company on its own. Not only that, but the comparison is being done solely on the revenue and against companies that have been around for much longer. It is to some extent cherrypicking. It would be the same if I mention that Sprouts Farmers Market has way better margins than Kroger. It is only one data point and there's a lot more to take into account. That doesn't prove that SFM is better than Kroger.
Really love playing long on $SFM (not safe moon) been hitting gold.
That's the SFM army after every "reflection"
People are still throwing money at SFM and terra….
Come to crypto brother SFM Saitama Shib Good places to look.
NAT, ZIM, BDRY, DCFC, U, BG, SFM, ANDE, DOCN, IEZ, LKQ, all up since we d8scussed them. I'm just buy and hold for a while. No fancy plays.
SFM, BDRY, ANDE, ALB only positives I have left....
I remember a couple years back talking with our realtor how she had people selling their home to rent convinced the housing would pop again. Sold my townhouse last year and used the money as down payment on a SFM. Sure, it could go down and I would be underwater, or it could keep going up for several more years and the "pop" will still be higher than I paid. At sub 3%, I do see being on the wrong side of this as that painful.
Sprouts, it’s an interesting one!? I live in Long Beach, CA surrounded by 4 locations all within 10miles or less, have shopped there maybe 4/5 times I can think of long time ago. My take on SFM if that as inflation rises, spending get tighter and paying for specialty items, high-priced items is discouraging when just down the block is a Grocery Outlet (GO) store, one of my favorites, with much better prices saving you a few dollars, but at times items are a hit and miss but then I just hop over to a KR or a Trader Joes (if only public). I know that’s also largely demographic and there are those that will continue to go there. Hit and miss on earnings, but I feel like the second half of the year will be very challenging. That’s my take. I do like that are public, it’s on my ‘maybe wishlist’
Bought SFM after the heavy dip. Waiting for some great dividend stocks to load up
wtf happened to SFM? Earnings beat and down 25%??
Close to 52 week high, staunch competition in the grocer space with KR, WMT, SFM, and a few others, uncertainty around consumer spending in the post COVID-19 economy, and previous reports of union organization? It’s a bold and ballsy bet. I hope you and I aren’t buying calls at the top. I’ve lost a lot betting with the retail dinosaurs, but I’ll pay a few Gs to see what’s behind the door with you. [Positions. Either sushi or eating the diseased, raw Koi fish out of the community pond.](https://imgur.com/a/Ig1K2Xg)
While KR did well and the stock price reflected that in the short term, I am not sure ACI goes upwards all that much. Increasing prices and any feedback/concerns relating to supply chain are going to spook investors. Passing the costs of inflation onto the consumer is a space like this can really bite the share price on the butt. ACI strikes me like one of those dinosaur companies that isn’t going to go blow for blow in a pricing war against places like SFM, KR, WMT, TGT, and a few others.
Albertsons is gonna slap. I'm up 25% since February. With inflation and market downturn people are going to keep buying "safe" stocks like grocery stores. Plus ACI is growing like mad. Nobody is going to read this, but check out ACI & SFM if you want some boring AF companies that will make you rich.
More gme 195c for Friday if we dip after IV wears off. Trail this bet. I’m also heavily invested in SFM. GLORY AWAITS.
Goddamn you have some balls. Any idea what caused the big pop about a year and a half ago? Between this and Groupon, I’m trying to buy longer dated calls on something that can pay big in the long run. I need something that’ll match the 3.5x I made on SFM leaps.
sprouts as in the supermarket chain SFM?
SFM- sprouts farmers market. Adding their store count, and a huge stock buyback program. DAR- collecting waste and processing it into ingredients, and also biofuel.
SFM Sprouts is growing - good earnings 29.50 entry today if it hits
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SFM, you sweet farmers market god.
yo you remember that guy on the SFM sub who posted the whale watching daily updates? man hopium was insane back then
SFM posted solid earnings again yesterday, for people interested in good, non tech, companies.
SFM is fucking bullet proof baby 🚀🚀
All in SFM. This stock has 40% upside from here. Safe bet too.
SFM, TER, HIG so far. Added to WAL. Still have cash as I think some smaller companies earnings will present opportunities.
SFM is crushing it in this dog shit market. Green since last week most days. Yeah it’s boring but this is the hedge you need right now. Tech is fucked
SFM, forward PE of 14. Just bought 20k worth today. It's hard to find gold in a market of trash stocks.
Done chasing Meme and fairy tale like stocks. Lost thousands of dollars on PLTR, DKNG, NIO, SQ, all that garbage with high PE last three months. Dropping 10k on SFM stock Monday. No speculation just steady gains and a solid business.
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Sprouts Farmer's Market(SFM) is bullish af today.
Sprout's(SFM) is on the move again today. Should be trading at 63, currently at 31. Was at 24 two weeks ago.
But it’s just a wild comparison. My local bodega also sells groceries but you cant compare their business to target or to SFM
SFM is in the groceries business, as is Target (although they have also electronics etc). If it‘s 1% if the market cap, there can be more upside potential, when the SFM management executes properly
Idk how you can compare the two when SFM is 1% of targets market cap. Just not in the same category at all
Look at SFM. Cheaper, solid growth, more upside potential in the coming years
Grocery business - KR, SFM, etc.
Sprouts Farmer's Market (SFM) is heading to the moon.
Sprouts Farmer's Market (SFM) on the rise. Should be trading around 63. Currently at 29 and change.
XRX, MOS, GO, SFM, and TECH are all green on the week, and I would bet money you aren't in any of them. They're some of my favorite stocks, and LEAPS on them have been printing.
I was definitely like "this is a recycled SFM meme..." lol
To be honest, many of my biggest winners (Nucor, Gazprom) have been sold, and I've not tracked the gains for the FY. Biggest winners still standing: LON: DRX - 59.47% LON:DWF - 39.88% BRK.B - 26.97% LON:AV - 24.97% SFM - 17.51%
$SKIN, $ASLE $IONQ, and $ARQQ have been my four biggest winners the past six months as SPACs. I am not sure the exact percents, because I had warrants of all three. I got in $BBQ in the $2 range when everyone was first panicking about the pandemic, but I sold it earlier in the year when it got over $6. I don't want to look at what it is now. $SFM was another COVID rebound play I entered in early 2020 and got out with a nice profit but maybe too early. It dipped recently, but I didn't get back in, I think it's up 20% the past two months. I bet there's plenty of penny stocks and biotech that might meet your started criteria, but I don't think that's the point you're trying to make. I don't think it's a conspiracy.
Here's to $SFM calls coming from -75% to +100% just in time to cover my $ME calls going from +120% to down 60%... yaayyyy...
30% in a broad market value index fund, 20% into brkb, 20% into SFM, 20% into oxy/ws, and 10% cash.
Only ones I can think of off the top of my head around your price range are F, T, JETS, MRO, BP, NYCB, KEY, SFM
Puts on SFM. Sprouts is a grocery chain that sells real fruit and vegetables, which is a dead technology and will be replaced by patented synthetic food grown in a lab
Considering the stock is trading at the same price it was 5 years ago should tell you more than you need to know. Margins will be VERY important moving forward, they may look attractive now, but just wait when margins compress due to price inflation. I cover the staples space and recommend focusing on other names within the space that have huge pricing power -- COST has been my choice for a long time. SFM is a great stock to try and trade options on around earnings though.
I agree. Even if SFM isn't likely to become a huge multi-bagger, it seems to be steadily expanding and a good option for diversification.
Reddit is full of kids man. I’ve been close to deleting it a few times because of the cult mentality and the arguments from the kids….. “you’re gay” Everyone’s a Fukin know it all and they’ve done is throw some pocket money on Doge and SFM
I bought over 100k of $SFM on Friday in the middle of power hour. Literally I have not even been inside their stores
I guess I'm just trailer trash at heart, because I'll take Albertsons all day over Sprouts, Fresh Market, and Whole Foods, which I've listed in descending order of suckage. I don't see any particular reason why Sprouts and Fresh Market even exist. I do remember Josh Brown pumping SFM as a breakout a few months ago a few dollars higher. I like Josh, but his breakouts have been breaking down lately, most recently BMY, which was just super-retarded.
SFM (sprouts farmers market) POAHY (Porsche Holdings SE) WYNN, and CNK (Cinemark), *and* PLAY (Dave & Busters) but really none of those I plan for too long term… will see how recovery goes over the next 6-12 months. Some of these plays are already at or soon will be long terms gains. Handful of precious metal miners too, mostly focused on gold, some on silver, and one copper. Could be holding these for a decade depending how things go.
Sharing some footage of drone flyover in Indiana from youtube.Not sure if WSB has seen this💦💦💦 https://youtu.be/SFM1m_H21_s Thats 5 million in sales for $WKHS easy.
I pick my spots, but I sell covered calls all the time. I have them on $BWXT, $SFM, and $KL.
Of the stocks I own, AB, DHI, HUM, LMT, SFM, TROW have a P/E below 20. Each of these companies have a history and expected future of growth.
Im thinking of going in on SFM (plus I ❤️the store. So beautiful and fresh produce and products!
Goldman picked the stocks that will drop from R1K to R2K. While it’s a bad news event, it’s likely that X company will now carry a higher index weight in the R2K and could create more buying pressure. For Round 2 of my Russell Shuffle trade I referenced which likely have the highest Float Adjusted Market Cap and came up with a few options below. No guarantee any/all of these drop but Goldman seems to have conviction. PAYA, SFM, VIRT, MIC Let the chains guide you. Final list prints on the 25th.
Any piece of good news can send SFM squeezing because of that, which adds to the number of viable reasons to buy the stock.
$SFM deep value 🥳🥳🥳💎💎💎💎
Sprouts Farmers Market SFM. Vertex Pharma VRTX. Both have great balance sheets, management, and goals. And we'll priced right now.
Actual statement from https://www.opensocietyfoundations.org/newsroom/statement-from-soros-fund-management-on-palantir-investment Soros Fund Management LLC (SFM) did not recently purchase shares in Palantir Technologies Inc. SFM’s current interest in Palantir, which amounts to approximately one percent of the Class A (limited voting) shares of the company, is the result of a private early-stage investment made in 2012 by a portfolio manager who is no longer employed by SFM. When Palantir converted to a public company, SFM’s interest was converted into shares in the public company. SFM has sold all shares in the company that it is not legally or contractually obliged to hold and will continue to sell shares as permitted. SFM does not approve of Palantir’s business practices. SFM made this investment at a time when the negative social consequences of big data were less understood. SFM would not make an investment in Palantir today.
I could do an SFM with enough time. maybe 3 months at minimum
I find myself very irritated by poor capital allocation. SFM had a great quarter, but only used $3M out of $300M authorized to buy back shares when they were dirt cheap in the low 20s...sigh. That would've really juiced the stock. I plan to hold it, but I'm wondering does anyone have any good picks for companies that are great with allocating capital?
Close the app. If you’re not hodling long positions then set alerts for the lowest swing you’re willing to eat. Then turn your efforts to dog etc bc it’s a bull run for the next few months. Try momentum trading w some of the more obscure coins that have a solid use case. It’s been helping me burry my loses to turn a profit. Also, consider SFM? The price is irrelevant right now and in due time, I think I’ll be a multi-millionaire. Dare I say billionaire.
SFM stock is Listed as very Bullish above a 9. Despite this it's had some down days I think it's a great opportunity. we can lift it way over the top.
Oh for sure, just saying the scenes look like source filmmaker. It has that old school garrys mod sfm look. And there are so many models from 10 years of SFM and games, and everything else. Dude definitely did a ton of work on the models!
I've been looking for moddeling in SFM. All i get is how to import them. When in look it up on YT i get lots moddeling videos. Only to see how it's done with other software and then (again) how to import them. Editing is not the same as creating anything from scratch.
Safe: fbgrx - fantastic well run growth fund. bayry- leading biotech for genetically engineered crops. share price took a hit in the last few years, is ready for a rebound as it pays off its debts (it has been steadily paying down its debts) SFM - sprouts farmers market AMD- any buy below 82 is a good buy imo, the lower the better. ​ ​ Higher risk higher reward, HITIF, TLGRF, PYR ​ Please do your own diligence, dont take my word for it.
SFM. Sadly, don't have any here, but still like the stock.
I’m seeing consistent double digit growth (https://www.zacks.com/stock/chart/SFM/fundamental/revenue-quarterly-yoy-growth), they’re reinvesting into opening more stores and buying back shares.
They can build a ton in Florida. I live about half a mile from the first one they opened in the state (Winter Park). I was excited to see the store built, having lived in CA before, most of Florida is a monopoly by Publix and hence their prices and quality stink. SFM will do well in this state as they have better produce at better prices.
Love SFM. Been in it for about a year. This is a long-term hold for me.
Return to fundamentals, have you noticed the rotation from growth to value? My canary in the coal mine is SFM. Thinking of watching if the rotation is real. Commodity sensitive companies will hopefully do well in the rising interest rate environment...
Sprouts SFM is my play. They will have easier access to local produce. They're stock has been really good to me since February.
**BYND** has been *beaten down down down* recently. Might be worth looking into - they don't taste as good as Impossible "but" they have wayyy less trash ingredients (hence probably why they don't taste as good). The heme + soy proteins/starches + "natural flavors" give Impossible a bad reputation among their target audience. The difference in "quality of ingredients" is actually quite compelling. Beyond is very proud of this, you can tell by comparing their ingredients page on their official websites. **APPH** might be another one you would be interested in. (small cap vertical farming). Recycled water. Their room for growth though (no pun intended) seems a little weak. **MITC** seems very (very) interesting to me. I have no idea if they are a good stock (super speculative) but the field/breakthrough tech is quite compelling. **SFM** Is a health food store so it's not "sustainable meat/agro" but it's related to the field and worth checking out since it's extremely undervalued. P/E ratio is **10.69** which is insane for current market conditions.