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Peloton Takes Its Last Spin  (PTON)

Posted on December 31, 2020

Straight to the point, y’old liquor macher.

There are times when not only is the whole thing out-of-joint, but the tendons and ligaments are rotten and wasting, too.

And what you get then, is a body without any glue, so to speak.

And, of course, what follows thereafter is an involuntary dismembering of the parts.

Which is what we now expect from exercise-bike maker Peloton (NASDAQ:PTON).

Now, the company may have a future – for the meantime, anyway.  But we can’t see it continuing into the messianic age, which, as you know, is right around the corner.

And it could be that Peloton’s days as a rah-rah, hedgie-loving security also has a date with the scalpel.

Why?

Because it doesn’t make sense that this manufacturer of gym equipment has a market cap that’s bigger than Kimberly Clark, Kraft Heinz, Ferrari, Conoco Philips, General Dynamics, Met Life and Thomson Reuters.

It also boggles the noggin how she continues to find buyers with a P/E ratio of 1291.33!!!

And a Price to Book ratio of 24.83.

And no dividend.

While insiders greedily pawn off their holdings at a rate that could give a guy a concussion.

To wit – in the last six months, those in the know have offloaded 87.65% of their shares – for a haul of over $200 million bucks!  And since the outbreak of the Wuhan Batflu, they’ve absconded with better than $530 million!!!

No Sweat, Indeed!

And so we got to looking at the charts.

And there we found some dangerous looking indications.

This is a paste-up of the stock’s daily action for the last six months (Note: PTON only listed some 15 months ago) –

We have nearly three months before expiry, and a lot of presidential/constitutional whiplash to endure before then.

Not to mention additional Batflu buffoonery.

Many happy returns to all our readers.

Don’t drink and drive…

You old hankie.

Matt McAbby

 

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