Perhaps sellers stop selling too, of course. But look at all the red boxes. Those are PSR of 0.50 and below.
Risk appears to be very minimal to buy in the zone when PSR is less than 0.50.
Tim 11:46AM EST 8/19/2014 74.58 last WMT
PS - If you couple this with the "key hidden levels" lines, this chart really comes alive.
They are the leading retailer while being the epitome of a small family business that made it big.
I like Wal-Mart as a company, I think they have more growth opportunity then target shopko etc but ( this is in hypothetical) if amazon got bought out by google I would put google as a whole above Wal-mart for two factors.
1). there cash would be diversified ( like berkshire).
2). Silicon valley (innovation)
The thing I quite don't fully understand is how does a company operate with a negative cash flow for over a 2-3 year period and still be in business. While being publicly owned at the same time.
Wal Mart did have a negative cash flow for some time, at one point.