Lazydays RV Holdings, Inc., is a recognized operator of RV dealerships in the U.S., offering a comprehensive range of services from sales to financing. The company’s presence in the stock market has been a topic of interest, especially with recent fluctuations in short interest.
Short interest refers to the total number of shares of a particular stock that have been sold short by investors but have not yet been covered or closed out. It’s an indicator of market sentiment, with high short interest suggesting that many investors expect the stock’s price to decline. Conversely, a decrease in short interest can indicate a more positive outlook for the stock among investors.
Recent market data reveals a significant 6.4% decline in short interest for Lazydays Holdings, Inc. during July. By the end of the month, the short interest was recorded at 527,400 shares, a drop from the 563,300 shares noted on July 15th. This decline, juxtaposed against an average daily volume of 82,500 shares, results in a days-to-cover ratio of 6.4 days, according to the Clayton County Register.
Market analysts have been active in their commentary on LAZY shares. CJS Securities recently initiated coverage on Lazydays, giving it an “outperform” rating with a price target of $20.00.
Truist Financial adjusted their stance, raising their price target from $12.00 to $13.00 and maintaining a “hold” rating. Furthermore, DA Davidson shifted from a “neutral” to a “buy” rating, setting their price target at $14.00.
Insider transactions provide another layer of insight. In May, Director Coliseum Capital Management, L made a significant purchase of 731,627 shares at an average price of $11.20 each.
This transaction, amounting to $8,194,222.40, brings the director’s total holdings to 6,190,050 shares, valued at an estimated $69,328,560. It’s noteworthy that insiders collectively own 63.20% of the company’s stock.
Institutional investors have also been active. New stakes have been established by giants like Barclays PLC and UBS Group AG. Advisor Group Holdings Inc. notably increased its holdings by 130.9% during the first quarter. As of now, institutional investors and hedge funds hold a significant 85.78% of the stock.
Lazydays Holdings, Inc., beyond its stock performance, is a major player in the RV dealership landscape in the U.S. Their offerings span sales, repairs, financing, insurance products, and more. Additionally, they operate the renowned Lazydays RV resort in Tampa, Florida.
On the stock front, Lazydays recently opened at $11.50, boasting a market capitalization of $160.08 million. Key indicators like the 50-day moving average price stand at $11.76, with the 200-day moving average price at $11.91.
The RV industry, despite its challenges, continues to show resilience and potential for growth. Innovations in sustainability, with electric engines and zero-emission RVs, are paving the way for a greener future. Brands like Winnebago and Airstream are leading this charge.
Lazydays Holdings, Inc. remains a company of interest for investors and industry enthusiasts alike. The decline in short interest is a mere chapter in its expansive narrative, with many more developments on the horizon.