$55.79 last / $4.03 TTM = 14 times trailing = 7.1% YIELD
Given all of the problems TGT has had in the last year and they can still generate a decent profit then I think they can turn this ship around. I know it looks ugly but when you look at the valuation it gives enough margin of safety to generate a decent risk versus reward investment here.
I added some great fundamental data to the bottom of the graph: I added TOTAL REVENUES (in $Billions) and Target's AFTER TAX MARGIN. It shows flat revenues and a sharp drop in their margins. Granted, Wall Street thinks in a straight line many times and assumes that a falling line (after-tax margins) will continue to fall when in fact they already may have reached a bottom and are basing out and poised to rise.
I also have shown many of the reports and how those levels create important going forward. I also added the 1-year trend-line (in light red) that connects 2 reports that are 1-year apart. It is also interesting that these "lines" which no one sees, actually are somewhat useful at seeing .
I think Target is cheap enough to buy here and I have labeled a box to represent the zone where I think the risk-reward makes sense. I would risk 3 times the average daily range upon entry on the long side of TGT .
Tim 12:35PM EST, Friday, May 23, 2014