All in all, neither the bulls, nor the bears, which I believe are much greater in number, got what they were looking for this quarter. RadioShack remains a troubled retailer, but one with new, proven leadership. Whether CEO Joe Magnacca will be able to transform this company, and lead it through the storm remains to be seen. I, for one, am aware of the risks here, but still believe that the company has more time to turn around than the market does. It is no doubt a tall order, and depends on getting customers back into the company's "re-merchandised" stores.
At the time of publication the author is long RSH.
This article is commentary by an independent contributor, separate from TheStreet's regular news coverage.
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