Target Stock Is Getting Hammered Since TG Bathrooms Policy Announced

Despite the Federal government trying to force citizens to put up with gender confused people in women’s bathrooms, exposing women and girls to people who have the opposite gender plumbing, interfering with their privacy and well being, in the real world, corporate acceptance can have real world implications

(CNS News) In the wake of publicizing its policy to allow people to use the bathrooms and changing facilities that correspond with their gender identity, Target stock has dropped 4.2 percent in the past two weeks.

As previously reported, the retail chain announced on its website on April 19 that they “welcome transgender team members and guests to use the restroom or fitting room facility that corresponds with their gender identity.”

The opening price of Target stock dropped from $83.50 per share on April 19 to a closing price of $79.99 per share on May 3 – a 4.2 percent decline, the Daily Signal reported.

By April 28, when the stock had dropped down to $81.33 per share, the company’s stock market value was down $1.5 billion, according to Accuracy in Media.

That loss will be somewhere around $2.5 billion. And over 1.5 million have pledge to boycott Target, which is apparently taking the men’s and women’s bathroom signs off the doors at many locations.

But, hey, if liberals want their children exposed to perverts who will take advantage of these moronic policies, Target is the place for you.

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5 Responses to “Target Stock Is Getting Hammered Since TG Bathrooms Policy Announced”

  1. Dana says:

    To be fair, stocks in general are down over the past couple of weeks, but not that far down. Still, stocks reflect (somewhat) what investors believe the company’s profitability and future value to be, and the existence of the boycott ought to mean lower sales and less profit.

  2. Jeffery says:

    Target stock is up 15% since January, so a negative blip may be no big deal.

  3. John says:

    Target’s stock went up 100% under Obama a drop of 4% is sort of Meh
    If negative 4% is “tanked” how do you describe plus 96%?

  4. david7134 says:

    Both liberals on the comment section do not understand what it means when Target and stores like it are doing well. To clue them in, it means the economy is in the tank and has been. So people who would go to a more upscale store instead go to Target or Walmart. If you are going to comment, learn something.

  5. Jeffery says:


    I’ve learned that your comments make the word “dumb” seem so inadequate.

    Do you have any evidence to support your notion that Target’a and WalMart’s success is inversely related to the health of the economy? Is the recent downturn in Target’s stock price a sign the economy is improving? Has Target, WalMart and Costco stock tracked together over the past few decades? Up during downturns, down when Clintons are in office?

    Most normal Americans shop at Target, WalMart, Costco, Sam’s and Amazon every week.

    Mayhaps it’s you, who makes over $1 million a year off Medicaid and Medicare, that doesn’t understand where America shops.

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