Radio Shack (NYS: RSH) shares are up 8% over the past week following an upgrade by Bank of America Merrill Lynch. However, the company is currently priced as though it may not exist a few years down the road -- So what's going on, and which will it be for the old consumer electronics stand-by? This is the only question that investors really need to answer, and in the video above Fool.com analysts Blake Bos and Isaac Pino explore most likely outcomes, taking into account factors such as Wal-Mart's (NYS: WMT) new same-day delivery service and Best Buy's (NYS: BBY) huge store footprint.
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