That's right, I do own RadioShack , and no, I'm not selling. While many are quick to point out the plethora of challenges facing RadioShack and its lackluster history, they'd be missing the big picture. At today's stock prices, RadioShack doesn't need to transform itself into an elite electronics retailer; it just needs to be a profitable one. If the new management team can accomplish that feat and maintain the Shack's retail footprint, investors will be rewarded for their patience. The company's most recent earnings call highlighted several initiatives that the company's turnaround plan (click here for a detailed analysis) is taking. In the video below, Motley Fool analyst Blake Bos tells investors the most important takeaways, and when they can expect to see results.
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