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The Joint Corp. (United States) engages in the development, ownership, operation, support and management of chiropractic clinics. Read More It operates through two segments: Corporate Clinics and Franchise Operations. The Corporate Clinics segment comprises of the operating activities of the company owned or managed clinics. The Franchise Operations segment includes the operating activities of the franchise business unit. The Joint was founded by Fred Gerretzen, Charles Barnwell, John Leonesio, Todd Welker, Barbara Holland, Steven P. Colmar, Craig P. Colmar, and Richard Rees on March 10, 2010 and is headquartered in Scottsdale, AZ.
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Seeking AlphaMay 23
The Joint: Price 'Adjustment' Incoming - 65% Downside On Busted Unit Economics
JYNT needs a serious "adjustment" - we expect this stock to retrace all of its run from its IPO price. TP=$6.00 - 65% downside. In March 2019 Zarco Law, a firm known for aggressive litigation against franchisors, showed up on JYNT's doorstep, highlighting the fracture in relationship between franchisees and JYNT. In 2018, franchise calculus flipped on its head and JYNT disclosures now suggest that independent chiropractors are better off working on their own rather than starting a JYNT franchise. Bulls h...
Seeking AlphaMay 14
The Joint: Wind At Its Back
Shares have skyrocketed since my recommendation to buy in May 2016. In a decade-long bull market, scantly covered micro-cap stocks can fly under the radar. That could be true for The Joint Corp. (JYNT), which has seen its share price steadily rise since I recommended buying shares in a May 2016 article entitled Time To Own The Joint. Source: Google Finance The Joint is one of the few micro-cap stocks I've purchased in the last few years, mainly because the business model is sound, the future looks bright...
Yahoo FinanceMay 13
MOH vs. JYNT: Which Stock Is the Better Value Option?
Investors interested in stocks from the Medical - HMOs sector have probably already heard of Molina (MOH) and The Joint Corp. (JYNT). But which of these two stocks offers value investors a better bang for their buck right now? We'll need to take a closer look. The best way to find great value stocks is to pair a strong Zacks Rank with an impressive grade in the Value category of our Style Scores system. The proven Zacks Rank emphasizes companies with positive estimate revision trends, and our Style Scores ...
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