Sears' Value? Its Real Estate

Although Sears Holdings Corp has taken its knocks, its worth may lay in hedge fund honcho Edward Lampert's ability to turn it around over time and the value of its real estate, according to an article in Barron's.

In its Oct. 22 issue, Barron's said the retailer's real estate has considerable value that is not reflected in the company's share price.

The stock closed at $130.89 on Friday.

Combined with the value of brands such as Kenmore and Craftsman, the company could have a liquidation value of more than $300 a share, Barron's said.

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