Dick's Sporting Goods Inc $ 55.89 1.1 (2.01%)
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The American department store chain has an $713 million market cap. The stock price has risen at an annualized rate of 5.18% over the past decade.
The Peter Lynch earnings line gives the stock a fair price of $65.55.
The company's largest guru shareholder is Pioneer Investments
Dick’s Sporting Goods (DKS) released its first-quarter 2020 financial results on June 2 before the market opened. While the company’s earnings fell short of Zacks Consensus estimates, revenue marginally beat estimates.
Snapshot of the quarter
The Coraopolis, Pennsylvania-based company posted loss per share of $1.21 in the first quarter, which was more than the projected loss per share of $0.62. Revenue of $1.33 billion was down 30.6% on a year-over-year basis but surpassed analysts’ projection by 0.02%.
Comparable store sales plunged 29.5% in the reported quarter. This was driven by temporary store closures.
CEO Edward W. Stack had the following
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Dick’s Sporting Goods Inc (DKS) offers capital growth potential, in my view, after its 53% stock price fall in the past year.
The sporting goods retail chain is improving its store layout, investing in its website and seeking to reduce costs.
The company made changes to its store layout and product displays in its fiscal 2019 fourth quarter. For example, it allocated additional floor space in its stores to products that are relatively popular among its customers. This helps to make its stores more relevant to their local community.
The retailer continued
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Although Dick’s Sporting Goods Inc.'s (DKS) 3% rise over the past year is in line with the S&P 500’s performance, the sports retailer could outperform the index in the long run.
Its online strategy, the increasing size of its competitive advantage and the improvements it is making to its stores suggest its share price undervalues its growth potential.
The company is heavily investing in its e-commerce operations following 21% growth in online sales in the second quarter. It plans to launch a new version of its website in 2020 that should result
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Strategy changes being implemented by Dick’s Sporting Goods Inc. (DKS) could catalyze its financial performance in the long run. The company is aiming to enhance the customer experience, while delivering improved innovation in its private brands. In addition, a greater focus on e-commerce could lead to higher sales as well as a stronger competitive position.
Although the retailer is expected to experience falling sales and margins in the near term, it has an efficiency strategy that could lead to greater financial flexibility. Its low valuation suggests that after matching the S&P 500’s 2% rise in the last year, it could
Shares of Dick's Sporting Goods Inc. (DKS) fell almost 11% on Tuesday after the company posted fourth-quarter earnings of $1.07 per share on $2.49 billion in revenue, reflecting a 6.4% year-over-year decline. The company beat revenue expectations by $10 million.
During the quarter, e-commerce sales grew 17% and represent almost 23% of total net sales, up from 19% in the prior-year quarter.
"We are pleased with our fourth-quarter results," Chairman and CEO Edward W. Stack said. "Our core business performed quite well, as our athletes have responded positively to many of our initiatives,
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The last few years have been a rough ride for Dick’s Sporting Goods Inc. (DKS). The stock was trading at around $60 per share in December 2016, only to slide down to $36 per share, where it trades now.
To make matters worse, the company has been the subject of controversy over management’s decision to ban assault-style firearms from its stores, and to raise the minimum gun-buying age to 21. Is this a value stock that will recover in the long term, or is there no light at the end of the tunnel for this giant of American retail? We
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On Monday, Dick’s Sporting Goods (DKS) reported results in line with expectations for the fourth quarter, but also experienced weakness and troubles in areas of its business.
Dick’s, the largest sporting goods retailer in the U.S., had $116 million in net income, or $1.11 per diluted share, within the company’s target range of $1.05 to $1.117 per diluted share. It also beat last year’s fourth-quarter earnings of $90.2 million, or 81 cents per share.
Net sales totaled $2.66 billion, also increased from $2.48 billion seen in the fourth quarter last year.
In the earnings release, the company’s chairman and CEO,
Firearms manufacturer American Outdoor Brands Corp. (AOBC) reported disappointing third-quarter 2018 earnings after the market closed on March 1, sending shares down more than 20% to hit a 52-week low.
The Springfield, Massachusetts-based company, which makes Smith & Wesson firearms, posted adjusted earnings per share of 9 cents, beating Thomas Reuters’ estimates of 8 cents. The company said its earnings were boosted by a one-time tax benefit of $9.4 million related to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
Quarterly revenue decreased 32.6% to $157.4 million, missing Thomas Reuters’ expectations of $173.2 million.
CEO James Debney