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The stock of Brinker International (NYSE:EAT, 30-year Financials) appears to be significantly overvalued, according to GuruFocus Value calculation. GuruFocus Value is GuruFocus' estimate of the fair value at which the stock should be traded. It is calculated based on the historical multiples that the stock has traded at, the past business growth and analyst estimates of future business performance. If the price of a stock is significantly above the GF Value Line, it is overvalued and its future return is likely to be poor. On the other hand, if it is significantly below the GF Value Line, its
President, CEO, Pres. Chili's of Brinker International Inc (30-Year Financial, Insider Trades) Wyman Roberts (insider trades) sold 174,326 shares of EAT on 03/23/2021 at an average price of $68.69 a share. The total sale was $12 million.
Brinker International Inc operates casual-dining restaurants. It franchises brands includes Maggiano's and Chili's Grill & Bar. Brinker International Inc has a market cap of $3.01 billion; its shares were traded at around $66.280000 with a P/E ratio of 662.80 and P/S ratio of 0.96. The dividend yield of Brinker International Inc stocks is 0.57%. Brinker International Inc had an annual
In my opinion, Starbucks (SBUX) is well-positioned to ride the Covid-19 economic recovery in its home market, the U.S., as well as in its fastest-growing overseas market, China. For one, the company's high returno on invested capital (ROIC) indicates leadership in profitability.
Additionally, as equity analyst John Zolidis pointed out, Starbucks will be "a beneficiary of the secular theme of share consolidation as small indie players in the U.S. fold and as Luckin wraps-up its operations in China."
Luckin Coffee Inc. (LK) was founded in Beijing in October 2017 and began expanding quickly, evenutally opening one store every 15 hours,
Since 1980, share buybacks have grown exponentially and an increasing number of American companies have shown a preference for repurchasing shares over distributing wealth through dividends. While both are valid avenues for rewarding investors, buybacks provide the added benefit of reducing the outstanding share count of a company, leading to an increase in earnings per share even if net income remains the same.
Source: Harvard Business Review
The billions of dollars pumped by listed companies played an important role in pushing stock prices to record highs as well. The party, however, has come to an abrupt
As of Thursday, the GuruFocus All-in-One Screener, a Premium feature, found that the following restaurants stocks have low price-earnings ratios and have been bought by gurus. While some of them are great value investments, others may need to be researched more carefully, according to the discounted cash flow calculator.
With a market cap of $848 million, Cheesecake Factory Inc. (CAKE) has a price-earnings ratio of 6.62. According to the DCF calculator, the stock has a fair value of $46.05 while trading at $18.87.
The stock has lost 60% over the
Companies that are growing their earnings are often good investments because they can return a solid profit to investors. According to the discounted cash flow calculator as of Thursday, the following undervalued companies have grown their earnings per share over a five-year period.
Rush Enterprises Inc.'s (RUSHA) earnings per share have grown 22.20% per annum over the past five years.
According to the DCF calculator, the stock is undervalued with a 61.21% margin of safety at $47.30 per share. The price-earnings ratio is 10.89. The share price has been as high as $48.42
Casual dining restaurants are adjusting to a new generation of spenders and competition. This has placed immense pressure on many to adjust and pivot their marketing and even their models.
Brinker International Inc. (EAT) still boasts two of America’s most iconic restaurant brands - Chili's Grill and Bar and Maggiano’s Little Italy. In the last 12 months, Brinker generated north of $150 million in net income on $3.1 billion in sales, good for $3.44 per share. It’s also paid out $1.52 in dividends, which is up from the 44 cents in dividends per share it paid out in 2009. The
Companies growing their earnings per share are often good investments because they can return a solid profit to investors. According to the discounted cash flow calculator, the following undervalued companies have grown their earnings over a five-year period.
The earnings per share of Brinker International Inc. (EAT) have grown 6% annually over the last five years.
According to the DCF calculator, the stock is undervalued and is trading with a 37% margin of safety at $47.1 per share. The price-earnings ratio is 17.18. The stock price has been as high as $54.14 and as
Fast-casual dining has exploded in recent years, with a raft of new restaurant chains seeing explosive growth. Unsurprisingly, the rapid rise has attracted a huge amount of investor attention.
The attention has not always been positive, however, especially for some of the original darlings of the sector. Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. (CMG), for example, took a nasty fall in the wake of a health scare and compressing margins, sending the share price down nearly 60% from the high in late 2015.
Buffalo Wild Wings Inc. (BWLD), which we discussed in a previous article, is another high-flier that has taken
According to the GuruFocus All-In-One Screener, the following companies have grown their revenues and earnings over the past several years.
Lincoln National Corp.Â (LNC) has a five-year annual revenue growth rate of 11% and a five-year annual earnings per share (EPS) growth rate of 33%. The stock is trading with a price-earnings (P/E) ratio of 13.1 and has a positive six-month return of 20.4%.
The insurance company has a market cap of $18.46 billion and an enterprise value of $21.85 billion.
GuruFocus gives the company a profitability and growth rating of 6 out of
While gurus hold positions in these companies, the stock price and returns continue to fall. These are the worst-performing stocks over the past three months with a long-term presence in more than four gurus’ portfolios.
Carrizo Oil & Gas Inc. (CRZO) had a negative performance of 40% over the past six months.
The oil and gas producer has a market cap of $1.4 billion. The stock is trading with price-sales (P/S) ratio of 1.94. The price of $17.24 is 60.78% below its 52-week high and 55.32% above its 52-week low. Over the past 10
Brinker International Inc. (EAT), Buffalo Wild Wings Inc. (BWLD), Taubman Centers Inc. (TCO) and GameStop Corp. (GME) have declined to their three-year lows.
Brinker International declined to $31.24
The price of Brinker International shares declined to $31.24 on Sept. 1, which is only 0.7% above the three-year low of $31.01.
Brinker International is an American international hospitality industry company that owns the restaurant chains Chili’s and Maggiano’s Little Italy. The company currently owns, operates or franchises 1,629 restaurants under the names Chili’s Grill & Bar and Maggiano’s Little Italy worldwide.
Brinker International has a market cap of $1.51 billion; its
As we are reaching new highs on the Dow and S&P 500, some companies still cannot catch the tide. Two in particular are Brinker International Inc. (EAT), which is down 17% since the election, and DineEquity Inc.Â (DIN), which is off over 21% in the same time.
For some background, Brinker International is the owner Chili’s and Maggiano’s restaurants with over 1,600 locations. DineEquity owns Applebee's and the International House of Pancakes and has over 3,700 locations across the brand. Make no mistake about it, both are brands. That is why the recent drop in the two companies’ stock price
According to the GuruFocus All-in-One Screener, the following stocks have a high dividend yield but performed poorly over the past 12 months.
Cal-Maine Foods Inc.’s (CALM) dividend yield is now 2.84% with a payout ratio of 6.27%. Over the past 52 weeks however, the stock's price dropped 12.8% and it is now trading with a Â price-earnings (P/E) ratio of 210.3 and a price-sales (P/S) ratio of 1.6.
The company, which has a market cap of $2.04 billion, and is a producer and marketer of eggs in the U.S. The company's main business is the production, grading, packaging, marketing
Published Jan. 28 by Bob Ciura
The restaurant industry was arguably the most eager to wave goodbye to 2016. Last year was a terrible one for casual dining.
The restaurant industry closed the year on a particularly weak note: December sales fell 4.3%, the industry’s worst performance in three years.
The good news is that declining share prices across the industry have presented investors with some cheap stocks. It may be time to go bargain hunting, as many stocks sport PE ratios in the teens, with 3% to 5% dividend yields.
However, not all restaurant stocks are a bargain—investors
Investing alongside activist investors can be a tantalizing proposition. There are few outright bargains in the market now and a company that is trading cheaply with a definite catalyst in an activist investor gaining control can be very appealing. We have invested alongside activists several times over the years. We have had our successes and failures, so we want to share three rules we have developed over time that we believe increase the odds of an investment alongside an activist being a success.
1. Try to buy at a similar price as the activist
This is probably our most important
Below please find the introduction to a full-length report on Brinker International Inc. (EAT) that was recently featured in Boyar Research's flagship publication Asset Analysis Focus.
Brinker International Inc. (EAT) is one of the world's leading casual dining restaurant companies.
As of March, Brinker owned, operated or franchised 1,647 restaurants under the Chili’s Grill & Bar (1,596 restaurants: 946 company-owned and 650 franchised) and Maggiano’s Little Italy (51 company-owned) banners. During fiscal year 2015, Brinker generated $3 billion in revenue from three sources including Chili’s company-owned restaurants (83.4% of fiscal year 2015 revenues), Maggiano’s (13.4%) and franchise and other
According to GuruFocus Insider Data, the recent CFO buys were: Kingsway Financial Services Inc. (KFS), York Water Co. (YORW) and Brinker International Inc. (EAT).
Kingsway Financial Services: COO, CFO and EVP William August Hickey Jr. bought 314 shares
On April 15, COO, CFO and EVP William August Hickey Jr. bought 314 shares at a price of $4.76 per share. The price of the stock has decreased by 2.73%. Kingsway has a market cap of $91.26 million, and its shares traded around $4.63 Monday. The company has a P/E ratio of 601.32 and P/S ratio of 0.58.
Kingsway announced its 2015
Mid-cap stocks are often overlooked by investors and not widely covered on Wall Street or many financial websites and blogs. I consider it a mistake because there are many mid-size companies that are attractive long-term investment opportunities.
Moreover, in the general sense, smaller companies tend to have more room to grow than their larger more well-known counterparts. Consequently, if a larger total return is part of your investment objectives, then high quality growing mid-caps might be just the ticket.
Although mid-caps generally have more room to grow, not all mid-caps are growing enterprises. In fact, mid-cap companies can be found
We first bought shares of Darden Restaurants (DRI) back in October 2014 when Starboard was victorious in its proxy fight to replace all of Darden’s board of directors. Since then the new management has done a fantastic job of improving the business. Initially we categorized our investment as riskier than average. It’s not that we didn’t believe in the new management team, it’s just that turning around a group of restaurants is inherently a tough business. However, with the turnaround well under way and Darden becoming a much more stable business, we have added the stock to our dividend portfolio.