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The S&P 500 stocks have seen their collective yearly sales per share jumped by about 4% on average every year over the past five years. The share price of the index and benchmark for the U.S. stock market ($3,401.20 as of Tuesday) gained 73.7% over the past five years through Sept. 15.
Thus, investors may want to consider the following stocks, as they have performed better than the S&P 500 in terms of a superior five-year revenue per share growth rate.
The Estee Lauder Companies Inc
The first company that meets the criteria is The Estee Lauder Companies Inc
Demographic shifts matter in terms of their implication of tailwinds for businesses and investors. One of the most prominent is the aging population, as we have discussed previously. Meanwhile, we think that the expansive "sheconomy" should be as significant but appears to be less talked about.
This megatrend is underpinned by a combination of several demographic subtrends:
- A growing female labor participation rate.
- An increasing share of single women, whose purchase power generally outperforms the average.
- A narrowing wage gap between genders.
An intuitive approach for investors to look for companies providing products already over-indexed on
For years, big brands led the market higher. Whether it was Procter & Gamble (PG), Nike (NKE), Nestle (XSWS:NESN) or Johnson & Johnson (JNJ), investors flocked to these blue-chip stocks.
The rise of big brands makes sense given the historical paradigm. For decades, distribution, stocking and promotion were expensive activities. Only the biggest were able to compete. And the bigger a brand got, the stronger it became.
Let's use Procter & Gamble's Tide detergent as an example. Consumers love this brand. Since 1949, it's been the leading detergent in the U.S. This isn't necessarily because Tide
The first half of the year has undoubtedly been marked by the health crisis of COVID-19 and its effects on our lives, the economy and the financial markets. To this day, we are still immersed in a deep crisis on many fronts, but it is also true that the months that have passed can give us a minimal perspective to better analyze the situation from different aspects:
- Healthcare : I don't think you expect Bestinver to read this crisis in terms of health, but it is clear that it is the largest in the last 100 years,
Last week, Under Armour (UA)(UAA) reported results for the second quarter of fiscal 2020. Revenue declined by 41% in the quarter to $708 million, led by a nearly 60% reduction in Wholesale revenues as roughly 80% of the locations where Under Armour products can be purchased around the world were closed throughout much of the quarter (direct-to-consumer sales declined 13%, with strength in e-commerce offset by the closure of company-owned doors). While the results were clearly unimpressive, with a further deceleration from the 23% decline in revenues in the first quarter, it was better than the 50% to 60% revenue
U.S. stocks were in the green on Wednesday, with Apple (AAPL) and Nike (NKE) shares pushing up the Dow. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 0.11% to 25,917, the S&P 500 index jumped 0.20% to 3,151 and the Nasdaq Composite Index was up 0.65% to 10,410.
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• Omnicom Group Inc. (OMC) -4.2%
• Corteva, Inc. (CTVA) -3.6%
The main European
On Thursday, Nike Inc. (NKE) reported results for the fourth quarter of fiscal 2020.
Revenue for the quarter declined by nearly 40%, which reflects the impact of retail closures around the world throughout much of the quarter. Revenue declined in all regions in the quarter, with Greater China showing minimal year-over-year growth (up 1%) on a constant currency basis.
The difficult results reflect the impact of Covid-19, which hurt Nike’s results in the third and fourth quarter. That led to a split for the year, with first-half revenues climbing by 9%, offset by a 17% decline in the back half
The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 25,015.55 on Friday with a loss of 730.05 points or -2.84%. The S&P 500 closed at 3,009.05 for a loss of 74.71 points or -2.42%. The Nasdaq Composite closed at 9,757.22 for a loss of 259.78 points or -2.59%. The VIX Volatility Index was higher at 34.81 for a gain of 2.59 points or 8.04%.
For the week, the Nasdaq was down 1.90%, the S&P 500 was down 2.9% and the Dow Jones was down 3.3%. For the year, the Nasdaq has a gain of 8.74%, the S&P 500 is down 6.86% and
Nike Inc. (NKE) released its results for the fourth quarter of fiscal 2020 on June 15 after the market closed. The company’s revenue dropped from the prior-year quarter and fell short of analyst expectations, despite robust digital performance. Earnings also fell short of predictions.
The company, which is known for its athletic shoes and apparel, posted a loss of 53 cents per share in the quarter, down from earnings per share of 62 cents in the prior-year quarter. Revenue of $6.31 billion declined 38% on a year-over-year basis. Analysts had predicted EPS of 9 cents on $7.3 billion
U.S. stocks were in the red on Friday morning, with consumer sentiment for June revised lower to 78.1 in the final June reading. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 2.19% to 25,185, the S&P 500 index lost 1.80% to trade around 3,028 and the Nasdaq Composite Index was down 1.74% to 9,841.
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• NetApp, Inc. (NTAP) +2.4%
• Best Buy Co., Inc. (BBY) +1.4%
• Huntington Bancshares Incorporated (HBAN) -9.5%
• Citizens Financial Group, Inc. (CFG) -9%
• Capital One Financial Corporation (COF) -8.8%
After the closing bell on June 25, Nike Inc. (NKE) reported the earnings results for its fourth quarter of fiscal 2020, which ended on May 31.
Ahead of the earnings release, the stock rallied approximately 3% for the day to close at $101.40 as some analysts increased their price targets on high optimism for digital sales.
Shares dropped approximately 4% to trade around $97 apiece in after-hours trading following the news that the company missed analyst estimates on both revenue and earnings per share.
For the quarter, revenue came in at $6.3
The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 26,156.10 on Tuesday with a gain of 131.14 points or 0.50%. The S&P 500 closed at 3,131.29 for a gain of 13.43 points or 0.43%. The Nasdaq Composite closed at 10,131.37 for a gain of 74.89 points or 0.74%. The VIX Volatility Index was lower at 31.37 for a loss of 0.40 points or -1.26%.
Tuesday’s market movers
U.S. stocks ended with gains Tuesday. Investors were watching uncertainty over the China trade deal after comments from Trade Advisor Peter Navarro suggested there could be problems. Navarro and President Trump confirmed Tuesday that the
The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 26,024.96 on Monday with a gain of 153.50 points or 0.59%. The S&P 500 closed at 3,117.86 for a gain of 20.12 points or 0.65%. The Nasdaq Composite closed at 10,056.47 for a gain of 110.35 points or 1.11%. The VIX Volatility Index was lower at 31.94 for a loss of 3.18 points or -9.05%.
Monday’s market movers
Investors were hopeful for a V-shaped recovery in trading Monday. New York City began its phase two reopening. Across the country, all states moved substantially further into reopening plans with much fewer restrictions. However, coronavirus
How do we find rare high-quality businesses out of the more than 100,000 public companies around the globe?
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The brick-and-mortar retail industry has been among the worst-hit sectors as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. Even with the phased lifting of the lockdown and stores opening up, footfalls continue to be slow.
Footwear and sports apparel retailer Foot Locker Inc. (FL) is one such business, and this showed in its most recent results. The company has re-opened about 45% of its stores and expects business to slowly start picking up in the coming quarters.
After the suspension of dividends, the company is not a yield play for the time being, but I think the management is coping well
“Never let a good crisis go to waste!” Winston Churchill once said.
Churchilll might not have foreseen that his advice would be so widely adopted among stock investors these days. It is indeed true that crises can bring up opportunities, which, in the stock market, could mean attractive prices.
However, will this really turning out to be the case in this oddly-behaving bear market Investors started to feel significant anxiety back in March triggered by the pandemic crisis. The market dropped rapidly before climbing back up nearly as fast.
Even in those “darkest” days of March, stocks in general appeared
Earlier this month, Under Armour (UA)(UAA) reported financial results for the first quarter of fiscal 2020. Revenues in the period declined by 23% year-over-year to $930 million on weakness in apparel and footwear, with Wholesale declining 28% to $592 million and Direct-to-Consumer (DTC) falling 14% to $284 million. Note that the double-digit decline in DTC occurred despite a nearly 30% increase in owned doors count over the past year.
Even though North America was expected to have a tough quarter, it was much worse than anticipated, with revenues in the region falling by nearly 30% to $609 million. To put
Shareholders of Nike Inc (NKE), Danaher Corp (DHR) and Equinix Inc (EQIX) have seen their holdings return more than the S&P 500 index in recent years. The S&P 500 was up 0.2% over the past year, 20.2% over the past three years and 35% over the past five years through May 15.
Wall Street sell-side analysts have aslo issued positive recommendation ratings of overweight to buy for these stocks.
Shares of Nike have increased 5% over the past year, 68% over the past three years and 66.3% over the past five years through May 15, topping the
According to the GuruFocus All-in-One Screener as of April 28, the following consumer cyclical companies are popular among gurus.
The Home Depot
The Home Depot Inc. (HD), which operates home improvement specialty retail stores, has a market cap of $233.9 billion. Its revenue has grown 5.7% over the past ten years.
The company is held by 19 gurus, including Ken Fisher (Trades, Portfolio) with 0.57% of outstanding shares, Pioneer Investments (Trades, Portfolio) with 0.49% and Spiros Segalas (Trades, Portfolio)’ Harbor Capital Appreciation Fund with 0.16%.
As of April 28,
“I always tell students in business school they’d be better off when they got out of business school to have a punch card with 20 punches on it. And every time they made an investment decision, they used up one of their punches, because they aren’t going to get 20 great ideas in their lifetime. They’re going to get five or three or seven, and you can get rich off five or three or seven. But what you can’t get rich doing is trying to get one every day.”