Ten analysts currently have active coverage on Wyndham Worldwide (WYN) stock. Of these analysts, 20% have “strong buy” recommendations, 40% have “buy” recommendations, and 40% have “hold” recommendations on the stock.
No analysts have “sell” recommendations on Wyndham stock, according to Reuters.
Analysts have made a few upgrades following Wyndham’s 1Q17 earnings results. Stifel has raised its target price on the stock twice—once from $90 to $108 and again to $110.
SunTrust Robinson Humphrey raised its target price from $95 to $102 and maintained its “buy” rating on WYN. Telsey Advisory Group raised its target price from $100 to $115 on the stock. JPMorgan Chase raised its target price to $115.00 from $97.00 and maintained its “overweight” rating on the stock. On the other hand, Wolfe research reduced its rating on WYN from “peer perform” to “underperform.”
On July 21, 2017, WYN’s consensus 12-month target price was $103.27, higher than its target price of $91 before its 1Q17 earnings and slightly higher than its target price of $101.5 following its 1Q17 earnings.
At its current target price, Wyndham stock has a 0.21% return potential. On the higher side, the stock has a target price of $123. On the lower side, it has a target price of $86.
Investors can gain exposure to the consumer discretionary sector by investing in the iShares Russell 1000 Growth (IWF), which invests ~20.7% in the sector and 0.36% in the hotel industry. This investment includes 0.08% in Wyndham, 0.19% in Marriott International (MAR), 0.08% in Hilton Worldwide Holdings (HLT), and 0.01% in Hyatt Hotels (H).