Cabela’s Top Line Rose in Fiscal 1Q16: What’s Next?
CAB rose 0.17% to close at $52.28 per share on April 28. Here’s what you need to know.
How Cabela’s Looks next to Peers in Key Metrics
Cabela’s peers have outperformed it based on PBV ratio, but Cabela’s has mostly outperformed its peers based on PE and PS ratios.
An Investor’s Must-Know Guide to Foot Locker
In this series, we’ll analyze Foot Locker’s business, market positioning, and revenue and expense outlook. We’ll also look at investments being made to spur growth.
How Foot Locker Has Stepped Up Inventory Management Efforts
In recent quarters, Foot Locker (FL) has made inventory management a priority. The retailer is targeting faster inventory turns.
A Look at Foot Locker’s Cost Structure, Expanding Profitability
As part of its long-term plan, Foot Locker (FL) has been concentrating on enhancing its profitability margins and focusing on store remodels and improved service and product assortment.
Why Has Foot Locker Stock Been a Sector Outperformer?
Foot Locker (FL) stock has been one of the strongest performers in the retail industry group. The company has generated total annualized returns of 20.5% over the past five years.
What Are Foot Locker’s Future Earnings Growth Expectations?
In fiscal 2017, Foot Locker’s management expects the company to post double-digit growth in EPS (earnings per share). Wall Street analyst consensus is adjusted EPS of $4.73.
How Does Cabela’s Compare to Its Peers?
Cabela’s peers have outperformed the company based on PBV. However, Cabela’s has outperformed its peers based on PE and PS.
Cabela’s Mixed Quarterly Results for 3Q16
Cabela’s reported fiscal 3Q16 revenue of $996.5 million, a rise of 7.6% compared to fiscal 3Q15. Merchandise sales and financial services rose 7.2% and 8.8%, respectively.
How Does Cabela’s Compare to Its Peers after 2Q16 Earnings?
Cabela’s (CAB) has been outperformed by its peers based on PBV (price-to-book value) ratio. However, Cabela’s has mostly outperformed its peers based on PE (price-to-earnings) and price-to-sales ratios.
Dick’s Sporting Goods: Net Sales Rose in Fiscal 4Q15 and 2015
Dick’s Sporting Goods rose and closed at $46.44 per share at the end of the second week of March 2016. In fiscal 2015, it reported net sales of $7,271.0 million.
Why Under Armour Expects Its E-Commerce Business to Rise Fivefold
Under Armour (UA) expects e-commerce sales to be the fastest-growing business over the next few years. The company doesn’t report web sales in dollar terms.
Fairholme Bulks Up its Position in Sears Holdings
Eddie Lampert, chairman and CEO of Sears Holdings, has made it clear that he intends to create value through monetizing the company’s real estate assets.
VF Corporation’s Big 3 And Other Brands In The Making
The company’s three major brands—The North Face, Vans, and Timberland—all reported double-digit growth rates in the quarter.