This thread should be kept updated and at the fore-front of this message board. It should and also be a new way for us all to collude upon the truth and hold accountablity regarding analysts and brokerage houses.
S&P MAINTAINS BUY OPINION ON SHARES OF DOMINO'S PIZZA
(S&P Capital IQ) We raise our '13 EPS estimate $0.10 to $2.40, '14's by $0.08 to $2.71, and our target price by $7 to $62, 23X our '14 EPS estimate, a premium to the industry average of 19X. Q1 operating EPS of $0.59, vs. $0.47, beats our $0.54 estimate. Revenues rose 8.6% to $418M, with same-store sales rising 6.2% in the U.S. and 6.5% internationally. We think DPZ is gaining market share due to improved product quality and the value of pizza compared to other food categories. We project same-store sales growth of 3.5% in the U.S., up from our prior view of 2.5%, and higher store openings.
"Subject to the affirmative defenses in paragraph (c) of this section, a purchase or sale of a security of an issuer is "on the basis of" material nonpublic information about that security or issuer if the person making the purchase or sale was aware of the material nonpublic information when the person made the purchase or sale.
In other words, under 10b5-1(b) a person could be liable for insider trading simply by possessing inside information regarding a given security, breaching a fiduciary duty to the source of the information, and then trading it with a self-serving intent, even if he or she would have made the trade anyway. See U.S. v. O'Hagan, 521 U.S. 642, 652 (1997). But it is unlikely the SEC will detect or particularly care about a small trade that would have occurred anyway. A large trade or series of trades that reap unusual benefits for a trader, however, will likely be detected, and it would be difficult to prove that the material non-public information did not contribute to the decision to make the trade."
BUY RATING with a Price Target of $82.69
3 buys and 9 holds from the guys below
ARGUS RESEARCH B OF A M L
BARCLAYS CAPITA FELTL & COMPANY
GOLDMAN SACHS J.P. MORGAN
JANNEY MONT. MORGAN STANLEY
OPPENHEIMER HLD STIFEL NICOLAUS
Date of Rating Rating
Price ($) on
# of Days at
Over Rating Period
14 6/28/13 Hold 59.91 22 Correct 6.1 4.9 Outperform
13 6/12/13 Accumulate 60.02 16 Incorrect -0.2 -1.2 Outperform
12 4/03/13 Hold 51.22 70 Correct 17.6 5.4 Outperform
11 3/08/13 Accumulate 49.88 26 Correct 3.1 0.4 Outperform
10 2/15/13 Hold 45.37 21 Correct 9.9 2.6 Outperform
9 1/23/13 Accumulate 46.65 23 Incorrect -2.7 1.9 Underperform
8 7/02/12 Hold 30.89 205 Correct 51.0 10.2 Outperform
7 5/07/12 Reduce 32.65 56 Correct -5.4 1.2 Underperform
6 3/30/12 Hold 36.98 38 Incorrect -11.7 -3.7 Underperform
5 3/07/12 Accumulate 39.75 23 Incorrect 0.0 4.0 Underperform
I realize it isn't organized but see h ow many times they changed their sentiments? Better off just holding it or selling it, but not listening to them?
Ever wonder why the analyst never speak of what happens and how they manipulate the float with regards to insider ownership and exercising options and selling them?
Are they part of the collusion?
Schaeffer's Daily Option Blog
or are they just misled to write articles and lack sophistication to recognize such things? hmmmn.
Please share such topics of conversation at the dinner table and call them out by name. A general buzz will alert us who want to collude upon the truth vs. those who want to collude upon lies.
VERY LARGE PAY CHECKS FOR A $7.99 PIZZA
Are the analysts of the greatest "game" aka "stealing your money" setting up another coup?
How long until management salary breaks DOMINIO shareholders and profit margin?
Sounds like another team ready to collude with brokers to steal shareholder money?
I know I know collusion doesn't happen.
LIBOR never happened?
Gov./Senator Corzine and his MFS debalcle, why isn't he on a tree?
BP and Shell don't collude?
The SEC will save you?
J. Patrick Doyle
J. Kevin Vasconi
O. Steve Akinboro