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Expert Ratings for Burlington Stores

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Analysts have provided the following ratings for Burlington Stores (NYSE:BURL) within the last quarter:

Bullish

0

2

0

0

Somewhat Bullish

0

6

1

1

Indifferent

1

0

1

0

Somewhat Bearish

0

0

0

0

Bearish

0

0

0

0

13 analysts offering 12-month price targets in the last 3 months for Burlington Stores evaluate the company at an average price target of $301.54 with a high of $355.00 and a low of $255.00.

price target chart
price target chart

This current average has increased by 10.14% from the previous average price target of $273.77.

What Are Analyst Ratings?

Analysts work in banking and financial systems and typically specialize in reporting for stocks or defined sectors. Analysts may attend company conference calls and meetings, research company financial statements, and communicate with insiders to publish "analyst ratings" for stocks. Analysts typically rate each stock once per quarter.

Analysts may suggest actions like "buy", "sell", "hold", or similar verbage for each stock based on research compiled from the corresponding company. Analysts who suggest "buy" are telling traders to purchase the stock based on forecasted growth. On the flip side, analysts who suggest "sell" are telling traders to dump the stock because of a similarly forecasted decline. Analysts who suggest "hold" are telling investors that they see short-term or mid-term stagnation and to maintain their positions on the stock.

Some analysts also offer predictions for helpful metrics such as earnings, revenue, and growth estimates to provide further guidance as to what to do with certain tickers. It is important to keep in mind that while stock and sector analysts are specialists, they are also human and can only forecast their beliefs to traders.

Latest Ratings for BURL

Mar 2021

Berenberg

Downgrades

Buy

Hold

Mar 2021

Morgan Stanley

Maintains

Overweight

Mar 2021

BMO Capital

Maintains

Outperform

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