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This Just In: Analysts Are Boosting Their NewAge, Inc. (NASDAQ:NBEV) Outlook for Next Year

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NewAge, Inc. (NASDAQ:NBEV) shareholders will have a reason to smile today, with the analysts making substantial upgrades to next year's forecasts. Consensus estimates suggest investors could expect greatly increased statutory revenues and earnings per share, with the analysts modelling a real improvement in business performance.

Following the upgrade, the current consensus from NewAge's two analysts is for revenues of US$510m in 2021 which - if met - would reflect a substantial 105% increase on its sales over the past 12 months. The losses are expected to disappear over the next year or so, with forecasts for a profit of US$0.08 per share next year. Yet prior to the latest estimates, the analysts had been forecasting revenues of US$312m and losses of US$0.09 per share in 2021. It looks like there's been a definite improvement in business conditions, with a revenue upgrade supposed to lead to profitability sooner than previously forecast.

See our latest analysis for NewAge

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Another way we can view these estimates is in the context of the bigger picture, such as how the forecasts stack up against past performance, and whether forecasts are more or less bullish relative to other companies in the industry. The analysts are definitely expecting NewAge's growth to accelerate, with the forecast 105% growth ranking favourably alongside historical growth of 60% per annum over the past five years. By contrast, our data suggests that other companies (with analyst coverage) in a similar industry are forecast to grow their revenue at 6.3% per year. Factoring in the forecast acceleration in revenue, it's pretty clear that NewAge is expected to grow much faster than its industry.

The Bottom Line

The most important thing to take away from this upgrade is that there is now an expectation for NewAge to become profitable next year, compared to previous expectations of a loss. Fortunately, analysts also upgraded their revenue estimates, and our data indicates sales are expected to perform better than the wider market. With a serious upgrade to expectations, it might be time to take another look at NewAge.

Analysts are clearly in love with NewAge at the moment, but before diving in - you should be aware that we've identified some warning flags with the business, such as major dilution from new stock issuance in the past year. For more information, you can click through to our platform to learn more about this and the 1 other warning sign we've identified .

Another way to search for interesting companies that could be reaching an inflection point is to track whether management are buying or selling, with our free list of growing companies that insiders are buying.

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