COST - Costco Wholesale Corporation

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
237.05
+0.46 (+0.19%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous Close236.59
Open237.52
Bid232.65 x 1800
Ask240.00 x 2200
Day's Range236.29 - 238.05
52 Week Range180.83 - 245.16
Volume1,852,346
Avg. Volume2,415,706
Market Cap104.274B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.03
PE Ratio (TTM)30.43
EPS (TTM)7.79
Earnings DateMay 30, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield2.28 (0.96%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-02-07
1y Target Est240.78
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Trading Costco Stock Click to EnlargeAfter a solid rally on Friday, March 8, COST stock followed up with an explosive move higher on the following Monday and Tuesday. All told, shares are now up around 8% since reporting earnings. However, according to the relative strength index, the stock price was overbought in the short-term. As shown in the chart above, over the past 12 months this type of condition has tended to put pressure on Costco stock in the short term.If we get that here, I would love to see a few days of sideways action and/or a slight pullback. It would be a very healthy way for Costco stock to digest the big rally. On a pullback, it would be bullish to see the $230 level hold as support and give its 20-day moving average a chance to catch up to the move.If COST stock starts to move higher again, $240 could be a reasonable upside target, with former highs near $245 as the second target. On the downside, I'm watching $230. If it doesn't hold, I want to see the 20-day or uptrend support hold. Below $225 and Costco stock will be concerning from the long side over the short-term.Overall though, it's hard to be too bearish after a rally like this. Analysts Are Boosting EstimatesWe're halfway through Costco's fiscal year and full-year estimates are impressive. Analysts now expect the company to earn $7.92 per share, up 11.7% from last year, with 7.7% sales growth. For next year, consensus expectations call for a deceleration in growth as analysts expect earnings and revenue to grow 7.4% and 6.9%, respectively.It's worth pointing out that current-year estimates of $7.92 per share are up from $7.76 just a week ago. Still, Costco stock trades at a premium, at 29 times this year's earnings. That's in-line with its five-year average, while its forward price-to-earnings ratio of ~27 is roughly in-line as well. 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