|Bid||0.00 x 900|
|Ask||100.00 x 900|
|Day's Range||96.57 - 98.61|
|52 Week Range||65.97 - 105.82|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.16 (1.24%)|
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The last few weeks of first-quarter earnings season has been dominated by retailers, from Target (TGT) to Macy's (M). This trend is set to continue, so Zacks has investors covered with three retails stocks that look poised to top quarterly earnings estimates.
As discussed in the previous section, Dollar Tree (DLTR) has an impressive record of growing its top line. In fact, its gross margin has improved for the last seven consecutive quarters. Gross margin stood at 31.6% of sales in fiscal 2017, 80 basis points more than last year.
Dollar Tree (DLTR) will report first-quarter results on May 31. Wall Street has projected a 5.1% year-over-year (or YoY) jump in the company’s top line to $5.6 billion for the quarter. The discount retailer has delivered an impressive streak of quarterly sales growth.
Dollar General (DG) is currently trading at a one-year-forward price-to-earnings ratio of 15.9x, close to the lower end of its 52-week PE range of 14.8x to 20.4x. Since both companies are trading at a discount to their historical averages, which of the two looks poised for stronger performance at the current valuations? As we’ve discussed throughout the series, Dollar General has delivered consistent top-line performance, growing its sales comps for 28 straight years.
Ross Stores (ROST) tops earnings and sales estimates in first-quarter fiscal 2018. The company provides softer-than-expected earnings view for the fiscal second quarter due to increased costs.
Morgan Stanley listed Dollar General (DG) among its 30 high-quality firms with a competitive advantage in their respective sectors.
Dollar Tree (DLTR) is likely to gain from Family Dollar integration and re-banner process along with impressive store-expansion and technological advancements initiatives.
The race for supremacy seems to be heating up with more players adding muscle to their e-commerce and delivery arm with more acquisitions and technological assistance.
Dollar General (DG), the United States’ leading discount store retailer, is slated to report its first-quarter results on May 31. Wall Street has projected stellar 36% YoY (year-over-year) growth in the company’s earnings per share to $1.40 during the quarter. DG outdid Wall Street’s bottom-line expectations in all four quarters of 2017.
As we discussed earlier in this series, Dollar General (DG) is slated to report its first-quarter results on May 31. Wall Street has projected a 10% year-over-year (or YoY) jump in the company’s top line to $6.2 billion. Its top line has grown every quarter over the past ten years.
When Cal Turner Jr. became president of the no-frills Dollar General retail chain in 1977, its founder still cast a long shadow. Cal Turner Sr., the very picture of a seat-of-the-pants entrepreneur, broached the subject of a promotion from behind his bathroom door. “My dad sat on the john,” Mr. Turner writes in “My Father’s Business,” conjuring one of the more memorable moments in the annals of executive succession.
Dollar General (DG) is slated to release its results for the first quarter of 2018 on Thursday, May 31. Wall Street has projected a 36% YoY (year-over-year) increase in the company’s earnings per share (or EPS) to $1.40. After impressive performance in the stock market in 2017, Dollar General’s stock has risen around 4% so far this year.
With that in mind, Morgan Stanley used a long list of metrics to identify 30 stocks that represent their top recommendations for holding over the next three years. See our earlier story for a more detailed explanation of the selection criteria used by Morgan Stanley, as well as about eight other stocks that they recommend.
PVH Corp's (PVH) robust surprise trend is backed by significant momentum at its premium Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger brands. This, along with a favorable view, makes us hopeful of a beat in Q1.
I learned that there’s something wrong with feeling like the smartest person in the room from a man with a third-grade education—from my grandfather Luther, who along with my father founded the Dollar General Corporation, which I headed for 37-1/2 years. It’s with more than a touch of shame that I admit I was embarrassed…
The concept, drawing from pop art, was the supermarket as a great equalizer. The great American supermarket is no longer the equalizer it once was. Then, there is the expanding population that hovers just above or below the poverty line for whom dollar stores will reign supreme.
Retail sales were mostly broad-based in April as Americans ramped up spending on higher wages and fatter paychecks owing to the recent tax cuts.
The earnings season, which is nearing its end, has been quite impressive this time around. However, the show is not over yet. With several retail behemoths including Walmart, Macy’s and Target, queued up to report their quarterly numbers, investors are likely to keep their eyes on the Retail-Wholesale sector’s progress card.Source: Shutterstock
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Investors on the lookout for stocks with the potential for maximum growth and value investing may consider the growth at a reasonable price or GARP strategy.Source: Shutterstock
Dollar General is a true American success story. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous sits down with former Dollar General CEO Cal Turner, Jr. to discuss how the company grew.