|Bid||41.60 x 3000|
|Ask||41.68 x 900|
|Day's Range||41.65 - 42.13|
|52 Week Range||34.81 - 44.10|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.05|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.64%|
Consumer discretionary ETFs have had a stellar run in the 10-year old bull market, having beaten the S&P 500. Will the rally continue?
General Motors’ Q4 Earnings Preview(Continued from Prior Part)General Motors’ revenuesIn the third quarter, General Motors (GM) revenues were ~$35.8 billion—up ~6.4% from $33.6 billion in revenues in the third quarter of 2017. The company’s
What Do Analysts Expect of Ford’s Q4 2018 Earnings?(Continued from Prior Part)Ratings on Ford stockAccording to the latest data compiled by Reuters, 66% analysts covering Ford Motor Company (F) stock have given it “hold” recommendations.
What Do Analysts Expect of Ford’s Q4 2018 Earnings?Ford’s fourth-quarter earnings Ford Motor Company (F), the second-largest US automaker by 2018 vehicle sales volumes, is set to release its fourth-quarter earnings results on January 24. Before
In November, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ (FCAU) US vehicle sales totaled 181,310 units, ~17.0% higher than its US sales of 154,919 units in the same month of 2017 and ~2.2% up from the 177,391 units it sold in October.
First Trust Advisors L.P. announces the declaration of distributions for 128 exchange-traded funds advised by FTA.
AutoZone’s (AZO) performance is mainly divided into two business segments: DIY (do it yourself), or Retail, and DIFM (do it for me), or Commercial. The DIY segment targets retail customers and yields higher margins than DIFM. For AutoZone, DIY is a major business segment, and it’s focused on the sale of auto parts to customers without the provision of a mechanic’s assistance to fit or change those parts.
Italian-American auto giant Fiat Chrysler (FCAU) has seen its stock rise 12.4% this month after falling 13.7% in October. In 2017, Fiat Chrysler impressed investors by returning a solid 96.4%, the highest return among auto stocks (FXD). After gaining 15% in the first quarter, its stock fell 7.9% and 7.3% in the second and third quarters, respectively. However, FCAU still outperformed peers—General Motors (GM), Ford (F), and Tesla (TSLA) fell 14.5%, 16.4%, and 22.8% in the third quarter.
In this series, we have looked at how Advance Auto Parts stock has outperformed the broader market and its direct peers in 2018 so far. These peers include O’Reilly Automotive (ORLY) and AutoZone (AZO). Thanks to the industrywide recovery in auto parts demand, AAP’s sales are expected to improve in the third quarter. Now, let’s move on by looking at analysts’ estimates for Advance Auto Parts’ profit margin for the third quarter.
In the second quarter, Advance Auto Parts (AAP) reported adjusted EPS of $1.97, an increase of about 24.7% from the company’s adjusted EPS of $1.58 in the third quarter of 2017.
Being a luxury carmaker, Ferrari strives to attract target consumers with its advanced vehicle design and power. This strategy differentiates Ferrari’s business model from other automakers (FXD) including General Motors (GM), Ford (F), and Fiat Chrysler (FCAU). During its third-quarter earnings event, Ferrari’s management confirmed guidance to ship more than 9,000 car units globally.
In the third quarter, Ferrari (RACE) reported net revenue of 838 million euros, or ~$956 million. During the third quarter, Ferrari’s shipments to all its key markets rose on a YoY basis. In 2017, Ferrari’s revenue went up 10% YoY to 3.41 billion euros, or $4.05 billion.
As of November 1, General Motors (GM) stock was trading at $36.47. Since posting its all-time high near $46.76 in October 2017, the stock has lost about 22.0%. Immediate support lies near the $32.30 price level, followed by a key support near the swing low of $30.50. Only an early violation of the immediate support of $32.30 could extend short-to-medium-term weakness in the stock.