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Canada Goose plunged after it revealed that its earnings are being impacted by ongoing Hong Kong protests. Campus Reform Editor-in-Chief Cabot Phillips joins Yahoo Finance’s Zack Guzman and Sibile Marcellus to discuss on YFi PM.
D.A. Davidson analyst John Morris downgraded Canada Goose from Buy to Neutral, over concerns regarding the wholesale channel possibly slowing down into the next year. Morris lowered their 12-month price target from $48 to $42.
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Canada Goose stock spiked early Wednesday, then reversed sharply lower despite an earnings beat by the luxury parka maker.
While it was a relatively quiet day in the stock market, Wednesday featured several big individual movers. Let's look a few of them as our top stock trades. Top Stock Trades for Tomorrow No. 1: Advanced Micro Devices (AMD)Shares of Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ:AMD) again pushed to new highs. That should come as little surprise, as this name has been displaying strength for quite some time. So have semiconductor stocks as a whole.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsThe recent move has been nothing short of impressive. Shares finally exploded over the $34.30 area, while doing an excellent job consolidating its gains above $36. After forming a short-term wedge (purple lines), the stock is again putting up strong gains.For bulls just joining in, they're a little late to the party. Shares remain overbought and the question now becomes when and how far the stock corrects, not whether it will. * 7 Great High-Yield Stocks With Payouts Over 5% Honestly, it would have been more ideal to see shares correct now. It would unwind the overbought condition, while possible hitting the rising 20-day moving average. I'm looking for the latter to act as potential support when the stock does eventually correct.Otherwise, I'd love to see a test of the $34.30 to $35 area and see former resistance turn to support. Top Stock Trades for Tomorrow No. 2: Canada Goose (GOOS)Canada Goose (NYSE:GOOS) has not had the easiest time as a public company. For all of 2019, the stock has continued to make a series of lower highs, a bearish technical development. On the plus side, the stock was also starting to put in some higher lows over the past few months.That series of higher lows and lower highs formed a wedge pattern (blue lines). Bulls were hoping that shares would breakout of that range, something GOOS stock tried to do last week.With Wednesday's earnings reaction though, shares are resolving lower. Now bulls need to be patient and see where support comes into play. If the June low of $31.67 is taken out, GOOS could be in trouble. Top Stock Trades for Tomorrow No. 3: Fastly (FSLY)Fastly (NYSE:FSLY) shares reported solid earnings last week and erupted higher. However, resistance batted the name lower and discouraged many investors with its lower finish on the day.But on Wednesday, the stock jumped more than 10%, as bulls wrestle for control.Shares are reclaiming the 8-day and 20-day moving averages, and are flirting with a move over downtrend resistance (blue line). $22 has been a tough hurdle for the stock and Wednesday's action is proving as much.Over that mark, the 50-day moving average is the next immediate upside target. Top Stock Trades for Tomorrow No. 4: Datadog (DDOG)Like Fastly, Datadog (NASDAQ:DDOG) stock is jumping higher Wednesday, up over 15% at one point.Unlike FSLY though, DDOG was able to surge to new highs on Wednesday's move. However, that same $41.50 area remains a no-go for the stock at the moment. Now what?Bulls will want to see Datadog hold onto Wednesday's gains, which can be accomplished by holding up over the 78.6% retracement. That should give the stock plenty of cushion for a potential move higher. A drop below Wednesday's low and DDOG would need more time to develop. Top Stock Trades for Tomorrow No. 5: Disney (DIS)I do not usually cover the same stock in a very short period, but Disney's (NYSE:DIS) big rally on Wednesday deserves another look.We told bulls that the must-hold level is the 100-day moving average. DIS did just that, erupting through the post-earnings high on Wednesday and climbing into the mid-$140's. From here, over $145 puts the prior high of $147.15 on the table. Above that and $150 is possible.Bret Kenwell is the manager and author of Future Blue Chips and is on Twitter @BretKenwell. As of this writing, Bret Kenwell is long FSLY and DIS. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 7 Tech Stocks to Buy for the Rest of 2019 * 7 Biotech Stocks to Buy With Plenty of Power in the Pipeline * 5 Stocks to Buy That Are Set for Monster Growth in 2020 The post 5 Top Stock Trades for Thursday: AMD, GOOS, FSLY,Â DDOG, DIS appeared first on InvestorPlace.
Canada Goose Holdings Inc. stock is down 13% in Wednesday trading despite reporting earnings and sales that beat expectations. The outwear company didn't raise its guidance, Wells Fargo analysts note, which raises concerns about near-term performance. "Notably, management explained that the meaningful top-line upside in wholesale was entirely a timing factor," analysts wrote. "Also, direct-to-consumer is expected to face headwinds across the channel due to tough compares in Canada ([the anniversary of] its Montreal and Vancouver store roll outs, two top-performing locations) while Asia will face pressure from both ongoing protests in Hong Kong and lapping its e-commerce platform rollout." Wells Fargo maintains Canada Goose's market perform stock rating until it has more confidence about the wholesale business, though analysts say it is showing strong growth and the ability to further expand internationally. Wells Fargo lowered its price target to C$50 from C$55. Canada Goose shares have lost 42% over the past year while the S&P 500 index is up 13.7% for the period.
Canada Goose Holdings Inc said earlier-than-usual shipments of its parkas and jackets to retailers would hurt its wholesale business in the current quarter and that its Hong Kong store came under pressure from protests in the city. Shares of Canada Goose fell 10% on Wednesday, erasing premarket gains, after the company said third-quarter revenue from wholesale, its biggest business by sales, would decrease in the mid-teens on a percentage basis from a year earlier. "We've shipped so much of our fall/winter order book earlier, which naturally means less shipments in the next quarter," Chief Executive Officer Dani Reiss told analysts on a conference call.
(Bloomberg) -- Canada Goose Holdings Inc. fell on Wednesday after saying that unrest in Hong Kong hurt its business there and that wholesale revenue will decline this quarter. Earlier, the stock had risen, bolstered by sales in Asia.Chief Executive Officer Dani Reiss said performance in Hong Kong, where Canada Goose recently opened a second store, was significantly impacted by protests. The parka maker reported global revenue increased 28% to C$294 million ($221 million) in the fiscal second quarter, outpacing projections. The company didn’t raise its guidance for the full year and reported that inventory expanded. For more details, see here.Key InsightsThe Toronto-based company cited “standout performances in Asia” during last quarter in its statement, but the follow-up comments about Hong Kong sparked a reversal in the shares. Despite the disruptions, demand in China remains strong, the company said.Investors also reacted to a forecast that third-quarter wholesale revenue would decline “in the mid teens,“ as some orders were fulfilled earlier in the season this year. That drop doesn’t mesh well with a 61% jump in inventory that Canada Goose says it’s building up as a buffer to maximize production efficiency. Reiss said there’s no risk of excess because most of the inventory is carried over year after year and sold at full price.Canada Goose posted strong sales growth in the U.S., where it has faced increased scrutiny since going public over the use of coyote fur in its parkas. California became the first U.S. state to ban fur sales in October, with legislation to take effect in 2023.Management has moved to broaden its offerings beyond winter products, adding items such as rain gear and lightweight jackets. The company acquired bootmaker Baffin Inc. for C$32.5 million late last year to begin building a footwear business under the Canada Goose name.Market ReactionU.S. shares of Canada Goose fell as much as 11%, the most intraday in more than five months, to $34.68 in New York. They had lost 11% this year through Tuesday’s close, compared with the 22% gain in the S&P 500 Retailing Index.For company statement, click here.(Updates with inventory and wholesale outlook, share drop)\--With assistance from Janet Freund and Cécile Daurat.To contact the reporters on this story: Sandrine Rastello in Montreal at email@example.com;Kim Bhasin in New York at firstname.lastname@example.orgTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Anne Riley Moffat at email@example.com, Jonathan Roeder, Lisa WolfsonFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.
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The U.S.-listed shares of Canada Goose Holdings Inc. surged 5.3% in premarket trading Wednesday, after the Canada-based luxury outdoor apparel maker reported fiscal second-quarter earnings that rose well above expectations. Net income for the quarter to Sept. 29 increased to CAD$58.0 million ($43.7 million), or CAD55 cents a share, from CAD$52.0 million, or CAD45 cents a share, in the year-ago period. Excluding non-recurring items, adjusted EPS came to CAD57 cents, above the FactSet consensus of CAD43 cents. Revenue grew 28% to CAD$294.0 million ($221.6 million), above the FactSet consensus of CAD$266.8 million. Wholesale revenue rose 22% to CAD$219.8 million, above the FactSet consensus of CAD$193.5 million, and direct-to-consumer (DTC) revenue jumped 47% to CAD$74.2 million to beat expectations of CAD$73.7 million. The company affirmed its fiscal 2020 outlook. The stock has slumped 10.7% year to date through Tuesday, while the S&P 500 has gained 23.3%.
Shares of Canada Goose fell 10% on Wednesday, erasing premarket gains, after the company said third-quarter revenue from wholesale, its biggest business by sales, would decrease in the mid-teens on a percentage basis from a year earlier. "We've shipped so much of our fall/winter order book earlier, which naturally means less shipments in the next quarter," Chief Executive Officer Dani Reiss told analysts on a conference call. Canada Goose - whose products are sold in department stores including Macy's-owned Bloomingdales and Nordstrom Inc - depends largely on its wholesale business, even as it expands its retail and online operations.
Buy Canada Goose on weakness to the semiannual value level at $30.30 and reduce holdings on a rebound to its annual pivot at $42.09.
Investing.com - Canada Goose (NYSE:GOOS) had its feathers ruffled after an earnings call on Wednesday, as the retailer warned that recent protests in Hong Kong will have a significant impact on the current quarter.
Canada Goose goes south Wednesday after the outdoor apparel maker said protests in Hong Kong hurt its business and warned that wholesale revenue will decline.
High-end parka maker Canada Goose warned that earlier winter shipments to retailers will drag on sales in the holiday quarter, pulling shares more than 13 per cent lower. The shift in sales and weakened shopping trends in Hong Kong overshadowed strong results for its September quarter, as Canada Goose easily exceeded forecasts for earnings and revenue. Dani Reiss, chief executive, said on Wednesday he was “really pleased” the group had already shipped much of its fall and winter order book versus last year, but noted the move pulled sales out of the next quarter.
Canada Goose's (GOOS) second-quarter fiscal 2020 results are expected to reflect robust DTC business and healthy demand. However, high costs might have affected its performance.