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Stitch Fix reported quarterly earnings that beat expectations on the top and bottom line. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith and Melody Hahm discuss.
Stitch Fix reported earnings the stock is up and even before this report, it's gained 46% so far this year. Yahoo Finance’s Dan Roberts, Scott Gamm and Anjalee Khemlani discuss on YFi AM.
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Stitch Fix (SFIX) shares have started gaining and might continue moving higher in the near term, as indicated by solid earnings estimate revisions.
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Online clothing retailer Stitch Fix this week announced strong first fiscal quarter results and “strategic leadership changes” that include the addition of Elizabeth Spaulding as president starting in January and the exit of CFO Paul Yee. Stitch Fix (Nasdaq: SFIX), which draws on a customer-created personal style profile to curate and send clients a box of clothes for their review, enjoyed a revenue uptick of 21 percent for the quarter ended Nov. 2. The company also reported an active client base of 3.4 million, an increase of 17 percent year over year, and revenue growth per active client of 10 percent year over year.
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Stitch Fix Inc (NASDAQ: SFIX) shares are surging after reporting a first-quarter earnings and sales beat. Stitch Fix earnings came in flat, beating estimates by 6 cents per share. The company reported quarterly sales of $444.8 million, which beat the analyst consensus estimate of $441 million.
The Dow Jones was mostly unchanged along with the other major stock indexes Tuesday, but Apple and semiconductor stocks outperformed.
The stock opened higher by 8.5% and rallied on optimism from the company's latest earnings report. Because the move happened in a session where Stitch Fix would report its quarterly figures after the close, many were apprehensive to trust the move though. Stitch Fix stock has been a highly volatile name, with multiple swings of 40% both up and down over the past 12 months.
Much like Elastic in recent weeks, Stitch Fix's stock was hammered earlier this year amid concerns about competition from Amazon.
(Bloomberg) -- Stitch Fix Inc. shares rallied on Tuesday, after the clothing-subscription company gave a profit forecast that beat expectations.Analysts were broadly positive on the results, with a number of firms raising their share price targets. Wall Street was particularly optimistic about the company’s direct buy program, which is expected to add a tailwind to revenue growth. Telsey Advisory Group found “a lot to like” in the quarter, but singled out direct buy, which has shown “early signs of success in supporting revenue per customer growth.”The stock gained as much as 14%, with shares recovering much of the ground they have lost over the past several months. While shares remain 15% below a closing peak hit in late June, they have jumped more than 50% since an October low.Here’s what analysts are saying about the results:Telsey Advisory Group, Dana Telsey“There is a lot to like” in the results, including customer growth and “a continued acceleration” in revenue per customer.Direct buy has shown “early signs of success in supporting revenue per customer growth, while the inventory optimization algorithm has led to better success rates and supported the gross margin improvement.”Outperform rating, price target raised to $33 from $29.SunTrust Robinson Humphrey, Youssef SqualiThe results “show strong execution” while the guidance “imply sustainable positive trends” over the short and medium term.Direct buy is “driving incremental demand and profits, and setting up SFIX for a 15%+ revenue CAGR for the next 5 years.”Buy rating, price target raised to $38 from $36.KeyBanc Capital Markets, Edward YrumaStitch Fix’s inventory optimization algorithm is “driving strong financial performance,” while direct buy “remains an important top-line driver.”Overweight rating, $34 price target.William Blair, Ralph Schackart“Management is executing well on expanding the service offering,” and the better-than-expected profitability is encouraging.“While the stock remains relatively inexpensive on traditional metrics,” the firm still sees risk surrounding active client growth.Market perform rating.Piper Jaffray, Erinn MurphyStitch Fix’s EBIT margins remain “well below the LT target of 10%-12%,” despite gross margins approaching long-term targets.The direct buy program “still has some friction points,” and Piper “will be monitoring how scaling Direct Buy impacts the balance between new customer growth vs. spend per customer and how effectively it can engage lapsed customers.”Neutral rating, price target raised to $22 from $16.(Updates stock to market open in third paragraph)To contact the reporter on this story: Ryan Vlastelica in New York at firstname.lastname@example.orgTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Catherine Larkin at email@example.com, Steven Fromm, Divya BaljiFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.
Stitch Fix (SFIX) reports better-than-expected results in first-quarter fiscal 2020, backed by gains from the direct-buy initiative and active client growth.
Dow futures and Apple fell as the stock market still awaits China trade war clarity from President Trump on Dec. 15 tariffs. MongoDB, Stitch Fix, Boeing and AutoZone moved on news.
Stitch Fix reported strong quarterly numbers after the close on Monday, continuing my belief in the trend of big-box and niche retailers having the eye and wallet of the consumer. In terms of what worked and what didn't, you'd be hard-pressed to find something that wasn't clicking for Stitch Fix in the first quarter of fiscal year 2020 (July). Free cash flow was $20 million.
Stitch Fix reported surprise beats for the firm's fiscal first quarter in terms of earnings and revenue. For the quarter reported, Stitch Fix posted net income of -$178K, or EPS of $0.00 once rounded. Bear in mind though that this sales growth of 21.5% was indeed the slowest growth this firm has experienced since going public in late 2017.
Stocks end lower Tuesday after a report says the U.S. and China are working toward an agreement to delay tariffs scheduled to kick in on Dec. 15.
The online clothing group posted stronger-than-expected first-quarter earnings following its recent move towards 'direct buy' strategies. Stitch Fix reported a breakeven quarter, topping Street forecasts of a 6 cent loss as revenues rose 21% from the same period last year to $445 million and active clients on the group's platform jumped 17% to 3.4 million. A notable portion of that gain, however, was linked to the launch of two new "direct buy" offerings -- Shop Your Looks and Shop New Colors -- that both supported inventory clearance and leveraged group expenses, reported TheStreet's Martin Baccardax.
Stitch Fix's move into 'direct-buy' offerings, including Shop Your Looks and Shop New Colors, has given the online clothing group's shares new momentum.