UAA - Under Armour, Inc.

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
21.26
-0.02 (-0.09%)
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Previous Close21.28
Open21.36
Bid21.41 x 1200
Ask21.42 x 800
Day's Range21.23 - 21.76
52 Week Range15.60 - 24.96
Volume1,067,147
Avg. Volume5,985,064
Market Cap9.021B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.64
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.10
Earnings DateMay 2, 2019
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est20.96
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    [Editor's note: This story was previously published in August 2018. It has since been updated and republished.]Another day. Another hack. Another reason to buy a cybersecurity stock. That has been my motto for the better part of the past few years, as a huge surge in digital data volume globally has been accompanied by an equally large surge in headline cyber attacks. The big one was the Equifax (NYSE:EFX) scandal back in mid-2017, but that incident is far from isolated. Everyone from Under Armour (NYSE:UAA) to Wendy's (NYSE:WEN) to Whole Foods to Uber to Yahoo and U.S. universities has dealt with a cyber attack of some sort over the past several years.Concurrent to the rampant rise in cyber attacks, demand for cybersecurity solutions has burgeoned, and cybersecurity stocks have bounced. The Prime Cybersecurity ETF (NYSEARCA:HACK) is up roughly 20% over the past year, almost double the S&P 500's return of 18%.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsThe pace of these attacks will only increase as more valuable data shifts online over the next several years. As such, demand for cybersecurity solutions will continue to grow and cybersecurity stocks will continue to outperform. * 7 Financial Stocks With Accelerating Growth With that in mind, here's a list of 15 cybersecurity stocks that investors should watch over the next several years. Indeed, I think a few of them could be huge winners: Palo Alto Networks (PANW)When it comes to cybersecurity stocks, the cream of the corp is Palo Alto Networks (NYSE:PANW)."Another day, another hack, another reason to buy a cybersecurity stock" could just as easily read "another day, another hack, another reason to buy Palo Alto Networks stock." In other words, Palo Alto Networks is so big and so good at what it does that the company may as well be a substitute for the entire cybersecurity space.This dominance has manifested itself in a long and steady track record of 20%-plus revenue growth and healthy operating margin expansion, the sum of which has powered a 350% rally in PANW stock over the past five years.Recent numbers are strong, the uptrend remains intact, and analysts remain confident on the stock, so it is all around thumbs up for PANW here and now.Source: Dennis van Zuijlekom via Flickr Fortinet (FTNT)While Palo Alto Networks may be the cream of the corp in this industry, Fortinet Inc (NASDAQ:FTNT) isn't too far behind.This is another really big, really strong cybersecurity company that has a strong track record of 20%-plus revenue growth and strong share price gains. Over the past five years, FTNT is up 300%.Revenue growth isn't slowing at all (up 21% last quarter), implying that despite increased competition, Fortinet continues to ride secular tailwinds in cybersecurity to 20%-plus revenue growth. Thus, so long as cybersecurity tailwinds remain strong, FTNT stock should do well. * 10 Small-Cap ETFs That Pack a Wallop Analysts are worried about valuation here and now, with the stock trading at nearly 50X forward earnings. That does seem a little rich and this stock may be due for a correction in the near future. But thereafter, long-term tailwinds should drive FTNT stock higher.Source: Check Point Software Check Point (CHKP)Another cybersecurity industry titan is Check Point (NASDAQ:CHKP). And, as an industry titan, CHKP stock is a likely winner if cybersecurity tailwinds stay strong.But, CHKP stock has struggled lately. CHKP stock is up just 7% over the past year. A lot of the recent weakness in CHKP stock has to do with anemic revenue growth. Revenue growth was just 2% last quarter, an usually low mark for a cybersecurity giant.Long story short, it looks like competition is weighing on CHKP stock. Thus, go-forward growth prospects, while strong, are muddied by competitive threats. Granted, CHKP stock sports a reasonable valuation at just 20X forward earnings. But, that low valuation runs next to low growth, so the stock really isn't a bargain.Analysts aren't in love with this stock (they see less than 1% upside over the next 12 months), and the chart isn't all that great, either. Thus, while CHKP should head higher in the long run thanks to industry tailwinds, the outlook for the stock in the near- to medium-term is much less promising.Source: David via Flickr (Modified) FireEye (FEYE)I'd lump cybersecurity company FireEye (NASDAQ:FEYE) more into the Check Point pile than the Palo Alto Networks and Fortinet pile.This is a solid company with healthy industry drivers. But, revenue growth isn't robust (just 6% last quarter). Adjusted gross margins are inching higher, but not by much. The company is barely profitable, yet the valuation is fairly sizable at more than 3X trailing sales.As such, FEYE stock doesn't look like a huge winner in the big picture. * 5 Growthy Stocks Trading Below 15X Earnings That being said, there is an argument to buy FEYE stock in the near- to medium-term. Ever since the start of 2016, FEYE stock has been highly cyclical. In that cycle, the stock usually bottoms when the trailing sales multiple hits 3. Right now, we are just above 3. Thus, further weakness in the stock should be expected, but could turn into a medium-term buying opportunity. Proofpoint (PFPT)Proofpoint (NASDAQ:PFPT) is the nascent, hyper-growth player in the cybersecurity space.The company isn't all that big (under $6 billion market cap, versus nearly $20 billion for Palo Alto Networks). But, what this company lacks in size, it makes up for in growth. Revenue growth last quarter was 40%, and it was 40% the quarter before that, too.Because of this massive growth in a rapidly expanding industry, PFPT stock has done quite well. The stock is up nearly 300% over the past five years.Analysts think this stock heads higher. So do I. Growth rates are huge, the valuation is reasonable, and the chart looks good (big buy signal if the stock drops to $110, its 200-day moving average). Imperva (IMPV)There is a lot of noise surrounding Imperva (NASDAQ:IMPV) right now. But, I think that if you zoom out and look at the big picture, this is a cybersecurity company heading in the right direction.IMPV stock got slammed recently because of mixed quarterly numbers that included a big-cut to the full-year guide. The rationale behind the down-guide was that Imperva is transitioning to a subscription model, and that is adversely affecting revenue and profits in the near-term.Longer-term, though, this is the right move. We are entering the subscription economy era. Moreover, Imperva operates in a rapid growth area of cybersecurity (hybrid cloud), and that gives them exposure to huge tailwinds over the next several quarters. * 10 Smart Money Stocks to Buy Now Meanwhile, the valuation on IMPV stock is reasonable at only 4.5X sales. Thus, in a big picture, I think IMPV stock is headed in the right direction. But, IMPV won't be a big winner overnight, so expect some choppiness while Imperva's financials take a near-term hit from the subscription shift.Source: Shutterstock CyberArk (CYBR)Much like Proofpoint, CyberArk (NASDAQ:CYBR) is a cybersecurity company characterized by small scale but big growth.CyberArk is even smaller than Proofpoint (just a $2 billion market cap). But, growth is really big. Last quarter, revenues rose 35% year-over-year, and deferred revenue rose by more than 50%.Also much like PFPT, CYBR stock has been a big winner due to its big growth. Over the past year, CYBR stock is up 80%.Analysts think this run will continue, albeit at a much slower rate. That seems reasonable to me. This stock is slightly more expensive than PFPT, but growing at a slower rate, so if you are searching for growth in the cybersecurity space, I'd pick PFPT over CYBR.Source: Shutterstock Cisco (CSCO)One of the bigger companies on this list, Cisco (NASDAQ:CSCO), is much more than just a cybersecurity company. But, a big part of this company's turnaround narrative is centered on cybersecurity.That part of the Cisco narrative is doing well, and is powering improved financial results. But, Cisco as a whole remains a low-growth business with struggling margins. Moreover, laps are going to get tougher going forward, so slowing revenue growth is a risk this company is looking at it in the near- to medium-term future.That being said, CSCO stock is pretty cheap at just 16X forward earnings, and the chart looks pretty good. * 5 Stocks That Could Be the Next Amazon Big picture, CSCO stock has good, but not great, upside from here. It is a low-risk, low-volatility investment with a cheap valuation. But, it also lacks big-time growth drivers to unlock huge share price appreciation in the long-term.Source: Shutterstock Carbonite (CARB)Although it is one of the smaller names on this list, Carbonite (NASDAQ:CARB) has one of the better growth narratives in all of cybersecurity.This is a company that is positioning itself as a data protection company. Considering the volume of digital data is exploding higher right now on a global scale, data protection is the right niche to dominate over the next several years.Carbonite's numbers are really good. Revenues rose more than 30% last quarter. Gross margins are trending higher. Operating margins, too. Net profits are growing by a whole bunch from a small base.The valuation, meanwhile, isn't all that bad at 4X trailing sales. Plus, the stock is up more than 100% over the past year, and it has a bunch of positive momentum right now. Altogether, CARB stock looks like a winner.Source: Shutterstock Qualys (QLYS)The next cybersecurity stock to watch over the next several years is Qualys (NASDAQ:QLYS).The value prop of Qualys is getting enterprise customers to sign onto their platform, consolidate their security and compliance stacks, and cut IT spend. That is a pretty promising value prop, and a lot of customers are buying into it.Last quarter, revenues at Qualys rose more than 20%. Same with last quarter, and the quarter before that. Gross margins aren't soaring higher, but operating margins are moving higher as big revenue growth is driving opex leverage. * 3 Stocks With Breakout Potential From a valuation perspective, this hyper-growth cybersecurity stock looks fully valued at over 13X trailing sales. That is about as big as it gets in this industry, but Qualys isn't the biggest grower. Thus, going forward, valuation will likely weigh on share price performance.Source: Shutterstock Symantec (SYMC)Of all the stocks on this list, Symantec (NASDAQ:SYMC) is the one that has been under the most pain.SYMC stock is down more than 30% over the past year, mostly thanks to slowing revenue growth, which just turned negative. Considering competition in this space is only intensifying, it is discouraging to see revenue growth already dip into negative territory.That being said, SYMC stock is about as cheap as it gets in this sector. The stock trades at 2.5X trailing sales and 13X forward earnings. Those are pretty cheap multiples for exposure to cyber defense.If the growth trajectory for this company improves, SYMC stock could soar higher. Until then, though, SYMC stock will remain weak. There simply isn't much demand for zero-growth cyber defense stocks.Source: Shutterstock Akamai (AKAM)One cybersecurity stock with a very attractive and multi-faceted growth narrative is Akamai (NASDAQ:AKAM).The Akamai growth narrative is really quite broad. On one end, the company's fastest-growing segment is its Cloud Security solutions. Revenues in this segment are consistently growing around 25% to 35% year-over-year each quarter, and momentum is strong due to the security portfolio including new products.On the other end, Akamai provides solutions that enable the shift from linear content to internet content. This shift is only gaining momentum, and as such, Akamai's growth narrative and numbers are only getting better. * 5 Marijuana Stocks to Watch Valuation is a concern for this stock. 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    Growth was roughly split between Wholesale and Direct-to-Consumer, with DTC accounting for 41% of the business in Q4 (for the year, DTC accounted for 35% of UA's revenues). North America struggled as expected, with revenues contracting 6% year-over-year (well below the high-single digit growth that Nike (NKE) has reported in North America in recent quarters). As a result of this discrepancy, International continues to represent a larger piece of Under Armour's business, accounting for 30% of revenues in the fourth quarter.

  • Motley Fool7 days ago

    When Will Under Armour Get Its Mojo Back at Home?

    International sales and margins grew last quarter, but domestically it keeps losing share.

  • Under Armour Earnings Tripped Up by North American Sales
    Motley Fool7 days ago

    Under Armour Earnings Tripped Up by North American Sales

    The sports apparel and footwear maker is still losing shoe shoppers to rivals in its biggest market.

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  • TheStreet.com8 days ago

    Under Armour Is Edging Closer to an Important Upside Breakout

    In this updated daily bar chart of UAA, below, we can see a broad sideways trading range market but recently the chart has gotten stronger. Volume really jumped and this has turned the On-Balance-Volume (OBV) line up and close to a new high. A new high in the OBV line would be leading the price action.

  • Benzinga8 days ago

    Under Armour Posts Q4 Earnings Beat, But Analysts Unconvinced

    Under Armour Inc (NYSE: UAA ) shares rose after the apparel maker reported a surprise fourth-quarter earnings beat . Still, several Wall Street analysts said in research reports that they're are unconvinced ...

  • Under Armour’s inventory reduction leaves the brand in a stronger position
    MarketWatch8 days ago

    Under Armour’s inventory reduction leaves the brand in a stronger position

    Under Armour says its North American business has stabilized after revenue declines, and inventory control is key for 2019.

  • Barrons.com8 days ago

    Here’s Why Under Armour Stock Could Still Rise

    Margins could be turning around at (UAA) and that could be enough to keep driving the stock higher, UBS’s Jay Sole says. The company reported better-than-expected earnings Tuesday of nine cents per share and $1.39 billion of revenue, which sent Under Armour stock (UAA) up 8%, continuing a rebound. The Canaccord analyst noted ahead of Under Armour’s earnings that sales at the company’s main competitors—Adidas (ADS.Germany), (LULU) (LULU), and (NKE) (NKE)—are growing three to five times faster than at Under Armour.

  • Why Under Armour Stock Won’t Hit $25
    InvestorPlace8 days ago

    Why Under Armour Stock Won’t Hit $25

    Shares of Under Armour (NYSE:UAA) rose sharply on Tuesday after the athletic apparel company reported healthy fourth-quarter numbers which topped revenue and profit expectations. UAA stock price rose 10% on the day and is already giving back some of those gains this morning.Source: Shutterstock UAA stock is now up more than 80% since bottoming out around $12 in late 2017. Some bulls are pounding on the table and saying recent numbers underscore that this big Under Armour turnaround is only halfway done. The numbers actually say otherwise. At its core, Under Armour is an athletic apparel company with staying power in the secular growth athletic apparel industry. But the company is also losing relevance and popularity within that industry. The competition is only getting bigger and better, and Under Armour isn't adapting quickly enough. As such, this will remain a slow revenue growth company with depressed margins for the foreseeable future. * The 7 Best Video Game Stocks to Power Up Your Portfolio! At $22, Under Armour stock is fully priced considering that bleak reality. Potential upside into the end of the year looks limited, and this rally (much like previous rallies towards $25) will likely end with a big drop toward $20.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsThat's a drop worth buying. Until then, the best thing to do with UAA stock is stay away as it closes in on $25. Under Armour's Numbers Weren't That GoodBulls want to rally around the headline Q4 double beat. But, underneath that headline, there were some serious problems with Under Armour's numbers in the quarter. Those problems include: * Revenue growth was just 3% in the quarter, 4% for the year, and expected to be 3.5% next year. Those aren't very strong growth rates, especially for a company with broad exposure to the rapidly growing athletic apparel space. They also don't scream "big turnaround is coming". Instead, with revenue growth set to cool next year, they actually imply that this turnaround is on its last legs. * North America revenues dropped 6% in the quarter. That ends a multi-quarter streak of North America business stabilization, and implies that this business will continue to struggle for the foreseeable future. * While gross margins are expected to rise by 70 basis points next year, the operating profit guide implies less than 70 basis points of expansion on the operating margin line. That's a big hit on the long-term margin expansion narrative, since without falling opex rates, it will be tough for gross margin expansion alone to drive operating margins materially higher in the long run.Overall, while Under Armour's Q4 numbers and fiscal 2019 guide weren't bad, they weren't good either. If anything, they indicate that this company is stabilizing, but that the big turnaround has already happened. Fundamentals Limit UpsideThe model for Under Armour isn't terribly hard.The athletic apparel market globally is growing at a steady 7% annualized rate. Under Armour, a sub-5% revenue growth company, is losing share in that market, and will continue to lose share given the company's inability to transform into a lifestyle brand and penetrate the athleisure market at scale. As such, Under Armour will remain a sub-5% revenue growth company for the foreseeable future.Gross margins will continue to trend higher as the company pushes DTC sales and gets product back into full price distribution channels. But, the lack of opex leverage expected in 2019 is problematic. Opex rates will fall over time. But, not by that much since revenue growth won't be that big. Thus, we are talking slight gross margin expansion and slight opex leverage for the foreseeable future.Overall, Under Armour can probably continue to grow revenues by 4-5%, and improve operating margins to 10% by fiscal 2024.Under those assumptions, $1.30 in EPS seems achievable by fiscal 2024. Based on a Nike (NYSE:NKE) average 25 forward multiple, that equates to a 2023 price target of $32.50. Discounted back by 10% per year, that equates to a fiscal 2019 price target for UAA stock of about $22.Thus, as UAA stock closes in on $25, upside into the end of the year looks limited. Bottom Line on UAA StockUnder Armour is a fine company in a great industry. But, the stock price currently reflects optimism that things will get better. They won't. At best, Under Armour defends its position, and operations stabilize. At worst, competition continues to eat away at Under Armour, and things get worse. * 9 U.S. Stocks That Are Coming to Life Again Consequently, this current rally towards $25 will -- much like prior rallies to $25 -- ultimately end in disappointment for bulls.As of this writing, Luke Lango was long NKE. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * The 7 Best Video Game Stocks to Power Up Your Portfolio! * 7 Forever Stocks to Buy for Long-Term Gains * 5 Self-Driving Car Stocks to Buy Compare Brokers The post Why Under Armour Stock Won't Hit $25 appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • Company News For Feb 13, 2019
    Zacks8 days ago

    Company News For Feb 13, 2019

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  • Under Armour's Sales Fell Off the Pace, but Profits Picked Up Ground
    Motley Fool8 days ago

    Under Armour's Sales Fell Off the Pace, but Profits Picked Up Ground

    Though a challenging competitive environment continues to weigh on sales, efforts to make Under Armour more profitable are paying off.

  • Under Armour (UAA) in Focus: Stock Moves 6.9% Higher
    Zacks8 days ago

    Under Armour (UAA) in Focus: Stock Moves 6.9% Higher

    Under Armour (UAA) saw a big move last session, as its shares jumped nearly 7% on the day, amid huge volumes.