DPZ - Domino's Pizza, Inc.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
276.45
-6.97 (-2.46%)
At close: 4:02PM EDT
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Previous Close283.42
Open282.28
Bid272.13 x 1000
Ask276.76 x 1200
Day's Range271.61 - 282.46
52 Week Range231.28 - 305.34
Volume1,336,442
Avg. Volume976,419
Market Cap11.353B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.96
PE Ratio (TTM)32.33
EPS (TTM)8.55
Earnings DateJul 17, 2019 - Jul 22, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield2.60 (1.01%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-06-13
1y Target Est301.63
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  • Domino's CEO: We need 25,000 stores by 2025 to accomplish our objectives
    CNBC Videos2 days ago

    Domino's CEO: We need 25,000 stores by 2025 to accomplish our objectives

    "It's all part of our strategy to fortress the markets that we operate in, which brings a lot of benefits," CEO Ritch Allison says.

  • To accomplish objectives, we need 25,000 stores by 2025: Domino's CEO
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    To accomplish objectives, we need 25,000 stores by 2025: Domino's CEO

    "It's all part of our strategy to fortress the markets that we operate in, which brings a lot of benefits," CEO Ritch Allison says.

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  • Analyzing Domino’s Valuation Multiple
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    Analyzing Domino’s Valuation Multiple

    How Did Domino’s Pizza Fare in Q1?(Continued from Prior Part)Valuation multiple Domino’s Pizza’s (DPZ) strong first-quarter earnings drove the company’s stock price, which increased its valuation multiple. As of April 24, Domino’s was

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  • Benzinga17 hours ago

    Highlights From Domino's CEO's Chat With Cramer

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  • 3 Reasons to Cash Out on McDonald’s Stock
    InvestorPlace18 hours ago

    3 Reasons to Cash Out on McDonald’s Stock

    Although I can understand the longer-term case for McDonald's (NYSE:MCD), I've never in my adult years liked their food. However, curiosity got the better of me in recent months, and I decided to give their offerings a chance. Surprisingly, my InvestorPlace colleague Will Ashworth was right: their food has improved significantly, which theoretically bolsters the case for McDonald's stock.Source: Shutterstock Actually, it's not theoretical at all. Just pull up a recent chart of MCD stock, which proves that many investors are loving it. Since the beginning of this year, shares have jumped decisively into double-digit territory. Granted, the fast-food giant suffered turbulence early into 2019, but since mid-February, MCD gained more than 8%.At the same time, McDonald's stock has risen against significant headwinds. Millennials no longer care about the brand, and demographically, this circumstance will likely worsen. Among burger joints, the "Golden Arches" is losing out to Wendy's (NASDAQ:WEN) from a consumer sentiment standpoint. Finally, other fast-food brands like Domino's Pizza (NYSE:DPZ) compete fiercely for those fickle consumer dollars.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips * 7 Tech Stocks With Too Much Risk, Not Enough Upside Seemingly, if there's any time to sell MCD stock into strength, it's right now. And that's exactly what I'm going to tell you. Here are three reasons why: Shrinking Markets Will Strangle McDonald's StockIn my studies regarding technical analysis, one of the clear signs to watch out for is lack of confirmation. Typically, if shares rise, you want to see volume lift higher accordingly. If not, you have a mismatch: the volume is not confirming the bullishness in the share price.With McDonald's stock, we have a similar dynamic. Indeed, shares have been rising while overall volume levels have declined. But I'm more interested in the fundamentals not matching technical enthusiasm. For me to get interested in MCD at this juncture, I need to see a viable growth plan. Unfortunately, I see the opposite.Most people who follow MCD stock realize that annual revenues have steadily declined for the better part of this decade. Of course, this is to be expected as management wrestles with a changing landscape in the fast-food industry.What isn't expected, though, is that the iconic burger joint hasn't made progress in any market. Since 2013, the domestic segment revenue is down more than 13%. Leading international markets are down 11%. High-growth regions are down more than 43%. Finally, what MCD calls foundational markets and corporate sales are down nearly 52%.The one small exception is leading international markets since 2016, which has produced modest sales growth of 5.3%. But that's just too pedestrian to justify the soaring McDonalds stock price. No Viable Opportunities with MillennialsI have some simple math for you, not the fuzzy kind that former President George W. Bush likes: millennials represent the largest demographic in the U.S. labor force. If you're going to win in any retail segment, you must win over millennials.But as I previously mentioned, the McDonalds brand hasn't remained relevant. But it's not just about the failure to bring customers into their stores, which is already bad enough. Instead, the company no longer has social cachet.According to a Quartz article from two years ago, only 20% of millennials have ever tried a Big Mac. If you're one of the 20%, the Big Mac is the company's marquee burger. Do I have to even have to explain what that tells you about the longer-term challenges awaiting McDonald's stock?If that's the case with millennials, what about the incoming Generation Z? Furthermore, as millennials start having babies, those future consumers will likely not care at all about the fast-food icon. Of course, that's way down the road, but you get my point: If you can't win the young market, it's unlikely you'll resonate with the younger market. Signature-Crafted Volatility for MCD StockJust recently, management made a startling announcement: they're getting rid of their signature-crafted burgers. Instead, they'll focus on simpler (i.e., cheaper) quarter-pounder options. * The 10 Best Cheap Stocks to Buy Right Now Earlier, when I said that I tried their food for the first time in a long time, I was referring to the signature-crafted burgers. Especially for a fast-food joint, they're a cut above the competition. I was genuinely impressed. However, it doesn't matter what I think if other customers aren't buying them.Of course, management put their corporate spin on the issue. They're claiming that they're focusing on what their customers want, which is great. The problem here is that MCD tacitly admitted that their consumer base is declining. Worse yet, their efforts to capture the youth market have failed.I'm not saying that MCD stock is a bad investment. What I am saying is that it's a bad investment at over $190 a pop. The company needs a compelling growth narrative to have me interested. Right now, it does have such a narrative, but only for the bears.As of this writing, Josh Enomoto did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 7 Dividend Stocks That Could Double Over the Next Five Years * 6 S&P 500 Stocks Ready to Break Out * 5 Mining ETFs to Dig Into Compare Brokers The post 3 Reasons to Cash Out on McDonald's Stock appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • What Drove Domino’s Earnings in Q1?
    Market Realist20 hours ago

    What Drove Domino’s Earnings in Q1?

    How Did Domino’s Pizza Fare in Q1?(Continued from Prior Part)First-quarter performanceDuring the first quarter, Domino’s Pizza (DPZ) posted an adjusted EPS of $2.20, which beat analysts’ EPS expectation of $2.09. The company’s EPS rose 10%

  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents20 hours ago

    Edited Transcript of DPZ earnings conference call or presentation 24-Apr-19 2:00pm GMT

    Q1 2019 Domino's Pizza Inc Earnings Call

  • Domino's (DPZ) Q1 Earnings Surpass Estimates, Shares Up
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    Domino's (DPZ) Q1 Earnings Surpass Estimates, Shares Up

    Domino's (DPZ) top line gains from higher supply chain volume, robust same store sales and increase in store counts both in the U.S. and international markets.

  • Domino’s Q1 Revenues Fell Short of Analysts’ Expectations
    Market Realist21 hours ago

    Domino’s Q1 Revenues Fell Short of Analysts’ Expectations

    How Did Domino’s Pizza Fare in Q1?(Continued from Prior Part)First-quarter performance For the first quarter, Domino’s Pizza (DPZ) posted revenues of $836 million, which fell short of analysts’ expectation of $849.6 million. The

  • Domino’s Stock Rose after Its Q1 Earnings Beat
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    Domino’s Stock Rose after Its Q1 Earnings Beat

    How Did Domino’s Pizza Fare in Q1?First-quarter performanceDomino’s Pizza (DPZ) posted its first-quarter earnings on April 24. For the quarter ending on March 24, the company posted an adjusted EPS of $2.20 on revenues of $836.0 million. The

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  • Domino's CEO: We need 25,000 stores by 2025 to accomplish our objectives
    CNBC2 days ago

    Domino's CEO: We need 25,000 stores by 2025 to accomplish our objectives

    "It's all part of our strategy to fortress the markets that we operate in, which brings a lot of benefits," CEO Ritch Allison says.

  • Domino's Pizza Inc (DPZ) Q1 2019 Earnings Call Transcript
    Motley Fool2 days ago

    Domino's Pizza Inc (DPZ) Q1 2019 Earnings Call Transcript

    DPZ earnings call for the period ending March 24, 2019.

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  • Domino's Pares Gains After Earnings Beat But Revenue, Comps Miss
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    Domino's Pares Gains After Earnings Beat But Revenue, Comps Miss

    Domino's Pizza on Wednesday reported first-quarter earnings that easily topped forecasts despite falling short on revenue and U.S. same-store sales. Domino's stock rose early.

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  • 7 Dividend Stocks That Could Double Over the Next Five Years
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    7 Dividend Stocks That Could Double Over the Next Five Years

    I saw article recently that caught my attention. The subject was dividend stocks, and it highlighted 32 that could double in value over the next five years. Who wouldn't want to read this kind of article? Heck, ya. Where do I sign?Using the Rule of 72, to double in value in five years a stock's got to deliver an annualized total return of 14.4%. That sounds easy enough. InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsCare to guess how the S&P 500 performed over the past five years? I'll save you time. The SPDR S&P 500 ETF (NYSEARCA:SPY) had an annualized total return of 11.3% over the past five years through April 22. The Invesco S&P 500 Equal Weight ETF (NYSEARCA:RSP), the equal-weight version of the S&P 500, generated an annualized total return of 9.6%, 170 basis points less than SPY and 480 basis points less than a 14.4% total return needed. So it's going to be difficult to find seven stocks that pay a dividend and can appreciate at a double-digit pace. And to make the task even more difficult, I'm going to find seven dividend stocks that doubled in price over the past five years and look ready to do it again over the next five. * 10 Stocks to Sell Before They Give Back 2019 Gains Here goes nothing. Domino's Pizza (DPZ)Source: Shutterstock 5-Year Annualized Total Return: 29.4%Dividend Yield: 0.9%Domino's Pizza (NYSE:DPZ) is having an off year. It's only up 7.5% year to date (including dividends) through April 22. It hasn't had an annual total return of less than 19% in the past decade, let alone the past five years. What's wrong with DPZ stock, I ask somewhat facetiously? Not much. Domino's reports Q1 2019 earnings April 24 and they're expected to be good. Over the past four quarters, DPZ had beaten the consensus estimate on three occasions, averaging a beat of 5.1% per quarter. In Q1, analysts expect earnings per share of $2.08, eight cents higher than a year earlier. On the bottom line, analysts see Domino's increasing sales by 7.7% in the first quarter to $846 million. A growth rate on par with last year's first-quarter report. In terms of same-store sales, it's expected to deliver 6.5% growth, 90 basis points higher than in the fourth quarter. The first quarter will be Domino's 101st consecutive quarter of same-store sales growth.With technology driving Domino's business in the years ahead, I'm confident that DPZ will make my list of repeat offenders. Microsoft (MSFT)Source: Mike Mozart Via Flickr5-Year Annualized Total Return: 26.7%Dividend Yield: 1.4%I don't think there's any question Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) is a much-improved company since CEO Satya Nadella took the helm in February 2014. I recently said as much, suggesting Microsoft is a much more focused company than it was five years ago. And what shareholder can forget the fact a $10,000 investment in 2014 is worth $32,650 today? Unfortunately, if Nadella doesn't get the company's workplace culture under control, it might be all for naught. "Microsoft's lawyers have denied that the company systematically discriminates against women, and pointed out that the federal government has conducted nearly two dozen pay discrimination audits based on the company's work as a contractor. The audits only resulted in one violation, according to evidence provided in court records," wrote Vox contributor Alexia Fernandez Campbell April 11. I'm inclined to believe that Nadella's smart enough to know how important it is to make women comfortable enough to want to work at the company. I'd be shocked if we don't hear more in the coming months about the company's moves to eliminate the boy's club culture that currently exists. * 7 Red-Hot E-Commerce Stocks to Consider If it does this, I don't think there's going to be a problem with MSFT stock doubling for the second time in ten years. S&P Global (SPGI)Source: Shutterstock 5-Year Annualized Total Return: 24.0%Dividend Yield: 1.0%It's only appropriate that S&P Global (NYSE:SPGI), the people behind the S&P 500, more than doubled in price over the past five years. It's got a great business that's about more than stock indexes. Last October, I recommended investors consider SPGI and six other fintech stocks I thought were going to benefit from the digitization move in financial services. I've liked SPGI for a couple of years now because it's got diversified revenue streams"Regarding profits, its indices business delivered a 65% operating margin, significantly higher than any of its other three operating segments, so it's not time to write that business off just yet," I wrote October 24, 2018. In S&P Global's latest quarter, its 2018 year-end, the indices business generated just 13.4% of its overall revenue. However, it generated 18.6% of the company's operating profits. Meanwhile, although its ratings business -- the company's largest by revenues and profits -- saw little growth in 2018, the other three segments (Indices, Market Intelligence, and Platts) all had healthy gains on both the top and bottom line. As long as the digitization of financial services doesn't suddenly come to a grinding halt, I continue to see a long runway of growth for S&P Global. Apple (AAPL)Source: Apple 5-Year Annualized Total Return: 23.3% Dividend Yield: 1.4%By now you've probably heard that the long-running feud between Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) and Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) is officially over. The companies came to a settlement agreement April 16.Apple agreed to pay Qualcomm an undisclosed amount up front and has signed a six-year global patent licensing deal with the San Diego company with a possible two-year extension. Also, Qualcomm will supply Apple with chips for its 5G iPhone modems. Questions remain why the two companies suddenly settled after barking at one another for the last two years. However, it's never good to have legal issues hanging over your head, so the news should be viewed as positive for shareholders of both companies. Apple reports earnings April 30 after the markets close. InvestorPlace contributor Nicolas Chahine put it best recently when addressing the company's weakness in 5G and how it might affect Apple's stock price:"The fundamental reason to own Apple stock is easy. This is the premier company on the planet and it has the financial statements to back it up. And it sells at a price-to-earnings ratio of 14, which is the cheapest of the technology mega caps," Chahine wrote April 22. I could not agree more. * 15 Stocks Sitting on Huge Piles of Cash Apple provides investors with a rock-solid balance sheet, robust free cash flow, and products and services that consumers want to use. It might not be the fastest to market, but they'll do enough to deliver a double over the next five years. Constellation Brands (STZ)Source: Shutterstock 5-Year Annualized Total Return: 21.4%Dividend Yield: 1.4%Ever since Constellation Brands (NYSE:STZ) acquired 9.9% 0f Canopy Growth (NYSE:CGC) for CAD$245 million in October 2017, I've argued that investors would be wise to hedge their bets by taking half of what they could afford to lose investing directly in Canopy Growth and put that into Constellation stock. Nineteen months later, Constellation has invested an additional $4 billion in Canopy for a 38% stake in the company with exercisable warrants that could take its ownership to 50%. On April 18, Canopy Growth announced that it had signed a definitive agreement that gives it the right to buy 100% of Acreage Holdings (OTCMKTS:ACRGF), a New York City-based company that owns licenses to grow cannabis in 20 states with a total population of 180 million -- or about five times the entire population of Canada.Acreage Holdings' shareholders will receive $300 million immediately. Once cannabis becomes legal on a federal basis in the U.S., Canopy will exercise its right to buy Acreage, issuing to the company's shareholders 0.5818 of a common share of Canopy Growth stock for each Acreage share held for a total value of $3.4 billion. The deal gives Constellation further reason to happy about its multi-billion investment in Canopy Growth. Between beer, wine, spirits, and cannabis, Constellation has four ways to grow over the next five years. I'd be shocked if it didn't double its stock price by April 2024. A.O. Smith (AOS) Source: Nvdongen via Wikimedia (Modified)5-Year Total Return: 20.2%Dividend Yield: 1.4%It's great to see Wisconsin-based A.O. Smith (NYSE:AOS) having a fantastic bounce-back year after suffering a rare down year in 2018. Up almost 32% year to date (including dividends) through April 22, it's recovered most, if not all, its losses from last year. I've been on the A.O. Smith bandwagon for almost seven years now. I first covered the company in July 2012. I liked the fact it practiced globalization the right way. It manufactured products in China that it sold in China; the same applying to the North American and India markets. "Regardless of what happens in North America, which is doing just fine, China and India will continue to represent a more important part of Smith's overall business. At present, the two countries account for 24% of sales. Once India ramps up, I could see that easily doubling within five or six years. The world is its oyster," I wrote at the time. How's it worked out?Its China business accounted for 34% of its $3.2 billion in overall revenue in 2018, up significantly from 2012. That said, it expects its sales in China to fall in 2019. Although a majority of its business comes from water heaters and boilers, A.O. Smith got into the water treatment business in 2012. It's grown revenues in this segment from $35 million to $400 million, a compound annual growth rate of 42%. * 7 Companies With Unacceptable CEO-Worker Wage Gaps I like this dividend stock doubling in the next five years. ResMed (RMD)Source: Shutterstock 5-Year Total Return: 17.5%Dividend Yield: 1.5%ResMed (NYSE:RMD) stock is down 11.9% year to date (including dividends), its worst performance on an annual basis since 2015. If you have trouble sleeping, ResMed's products could save your life. They manufacture and distribute medical devices such as sleep apnea machines that help you breathe at night. In recent years, it's taken its products and utilized technology and data to make them that much more useful for patients in need.Obstructive sleep apnea is the collapse of the upper airway making it difficult to breathe. For every 100 U.S. adults, only four out of the 26 that have sleep apnea know that they have it, providing a significant runway for growth. Patients suffering from strokes, heart failure, Type 2 diabetes, and other chronic conditions, often also suffer from sleep apnea. Another growth area for the company is the treatment of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, commonly known as COPD; it's the third leading cause of death worldwide affecting more than 380 million people and costing the U.S. healthcare system $50 billion annually. Since making its first software-as-a-service (SaaS) acquisition in 2012, ResMed's built a smart connected ecosystem to provide in-hospital quality of care in your home through the use of technology and data. It's a company that continues to keep up with technological change. I encourage you to learn more about this dynamic business. At the time of this writing Will Ashworth did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities.Compare Brokers The post 7 Dividend Stocks That Could Double Over the Next Five Years appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • Domino’s Stock Rises ~10% after Its Impressive Q1 Results
    Market Realist2 days ago

    Domino’s Stock Rises ~10% after Its Impressive Q1 Results

    Domino’s Stock Rises ~10% after Its Impressive Q1 Results(Continued from Prior Part)Stock performance Although Domino’s Pizza (DPZ) failed to meet analysts’ revenue and SSSG (same-store sales growth) expectations in the first quarter, it

  • TheStreet.com2 days ago

    Domino's Heats Up Following Earnings Beat Despite Slowing Sales Growth

    were up more than 6% Wednesday after the company reported first-quarter profit ahead of expectations, though revenue fell short. "It was a good quarter for our U.S. business, and I am very pleased with our balanced retail sales growth, driven by a healthy combination of solid same-store sales and unit growth," said Ritch Allison, Domino's CEO.

  • Domino’s Sales Plagued by Aggressive Third-Party Delivery Advertising
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    Domino’s Sales Plagued by Aggressive Third-Party Delivery Advertising

    Consumers’ growing appetite for third-party delivery services is finally affecting Domino’s Pizza where it hurts — its pocketbook. Strategic marketing on the part of Grubhub, DoorDash, and Uber Eats in the first quarter had a negative impact on the pizza chain’s U.S. same-store sales growth, which plummeted by more than 50 percent, according to Chief […]

  • Domino’s Pizza Earnings: DPZ Stock Flies Despite Revenue Miss, Disappointing Sales
    InvestorPlace2 days ago

    Domino’s Pizza Earnings: DPZ Stock Flies Despite Revenue Miss, Disappointing Sales

    Domino's Pizza earnings for the first quarter of the year have DPZ stock up on Wednesday.Source: Shutterstock Domino's Pizza (NYSE:DPZ) reported revenue of $835.96 million for the first quarter of 2019. This is better than the company's revenue of $785.37 million reported in the same period of the year prior. However, this still comes in below Wall Street's revenue estimate of $849.21 million for the quarter, but wasn't keeping DPZ stock down today.The other negative news from the Domino's Pizza earnings report is the company's U.S. same-store sales growth of 3.9% for the quarter. This misses analysts' U.S. same-store sales growth estimates of 4.2% for the period. It's also a drop from U.S. same-store sales growth of 8.3% in the first quarter of 2018InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsDespite the poor sales results for the first quarter of the year, Domino's Pizza earnings still has DPZ stock on its way up today. This is due to the company's earnings per share of $2.20 for the quarter. This is better than its earnings per share of $2.00 from the same time in 2018. It also was a boon to DPZ stock by beating out Wall Street's earnings per share estimate of $2.09 for the quarter. * 10 Stocks to Sell Before They Give Back 2019 Gains "It was a good quarter for our U.S. business, and I am very pleased with our balanced retail sales growth, driven by a healthy combination of solid same-store sales and unit growth," Ritch Allison, CEO of DPZ, said in the Domino's Pizza earnings report.DPZ stock was up 6% as of Wednesday afternoon and is up 11% since the start of the year. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 10 Oversold Stocks to Run From * 7 Red-Hot E-Commerce Stocks to Consider * 4 Stocks Surging on Earnings Surprises As of this writing, William White did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities.Compare Brokers The post Domino's Pizza Earnings: DPZ Stock Flies Despite Revenue Miss, Disappointing Sales appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • Domino's shares up as earnings overshadow slower growth
    Associated Press2 days ago

    Domino's shares up as earnings overshadow slower growth

    Domino's Pizza Inc.'s first quarter earnings beat overshadowed investor's concerns about slowing growth at the world's biggest pizza chain. Domino's net income rose 4.4% to $92.7 million, or $2.20 per share. Improved margins and a lower-than-expected tax rate also contributed to the increase, Maxim Group analyst Stephen Anderson said in a note to investors.

  • CNBC2 days ago

    Stocks making the biggest moves midday: AT&T, Domino's Pizza, eBay & more

    Domino's Pizza DPZ — Shares of Domino's Pizza climbed 4.9% on stronger-than-forecast quarterly earnings. Anadarko Petroleum APC — The energy company's stock jumped 11.6% after Occidental Petroleum announced a bid of $76 a share for Anadarko, topping an earlier offer from Chevron. Occidental's bid values Anadarko at $57 billion .