|Bid||0.00 x 900|
|Ask||0.00 x 800|
|Day's Range||40.35 - 41.25|
|52 Week Range||38.76 - 67.05|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.12|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||13.54|
|Earnings Date||Sep 12, 2019 - Sep 16, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.60 (1.46%)|
|1y Target Est||50.64|
The 200-acre development will feature shops, restaurants, entertainment venues, roughly 1,600 apartments and a $40 million office tower.
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Dave & Buster's Entertainment, Inc., (NASDAQ:PLAY), ("Dave & Buster's" or "the Company"), an owner and operator of entertainment and dining venues, today announced an increase in share repurchase authorization. On July 12th, 2019, the company’s board of directors authorized the repurchase of an additional $200 million of the company’s stock under the existing repurchase program through the end of fiscal 2020. All other terms of the share repurchase program remain in effect.
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It never moved above $54 and the the Point and Figure chart had a downside price target of $46. In the updated daily bar chart of PLAY, below, shows a big downside price gap with heavy volume. Prices are trying to stabilize but the daily On-Balance-Volume (OBV) line is still weak suggesting that sellers of PLAY are still more aggressive.
One of Orlando's most active developers has inked a pair of land deals totaling roughly 25 acres with theme park giant Walt Disney Co. Orlando-based Unicorp National Developments Inc. bought roughly 5 acres in Celebration and 18 acres in Horizon West for more than $16 million combined, or $695,652 per acre, Unicorp President Chuck Whittall told Orlando Business Journal. Burbank, California-based Disney (NYSE: DIS) confirmed the transaction but didn't comment. In Celebration, Unicorp plans to build a $125 million, mixed-use development with more than a half dozen tenants, including Dallas-based Dave & Buster's Entertainment Inc. (Nasdaq: PLAY).
Dave & Buster's (PLAY) unique business model and various sales-boosting initiatives along with continual expansion plans are expected to drive growth despite high costs.
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Dave & Buster's Entertainment, Inc., (NASDAQ:PLAY), ("Dave & Buster's" or "the Company"), an owner and operator of entertainment and dining venues, today announced that the Company’s Board of Directors has declared a quarterly cash dividend of $0.15 per common share, payable on July 10, 2019 to shareholders of record on June 25, 2019. Founded in 1982 and headquartered in Dallas, Texas, Dave & Buster's Entertainment, Inc., is the owner and operator of 128 venues in North America that combine entertainment and dining and offer customers the opportunity to "Eat Drink Play and Watch," all in one location. Dave & Buster's offers a full menu of entrées and appetizers, a complete selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, and an extensive assortment of entertainment attractions centered around playing games and watching live sports and other televised events. Dave & Buster's currently has stores in 39 states, Puerto Rico, and Canada.
Wells Fargo analyst Jon Tower lowered his rating from Outperform to Market Perform after earnings, saying his confidence is lowered in the company’s ability to sustainably drive same store sales growth without additional margin erosion. “Further, while we believe the company’s strategy to drive new store growth vs. focusing the majority of its energy on same store sales growth is ultimately the proper business decision, we believe that public equity investors will continue to not recognize this value driver without the two engines firing simultaneously,” said Tower. BMO analyst Andrew Strelzik said in a new analyst note that while he recognizes the stock is unlikely to gain traction in the near term, he is maintaining an Outperform rating "as new guidance appears achievable." The analyst did lower his price target from $66 to $55.
Shares of Dave & Buster's (NASDAQ:PLAY) dropped sharply in mid-June after the arcade and themed dining owner reported first-quarter numbers that fell well short of expectations. At the same time, management reduced its full-year revenue and profit guides. Investors were disappointed. PLAY stock dropped more than 20%.Source: Shutterstock This big sell-off, though, is overdone, and with PLAY stock hovering around $40, the medium- to long-term bull thesis looks very compelling here.To be sure, the first quarter numbers weren't good. Comparable sales growth was negative. Revenue growth dropped below 10% for the first time in a long while. Margins compressed meaningfully. Profits growth came in at a multi-quarter low.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips * 7 High-Quality Cheap Stocks to Buy With $10 But, if you zoom out, the long term trends here remain favorable. The shift towards an experience economy resonates well for Dave & Buster's comparable sales growth going forward.The unit growth trajectory remains favorable, and Dave & Buster's still projects to grow its unit base by 10% per year over the next several years. Margin compression is moderating and margins should ultimately stabilize.All in all, then, while the near term trends are negative, the long term trends are still positive. Against that backdrop, PLAY stock is trading at its cheapest valuation in recent memory. That combination ultimately paves the way for a huge rebound rally in PLAY stock over the next several months. The Near Term Is UglyThe situation at Dave & Buster's can broadly be summed up in one phrase: it's ugly right now, but it's pretty in the big picture.Right now, things are ugly for the themed dining restaurant and arcade. Comparable sales dropped 0.3% in the quarter, on top of a 4.9% drop last year, so comps are down more than 5% on a two-year basis. That's not good.Further, comps are expected to drop 0.5% this year, versus a 1.6% drop last year, so down more than 2% on a two year basis. That's not good, either. At the same time, margins are compressing, as the adjusted EBITDA margin has fallen by more than 100 basis points year-over-year for three straight quarters.The net result? Profit growth is being muted. A few years back, this was a consistent 20%-plus profit grower. Last quarter, D&B reported just 8.8% profit growth. The Long Term Is PrettyBut, if you zoom out, things are still pretty in the big picture.Most importantly, the experience economy continues to gain mainstream traction, and consumers are increasingly upping spend on experiences.This pivot towards experience-focused consumption benefits Dave & Buster's, since going to D&B is broadly seen by consumers as a fun experience that combines dining and gaming for a fun night out.That's why D&B comps were up 7.3% in 2014, 8.9% in 2015, and 3.3% in 2016. Comps did fall flat in 2017, and have retreated ever since, but that appears to just be normalization after a red hot streak in the middle of the decade.As the laps get easier, the comparable sales growth trend will improve, because the company is aligned with the secular shift towards an experience economy.Further, Dave & Buster's still only operates 127 stores. Management thinks the long term opportunity is 230 to 250 stores. Thus, this company can and will continue to grow its store base by 10% per year for the next several years.Meanwhile, margins are falling, but by less and less each quarter, so margin stabilization seems to be coming in the near future. Once comps improve, margins should improve, too.Overall, then, while negative comps and margin compression is the norm today, it won't be the norm forever. The long term norm here is positive comps and stable margins. D&B will get back to that soon, and when they do, PLAY will rally in a big way. Dave & Buster's Stock Has Big Upside PotentialFollowing the huge post-earnings slide, PLAY now trades at its cheapest valuation in recent memory with a mere 13-times forward earnings multiple.That's dirt cheap for the restaurant sector. The average forward earnings multiple in the restaurant sector is 25. McDonald's (NYSE:MCD) trades at 25-times forward earnings. Yum (NYSE:YUM) trades at 28-times forward earnings. Jack in the Box (NASDAQ:JACK) trades at 20-times forward earnings.More importantly, this valuation discrepancy has nothing to do with growth potential. The average long term earnings growth rate across the restaurant sector is just over 10%. Dave & Buster's will drive 10% unit growth alone over the next several years.Assuming comps come back into slightly positive territory and margins stabilize, that 10% unit growth will produce profit growth well in excess of 10%.Thus, Dave & Buster's has a bigger forward growth trajectory than the average restaurant company, and yet PLAY trades at a huge discount to the average restaurant stock.This disconnect makes no sense and won't last forever. But, while it does last, investors should take advantage of it. This stock has tremendous upside potential from here in the medium to long term. Bottom Line on PLAY StockDave & Buster's had a bad quarter. But, the long term growth trajectory here remains favorable. As such, with PLAY stock plunging and trading at its cheapest valuation in recent memory, now seems like a good time to take advantage of near term weakness.In the medium to long term, PLAY stock will head considerably higher from here.As of this writing, Luke Lango was long PLAY and MCD. More From InvestorPlace * 4 Top American Penny Pot Stocks (Buy Before June 21) * 7 High-Quality Cheap Stocks to Buy With $10 * 7 U.S. Stocks to Buy With Limited Trade War Exposure * 6 Growth Stocks That Could Be the Next Big Thing Compare Brokers The post Dave & Buster's Is Coming Back, so Buy the Dip in PLAY Stock appeared first on InvestorPlace.
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The urban and suburban entertainment landscapes have transformed over the past decade. Today, I have dozen of choices for entertainment and a good meal. Alcohol plus throwing axes: What could be more fun?