Yahoo Finance Live's Seana Smith examines several stocks trending in the after-hours trading session.
DAVE BRIGGS: All right, over to Seana now for what is moving after-hours.
SEANA SMITH: Dave, we've got three stocks for you here today. We have Stitch Fix, Dave and Busters, and Toll Brothers. Let's kick it off with Stitch Fix. The move to the downside here, was off just around 3% after-hours, now just shy of the flatline, now above the flatline. So I'll keep talking here. Miss, though, on the top and the bottom line. The revenue outlook also falling short of Wall Street expectations in their fiscal second quarter, the current quarter, and also the full year.
It looks like the Street, though, able to shake off some of that bad news. Some of that might have already been priced into the stock. We're looking at the last three months with shares up about 28%. So far, year to date, the stock off over 80%. So significant losses here for Stitch Fix. Another item I want to point out, active clients off 11% year over year. So certainly some troubling trends here in Stitch Fix.
Let's take a look at Dave and Busters, a mover here after-hours, off just around 5% right now. The company reporting a record third quarter revenue of just around 481 million. That's up 51% from just a year ago. Profit, though, missed expectations. That's why we're seeing shares fall after-hours. Over the last three months, you're looking at a loss of just about 14%.
And Toll Brothers moving to the upside, up just about 1% after-hours here. A beat on both the top and the bottom lines for the homebuilders in its most recent earnings report. Fourth quarter net signed contracts volume, though, that's at 1.3 billion, down about 56% from a year ago. So that's maybe why some of the gains after-hours are a bit muted.
Contracted homes off 60% on a year over year basis. The backlog, though, off just about 21% when you compare it to the levels that we were at about a year ago. With the last three months, we're looking at gains of nearly 6%. But year to date, Toll Brothers is still in the red with losses of about 36%. Dave.
DAVE BRIGGS: You thought I'd ask about real estate, but what's your favorite Dave & Buster's game?
SEANA SMITH: Ooh, that's a tough one.
DAVE BRIGGS: Ooh, you don't know.
SEANA SMITH: I don't know. I have to think about it. I love the basketball one. I like--
DAVE BRIGGS: Good one, good one. I like the clown game.
SEANA SMITH: OK. I can see that.
DAVE BRIGGS: You throw at a few clowns.
SEANA SMITH: Makes sense to me.