|Last Update: 05/24/13 - 4:01 PM EDT|
|YTD Performance: 13.61%|
|Previous Close: $52.45|
|52 Week Range: $44.06 - $54.25|
|Oustanding Shares: 123,011,371|
|Market Cap: 5,249,688,925|
|Qtr (07/13)||Qtr (10/13)||FY (01/14)||FY (01/15)|
|Number of Analysts||18||17||18||19|
|Growth Rate (Year over Year)||17.26%||15.88%||12.74%||16.20%|
Last week, the stock market scrambled ever higher amid decidedly mixed manufacturing data.
'Guilty pleasure' stocks should do well, as well as kids' sporting goods.
Shares of PetSmart and Dick's Sporting Goods have been hit unfairly hard recently.
Unfortunately, we can now see right through it.
I just don't understand the logic behind holding and pushing short positions overnight.
Cabela's crushes it, among other developments.
Stock index futures are pointing to a lower open on Wall Street as analysts cut estimates on Google at Oppenheimer. TheStreet's David Peltier has Tuesday's premarket action.
DKS was upgraded to Outperform from Market Perform, BMO Capital Markets said. $57 price target. Attractive entry point after correction.
DKS was added to the conviction buy list, said Goldman Sachs. Same store sales trends should recover and a visable capital allocation plan will drive upside. The price target was reduced to $53.
DKS earnings estimates through FY2015 were reduced after reporting fourth quarter results, said Citigroup. The new estimates reflect lower Q1 comps, higher planned SG&A and modestly lower gross profit margins.