Dick's Sporting Goods, Inc.NYSE
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Tue, Nov. 15, 11:29 AM
- Shares of Dick's Sporting Goods (DKS -8%) are down sharply after the company's guidance disappoints.
- The sporting goods chain expects Q4 EPS of $1.19 to $1.31 vs. $1.31 consensus. Same-store sales growth of 3% to 6% is forecast for the holiday quarter, a wide range that may be a little nerve-wracking for traders.
- Notable from its Q3 report, e-commerce penetration at Dick's rose to 9.6% of sales from 8.0% last year.
- Today's drop in Dick's share price erases a good portion of the gains racked up over the last three weeks.
- Previously: Dick's Sporting Goods beats by $0.06, beats on revenue (Nov. 15)
Tue, Nov. 15, 9:17 AM
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Wed, Nov. 2, 7:32 AM
- Wedbush initiates coverage on Dick's Sporting Goods (NYSE:DKS) with an Outperform rating.
- Analyst Christopher Svezia thinks the bankruptcy of Sports Authority is a positive factor for Dick's in the future.
- "It is no secret that while DKS will likely be the largest beneficiary to TSA’s demise, we believe the Street is still broadly underestimating the potential benefit over the next 18-24 months," writes Svezia.
- The investment firm sets a price target of $65 on DKS ($54.67 close yesterday).
Tue, Oct. 25, 2:40 PM
- Though Foot Locker (FL -1.7%) and Finish Line (FINL -2.3%) are lower after Under Armour clipped some of its longer-term growth estimates, the Citi team doesn't think investors should sweat.
- "We see positive reads for athletic specialty retailers based on UA’s reiterated revenue targets (indicating strong continued demand & pipeline) and accelerated investments to support the brand & product development ahead," reads the note from the investment firm.
- If Citi is correct, the sell-off in Dick's Sporting Goods (DKS -4.5%), Sportsman's Warehouse (SPWH -3.2%) and Big Five Sporting Goods (BGFV -2.4%) may also be overdone.
- Previously: Under Armour under siege as investors reset expectations (Oct. 25)
Fri, Oct. 21, 2:38 PM| Fri, Oct. 21, 2:38 PM | 4 Comments
Tue, Oct. 18, 3:36 AM
- Dick's Sporting Goods (NYSE:DKS) is set to make an offer for the U.S. operations of bankrupt Golfsmith, Reuters reports, although it didn't say how much Dick's would bid.
- The latter faces competition for Golfsmith from Worldwide Golf Shops, although Golfsmith's lenders could enable it to restructure its debt and emerge from bankruptcy without a merger.
- Golfsmith has suffered from competition from discount retailers Wal Mart and Amazon, as well as from fading interest in golf among younger consumers.
Mon, Oct. 3, 2:29 PM| Mon, Oct. 3, 2:29 PM | 2 Comments
Thu, Sep. 29, 10:32 AM
- Dick's Sporting Goods (DKS -2.8%) is under pressure after Off Wall Street fires off a Strong Sell rating on the retailer.
- Channel checks from the firm show a lower level of store traffic and there are margin concerns due to a higher mix of small Dick's stores.
- Off Wall Street's price target of $39 implies a significant downward swing for the sporting good retailer.
Thu, Sep. 22, 8:44 AM
- Dick's Sporting Goods (NYSE:DKS) is seeing a huge website traffic boost after securing the rights for the old Sports Authority website to redirect to DicksSportingGoods.com, according to Citi.
- Though shares of Dick's trade near very close to their all-time high, analyst sentiment on the sporting goods stock is very favorable.
- Previously: Oppenheimer sees Dick's Sporting Goods racing higher (Sept. 20)
Tue, Sep. 20, 8:09 AM
- Oppenheimer is the latest investment firm to see upside for Dick's Sporting Goods (NYSE:DKS) from the bankruptcy wave in the sporting goods sector.
- Analyst Brian Nagel sees a significant bounce for Dick's from the incremental sales it picks up in the thinned-out sector.
- Oppy has Dick's rated at Outperform with a $75 price target.
- Dick's tracked up to a 52-week high of $61.61 yesterday.
Thu, Sep. 15, 8:40 AM
- Oppenheimer upgrades Dick's Sporting Goods (NYSE:DKS) after it factors in the implications of the Golfsmith bankruptcy on top of the demise of other sporting good chains.
- The investment firm takes a longer view on DKS than some of its peers to say the "freed-up market share" works in its favor.
- DKS +1.45% premarket to $59.50 vs. a 52-week trading range of $33.42 to $60.40.