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Six Flags Continues To Execute, But The Moat Isn't Worth This Much
Six Flags Flying High, But The Price Of Admission Is Steep
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Yesterday, 9:59 AM
- Theme park stocks are lively to start off the week.
- Cedar Fair (NYSE:FUN) is up 2.67% and SeaWorld Entertainment is 1.95% higher. Six Flags Entertainment (NYSE:SIX) is showing a more modest gain of 1.00%.
- It's not clear if an article in the Orlando Business Journal reporting that a "top" U.S. theme park operator is planning a major project in the Orlando area with the help of international investors is stoking the rally or some other factor is in play.
Thu, Sep. 15, 7:19 AM
- Six Flags Entertainment (NYSE:SIX) says it will only use cage-free eggs at its U.S. theme park operations no later than 2026.
- “We are proud to participate in this growing consumer preference and we support the movement toward using cage-free eggs,” says David McKillips, senior vice president of in-park services.
- Shares of Six Flags are up 7% over the last week as they fight to recover from a post-earnings swoon.
- Source: Press Release
Tue, Aug. 30, 11:11 AM
Thu, Aug. 25, 4:35 PM
Thu, Aug. 25, 10:35 AM
- Janney Montgomery Scott backs a bullish view on Six Flags Entertainment (SIX +0.1%) by reiterating its Buy rating.
- The investment firm sets a fair value mark of $64 on the theme park stock.
- Earlier this week, Oppenheimer stood by its Outperform rating and $64 PT on SIX.
- Shares of Six Flags are down 20% from their 52-week high of $62.39 seen in April.
Wed, Jul. 27, 9:23 AM
Wed, Jul. 27, 7:34 AM
- Six Flags (NYSE:SIX) reports revenue rose 5% in Q2 led by 132% increase in international licensing revenue.
- Revenue break-up: Theme park admissions: $215.76M (+4.2%); Theme park food, merchandise and other: $168.34M (+4.3%); Sponsorship, licensing and other fees: $19.22M (+40.5%); Accommodations revenue: $3.75M (-5.6%).
- The company's Active Pass Base increased 11% Y/Y.
- Attendance grew 2% to 9M guests for the period
- Total guest spending per capita grew 2% to $42.54 per visitor.
- Adjusted EBITDA +4% to $155.29M.
- SIX -0.77% premarket.
Wed, Jul. 27, 7:12 AM
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Wed, Jul. 20, 9:37 AM
- Six Flags Entertainment (SIX +0.6%) announces the signing of a letter agreement with Riverside Investment for the potential development of a second Six Flags-branded theme park in China together with a water park.
- The two parks will be located in Bishan, a district of Chongqing, with a surrounding population of approximately 120M people.
- “Developing two parks in Chongqing, the most populous municipality in China, is another step forward in executing our long-term strategy to expand our brand outside of North America and bring Six Flags thrills to millions of new guests,” said Six Flags CEO John Duffey.
- The letter agreement is subject to negotiation of definitive documents.
- The first Six Flags-branded theme park in China is anticipated to open in 2019 and will be located in Haiyan, Zhejiang province, near Shanghai.
- Source: Press Release
Mon, Jun. 20, 6:29 AM
- The world's largest amusement park corporation Six Flags (NYSE:SIX) is set to open up investments in Saudi Arabia.
- "Our parks can provide the entertainment to which Saudis aspire," CFO John Duffy said.
- His announcement follows a meeting between company CEO James Reid-Anderson and deputy crown prince Mohammed bin Salman, who is visiting the U.S. to promote a reform plan to wean the kingdom off of oil revenue.
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Tue, Jun. 7, 8:56 AM
Wed, May 11, 11:50 AM
- Theme parks stocks trade below broad market averages after Disney reports "flat" attendance at U.S. parks in FQ2.
- Six Flags (SIX -0.9%), Cedar Fair (FUN -0.8%), and SeaWorld Entertainment (SEAS -3.4%) are all lower on the day.
- There was some rumblings from SeaWorld earlier in the month about a soft trend in Florida due to a drop in international tourism, while Six Flags and Cedar Fair are just now entering their busy season.
- YTD returns on theme park stocks: FUN +4.2% SIX +5.4%, SEAS -9.5%.
Thu, May 5, 7:06 AM
- Six Flags (NYSE:SIX) declares $0.58/share quarterly dividend, in line with previous.
- Forward yield 3.97%
- Payable June 13; for shareholders of record May 26; ex-div May 24.