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Five Below: Undervalued Pick For Long-Term Investors

Apr. 04, 2022 10:58 AM ETFive Below, Inc. (FIVE)1 Comment
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  • Five Below management intends to reach the 3,500 store level by 2030 - against the current level of 1,190.
  • The Five Beyond offering brings significant tailwinds to the business.
  • Historic and Comparable valuation models indicate that the stock can go up by 47%.
  • Our target price is $239.

Five Below Retail Store. Five Below is a chain that sells products that cost up to 5 dollars.

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Five Below, Inc. (NASDAQ:FIVE) is growing rapidly due to its new store openings. New product offerings improve consumer satisfaction levels. The stock is considerably undervalued compared to its historic multiples. Peers with similar growth rates are

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