Nike Vs. adidas: An Undisputed Leader

Jun. 07, 2022 10:47 AM ETNIKE, Inc. (NKE)ADDDF, ADDYY4 Comments
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Summary

  • Nike and adidas are the two biggest sportswear companies.
  • Nike's scale is a big advantage, adidas doesn't even come close.
  • adidas looks cheaper than Nike and has been a better growth story, but there is a reason for Nike's high valuation.
  • Nike is better managed than adidas and has a stronger brand.
  • Nike is a better long-term buy, in my opinion.

Шанхай, Китай - Ноябрь 6, 2019: Nike против Adidas в Шанхае, Китай

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Nike (NYSE:NKE) and adidas (OTCQX:ADDYY) are the two biggest footwear companies in the world with $182 billion and $36 billion respectively. Despite the fact that new players have entered the market in recent

Nike revenue compared to Adidas revenue chart

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Nike Vs. Adidas gross profit

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Nike Vs. Adidas cash

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global athletic market share

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Nike VS adidas p/e

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Nike Net Income Vs Adidas

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Nike Vs Adidas US sales

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Nike EPS actual vs estimates

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Nike Vs Adidas profit margin

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Nike Vs Adidas operating margin

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Nike Vs Adidas gross margin

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Adidas Vs Nike revenue structure

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Nike's organizational structure

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Adidas hybrid structure

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Individual investor with three-year experience. Current student, studying economics and finance. Exploring opportunities to invest in this tough market.

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