Peloton Vs. Technogym For The Title Of Best Fitness Stock

Jan. 27, 2023 12:34 PM ETPeloton Interactive, Inc. (PTON), TCCHF4 Comments


  • Peloton is a U.S. company that operates in the fitness industry, offering a subscription-based model that allows users to access live streaming and on-demand fitness and wellness courses.
  • The Italian company Technogym is a leading provider of fitness equipment and solutions for fitness centers and wellness clubs all over the world.
  • Technogym's business model and strong brand recognition make it a good investment opportunity at the right price.
  • Peloton will struggle to turn its business model profitable soon, making it a bad investment opportunity.

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On one side we have Peloton (NASDAQ:PTON), a U.S. company founded in 2012, while on the other side we have Technogym (OTCPK:TCCHF), an Italian company founded in 1983. If you have ever entered a

Calculation of thechnogym expected growth rate in revenues

Technogym expected growth rate (Personal Data)

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Peloton expected growth rate (Personal Data)

technogym 5Y meadian operating margin and ROIC

Technogym median operating margin & ROIC (Personal Data)

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Technogym's performance projections (Personal Data)

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Peloton's performance projection (Personal Data)

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