|Bid||107.5300 x 800|
|Ask||107.5500 x 3100|
|Day's range||107.0300 - 108.1700|
|52-week range||70.3000 - 108.1700|
|PE ratio (TTM)||18.01|
|Earnings date||30 Aug 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||1.16 (1.09%)|
|1y target est||108.96|
When the massive retailer—and Barron’s Next 50 stock—turned in a big quarter, investors applauded and some observers wondered whether that meant market share was being ripped from dollar stores or grocers. Walmart’s quarter “begs the question: rising tide or zero sum for its retail peers? “Walmart’s nonfood business—apparel, garden, other seasonal—is more discretionary in nature and more likely to benefit from favorable weather and a robust consumer,” they wrote.
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Spending at retailers is predicted to climb at least 4.5%, compared with a prior forecast range of 3.8% to 4.4%, per the National Retail Federation.
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Over the last three months, the best mutual funds have continued to focus their investments on retailers like Macy's, Kohl's and TJX, as well as medical stocks like Abiomed, Boston Scientific and UnitedHealth.
A teen-focused discount chain is the IBD Stock Of The Day: Five Below stock is forming another base, albeit a late-stage base.
Dollar General's (DG) compelling store growth story at convenient locations and focus on consumable products lend it an edge over competitors.
Retailers have been strong in 2018, notably off-price Ross Stores, TJX and Burlington Stores. Those three stocks, plus Dollar General, are in or near buy points.
Dollar General's (DG) commitment toward better pricing, private label offering, effective inventory management, and merchandise and operational initiatives should drive sales and margins.
On June 20, Morgan Stanley increased its price target on FIVE stock to $94.00 from $78.00. Currently, analysts’ 12-month average target price for FIVE is $100.75, which reflects a 2.7% upside to its price on July 5.
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Dollar General is the IBD Stock Of The Day. The discount retailer has a handle buy point as earnings and sales growth improve.
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Dollar Tree (DLTR) has seen some trimming as of late: The stock is down 21% year to date, hurt by disappointing earnings and issues at its Family Dollar segment. Dollar Tree management hasn't said it's willing to give up on the Family Dollar unit. Who might buy Family Dollar, you may ask?
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Self-checkout lines have become common, and the next step -- automated checkout -- looks poised to take another bite out of a huge job category.
Cal Turner used the small-town values he grew up with to build the Dollar General chain of stores, where customers knew they would get a bang for their buck.
Retailers and manufacturers are taking stock of their transportation costs and exploring alternatives as a capacity crunch in freight is driving up prices and causing shipping delays. A variety of companies, including food producer Hormel Foods Corp. and retailer Dollar General Corp., have reconfigured their supply chains, including building out their own truck fleets, reducing the frequency of pickups and deliveries, and shopping around for better rates. Freight rates have been climbing in recent months, making it harder and more costly for shippers to book transportation at a time of year when demand is typically lighter.
Dollar Tree (DLTR) and Dollar General (DG) have seen high volatility over the past year. Dollar General, which was trading at $94.90 as of June 8, has traded between the $65.97 and $105.82 over the last 12 months. Dollar Tree, now priced at $82.63, has been slightly more volatile. It moved within a 52-week range of $65.63–$116.50.
Cal Turner Jr., retired chief executive officer of Dollar General Corp. and this week's guest on Masters in Business, likes to explain how his father came up with the concept of dollar pricing. Department stores in Louisville, Kentucky, and Nashville, Tennessee, would run monthly advertisements for "dollar days,” one day each month when merchandise cost a dollar. Cal Sr. figured the retailers had to be making money on the discount days because they were clearly spending a lot on advertising and they kept on doing it.