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Five weeks ago, they reported a quiet quarter, but shares jumped 10% on soft news, which means it's hitting a bottom. They['ve had a tough year because of the comps to the pandemic year. Add to that headwind, a strong dollar, and food and labour costs. But Domino's boasts a great long-term track records. Today, they rolled out a 800 Bolt EVs to be used for delivery. He likes that.
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Share price down, labour shortage. Solved many of its problems, costs have now peaked, recently raised prices. Open 200-300 stores every single year, franchises mean very low capex, buy back shares. Lots more to go. Yield is 1.31%. (Analysts’ price target is $374.00)
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Allan Tong’s Discover Picks The pizza chain and steady fast food stock delivered a tasty quarter recently. Domino‘s U.S. same-store sales came in better than expected, Q3 revenue rose 7.1% and their net global stores growth met guidance at 6.2%. Stronger U.S. sales offsets weakness abroad due to the strong American dollar. The topline climbed to $1.07 billion above expectations, as U.S. sales climbed 2% which offset the 1.8% decline overseas. If the USD weren’t so high, those foreigns sales would have jumped 5.2%. The headwinds forced profit to shrink to $2.79 a share which missed the street’s $2.97. Read 3 Fast Food Stocks to Nibble On for our full analysis.
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Stockchase Research Editor: Michael O'Reilly Although recently reported earnings just missed analyst targets, same store sales were up 5% on the year. Management reports cost cutting will further improve economics going forward. It trades under peer value at 26x earnings. Its dividend is supported by a payout ratio under 40%. It has prudently been using some cash reserves to retire debt and aggressively buy back shares. We recommend placing a stop-loss at $295, looking to achieve $417 -- upside over 26%. Yield 1.45% (Analysts’ price target is $417.04)
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It reports Tuesday. Many resto stocks have been hammered lately because business has been consistent, but not spectacular. So, if DPZ doesn't deliver super numbers, the street will think it's a Covid, not post-Covid winner. That's wrong, he thinks.
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PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Jul 20/21, Up 34%)Stockchase Research Editor: Michael O'Reilly Our PAST TOP PICK with DPZ has triggered its stop at $465. To remain disciplined we recommend covering the position at this time. Combined with the previous recommendation to cover half, this results in a net investment return of 28%.
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They report Thursday. He expects good numbers, a beat, because the Delta variant is keeping hungry people at home.
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(A Top Pick Mar 02/21, Up 54.4%)Stockchase Research Editor: Michael O'Reilly Our PAST TOP PICK with DPZ is progressing well. We recommend trailing up the stop (from $350) to $465. Along with the previous recommendation to cover half the position, this would all but guarantee a net investment return of 28% if triggered.
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BUY
Perfectly set up for the pandemic, since the company is designed for delivery. They've kept their customers after the pandemic, too. Domestic same-store sales in the latest quarter rose 3%. Domino's honed their touchless drop-off service. Shares just keep rising. A winner.
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(A Top Pick Mar 02/21, Up 22.2%)Stockchase Research Editor: Michael O'Reilly Our PAST TOP PICK with DPZ has achieved its $424 target. To remain disciplined, we recommend covering 50% of the position and trailing up the stop to $350 -- just above our recommended entry level. This would all but guarantee a minimum investment return of 11%.
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Allan Tong’s Discover Picks Domino‘s benefits from scattering locations around the globe, so it’s not tied to Canada. About 17,600 stores operate in 90 countries, and the U.S. (with 6,355 locations) accounted for more than half of global sales in 2020 at US$8.3 billion compared to US$7.8 billion outside those borders. (There are 541 Domino’s in Canada.) Domino’s relies on e-commerce to thrive. In fact, last year, over 65% of sales came from digital ordering in the U.S., according to the company’s Q2 2020 conference call. More than 90% of its international locations offer online ordering. DPZ stock’s trades at 30.23x earnings and pays a 1% dividend yield, based on a 25.18% payout ratio, far lower and safer than’s PZA stock’s. Read Wine and Pizza: 3 Uplifting Food Stocks for our full analysis.
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Stockchase Research Editor: Michael O'Reilly Last October we identified DPZ as a BUY ON WEAKNESS candidate if it traded back down towards $345. It has achieved our target and so we are recommending to buy with a stop-loss at $300, looking to target $424 -- upside potential over 23%. It pays a small dividend, backed by a payout ratio of 33%. EPS grew by 30% last year and is expected to grow 12% annually over the next five years. It trades at 30x earnings, just under peers at 35x in the same space. Almost 90% of the stock is held by institutions, who are likely to show good holding power. Yield 0.9% (Analysts’ price target is $423.85)
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Fantastic pandemic winner. With vaccines, has now fallen below 200-day moving average. Technically, doesn't look good. Death cross. Earnings expectations are OK, not fantastic, with its more lofty PE. Wait on the sidelines for better news.
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They deliver food contactless and do it well. Great now in the time of lockdowns.
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Like Chipotle, they're a fast food chain that has adapted to Covid, and they will survive the winter lockdown. They rely on food delivery and hardly offer dine-in.

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Domino's Pizza, Inc.(DPZ-N) Rating

Ranking : 4 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 2

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 0

Total Signals / Votes : 2

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