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The Company is a direct marketer, and a specialty retailer, of hunting, fishing, camping and related outdoor merchandise.
opening tons of new stores. plenty of room for growth, only real competitor is bass pro shops. Superb buy under 50, i see it going to $75+ within the next year.
Tom e piggyback
Guns and growth.
CAB was entered into my CAP's portfolio at $65.68 - The PE Ratio was 24.15. It only has 44 stores in 24 states, but they are huge stores. The stores run between 40,000 square feet and 245,000 square feet. They offer a fresh approach to retailing. Their stores are large, showroom for hunting and fishing, including museum quality wildlife displays and large aquariums which becomes more of a customer attraction, keeping them in stores longer as they look at the different displays. Like a hunting and fishing entertainment retailer that also sells 225,000 items.They focus heavily on catalogs sending out 132 million catalogs in 50 states and 175 countries. They are investing in their website for sales. They also own their own bank and have their own Cabela credit card so there is a financial side of their business.They are doing well - and they have the potential to become a category killer with over 225,000 SKUs in their inventory. I don't think it will be all smooth selling, but I like them.Cabella (CAB)February 16, 2012 4Q:2011 earnings’ highlights:** 4Q revenue was $983.745 up from $934.411 million** Fiscal 2011 revenue was $2.811 billion up from $2.66 billion** TTM revenue per share was 39.44 ** 4Q earnings were $0.99 up from $0.95** Fiscal 2011 earnings were $2.00 up from $1.62** Diluted share count 71.274 million** Cash flow for the year was $239.775 million or $3.36 per share ** Cash and investments $304.679 million: debt $344.9 million** Trading range between February 16, 2012 and April 26, 2012 was $31.62 to $41.61: PE ratio range was 15.81 to 20.81: PS Ratio range was .8 to 1.1: Cash flow yield range was 8.1% to 10.6%April 26, 2012 1Q:2012 earnings’ highlights:** Revenue was $623.504 million up from $586.711 million** TTM revenue was $2.85 billion or 39.95 per share** Earnings were $0.40 up from $0.25** TTM earnings were $2.15** Diluted share count 71.287 million** Cash flow for the quarter was negative ($45.995 million) down from negative ($33.179 million)** TTM cash flow was $226.959 million or $3.18 per share** Trading range between April 26, 2012 and July 26, 2012 was $33.10 to $41.24: PE ratio range was 15.39 to 19.18: PS ratio range was .83 to 1.03: Cash flow yield range was 7.7% to 9.6%July 26, 2012 2Q:2012 earnings’ highlights:** Revenue was $627.254 million up from $562 million** TTM revenue was $2.92 billion or $40.75 per share** Earnings were $0.47 up from $0.31** TTM earnings were $2.31 per share** Diluted share count 71.542 million** Cash flow for nine months was negative ($16.015 million) up from negative ($50.615 million)** TTM cash flow was $261.559 million or $3.66 per share** Trading range between July 26, 2012 and October 25, 2012 was $44.62 to $56.78: PE Ratio range was 19.32 to 24.58: PS ratio range was 1.1 to 1.39: Cash flow yield range was 6.5% to 8.2%October 25, 2012 3Q:2012 earnings’ highlights:** Revenue was $741.178 million up from $678.61 million** TTM revenue was $2.98 billion or $41.68 per share** Earnings were $0.60 up from $0.47** TTM earnings were $2.44 per share** Diluted share count 71.556 million** Cash flow for nine months negative ($85.6 million) down from Negative ($44.91 million)** TTM cash flow was $199.085 million or $2.78 per share** Trading range between October 25, 2012 and February 14, 2013 was $38.44 to $52.52: PE ratio range was 15.74 to 21.52: PS ratio range was .92 to 1.26: Cash flow yield range was 5.3% to 7.2%** Special note: the stock price fell $9.99 the day of the report to close at $46.10 on October 25, 2012. The report was announced before the market opened.February 14, 2013 4Q:2012 earnings’ highlights:** 4Q revenue was $1.121 billion up from $983.745 million** Fiscal 2012 revenue was $3.11 billion up from $2.81 billion** TTM Revenue per share was $43.78 per share** 4Q earnings were $0.95 down from $0.99** Fiscal 2012 earnings were $2.42 up from $2.00** Diluted share count 71.7 million** Cash flow for the year was $21.451 million down from $240 million** TTM cash flow per share for the year was $0.30 per share ** Capital expenditures were $214.267 million up from $126.74 million** Trading range between February 14, 2013 and April 25, 2013 was $47.70 to $62.22: PE ratio range was 19.71 to 25.71: PS Ratio range was 1.09 to 1.42: Cash flow yield range was 0.4% to 0.6%April 25, 2013 1Q:2013 earnings’ highlights:** Revenue was $802.497 million up from $623.504 million** TTM revenue was $3.29 billion or $46.08 per share** Earnings were $0.70 up from $0.40** TTM earnings were $2.72 per share** Diluted share count 71.373 million** Cash flow for the quarter was $57.5 million up from negative ($46 million)** TTM cash flow was $124.94 million or $1.75 per share** Trading range between April 25, 2013 and the present June 21, 2013 was $62.81 to $72.54: PE ratio range was 23.09 to 26.7: PS ratio range was 1.36 to 1.57: Cash flow yield range was 2.4% to 2.8%
Seems like a well-managed, well-branded retailer with a good history. As I'm not a huntsman, I lack extra insights into this company. But I would guess: Outperform.
I can't believe I missed picking this earlier. Future superstar.
The stores have been underestimated and are really retail powerhouses
The last time I stepped into a Cabela's it was full. People like the outdoors, and Cabela's help people enjoy the outdoors so easily it'll outperform. Plus its managed properly and the stores employ solid employees.
What makes this company different from Best Buy? A showroom for Amazon on other online retailers.
Good strong growth and mid western values behind this stock!
One of my favorite stores, it has gained great momentum this quarter and it's fundamentals are very good. Couple that with their expansion plans for this year and next and it's a winner.
People (like me) will drive for hours to get to a Cabelas and they are opening more and more stores. Their most recent grand opening resulted in long lines and their stores are packed every weekend with long lines of people just waiting to check out and pay for their purchases. Summer should be good as people gear up to go fishing, go out to shoot, and start to think about gearing up for hunting season in the Fall.
With the performance of our stock for the last year,I would estimate in the next 18 months we should out preform the S&P 500.
Great moat and business model. As long as there are outdoorsmen and hunters there will be a Cabelas. I think it has the Chipotle/Apple complex. This is a complex that entails long-term customer loyalty and excitement with the franchise. Should be the next big growth stock in retail for years to come.
Due for a short term correction
This is one of my STARZ.Here is the thought process on this STAR: a) Divided rate over Zerob) 3 Year Beta between -5 & +3c) 15% + Insider ownershipd) No greater than -50% Growth rate for the last 3 years (tought= last couple of years so goo that insiders are still owning the stocks)e) Current CAPS rating between 3 Stars & 5 StarsOpen to all Industries and Sectors screened this down to just 250 stocks. I like round numbers. 12 of them I already own through other screening tools. I tend to be somewhat conservative but looking for 3 things at this point in my investing:1. Stability & Strength2. Yield and Modest Growth3. Strong Position within a sector regardless of whether the entire sector is strong or not. Each sector has to perform to some degree for the whole world economy to function. I am looking for 5 or more years down the road, ROI, and Growth.Not looking for rockets, just stars. This is a Star!!
Cabela's continues to capture market share from its competitors in the outdoor recreation industry. <br /><br /><br /><br />Retail expansion continues to be a focus and this is a great sign of a healthy business.
soild fundamentals, excellent cash flow, high short interest
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