Domino's Pizza, Inc. (NYSE:DPZ)

CAPS Rating: 3 out of 5

Engaged in retail sales of food through Company-owned Domino's Pizza stores; sales of food, equipment & supplies to Company-owned & franchised Domino's Pizza stores; & receipt of royalties from domestic & international Domino's Pizza franchisees.

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Member Avatar rustianowski (43.30) Submitted: 4/17/2014 1:17:26 PM : Outperform Start Price: $74.49 DPZ Score: -0.17

Their product is great they just need to open more franchises.

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Member Avatar gr8twhtebuffalo (43.15) Submitted: 12/13/2013 6:36:22 PM : Outperform Start Price: $69.15 DPZ Score: +3.26

I wanted to own stock in a pizza company. DPZ is my choice.

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Member Avatar TMFPencils (99.81) Submitted: 12/11/2013 11:45:38 AM : Outperform Start Price: $68.43 DPZ Score: +5.65

I see a bright future for Domino's Pizza (DPZ) and recently purchased shares of the company. My two-part analysis of why I invested in Domino's, and expect market-beating returns over the long run, is included in full below.

Part 1: Why Domino's Brightest Days are Ahead - http://www.fool.com/investing/general/2013/12/07/why-dominos-brightest-days-are-ahead.aspx

Part 2: Why Domino's Digital Component Is Important - http://www.fool.com/investing/general/2013/12/10/why-dominos-digital-component-is-important.aspx

Domino's Pizza is a common name. But for those who are not familiar, Domino's is one of the world's largest pizza makers. Founded in Michigan in 1960, the company operates 10,566 pizza stores -- 4,939 stores in the U.S. and 5,627 stores internationally -- in over 70 countries worldwide.

The Pizza Turnaround

Despite its status as the worldwide leader in number of pizza stores, Domino's had its struggles prior to 2010. Domino's food was considered "mass-produced" and akin to tasting cardboard; not what most restaurants are looking to hear from their customers. The stock also reflected Domino's lousy operations -- the stock was down nearly 10% between its 2004 IPO and February 2010. Domino's had thousands of stores around the world but a growing reputation of poor food, lackluster service, and bad marketing were killing its business.

In March 2010, J. Patrick Doyle, who has been with Domino's since 1997, was selected to serve as President and Chief Executive Officer. Doyle immediately began to lead the charge on addressing Domino's problems "head-on." In a project dubbed "The Pizza Turnaround," which began in 2009 with a $75 million marketing campaign, Domino's revamped its food offerings by adding more handmade pizzas, using fresher ingredients, and developing a new store design.

The new Domino's store design attempts to make the customer experience in Domino's more interactive and places focus on its handmade pizzas. Doyle explains that the new design is similar to the "old pizzeria tradition" by "putting these great handmade pizzas up front and center."

Between 2008 and 2012 Domino's had the lowest American Customer Satisfaction Index or ASCI score, a flat 77%, when compared to other pizza competitors such as Papa John's Pizza, Little Caesars, and Yum! Brands' Pizza Hut. This year, however, Domino's has seen its customer satisfaction score increase 500 basis points to 82%. Today, Domino's score is on par with its primary competitors, meaning Domino's is now tied for the lead in customer satisfaction among pizza makers.

In other words, the Pizza Turnaround campaign is working. Doyle's leadership has played a major role in the turnaround within a relatively short period of time (all you marketing majors, take notes). This quick and significant shift in brand culture and perception, which is still in its infancy, makes me think Domino's brightest days are ahead.

What about the financials?

A brand recovery is great, but it doesn't mean much if it is not accompanied by earnings growth and cash flow generation. We know the brand image is improving under Doyle's leadership, but what do the numbers look like?

Domino's net income increased 9.33% in 2010, 16.6% in 2011, and 6.23% to $112.4 million in 2012. In the first three quarters of 2013, Domino's increased net income by 23.91% to $98.32 million compared to $74.81 million last year. Domino's profit margin has increased to 8% from 6.6% year over year.

Since 2010 Domino's has added 1,215 new stores. It's heavily franchised -- only 3.69% of Domino's restaurants are company-owned -- compared to Papa John's, who owns 16.55% of its stores. This helps explain the 7.66% profit margin of Domino's versus the 4.8% profit margin of Papa John's. Franchising minimizes costs and boosts margins, especially in the short-term, but it also results in less accumulated revenue compared to company-owned stores.

In the third quarter, Domino's saw domestic same-store-sales increase at a 5.4% clip, versus 3.3% last year. This reaffirms that the Pizza Turnaround is beginning to have a noticeable impact on both customer satisfaction and sales growth. Domino's saw international same-store-sales increase 5% in the third quarter.

Domino's weakest point is its load of long-term debt, which currently stands at $1.52 billion. This is an especially hefty number considering Domino's has a measly $32 million in cash on its balance sheet. A high amount of debt does not spell automatic doom for Domino's, but it means there is extra pressure on the company to produce sufficient and expanding cash flow.

In 2012, Domino's increased operating cash flow 13.19% to $176.32 million. So far in 2013, Domino's has managed to produce $84.29 million in free cash flow. It is worth noting that operating cash flow has only increased 3.18% to $104.58 million. Results from the upcoming fourth quarter will help us determine if Domino's is capable of continuing to mark solid increases in cash flow production, as it has managed to do over the past several years. Between 2010 and 2012 operating cash flow increased 25.5%.

Even so, Domino's is generating sufficient cash flow to settle short-term obligations. This year, in fact, Domino's has repurchased $76.89 million in common stock (at an average price of $59.34) and issued $23.22 million in dividends.

My preference would be for management to use cash to pay down debt and reinvest in the business, but management is evidently intent on buying back shares and rewarding shareholders with a dividend. The fact that the company has been buying back stock in such heavy doses could signify that management is confident in the present value of the company when considering its long-term prospects.

Domino's has seen impressive increases in customer satisfaction and earnings growth over the past year. There is, however, an unexpected component for us to investigate to understand just how innovative Domino's has become under CEO J. Patrick Doyle's leadership.

Domino's key ingredient: technological innovation

550 individuals work at Domino's headquarters in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Out of those 550 employees, approximately 170 work in its largest department: technology. 30% of the employees at Domino's HQ work to design mobile apps, develop and analyze Domino's websites, and perform other digital duties. Not exactly what I would expect from a pizza maker.

One of Domino's core strengths is its technological innovation. Domino's mobile apps are now available to 95% of the mobile phone market, including apps for the iPhone, Android, and Windows 8, with an app specifically for the iPad on the way. Digital sales, which include mobile and computer ordering, now make up 40% of all Domino's sales (up from 30% in 2012). In India -- one of Domino's largest and fastest-growing markets with over 600 stores -- digital sales make up 20% of total sales. In the third quarter of 2013, sales from mobile devices increased 102% in the United Kingdom.

Michael Lawton, CFO, believes mobile apps represent an opportunity to develop customer loyalty (which is uncommon in the pizza field). Think about it: if someone downloads a mobile app, uses it to order a pizza, and is satisfied with the experience, they will use the app any time they want to order a pizza. Hassle-free and quick ordering, coupled with customer profiles being developed by Domino's (which remembers your pizza preferences for online and mobile ordering), will entice customers to remain with a certain pizza maker. Domino's is prepared for this market shift.

Noah Glass, founder of OLO -- an online and mobile ordering firm -- states it bluntly, "Smart restaurants will evolve to meet changing consumer needs with mobile ordering and payment experiences."

The benefit of "digital sales" is two-fold. Customers can order a pizza without making a phone call; a pizza can be fully ordered and paid for through a mobile device or computer. Less hassle to order equals higher order frequency. This helps Domino's employees concentrate on completing orders in a timely manner, saving time and money for Domino's.

Smartphones now make up 60% of all mobile phones in the U.S., and the rest of the world is following suit digitally. Mobile ordering is the direction the pizza market is heading, and Domino's has the employees and infrastructure to capitalize on this movement.

What are Papa John's Pizza and Pizza Hut doing?

While Domino's certainly has the personnel and infrastructure to continue its technological innovation, it is by no means the only pizza maker taking advantage of the growing digital market. Papa John's Pizza is also heavily invested in mobile ordering, claiming that 45% of its sales now come through digital avenues. Papa John's recently surpassed $5 billion in cumulative systemwide digital sales.

Pizza Hut is also engaged with mobile ordering and digital sales, while maintaining the largest social media presence of pizza makers on sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and YouTube. Pizza Hut claims 30% of its orders occur through digital channels. While Pizza Hut has surpassed $1 billion in cumulative systemwide digital sales, Pizza Hut CEO Scott Bergren acknowledges that Domino's has been more effective promoting its digital capabilities.

Domino's does have major promise and an advantage over competitors in the global market. Since 2012, Domino's international locations have outnumbered its U.S. locations. Domino's has only implemented online ordering in 32 international countries so far, meaning less than half of Domino's international countries currently have the capability to order pizza via the Internet. As more countries become digitally connected, both with computers and mobile phones, Domino's can capitalize by expanding online ordering to a majority of its international locations.

There is significant potential for Domino's in its con

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Member Avatar GVFool15 (60.82) Submitted: 12/4/2013 11:42:55 AM : Outperform Start Price: $68.45 DPZ Score: +4.97

Think Domino's has a great future with excellent ingredients in its pizza as well as other offerings within the company. They treat their employees well and offer opportunities to many people within the company. A company that treats its people well will in turn treat customers well, and that's a reason to trust management that they will outperform the market. HOLD FOR 3 YEARS and reexamine the culture within Domino's.

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Member Avatar TMF1000 (99.77) Submitted: 12/3/2013 1:04:27 PM : Outperform Start Price: $67.89 DPZ Score: +6.03

DPZ was added to my caps at a price of $68.30. The PE ratio was 29.31. They also pay a dividend of $0.80 per year. This gives them a dividend yield of 1.2%. That isn't much, but they are still growing. Cash flow for the last 12 months was $148.3 million or $2.59 per share giving them a cash flow yield of 3.8%.

They have $95.367 million in cash and 1.54 billion of debt.

I have owned this stock since they reformulated their pizza and it has been a very good investment. I think they are going to be the McDonalds of Pizza and I think they can open just as many stores as McDonalds. I like their growth potential

The Company now has 10,440 restaurants around the world. Pizza Hut has 11,100 stores. Pizza Hut opened 38 restaurants in the third quarter while Domino's opened 110. Pizza Huts U.S sales were down 1% while Domino's were up 5%. I think Domino's can grow much larger.

I wrote my first page post on them in 2010 and will write a new one soon.

October 13, 2009 3Q:2009 earnings’ highlights:
** Revenues were $302.715 million down from $323.588 million
** TTM revenues were $1.37 billion or $23.61
** Diluted share count 57.981 million
** Earnings per share $0.31 up from $0.17
** TTM earnings $1.15
** Store count 8,886
** Cash and restricted cash $136 million: debt $1.62 billion
** Cash flow nine months $44.58 million down from $50.47 million
** Cash flow for the quarter $22.62
** TTM cash flow $78.83 or $1.36
** Interest expense $24.528 million down from $25.678 million
** Trading range between October 13, 2009 and March 2, 2010 was $7.09 to $12.84: PE ratio range was 6.17 to 11.17: PS ratio range was .3 to .54: Cash flow yield was 10.6% to 19%

March 2, 2010 4Q:2009 earnings’ highlights:
** 4Q revenues were $462.882 million up from $428.167 million
** Revenues for fiscal 2009 was $1.404 billion down from $1.425 billion
** TTM revenues were $1.404 billion or $24.12
** 4Q earnings $0.41 up from $0.19
** Earnings per share $1.38 up from $0.93
** Cash flow for the year $82.134 million down from $84.72 million (both numbers include $3.73 million and 28.874 million respectively of sale of assets)
** TTM cash flow was $82.134 or $1.41
** Cash $133.533 million: debt $1.57 billion
** Diluted share count 58.206 million
** Interest expense for 2009 $110.945 million down from $114.906 million
** Interest expense for the quarter $33.313 million down from $35.736 million
** Trading range between March 2, 2010 and May 4, 2010 was $15.63 to $16.14: PE ratio range was 11.33 to 11.7: PS ratio range was .65 to .67: Cash flow yield was 8.7% to 9%

May 4, 2010 1Q:2010 earnings’ highlights:
** Revenues were $381.131 million up from $321.828 million
** TTM revenues were $1.46 billion or $24.50
** Earnings per share $0.41 compared to $0.41 last year
** TTM earnings were $1.38
** Cash $114 million: Debt $1.52 billion
** Cash flow for the quarter $28.521 million up from $9.264 million
** TTM cash flow was $101.391 million or $1.70 per share
** Diluted share count 59.731 million
** Interest expense was 24.123 million down from $26.501 million
** Trading range between May 4, 2010 and July 27, 2010 was $10.66 to $14.76: PE ratio range was 7.72 to 10.7: PS Ratio range was .44 to .6: Cash flow yield was 11.5% to 15.95%

July 27, 2010 2Q:2010 earnings’ highlights:
** Revenues were $362.405 million up 14.5% from $316.632 million
** TTM revenues were $1.51 billion or $24.85
** Earnings per share were $0.37 up from $0.25
** TTM earnings were $1.50
** Cash flow for six months $40.4 million up from $21.96 million
** TTM cash flow was $100.57 or $1.66
** Cash flow for the quarter was $11.88 million
** Diluted share count was 60.76 million
** Interest expense $21.722 million down from $25.919 million
** Same stores sales up 8.8%
** Cash $106.6 million: Debt $1.495 billion
** Trading range between July 27, 2010 and October 19, 2010 was $12.35 to $15.64: PE ratio range was 8.23 to 10.43: PS ratio range was .5 to .63: Cash flow yield was 10.6% to 13.44%

October 19, 2010 3Q:2010 earnings’ highlights:
** Revenues were $347.388 million up 14.8% from $302.715 million
** TTM revenues were $1.56 billion or $25.62
** Earnings were $0.27 down from $0.31
** TTM earnings were $1.46
** Diluted share count 60.689 million
** Cash flow for nine months $68.113 million up from $44.6 million
** TTM cash flow was $105.65 million or $1.74
** Cash flow for the quarter was $27.7 million
** Cash $117 million: Debt $1.48 billion
** Same stores up 11.7% in the U.S and 7% internationally
** Trading range between October 19, 2010 and March 1, 2011 was $13.97 to $17.61: PE ratio was 9.57 to 12.06: PS ratio range was .55 to .68: Cash flow yield was 9.9% to 12.5%

March 1, 2011 4Q:2010 earnings’ highlights:
** 4Q revenue was $479.97 million up from $462.882 million
** Fiscal 2010 revenue was $1.57 billion up from $1.404 billion
** TTM revenue per share $24.45 per share
** 4Q earnings were $0.39 down from $0.41
** Fiscal 2011 revenue was $1.45 up from $1.38
** Cash flow for the year was $102.904 million or $1.67 per share
** Diluted share count 61.7 million
** Stores 9169:
** Trading range between March 1, 2011 and May 5, 2011 was $16.24 to $19.28: PE ratio range was 11.12 to 13.30: PS ratio range was .66 to .79: Cash flow yield range was 8.7% to 10.28%

May 5, 2011 1Q:2011 earnings’ highlights:
** Revenue was 389.186 million up from $381.131 million
** TTM revenue was $1.58 billion or $25.31 per share
** Earnings were $0.43 up from $0.41
** TTM earnings were $1.47
** Diluted share count 62.34 million
** Cash flow for the quarter was $27.809 million down from $28.31 million
** TTM cash flow was $102.403 million or $1.64 per share
** Trading range between May 5, 2011 and July 26, 2011 was $21.64 to $26.26: PE ratio range was 14.72 to 17.86: PS ratio range was .86 to 1.04: Cash flow yield range was 6.3% to 7.6%

July 26, 2011 2Q:2011 earnings’ highlights:
** Revenue was $384.933 million up from $362.405 million
** TTM revenue was $1.6 billion or $25.35 per share
** Earnings were $0.40 up from $0.37
** TTM earnings were $1.50
** Diluted share count 63.226 million
** Cash flow for six months was $39.68 million down from $40.36 million
** TTM cash flow was $102.22 million or $1.62 per share
** Trading range between July 26, 2011 and October 18, 2011 was $23.12 to $29.54: PE ratio range was 15.41 to 19.69: PS ratio range was .91 to 1.17: Cash flow yield range was 5.5% to 7%

October 18, 2011 3Q:2011 earnings’ highlights:
** Revenue was $376.326 million up from $347.388 million
** TTM revenue was $1.63 billion or $26.36
** Earnings were $0.36 up from $0.27
** TTM earnings were $1.59
** Diluted share count 61.834 million
** Stores 9.436
** Cash flow for nine months was $77.17 million up from $68.113 million
** TTM cash flow was $111.96 million or $1.81
** Trading range between October 18, 2011 and February 28, 2012 was $30.03 to $35.30: PE ratio range was 18.89 to 22.2: PS ratio range was 1.14 to 1.34: Cash flow yield range was 5.1% to 6%

February 28, 2012 4Q:2011 earnings’ highlights:
** 4Q revenue was $501.748 million up from $479.97 million
** Fiscal revenue was $1.65 billion or $27.64
** Diluted share count 59.765 million
** Earnings were $0.52 up from $0.39
** TTM earnings were $1.72 per share
** Stores 9541
** Cash flow for the year was $134.755 million up from $105.64 million
** TTM cash flow per share was $2.26
** Trading range between February 28, 2012 and May 1, 2012 was $34.20 to $42.21: PE ratio range was 19.88 to 24.54: PS ratio range was 1.24 to 1.53: cash flow yield range was 5.4% to 6.6%

May 1, 2012 1Q:2012 earnings’ highlights:
** Revenue was $384.587 million down from $389.196 million
** TTM revenue was $1.65 billion or $27.58 per share
** Diluted share count 59.66 million
** Earnings were $0.35 down from $0.43
** TTM earnings were $1.64
** Cash flow for the quarter was $17.091 million down from $27.188 million
** TTM cash flow was $124.66 million or $2.09
** Stores 9,742
** Trading range between May 1, 2012 and July 24, 2012 was $28.17 to $34.13: PE ratio range was 17.18 to 20.81: PS ratio range was 1.02 to 1.24: Cash flow yield range was 6.1% to 7.4%

July 24, 2012 2Q:2012 earnings’ highlights:
** Revenue was $376.124 down from $384.933 million
** TTM revenue was $1.64 billion or $27.61 per share
** Earnings were $0.47 up from $0.40
** TTM earnings were $1.71
** Diluted share count 59.45 million
** Stores 9,810
** Cash flow for six months was $51.26 million up from $39.68 million
** TTM cash flow was $146.335 million or $2.46 per share
** Trading range between July 24, 2012 and October 16, 2012 was $33.15 to $38.57: PE ratio range was 19.39 to 22.56: PS ratio range was 1.2 to 1.4: Cash flow yield range was 6.4% to 7.4%

October 16, 2012 3Q:2012 earnings highlights:
** Revenue was $378.077 million up from $376.326 million
** TTM revenue was $1.64 billion or $28.06 per share
** Earnings were $0.44 up from $0.36
** TTM earnings were $1.79 per share
** Diluted share count 58.52 million
** Stores 9,924
** Cash flow nine months was $89.211 million up from $77.17 million
** TTM cash flow was $146.796 million or $2.51
** Trading range between October 16, 2012 and February 28, 2013 was $39.10 to $47.91: PE ratio range was 21.84 to 26.77: PS ratio range was 1.39 to 1.71: Cash flow yield range was 5.2% to 6.4%

February 28, 2013 4Q:2012 earnings’ highlights:
** 4Q revenue was $539.65 million up from $501.748 million
** Fiscal 2012 revenue was $1.678 billion up from $1.652 billion
** TTM revenue per share was $28.69 per share
** Earnings were $0.64 up from $0.52
** Fiscal 2012 earnings were $1.91 up from $1.71
** Diluted share count 58.49 million
** Stores 10,040
** Cash flow for the year was $150.041 million or $2.57 per share
** Stock based compensation expense $16.22 million up from $15.589 million
** Capital expenditures $29.267 million up from $24.349 million
** Stock repurchases $88.238 million
** Dividends paid for the year $185.484 million
** Annual dividend $0.80

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Member Avatar Sicb (< 20) Submitted: 11/10/2013 1:02:24 PM : Outperform Start Price: $67.35 DPZ Score: +5.05

Domino’s Pizza, Inc. (Domino’s) is a pizza delivery company in the United States. As of January 1, 2012, it operated through a network of 9,742 Company-owned and franchise stores, located in all 50 states and in more than 70 international markets. In addition, it operates 16 regional dough manufacturing and supply chain centers, one equipment and supply facility, one thin crust manufacturing center and one vegetable processing center in the contiguous United States, and six dough manufacturing and supply chain centers outside the contiguous United States. The Company operates its business in three segments: domestic stores, domestic supply chain and international. As of January 1, 2012, its international segment was consisted of 4,835 franchise stores outside the contiguous United States. It also manufactures dough and distributes food and supplies in a limited number of these markets.

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Member Avatar chk999 (99.98) Submitted: 11/1/2013 4:18:34 PM : Outperform Start Price: $66.68 DPZ Score: +5.92

Seems to be doing nicely. Needs to pay off some debt, but has nice cash flow to do it with.

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Member Avatar Herschel92 (45.25) Submitted: 9/5/2013 2:47:48 PM : Outperform Start Price: $60.85 DPZ Score: +8.72

Domino's has GREAT pizza, and that's the most important thing. Sure, there's some level of competition between them, Papa Johns, and Pizza Hut, but I believe that they'll do well as long as they focus on the quality of their food, and continue to expand internationally.

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Member Avatar yooperking (74.75) Submitted: 9/3/2013 11:19:48 AM : Underperform Start Price: $61.13 DPZ Score: -8.33

Domino's pizza is good, but not as their stock price is too good to be true. With a negative $23.80 book value and $1.5 billion in debt, DPZ's stock price is going to end up in the dumpster.

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Member Avatar NHWeston102 (81.52) Submitted: 8/31/2013 4:39:32 PM : Outperform Start Price: $61.06 DPZ Score: +8.85

Goin' global!! Go with'em.

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Member Avatar ikkyu2 (99.38) Submitted: 5/8/2013 12:40:27 PM : Outperform Start Price: $21.33 DPZ Score: +204.43

Originally had DPZ at 9, ended at 23, repicked at 21 and change. If I hadn't, it'd be my all-time best CAPS pick.

I dunno what these guys are doing right - same store sales growth, CRM-based website improvements, new sauce formula, helping employees buy franchises, opening new restos at home and overseas - yeah, all that stuff - but they're doing it, and doing a lot of it, and my goodness the earnings just keep growing!

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Member Avatar scrooge007 (54.38) Submitted: 2/1/2013 9:13:44 PM : Outperform Start Price: $46.66 DPZ Score: +35.19

Aggressive pricing strategy with ameliorated online ordering focus should serve Domino's well.

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Member Avatar Chemdawg (81.29) Submitted: 1/14/2013 12:01:37 PM : Underperform Start Price: $44.77 DPZ Score: -38.91

consumer spending is getting more conservative..volume has been slashed almost 50% since the beginning of the year..expect a poor quarterly earnings report coming

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Member Avatar PKBARKANN (< 20) Submitted: 2/27/2012 7:54:37 PM : Outperform Start Price: $32.11 DPZ Score: +95.49

WELL I THINK THER PIZZA ROCKS AND THEY SHULD HAVE HADE A HIER RATING BUT THE PEOPLE THAT STUFF MADE A STUPID CHOISE AND ONLY GAVE THEM 2 STARS.P.S.LOVE THE SITE!!

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Member Avatar bigalf123 (76.86) Submitted: 2/9/2012 5:48:10 PM : Outperform Start Price: $29.02 DPZ Score: +114.09

Their commitment to Quality and their desire to expand will carry them far. Remember Pizza hut during the 60's. This is where they are at in fogrein market's if they want it.Pizza is addicting.

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Member Avatar Naxias (37.98) Submitted: 1/4/2012 7:22:47 PM : Underperform Start Price: $30.73 DPZ Score: -94.93

Today this stock is at a P/E of over 21. It's share price in 2011 rose considerably while the SP500 stayed flat. It begs the question as to why. Yes, it has a strong brand. Yes, it has a lot of stores. But have you seen the balance sheet? Have you tasted their "improved" (i.e. sweetened) product? There is a lot of competition out there, and I can think of many other companies that use their money more wisely and deliver a better product in the restaurant sector.

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Member Avatar AsianEagle (25.27) Submitted: 12/28/2011 1:42:05 PM : Outperform Start Price: $31.18 DPZ Score: +89.39

Everyone eats pizza no matter how is economy condition;

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Member Avatar MechanicalBull1 (82.99) Submitted: 5/23/2011 11:33:19 AM : Outperform Start Price: $22.13 DPZ Score: +194.11

valueline!

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Member Avatar feltonw (68.35) Submitted: 5/5/2011 11:38:32 PM : Outperform Start Price: $19.76 DPZ Score: +237.81

great strategy deployment on quality improvement

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Member Avatar jsgant13 (99.17) Submitted: 2/8/2011 9:40:34 PM : Outperform Start Price: $15.06 DPZ Score: +352.17

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