+ Watch DSW
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The Company Offers selection of brand name and designer dress, casual and athletic footwear for women and men.
Start $24.75. DSW . . . Discount Shoe Warehouse, 400+ stores. Market Cap = 2.3 B; P/E =14.6; P/B = 2.25; P/S 0.95, DIV = 3%, 52 week range: $23.45 - $47.55 . . . Seems like a retailer selling at a discount (plus TMF1000 likes it @ $23.78 . . . Peter Lynch growth stock @ 50% discount??).
DSW was placed on my caps $23.89. The PE ratio was 14.14. They also pay a dividend of $0.75 annually. The dividend yield is 3.1%. For 2013 they generated $214.963 million or $2.33 per share, so the cash flow yield is 9.8%. The Company has 408 stores in 42 states. I like the DSW concept. Shoes sales tends to be sensitive to changes in consumer spending, but long-term I believe this period of weakness is an opportunity to really beat the market again over the long-term. I also think weather hurt them some. It hurt all retailers and restaurants. And investors seem to be punishing them for net income weakness. I think they forget how bad the weather was and how it kept many shoppers inside. There are theories about built up demand, but I feel if you are in the mood to shop and weather keeps you in, you just forget, depending on how important the purchases are. I believe the weather does hurt sales, and some sales are delayed for more than a quarter. Regardless, it is a short-term problem, I just feel the stock price was punished too much.I love the stores and the category killer possibilities. I still believe shoes are too hard to buy online for most people.March 18, 2014 4Q:2013 earnings’ highlights:** 4Q revenue was $572.267 million down from $594.254 million** Fiscal 2013 revenue was $2.37 billion up from $2.258 billion** TTM revenue was $2.37 billion or $25.71 per share** 4Q earnings were $0.30 compared to $0.30 last year** Fiscal 2013 earnings were $1.65 up from $1.62** Diluted share count 92.175 million** Stores 394: Same store sales (0.0)** Cash $579.307 million: debt 0** Cash flow for the year was $214.963 million up from $156.53 million** TTM cash flow was $214.963 million or $2.33 per share** Trading range between March 18, 2014 and May 28, 2014 $32.40 to $41.11: PE ratio range was 19.63 to 24.92: PS ratio range was 1.26 to 1.60: Cash flow yield range was 5.7% to 7.2%May 28, 2014 1Q earnings’ highlights:** Revenues were $598.947 million down from $601.362 million** TTM revenue was $2.37 billion or $25.73 per share** Earnings were $0.42 up from $0.38** TTM earnings were $1.69 per share** Cash $548.188 million: 0 debt** Diluted share count 92.107 million** No cash flow statement** Dividend $0.75 per year** Trading range between May 28, 2014 and the present May 29, 2014**Special Note: The stock price fell $8.90 the day of the report to close at $23.62 on May 28, 2014. The earnings report was announced before the market opened on May 28, 2014
Long. Shoe retailer I like deserves this market premium.
PERFECT retailer for the new climate. Discount retailers don't have the stink they did 10 years ago. They're all mainstream... And alright!
Posted a bullish call on the Blogging Networkhttp://bit.ly/KFtZSD
Short interest is 32% of the float.
retail is coming back, DSW place to get cheaper shoes
DSW has low debt, and a low price to book ratio.
Cheaper product, many names. Gimmick to keep the folks coming in the door. In these times, a gimmick and price are what you need
With the retail industry currently crippled in America, and not much sign of the economy turning around due to high prices in gas and good, there doesn't seem to be much hope for this shoe retailer as it should continue on its year long trend in the red.
down $4 to $13
DSW is on the move. As style becomes less important, functionality and value will grow. DSW provides a good product at a good price and as long as they continue to find ways to keep repeat customers coming back they will be able to grow their business.
No debt. Priced for zero to negative growth. Very oversold
Al Bundy would be proud. Whoever thought selling shoes at a discount no less could mint so many dollars. DSW offers brand name and designer shoes for your regular Joe looking to put a little pep in their step a regular Joe prices. Just look at Jay Schottenstein, the chairman and CEO, adding to his position after his favorite shoe company went on sale at almost 2/3 off! Now He owns some 14% of the company. The outstanding balance sheet, strong rising revenues and profits, a new online store, and beaten down price due to a recession in our midst will prove a to be be the laces tying together and undervalued company with catalysts for excellent 5 year returns. "I'm a shoe man, born and bred, dammit" - Guess who?
This company is very underpriced righty now only becasue they missed a few revenue estimates. Revenues are increasing andprofit margin is increasing...
down fifty one percent in the past six months. powerhouse in the shoe industry. this company will pick up when the economy does
AEO CEO buying shares...!
When women feel fat after all the holiday eating, they get depressed. They're not going to buy a big size of clothes, but shoes always fit...thus they'll run to DSW for a pick-me-up.
The NYT called Costco an upscale-downscale store this Sunday (I like to call these stocks high-low plays): I like this territory going forward, and I think DSW is well-placed as another smart upscale-downscale choice. Having said that, higher import costs are a definite concern.
They've beaten the street the last four earnings reports, and their sales are improving. Look for another positive surprise next week at the call, but buy now at a 15% discount.
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