Boot Barn Holdings, Inc. Common (NYSE:BOOT).
On September 9 the stock rating was downgraded from “Neutral” to “Neutral” in a report from B. Riley. On July 27 JP Morgan maintained a company rating of “Buy” but moved up the price target from $7.00 to $13.00.
July 27 investment analysts at Jefferies held the company rating at “Buy” and raised the price target to $13.00 from $12.00. On July 20 Citigroup made no change to the company rating of “Neutral” and moved down the price target to $9.00 from $12.00.
On May 20 Citigroup left the stock rating at “Buy” but raised the price expectation from $11.00 to $12.00.
The company is trading up by 1.78% since yesterday’s close of $10.7. It is currently trading at $10.89 a bit lower than $11.58, the 50 day moving average and slightly over the 200 day moving average of $9.31. The 50 day moving average was down by -6.70% and the 200 day average went up $1.49 or +15.96%.
The P/E ratio is currently 34.73 and the market value is 285.25M. In the latest earnings report the EPS was $0.31 and is projected to be $0.68 for the current year with 26,412,000 shares now outstanding. Analysts expect next quarter’s EPS to be $0.48 with next year’s EPS anticipated to be $0.84.