If you’re looking for a high performing retail company, check out these three companies and see if they have a place in your watchlist
KSS (Kohl’s Corporation,$82.22) has made reasonable gains this year. With a history of consistent dividends now at $0.61 cents, many investors claim they stock is currently “expensive” and should be bought near its 52-week low of $37.97 from a price above $70.00. However, KSS beat recent 2Q ’18 earnings at $0.64 from expected earnings of $0.50. Some of the companies leading brands are Sonoma, Craft & Barrow, and APT. 9 consists of a net worth of over $19 billion. KSS has great potential to end the year strong.
Five Below Inc.
Five (Five Below Inc.,$114.64), a retail company originally aimed towards kids and teens, has opened over 30 new stores this year and ended their first quarter with a total of 658 stores in 32 states. As said in their recent annual report,
As we continue to pursue our growth strategy, we expect that a significant percentage of our net sales will continue to come from new stores not included in comparable sales. Accordingly, comparable sales is oarey one measure we use to assess the success of our growth strategy.
Though FIVE doesn’t have a dividend, investors like the stock for its consistent growth and stability it’s maintained throughout the years.
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Callaway Golf Company
ELY (Callaway Golf Company,$22.65) made a bold acquisition last year in 2017 of a well-known golf brand Travis Matthew for $125.5 million. Though some investors aren’t pleased with their low dividends, others are impressed with their operating cash flow operating cash flow that increased by 51.46% in 2017. Analysts currently consider ELY currently as a Buy.
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