Boot Barn Holdings

Boot Barn Holdings is a retail chain focused on western and work-related footwear, apparel and accessories. As of Mar 31 2018, the company had 226 stores in 31 states. The company's stores, which are freestanding or located in strip centers, feature an assortment of brands and styles, coupled with store associates. The company's product offering is anchored by a selection of western and work boots and an assortment of coordinating apparel and accessories. The company also carries assortments of denim, western shirts, cowboy hats, belts and belt buckles, western-style jewelry and accessories. The company's work assortment includes footwear, outerwear, overalls, denim and shirts for the physically demanding jobs.
  • TickerBOOT
  • ISINUS0994061002
  • ExchangeNew York Stock Exchange
  • SectorGeneral Retailers
  • CountryUnited States

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ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for BOOT

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for BOOT

Dave Nicoski ...
  • Ross LaDuke

Vital Signs: Actionable charts

Key Points: • A number of Banks and Thrifts are developing price and/or RS reversals. (ex. BHLB, OFG, STL, CHFC, CPF, GWB, PPBI, HOPE, MTB,CBSH) • Money management/Capital markets and Insurance names remain leadership in the Financial Sector. (ex. AMP, NAVI, PMT, JEF, JRVR, and MCY.

John Zolidis

Restaurant Industry Store Level ROIC Trend Analysis and Revision Forecast

We compare new and average store-level ROIC for 14 retail companies, charting trends for each. We also evaluate consensus EPS estimates and solve for where we see upside or downside. 

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for BOOT

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for BOOT

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for BOOT

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for BOOT

John Zolidis

Restaurant Industry Store Level ROIC Trend Analysis and Revision Forecast

We compare new and average store-level ROIC for 14 retail companies, charting trends for each. We also evaluate consensus EPS estimates and solve for where we see upside or downside. 

Retail Industry Store & Corp.- Level ROIC Comparison

This report evaulates expected earnings revisions for 14 retailers. We also calucate store and total company ROIC and note favorable and unfavorable return trends and inflection points. 

John Zolidis

Review of Performance & Outlook

In this report we breakdown BOOT performance vs. consensus, new and average unit metrics, margin performance, ROIC and valuation.  We give our opinion on the shares. 

John Zolidis

Which Retail Companies Will Beat or Miss 2019 Consensus Estimates? (ROIC Unit Compare)

We evaluted consensus forecasts for 13 retail companies for 2019.  We identify and quantify which companies we believe can beat or will miss current forecasts and summarize our process for this analysis. We also break down ROIC by concept and estimate ROIC for new stores, average stores and the overall companies.  

John Zolidis

Best Ideas Now

We break down our universe of 31 names into our best long and short ideas for new money now.  We provide a brief thesis on each one, including summary analysis of ROIC trends, earnings revisions, and valuation.  We also discuss our process and  performance of recent ideas as well as recent stock performance and correlations to earnings revisions.  Names discussed include BOOT, DLTR, SFM, TXRH, TGT, CBRL, CHUY, CMG, DOL-TSE, BJRI, FIVE, EAT, SBUX, WMT, YUMC, HABT, CAKE, SHAK, ULTA and others. 

Two Directors sold after exercising options/sold 307,611 shares at 17.250USD.

Two Directors at Boot Barn Holdings Inc sold after exercising options/sold 307,611 shares at 17.250USD. The significance rating of the trade was 81/100. Is that information sufficient for you to make an investment decision? This report gives details of those trades and adds context and analysis to them such that you can judge whether these trading decisions are ones worth following. Included in the report is a detailed share price chart which plots discretionary trades by all the company's directors over the last two years clearly showing Close periods where trading activity is restricte...

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for BOOT

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for BOOT

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for BOOT

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for BOOT

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for BOOT

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for BOOT

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for BOOT

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for BOOT

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for BOOT

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for BOOT

Dave Nicoski ...
  • Ross LaDuke

Vital Signs: Actionable charts

Key Points: • A number of Banks and Thrifts are developing price and/or RS reversals. (ex. BHLB, OFG, STL, CHFC, CPF, GWB, PPBI, HOPE, MTB,CBSH) • Money management/Capital markets and Insurance names remain leadership in the Financial Sector. (ex. AMP, NAVI, PMT, JEF, JRVR, and MCY.

Dave Nicoski ...
  • Ross LaDuke

Vital Signs: Actionable charts

Key Points: • Homebuilding stocks remain constructive with many bouncing off of support and RS remains constructive. (ex. KBH, MHO, MDC, MTH, NVR) • Automotive Dealerships continue to develop positively and remains leadership in the Consumer Discretionary Sector. (GPI, KMX, AN) • A number of Semiconductors and Suppliers remain leadership (ex. ICHR, NANO, RTEC, AEIS, PDFS, FSLR, XLNX, and OLED)

Dave Nicoski ...
  • Ross LaDuke

Vital Signs: Actionable charts

Key Points: • The U.S. dollar is breaking its 16-month uptrend and is declining through its 200-day moving average and Gold is breaking to 6-year price highs. RS appears to be staging a reversal at a support level. (ex. GC00, GDX) • A number of Healthcare Sector names are breaking out or staging reversals. (ex. ITGR, CHE, XRAY, OMCL, MOH, WCG, ARWR, INCY, GILD, VRTX, IQV, MEDP, and CTLT)

Dave Nicoski ...
  • Ross LaDuke

Vital Signs: Actionable charts

Key Points: • Gold is staging a massive breakout above the $1360 level. Major H&S bottoms can be seen across the group (ex, NEM, RGLD) • Energy related names are attempting to carve out reversals. We prefer the names that held up well during the Crude oil decline. (ex. HLX, PUMP, FTI, CKH, PSX) • A number of Biotech names are breaking out of bases and reflect RS leadership. (ex. OMCL, RGEN, INCY, and ANIP)

Dave Nicoski ...
  • Ross LaDuke

Vital Signs: Actionable charts

Key Points: • A few Consumer Discretionary names continue to act well. (ex. UA, WHR, ELY, RRGB, SHAK, BOOT, ROST, WSM, and COTY) • The decline in oil prices may be helping some of the airlines. A few of them are near potential reversal points (ex. AAL and UAL) • Attractive Technology names include: (ex. UCTT, SEDG, FSLR, and TTEC)

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