An Burlington Stores, Inc. (BURL) Stock Analysis for Serious Investors

MAGRINI JOYCE MANNING, Executive Vice President, subtracted 7,475 shares of Burlington Stores, Inc. (BURL) from its portfolio at the rate of $225.92 per share valuing $1,688,738 on Nov 29. The insider left behind 7,610 shares of the company to its portfolio. Currently, the 1st Resistance Point for this stock is $224.74, with a 2nd Resistance Point sitting at $226.40. Meanwhile, this company’s stock has a 1st Support Level at $221.85 and a 2nd Support Level at $220.62. Before making a move on any particular stock, readers often pay close attention to support and resistance markers. The last reported price for shares of Burlington Stores, Inc. (BURL) was $223.07. Burlington Stores, Inc. (BURL) stock has lost $14.81, or -1.28%, in the past five days. In the last full month, these shares have gained $31.18, or 16.25%. In the past three months, this stock’s price has risen by $22.48, or 11.21%. This year-to-date, Burlington Stores, Inc. (BURL) shares have gained $60.40, or 37.13%.

Analyzing price projection indicators is a helpful way to determine whether a potential stock buy is a wise choice for profits in the short term, medium term, and long term. For Burlington Stores, Inc. (BURL) stock, 100% of short-term indicators suggest that these shares are a “ Buy .” Meanwhile, 100% of medium-term indicators point to this stock being a “ Buy .” Looking further ahead, 100% of long-term indicators suggest that this stock is a “ Buy .”

With 66,250 K shares outstanding, this company currently has a market capitalization of $14,942,688K. Burlington Stores, Inc. (BURL) generates $6,668 M in annual sales, amounting to annual net income of $414,750 K. This stock has generated a 1-Year Total Return of 30.22%, a 3-Year Total Return of 157.01%, and a 5-year Total Return of 395.93%. This stock’s 5-Year Dividend Growth is 0.00%. Its Annual Dividend Yield is 0.00%, and its Annual Dividend Rate is 0.00.

In the most recently-reported fiscal quarter, which ended in 10/19, Burlington Stores, Inc. (BURL) reported earnings of $1.55 per share. Wall Street analysts, on average, were expecting the company to report earnings of $1.41 per share, representing a 0.14 difference and 9.93% surprise. In the previous quarter ending in 07/19, the reported earnings of $1.36 represented a 0.21 difference from the consensus estimate calling for $1.15 per share, which was a 18.26% surprise.

For the current fiscal quarter, which is set to end in 01/2020, the average earnings estimate is $3.18 per share. This estimate came from a total of 9 Wall Street Analysts. Of those market experts, the high estimate was $3.22 and the low estimate was $3.14. In the year-ago quarter, Burlington Stores, Inc. (BURL) generated per-share earnings of $2.83. If the analysts are correct about the current quarter’s earnings, the growth will be +12.37%.

Turning our focus now to insider trading activity, there have been 3 purchases (86,917 shares in total) and 7 sale (27,405 shares in total) in the last 3 months. In the last 6 months, there have been 14 insider buys amounting to 149,801 shares and 36 insider sales amounting to 211,315 shares. In the past full year, 43 insider purchases were made (involving 349,386 shares) and 137 insider sell-offs equivalent to 435,876 shares.

Moving onto liquidity, Burlington Stores, Inc. (BURL) has a Current Ratio of 1.02, a Quick Ratio of 0.25 and a Cash Ratio of 0.11. Looking at this company’s capital structure, its Total Debt to Total Equity is 305.71, its Total Debt to Total Capital is 75.35, and its Total Debt to Total Assets is now 32.04. Looking even further ahead into the future, its Long-Term Debt to Equity is 10.42 and its Long-Term Debt to Total Capital is 304.81.