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Earnings Beat: Under Armour, Inc. Just Beat Analyst Forecasts, And Analysts Have Been Updating Their Models

It's been a good week for Under Armour, Inc. (NYSE:UAA) shareholders, because the company has just released its latest quarterly results, and the shares gained 4.4% to US$8.09. It looks like a credible result overall - although revenues of US$1.5b were what the analysts expected, Under Armour surprised by delivering a (statutory) profit of US$0.26 per share, an impressive 144% above what was forecast. The analysts typically update their forecasts at each earnings report, and we can judge from their estimates whether their view of the company has changed or if there are any new concerns to be aware of. We've gathered the most recent statutory forecasts to see whether the analysts have changed their earnings models, following these results.

View our latest analysis for Under Armour


Following last week's earnings report, Under Armour's 28 analysts are forecasting 2025 revenues to be US$5.85b, approximately in line with the last 12 months. Statutory earnings per share are forecast to nosedive 35% to US$0.60 in the same period. In the lead-up to this report, the analysts had been modelling revenues of US$5.97b and earnings per share (EPS) of US$0.59 in 2025. So it looks like the analysts have become a bit less optimistic after the latest results announcement, with revenues expected to fall even as the company is supposed to maintain EPS.


The average price target was steady at US$10.01even though revenue estimates declined; likely suggesting the analysts place a higher value on earnings. Fixating on a single price target can be unwise though, since the consensus target is effectively the average of analyst price targets. As a result, some investors like to look at the range of estimates to see if there are any diverging opinions on the company's valuation. Currently, the most bullish analyst values Under Armour at US$15.50 per share, while the most bearish prices it at US$8.00. Note the wide gap in analyst price targets? This implies to us that there is a fairly broad range of possible scenarios for the underlying business.

Taking a look at the bigger picture now, one of the ways we can understand these forecasts is to see how they compare to both past performance and industry growth estimates. It's pretty clear that there is an expectation that Under Armour's revenue growth will slow down substantially, with revenues to the end of 2025 expected to display 1.1% growth on an annualised basis. This is compared to a historical growth rate of 3.6% over the past five years. By way of comparison, the other companies in this industry with analyst coverage are forecast to grow their revenue at 7.1% per year. So it's pretty clear that, while revenue growth is expected to slow down, the wider industry is also expected to grow faster than Under Armour.

The Bottom Line

The most important thing to take away is that there's been no major change in sentiment, with the analysts reconfirming that the business is performing in line with their previous earnings per share estimates. On the negative side, they also downgraded their revenue estimates, and forecasts imply they will perform worse than the wider industry. Even so, earnings are more important to the intrinsic value of the business. The consensus price target held steady at US$10.01, with the latest estimates not enough to have an impact on their price targets.

Following on from that line of thought, we think that the long-term prospects of the business are much more relevant than next year's earnings. We have forecasts for Under Armour going out to 2026, and you can see them free on our platform here.

You can also see our analysis of Under Armour's Board and CEO remuneration and experience, and whether company insiders have been buying stock.

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