SHAK - Shake Shack Inc.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
46.83
-2.56 (-5.18%)
At close: 4:02PM EST
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Previous close49.39
Open48.55
Bid43.78 x 800
Ask47.93 x 1800
Day's range46.34 - 49.20
52-week range36.58 - 70.12
Volume608,068
Avg. volume817,747
Market cap1.736B
Beta (3Y monthly)1.45
PE ratio (TTM)352.11
EPS (TTM)0.13
Earnings date13 Feb 2019 - 18 Feb 2019
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est52.91
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  • Why Analysts Expect Chipotle’s EPS Growth to Increase in 2019
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    Why Analysts Expect Chipotle’s EPS Growth to Increase in 2019

    Is There More Upside to Chipotle’s Stock Price? (Continued from Prior Part) ## Analysts’ EPS expectations for 2018 Chipotle Mexican Grill (CMG) posted adjusted EPS of $7.16 in the first three quarters of 2018, representing a rise of 36.4% from $5.25 in the corresponding three quarters of 2017. Revenue growth of 8.1%, the expansion of its net margins, and share repurchases drove the company’s EPS. During the period, the company’s net margin expanded from 3.9% in the corresponding three quarters of 2017 to 5.5%. A fall in food, beverage, and packaging costs, a fall in other operating costs, and a lower effective tax rate improved Chipotle’s net margin. However, some of the expansion was offset by increased labor costs, general and administrative expenses, and depreciation and amortization expenses. Analysts expect Chipotle to post EPS of $1.32 in the fourth quarter to take its total EPS for 2018 to $8.53, a rise of 29.2% from $6.60 in 2017. In comparison, Shake Shack (SHAK) and McDonald’s (MCD) are expected to post EPS rises of 19.4% and 16.4%, respectively, in 2018. ## Analysts’ 2019 EPS expectations Analysts expect Chipotle to post EPS of $11.96 in 2019, a rise of 40.3% from $8.53 in 2018. Revenue growth and the expansion of its net margin are expected to drive the company’s EPS. In 2019, analysts expect Chipotle’s revenue to rise 7.9% to $5.21 billion. This revenue growth is likely to be driven by the opening of new restaurants and positive same-store sales growth. Management expects to open 140–155 new restaurants in 2019. Chipotle’s net margin is likely to expand from 4.9% in 2018 to 6.3%. This expansion is expected to be driven by the company’s improved gross margin, lower selling, general, and administrative expenses, and lower effective tax rate. During the same period, the EPS of Shake Shack and McDonald’s are expected to rise 7.1% and 6.1%, respectively. Browse this series on Market Realist: * Part 1 - Is There More Upside to Chipotle’s Stock Price? * Part 2 - What Analysts Are Recommending for Chipotle

  • What Analysts Are Recommending for Chipotle
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    What Analysts Are Recommending for Chipotle

    Is There More Upside to Chipotle’s Stock Price? (Continued from Prior Part) ## Analysts’ recommendations Of the 33 analysts that cover Chipotle Mexican Grill (CMG), 39.4% have given the stock “buy” ratings, 45.5% have given it “holds,” and 15.2% have given it “sells.” On average, analysts have set a price target of $470.46 on the stock, which represents a potential fall of 5.4% from its current price of $497.37. As we discussed in the previous article, BTIG, which has a “buy” rating on Chipotle, has identified Chipotle as one of its top picks for 2019. On January 8, KeyBanc raised its 12-month price target for Chipotle from $500 to $525. Barclays raised its price target from $400 to $450 on December 19. On October 26, Wedbush increased its price target from $380 to $400, Stifel cut its price target from $450 to $440, and SunTrust Robinson cut its price target from $510 to $500. ## Peer comparison Among the 12 analysts covering Shake Shack (SHAK), 33.3% have given it “buys,” 50.0% have given it “holds,” and 16.7% have given it “sells.” Its average price target of $53.09 implies a potential upside of 8.3% from its current price of $49.04. Among the 31 analysts covering McDonald’s (MCD), 78.1% have given it “buys,” and 21.9% have given it “holds.” Its average price target of $195.50 implies a potential upside of 8.3% from its current price of $180.60. ## Valuation multiple As of January 8, Chipotle is trading at a forward PE multiple of 41.6x compared to 32.5x on December 24. The increase in Chipotle’s stock price has increased its valuation multiple. As of the same day, its peers Shake Shack and McDonald’s have forward PE multiples of 67.4x and 22.0x, respectively. Chipotle is currently trading at 58.3 times analysts’ 2018 EPS expectations and 41.6 times analysts’ 2019 EPS expectations. Its EPS are expected to rise 29.2% in 2018 and 40.3% in 2019. Next, we’ll look at the factors that could drive Chipotle’s EPS in 2019. Continue to Next Part Browse this series on Market Realist: * Part 1 - Is There More Upside to Chipotle’s Stock Price? * Part 3 - Why Analysts Expect Chipotle’s EPS Growth to Increase in 2019

  • Is There More Upside to Chipotle’s Stock Price?
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    Is There More Upside to Chipotle’s Stock Price?

    Is There More Upside to Chipotle’s Stock Price? ## Stock performance The weakness in the broader equity market due to the increase in the interest rate by the Federal Reserve and concerns over the government shutdown led Chipotle Mexican Grill (CMG) stock to fall to $385.84 on December 24. However, since then, the company’s stock has been on the upswing. On January 8, Chipotle was trading at $497.37, a rise of 28.9% from its December 24 closing price. The company is trading 100.9% higher than its 52-week low of $247.52 and 6.3% lower than its 52-week high of $530.68. ## Chipotle’s stock price drivers As reported by Yahoo Finance, Peter Saleh and Ben Parente of BTIG have identified Chipotle as one of their top picks for 2019. In a research note, BTIG wrote, “We believe Chipotle has multiple levers at its disposal in 2019 to drive both top and bottom line outperformance, including menu innovation, digital sales growth, loyalty, menu pricing and improving new unit economics.” Also, on January 8, KeyBanc raised its 12-month price target for Chipotle from $500 to $525. On January 2, Chipotle launched a line of new Lifestyle Bowls, which include the Keto Salad Bowl, the Paleo Salad Bowl, the Whole30 Salad Bowl, and the Double Protein Bowl. It’s launched these healthier options to support customers’ New Year’s resolutions.  All these factors have contributed to the rise in Chipotle’s stock price. ## Stock performance in 2018 In recent years, Chipotle stock has been negatively affected by a series of food safety issues. The company was first hit by an E. coli outbreak in December 2015. The food safety issues caused Chipotle stock to fall from its all-time high of $758.61 on August 5, 2015. However, investors’ optimism about the appointment of Brian Niccol as the company’s CEO in March and the company’s strong performance in the first three quarters of 2018 helped the stock rise 49.4% in 2018. Year-to-date, the company’s stock has risen 15.2%. Chipotle’s peers Shake Shack (SHAK) and McDonald’s (MCD) returned 5.1% and 3.2% in 2018, respectively. Next, we’ll look at analysts’ recommendations on CMG. Continue to Next Part Browse this series on Market Realist: * Part 2 - What Analysts Are Recommending for Chipotle * Part 3 - Why Analysts Expect Chipotle’s EPS Growth to Increase in 2019

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  • Chipotle: Analysts’ Revenue Expectations in 2019
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    Shake Shack’s (SHAK) revenue rose by 27.6% to $335.0 million in the first three quarters of 2018. The revenue growth was largely driven by the addition of 17 new company-owned restaurants and 12 franchised restaurants. For 2018, Shake Shack’s management has set revenue guidance to be in the range of $450 million–$452 million. The management expects to add 33–34 company-owned restaurants and 14–16 franchised restaurants in 2018, while its SSSG is forecasted to be in the range of 0%-1%.

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    In the first three quarters of 2018, Chipotle Mexican Grill (CMG) posted an adjusted EPS of $7.16—36.4% growth from $5.25 in the first three quarters of 2017. The EPS growth was driven by revenue growth, expanded net margins, and lower weighted-average common shares outstanding due to share repurchases.

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    Shake Shack: Analysts Favor a ‘Hold’ Rating

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    Shake Shack’s EPS Growth Could Decline in 2019

    In the first three quarters of 2018, Shake Shack (SHAK) posted an adjusted EPS of $0.65—38.3% growth from $0.47 in the first three quarters of 2017. The EPS growth was driven by the revenue growth and lower effective tax rate. The growth was partially offset by a decline in the EBIT (earnings before interest and tax) margins. Increased labor expenses, other operating costs, and general and administrative expenses lowered Shake Shack’s EBIT margins during the first three quarters of 2018.