Gildan Activewear has active price momentum
This company has growth in sales and earnings, so I'm adding its stock to my Wall Street Survivor portfolio.
I was looking at stocks that have had and are expected to have double-digit growth in sales and earnings and are currently having positive price momentum as measured by Barchart technical indicators.
I found Gildan Activewear (GIL), a company that has over 60% market share in its niche. It makes the blank T-shirts and sweat shirts that all the other companies print on. The sales, earnings and price appreciation have been great.
- 96% Barchart technical buy signals
- Trend Spotter buy signal
- 9 new highs and up 16.12% in the last month
- Relative Strength Index 77.44% and rising
- Trades at 36.38 with a 50 day moving average of 32.13
- Wall Street analysts have 4 strong buy, 6 buy and 13 hold recommendations released
- Sales are projected to increase by 26.90% this year and 18.40% next year
- Earnings are forecasted to increase by 13.20%n this year, 21.20% next year and continue by 14.20% annually for the next 5 years
- For an unknown stock it has a larger following than I expected with 356 investors voting an opinion on Motley Fool
- CAPS members vote 243 to 13 that the stock will out perform the market
- The All Stars agree with a vote of 99 to 2 -- That's pretty positive
- Market share leader
- Double digit increase in sales and earnings
- Recent and positive price momentum
- Growing following both from Wall Street and the general investing public
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