Where Will Tiffany & Co. Go Next?

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E = Earnings Are Increasing Quarter-Over-Quarter

Rising stock prices are often strongly correlated with rising growth rates. What do the last four quarterly earnings and revenue growth figures for Tiffany & Co. look like? The last four quarterly earnings growth (Y-O-Y) rates have been: 1.45, -30, 4.35, and 1.59 percent while the last four revenue growth (Y-O-Y) rates have all been: 4.07, 3.77, 1.59, and 7.64 percent. Tiffany & Co. has mostly posted rising earnings and revenue growth (Y-O-Y) over the last four quarters.

More importantly, how did the markets take these numbers? The last four quarterly earnings announcement reactions help gauge investor sentiment on Tiffany & Co.’s stock. The last four quarters have seen next trading session returns of 1.94, -6.16, 7.19, and -6.8 percent. The markets have had mixed emotions about the last four reported earnings.

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P = Excellent Relative Performance Versus Peers and Sector

How has Tiffany & Co. stock done relative to its peers and sector? Year-to-date, the stock is returning 15.65 percent while its competitors, Zale (NYSE:ZLC), Blue Nile (NASDAQ:NILE), and sector are returning -11.33, -12.35, and 10.25 percent respectively. Tiffany & Co. has led the competition by a wide margin.

Conclusion

Tiffany & Co. provides access to a range of products that have attracted investors throughout the years. Earnings and revenue growth rates have supported a strong run in the stock. This had led the stock to post year-to-date returns that have dominated the  competition. Look for Tiffany & Co. to continue to OUTPERFORM.

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