Dogness (International) (NASDAQ: DOGZ) Offers Shareholders Impressive 160% 1-Year Return, Up 16% In Just Last Week
The maximum you can lose on any stock (assuming you’re not using leverage) is 100% of your money. But if you choose the right company to buy stocks, you can earn more than you can lose. For example, the Dogness (International) Corporation (NASDAQ: DOGZ) The stock price has more than doubled in just one year – up 160%. The 34% gain over the past three months has also pleased shareholders. Long-term returns have not been so good, with the share price only 11% higher than it was three years ago.
The past week has turned out to be lucrative for Dogness (international) investors, so let’s see if the fundamentals drove the company’s year-over-year performance.
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In his essay Graham-and-Doddsville super-investors Warren Buffett described how stock prices don’t always rationally reflect a company’s value. An imperfect but simple way to consider how a company’s market perception has changed is to compare the evolution of earnings per share (EPS) with the movement of the share price.
Over the past twelve months, Dogness (International) has gone from profitable to unprofitable. While this may turn out to be temporary, we see it as negative, so we wouldn’t have expected the share price to rise. We might get a clue to explain the stock price movement by looking at other metrics.
Dogness (International) revenue actually fell 20% from last year. So, using a snapshot of key trade metrics doesn’t give us a good idea of why the market is increasing the stock.
The company’s revenue and profits (over time) are shown in the image below (click to see exact numbers).
Take a closer look at the financial health of Dogness (International) with this free report on its balance sheet.
A different perspective
Fortunately, the total return to shareholders of Dogness (International) last year was 160%. This gain actually exceeds the TSR by 4% it generated (per year) over three years. Given the track record of strong returns over varying time frames, it might be worth putting Dogness (International) on your watch list. It is always interesting to follow the evolution of stock prices over the long term. But to understand Dogness (International) better, there are many other factors to consider. For example, we discovered 4 warning signs for Dogness (International) (1 is a bit nasty!) Which you should be aware of before investing here.
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Please note that the market returns quoted in this article reflect the market-weighted average returns of stocks currently traded on US stock exchanges.
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