There's one big question on Under Armour (NYSE: UA) (NYSE: UAA) investors' minds these days: Has the stock hit bottom yet? There's no question that 2017 has been a terrible year for the sportswear-maker. Shares are down 46% …
This wasn't the first downgrade of Under Armour's stock in 2018, with Susquehanna analyst Dam Poser updating his rating from neutral to negative last week over concerns that the company's brand would "deteriorate" in the near term …
“They want the access to the capital of a public company and the control of a private company.” Kevin Plank's control of Under Armour has propelled the Baltimore-based brand's sales, profits and stock value for a decade at "incredible" rates.
Vasilescu says the situation at Under Armour is more dire than investors realize. Consensus Wall Street estimates are calling for 4.6 percent revenue growth from Under Armour in 2018, but Vasilescu says the company will report a 1 …
Under Armour short sellers have made almost $1 billion in 2017 betting against the stock, which had fallen 54% year-to-date through Tuesday. The company cut its full-year 2017 guidance as part of a disappointing third-quarter earnings …
Kevin Durant is not a fan of Under Armour shoes. He made that abundantly clear during an appearance on The Bill Simmons Podcast this week, saying “nobody wants to play in Under Armours.” For me, I didn’t want to go to Maryland. …
Tom Brady is a rich man. Long career, supermodel wife, endorsement deals galore. But one of the savviest financial moves Brady made came in a 2010 endorsement deal with Under Armour. That deal paid Brady with shares in the company, …
Under Armour stock has dropped three percent since last Wednesday, but there’s been no apparent change in how the company is viewed by analysts. Goldman Sachs has dubbed the revenue goal “achievable” and Stern Agee (and others) …
Under Armour’s shares still carry the highest valuation of the big global sportswear companies with its stock trading at 39.1 times forward earnings. Nike in contrast trades at 22.4 times, and Adidas at 24.7 times. The company also said …
Under Armour (NYSE: UA) announced that its Board of Directors has approved a two-for-one stock split of its outstanding common stock. The stock split will be effected in the form of a stock dividend of one share of Class A Common Stock