Looking at the fundamentals, this stock has a consensus rating of 3.74/5, with 12 buys, 8 holds, and 3 sells; Bloomberg indicates a possible upside of 24.1%. Supported by its dividend, Foot Locker currently boasts a yield of almost 3.0% and has been paying $0.345/share for the past two quarters with dividend growth of approximately 11% year-on-year.
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Country: Country refers to the issuer’s country of risk. The methodology consists of these factors, listed in order of importance: management location, country of primary listing, country of revenue, and reporting currency of the issuer. Management location is defined by country of domicile unless location of such key players as Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Chief Financial Officer (CFO), Chief Operating Officer (COO), and/or General Counsel is proven to be otherwise.
Value: Based on the ratios: EBITDA-to-EV, book-to-price, earnings-to-price, cash flow-to-EV, and sales-to-EV. For financials and insurance, only book-to-price and earnings-to-price are used. For REITs, the EBITDA-to-EV, book-to-price, earnings-to-price and cash flow-to-EV are used.
Yield: Based on Shareholder Yield for non-financials (including insurance) and Dividend Yield for financials. Shareholder Yield is a measure of total returned capital to shareholders which is the sum of dividends paid, net capital stock, and net change in long-term debt.
Quality: Return on equity (ROE), return on assets (ROA) and return on invested capital (ROIC). ROIC is not used for financials and insurance.
Leverage: Net-debt-to-assets for non-financials and REITs and equity-to-assets for financials and insurance.
Momentum: Based on the 252-day minus 21-day price change.
Volatility: Downside deviation (volatility of negative returns) over the past year.
Total: Mean of all seven factors.