Chipotle (CMG) stock has been doing well as profits have been “off the chart”. But with a high P/E, CMG could decline as growth slows.
Chipotle (CMG) profits soared 84% last quarter as almost 40% of revenue came from digital sales, which improved profit margins.
Chipotle’s (CMG) profit margins are surging higher — as digital sales and Chipotlanes are increasing restaurant effeciency.
Most of Chipotle’s (CMG) customers are higher-income, and they are eating at the restaurants more often, even in this recession.
Chipotle (CMG) is growing profits (+25% last qtr) & sales (+17%) at healthy rates. Analysts expected bigger things in the years to come.
Chipotle (CMG) is seeing higher costs of items such as avocado. So its raised prices, and hasn’t seen a slowdown in demand. Great!
Chipotle (CMG) is facing higher costs, but the recent price increases helped offset their impact without affecting demand.
Chipotle (CMG) is doing great, but the stock went from $1300 to $1900 within the past year, and needs to digest its gains.
Chipotle’s (CMG) digital sales and Chipotlanes are boosting not only sales per restaurant, but also restaurant profit margins.
Chipotle (CMG) has TWO big catalysts for growth in its digital sales and Chipotlanes that could cause profits to soar.
At almost $1500 a share, Chipotle (CMG) seems expensive with a P/E of 64. But the stock could be headed to $3000 by 2025.
Chipotle’s digital sales have given the company a catalyst for the coming years, as analysts predict profits will soar.
Chipltoe (CMG) is installing drive-thru lanes (named Chipotlanes) in many stores and these could be HUGE for profits.
During 2015-2018 Chipotle (CMG) suffered from customer illnesses caused by bacteria. Now profits are set to hit new highs.
Chipotle (CMG) continues to have issues with sales and profits, and this time it’s from competition not E.coli. Also, the new chorizo has no flavor.
Chipotle may have lost its Midas touch with customers, as some may be gone for good. My take is management is lowering expectations to beat them later.
Chipotle (CMG) isn’t growing profits like it used to. The stock has a 32 P/E yet profit growth is only 8%. I’ll sell CMG stock.
Double digit same store sales continue to fuel Chipotle’s (CMG) run. Now profit growth is set to accelerate too. Still, CMG is high. I wouldn’t buy.