The Wingstop (WING) is expanding as ads helped to drive revenue up 43% last qtr while profits surged 74% due to lower wing prices.
Wingstop (WING) delivered excellent results last qtr — 150% profit growth on 46% revenue growth — as wing prices fell 49%.
Wingstop (WING) had profits surge last qtr as chicken wing prices fell. In addition, its new Chicken Sanwich is a catalyst for the stock.
Wingstop (WING) might have a catalyst coming in September when it launches its chicken sandwich, tossed in a choice of 12 sauces.
Wingstop (WING) stock is down while the company is benefiting from lower wing prices. And 52 is a good P/E to buy in at.
Wingstop’s (WING) chicken prices have been coming down, and that might mean better profitability in the upcoming quarters.
Wingstop (WING) is trying to grow from around 1700 locations to 6000. Expansion into Manhattan, England and Canada helps.
YES! Wingstop (WING) plans to open 25 company owned locations in Manhattan, with half of them ghost kitchens. Mmmm!
Wingstop (WING) is selling a lot more food these days, especially via digital orders. But high wing prices could cut profits.
Wingstop (WING) could have a catalyst on its hands with bone-in thighs, which would come in 11 bold distinctive flavors.
Wingstop (WING) has some fantastic numbers. But that’s COVID related. What I really like is the opportunity in Europe.
Wingstop (WING) has been rolling as its digital sales have jumped from 40% of sales to 65% since the Coronavirus outbreak.
Wingstop (WING) is in a perfect position for future growth as pick-up and delivery is big in a Coronavirus world.
Wingstop (WING) has lots going right including delivery with DoorDash. What it doesn’t have is a reasonable price.
Wingstop (WING) has a 101 P/E. Wow! And profits are expected to decline in 2019. There’s more to the story here: Dividends.
WIngstop (WING) is a new “hot stock” in the stock market. Here’s our first take on what we think the stock is really worth.