ADVFN Logo ADVFN

We could not find any results for:
Make sure your spelling is correct or try broadening your search.

Trending Now

Toplists

It looks like you aren't logged in.
Click the button below to log in and view your recent history.

Hot Features

Registration Strip Icon for default Register for Free to get streaming real-time quotes, interactive charts, live options flow, and more.
Dollar Tree Inc

Dollar Tree Inc (DLTR)

114.46
0.98
( 0.86% )
Updated: 14:04:15

Professional-Grade Tools, for Individual Investors.

Key stats and details

Current Price
114.46
Bid
114.41
Ask
114.47
Volume
1,154,416
114.02 Day's Range 116.37
102.77 52 Week Range 161.04
Market Cap
Previous Close
113.48
Open
115.23
Last Trade
100
@
114.46
Last Trade Time
14:04:15
Financial Volume
$ 132,912,693
VWAP
115.1341
Average Volume (3m)
2,986,303
Shares Outstanding
217,871,937
Dividend Yield
-
PE Ratio
-24.93
Earnings Per Share (EPS)
-4.58
Revenue
30.6B
Net Profit
-998.4M

About Dollar Tree Inc

Dollar Tree operates discount stores in the U.S. and Canada, including 8,647 shops under its namesake banner and 8,016 Family Dollar units (as of the end of fiscal 2021). The eponymous chain features branded and private-label goods, generally at a $1.25 price. Around 45% of Dollar Tree stores' fisca... Dollar Tree operates discount stores in the U.S. and Canada, including 8,647 shops under its namesake banner and 8,016 Family Dollar units (as of the end of fiscal 2021). The eponymous chain features branded and private-label goods, generally at a $1.25 price. Around 45% of Dollar Tree stores' fiscal 2021 sales came from consumables (including food, health and beauty, and household paper and cleaning products), nearly 50% from variety items (including toys and housewares), and just over 5% from seasonal goods. Family Dollar features branded and private-label goods at prices generally ranging from $1 to $10, with over 76% of fiscal 2021 sales from consumables, 9% from seasonal/electronic items (including prepaid phones and toys), 8% from home products, and 6% from apparel and accessories. Show more

Sector
Variety Stores
Industry
Variety Stores
Headquarters
Chesapeake, Virginia, USA
Founded
1970
Dollar Tree Inc is listed in the Variety Stores sector of the NASDAQ with ticker DLTR. The last closing price for Dollar Tree was $113.48. Over the last year, Dollar Tree shares have traded in a share price range of $ 102.77 to $ 161.04.

Dollar Tree currently has 217,871,937 shares outstanding. The market capitalization of Dollar Tree is $24.89 billion. Dollar Tree has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -24.93.

Dollar Tree (DLTR) Options Flow Summary

Overall Flow

Bearish

Net Premium

-58k

Calls / Puts

114.29%

Buys / Sells

25.00%

OTM / ITM

66.67%

Sweeps Ratio

0.00%

DLTR Latest News

Dollar Tree Provides Post-Tornado Update on Distribution Center in Marietta, Oklahoma

Confirms no associates were injured at the facility and the Company is providing recovery support Taking immediate actions to limit disruption to business operations and customer experience...

Boeing Down in Pre-Market Due to CEO Developments and Denver Incident; MicroStrategy Surges 11% with BTC Spike, and More

MicroStrategy (NASDAQ:MSTR), Coinbase Global (NASDAQ:COIN) – In pre-market trading, MicroStrategy saw an 11.26% increase priced at $1,601.00, while Coinbase Global gained 5.85% priced at...

Fiskerโ€™s Shares Take a Hit Amid Speculation of Bankruptcy, Altria Divests from AB InBev to Fund Stock Repurchase Initiative

Fisker (NYSE:FSR) – Shares of the electric vehicle startup fell 39.71% in pre-market trading, following a Wall Street Journal report that Fisker hired restructuring consultants as part of...

Moore Law, PLLC Encourages Dollar Tree, Inc. Investors to Contact Law Firm

Moore Law, PLLC Encourages Dollar Tree, Inc. Investors to Contact Law Firm PR Newswire NEW YORK, March 13, 2024 NEW YORK, March 13, 2024 /PRNewswire/ -- Moore Law, PLLC, a securities and...

PeriodChangeChange %OpenHighLowAvg. Daily VolVWAP
1-7.88-6.44106588197122.34123.17113.312248217117.59725483CS
4-7.36-6.04170087014121.82123.17113.312215442119.57904655CS
12-30.79-21.1979345955145.25151.215113.312986303129.26494952CS
26-1.27-1.09738183703115.73151.215113.312612296131.09927575CS
52-46.04-28.6853582555160.5161.04102.772502016129.40372991CS
1566.425.94224361348108.04177.1984.262628608131.45221224CS
26014.8114.862017059799.65177.1960.22488682118.35786335CS

Market Movers

View all
  • Most Active
  • % Gainers
  • % Losers
SymbolPriceVol.
MGOLMGO Global Inc
$ 1.05
(356.72%)
272.55M
MGRXMangoceuticals Inc
$ 0.6619
(161.62%)
218.47M
BDRXBiodexa Pharmaceuticals PLC
$ 2.144
(68.82%)
113.9M
BRLSBorealis Foods Inc
$ 6.60
(65.00%)
3.64M
CJETChijet Motor Company Inc
$ 0.5286
(52.25%)
5.81M
CTNTCheetah Net Supply Chain Service Inc
$ 1.7009
(-88.48%)
31.58M
GWAVGreenwave Technology Solutions Inc
$ 0.0579
(-63.35%)
528.03M
LUXHLuxUrban Hotels Inc
$ 0.26
(-42.22%)
9.31M
GTBPGT Biopharma Inc
$ 5.0208
(-35.63%)
18.21M
CRKNCrown Electrokinetics Corporation
$ 0.132
(-33.67%)
275.75M
GWAVGreenwave Technology Solutions Inc
$ 0.0579
(-63.35%)
528.03M
CRKNCrown Electrokinetics Corporation
$ 0.132
(-33.67%)
275.75M
MGOLMGO Global Inc
$ 1.06
(361.07%)
272.73M
MGRXMangoceuticals Inc
$ 0.6618
(161.58%)
218.48M
FFIEFaraday Future Intelligent Electric Inc
$ 1.4299
(-20.56%)
190.26M

DLTR Discussion

View Posts
Southern Gal Southern Gal 23 hours ago
Dipping pretty significantly. Looking to pick up a few should it get close to $110
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
Banjo50 Banjo50 1 month ago
I went to Dollar Tree to buy hotdog buns price $3.00. I walked across the street to Aldi $1.29. Almost everything at Dollar Tree is over priced. I hardly buy anything in there anymore.
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
Monksdream Monksdream 2 months ago
DLTR 10Q due March 13
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
TRUSTUNITS1000000 TRUSTUNITS1000000 7 months ago
Walmart fka
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
TRUSTUNITS1000000 TRUSTUNITS1000000 8 months ago
LOL
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
Banjo50 Banjo50 9 months ago
Yes, I did notice that they have many items that are more than the $1.25 price that everyone expects.
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
TRUISM TRUISM 9 months ago
Sadly, it should now be called "DOLLARS TREE," as items get even more expensive.



TRUISM
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
entertaininvesting entertaininvesting 1 year ago
lets see when they put more PR on this one. you may be right or i may be making some good $$$. i like how some hedge fund backing the deal.
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
Banjo50 Banjo50 1 year ago
Looks like a scam to me. Easier to take you money to the closest toilet and flush.
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
entertaininvesting entertaininvesting 1 year ago
New startup in dollar store trading in OTC, Labwire (LBWR), just announced its Q1 earning today:

https://www.otcmarkets.com/stock/LBWR/news/Labwire-Inc-Releases-Q1-2023-Financial-Results--Provides-Information-on-Pending-Acquisitions-and-Financing-Activities?id=398639

it said that $2m in 2023 projected sales - not bad from $0 in 2022.
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
Banjo50 Banjo50 1 year ago
I couldn't help but notice that foot traffic in the Dollar Tree stores in my area are quite brisk. Price increases with other retailers have made many of Dollar Tree's products competitive again, even with the 25% price increase. I may have sold too early.
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
Bunti Bunti 2 years ago
Nice breakout
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
Bunti Bunti 2 years ago
Bull Flag was formed on the daily chart
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
Rebel In The FDG Rebel In The FDG 2 years ago
Exactly how I read it.

DLTR
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
Banjo50 Banjo50 2 years ago
My point is that Dollar Tree no longer offers value for a dollar spent and their frugal customers will eventually catch on.
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
Rebel In The FDG Rebel In The FDG 2 years ago
Well said across the board!!!

My model Chevy truck same options has gone up $17K in the last 8 years or soโ€ฆ

Everything is effected โ€ฆ.

The only things we can control are our thoughts and actionsโ€ฆ..

Getting some ESPP shares cheap this quarterโ€ฆ.

โ€”-> DLTR <โ€”-

Good luck to you :)
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
Banjo50 Banjo50 2 years ago
Unless inflation pushes prices up with Dollar Tree's competitors, I see this company losing market share. I used to spend about 60 dollars per month in Dollar Tree now I spend about $5.00. One example is lemon juice. Two years ago in was $1.00 for a 33 oz. bottle. Then $1.00 for a 32 oz. bottle. Six months later $1.00 for a 16 oz. bottle. Then $1.25 for a 16 oz. bottle. Now $1.25 for an 8 oz. squeeze bottle shaped like a lemon. Repeat this shrinkflation for everything in the store and customers eventually will realize that nothing at Dollar Tree is a bargain. I may have sold my shares too early, but I'm still glad I got out. I still have a small option position which I hope expires in my favor in January. After that I'm completely out and gone for good.
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
Bunti Bunti 2 years ago
Any inputs on considering $DLTR for long term?
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
Rebel In The FDG Rebel In The FDG 2 years ago
6/13/22 ****¥¥¥¥****
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
Rebel In The FDG Rebel In The FDG 2 years ago
Congrats on your profits!

(((BOOM)))

$DLTR
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
Banjo50 Banjo50 2 years ago
I sold my last 200 shares of Dollar Tree today for a nice profit. It may go higher, but right now cash is king. For those of you waiting for a higher price, I wish you the best, but I think Dollar Tree will go lower in the long run. Putin's war and inflation are taking a very large bite out of the market in general and Dollar Tree will be pulled down with the rest.
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
blackpilled blackpilled 2 years ago
Heavy call volume. Someone bought 18k volume calls for November on 180 strike and another 8k on the $190. This stock hasnโ€™t had its best run to come. And thatโ€™s volume not dollar amount: dollar amount do the math when each option is $400 a pop
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
Rebel In The FDG Rebel In The FDG 2 years ago
Absolutely!!! Most are out of energy shots too!!! Drive where you can and survive.

DLTR

๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
Banjo50 Banjo50 2 years ago
Tried to buy D-cell batteries At Dollar Tree yesterday. They didn't have any. Wanted lemon lime soda. They were out. Most shelves were half empty. I left the store with nothing. It is no longer worth the attempt to buy something at Dollar Tree when Walmart and Target are right down the road with better prices and full shelves. I think, in the long run, this ends badly for the share holders.
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
Rebel In The FDG Rebel In The FDG 2 years ago
Well said!!! I agreeโ€ฆ.. just drive around and do that.

Debt free and loving it!!!

DLTR
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
Banjo50 Banjo50 2 years ago
Last quarter numbers were great, but how soon will it be before the frugal shoppers that are Dollar Tree's customer base realize that the 25% across the board increase has made many of the products a ripoff. Ultra Bright tooth paste 5.5 oz. 93 cents at Walmart. Reach dental floss 97 cents at Walmart. Loaf of white bread 95 cents at Aldi. Lemon juce that was $1.00 for 32 oz. bottle before the price increase is now$1.25 for 17oz. at Dollar Tree for a 100% price increase. I could go on and on.
Dolllar Tree's prices are no longer competitive. I expect this greed will bite them on the backside down the road.
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
Rebel In The FDG Rebel In The FDG 2 years ago
But of course Iโ€™m biased!!! If you couldnโ€™t tell . ;). Lol

DLTR
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
Rebel In The FDG Rebel In The FDG 2 years ago
Family Dollar / Dollar tree combo stores driving sales across the board โ€ฆ..

thatโ€™s an easy findโ€ฆ

DLTR
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
Rebel In The FDG Rebel In The FDG 2 years ago
FD Carries the Dollar Tree flag right nowโ€ฆ. I encourage you to shop at more than one. Bad apples ruin it for all of usโ€ฆ.

Good post thoughโ€ฆ. Wonโ€™t be selling.

DLTR !!!!

๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
Banjo50 Banjo50 2 years ago
Sell Family Dollar stores. Prices are high. Selection is poor. The check out is incredibly slow.
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
pepeoil pepeoil 2 years ago
Yep, my little nest is in here for a tick under 100. I think I will unload this one and call it wonderful. It was a great ride
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
rynlrt rynlrt 3 years ago
Gap at 87. My puts are looking real good from yesterday
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
makinezmoney makinezmoney 3 years ago
$DLTR: HOLLLLLLLLYYYYYYY CRAP.... $DLTR Oct-1 $95-calls up 53k% !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



JUST TODAY !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



OMMMMMMMMMMM GGGGGGGGGGGGGGG


Was just $0.01 yesterday.............. now 5.45




GO $DLTR
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
crudeoil24 crudeoil24 3 years ago
Dollar Tree shares are trading higher after the company increased its buyback program by $1.05 billion, to a total of $2.5 billion.



๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
CanItBThisEZ2Make CanItBThisEZ2Make 3 years ago
Dollar General is NOT a Dollar Store
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
Nebuchadnezzar Nebuchadnezzar 3 years ago
nibble today, will load up in the $80s
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
conix conix 3 years ago
With prices creeping up, more Americans are turning to dollar stores

Abha Bhattarai

The Washington Post
Aug. 20, 2021


Comments

Kyle Dishman can't afford to shop at the local grocery store anymore. Instead he goes to Dollar General, where he can make $40 stretch into a week's worth of groceries and the occasional can of motor oil for his Chrysler 300.

He sticks with pasta, frozen pizza and canned vegetables, fully aware that "any food you can buy for only $1 is not the greatest for you." But Dishman says prices have gone up so much that he's started rationing his food.

"When you only have a certain amount to spend, it's like, why not just go to the dollar store?" he said.

A growing number of Americans are relying on dollar stores for everyday needs, especially groceries, as the coronavirus pandemic drags into its 18th month. Chains such as Dollar General and Dollar Tree are reporting blockbuster sales and profits, and proliferating so quickly that some U.S. cities want to limit their growth. The 1,650 dollar stores expected to open this year represent nearly half of all new national retail openings, according to Coresight Research.

Foot traffic at the largest such chain, Dollar General, is up 32% from pre-pandemic levels, far outpacing the 3% increase at Walmart, one of the few retail winners of last year, according to Placer.ai, which analyzes shopping patterns using location data from 30 million devices.

Analysts say the explosive rise of dollar stores is yet another example of how the pandemic has reshaped the economy and widened the gulf between the wealthiest and poorest Americans. Rising grocery prices - inflation is up 5.4% from last year - coupled with disproportionately high job losses among low-income workers have left many of the most vulnerable Americans in even worse shape.

"It's a striking disparity: In this country, there is now dollar-store land and there is Whole Foods land," said Stacy Mitchell, co-director of the Institute for Local Self-Reliance, a nonprofit advocacy group. "And if you live in Whole Foods land, it's very hard for people to understand just how desperate circumstances are for the rest of the country."

Dollar stores, which sell any number of name-brand items, including snacks, toys and holiday decor, have been proliferating for years, particularly in impoverished and rural areas where they are often the only major retailers. The pandemic, though, ushered an influx of new shoppers - including many who had previously been able to buy in larger, more cost-efficient quantities at big-box chains. But with smaller paychecks and rising prices, they say it's no longer feasible to stock up elsewhere.

Executives at Dollar General say they began seeing a rise in new customers last March, just as much of the country began shutting down because of the pandemic. Its newest shoppers tend to be younger, have higher incomes and be more ethnically diverse, according to spokeswoman Crystal Luce.


Dishman, 29, who works at a Vans outlet store in West Carrollton, Ohio, said his hours were nearly halved during the pandemic, from about 35 hours a week to 20. He's been picking up food-delivery gigs with Grub Hub, but has had to do away with trips to Kroger, where he used to spend about $150 every two weeks for his two-member household.

"Prices are going sky-high and my income is going in the opposite direction," he said. "That makes buying food, even at the dollar store, kind of rough."

There are more than 34,000 dollar stores in the United States, more than all Walmart, Starbucks and McDonald's businesses combined. The two largest chains - Dollar General and Dollar Tree, which owns Family Dollar - make up the vast majority of them, with more than 32,000 locations. Many are concentrated in lower-income areas, and analysts say it's increasingly common to see three, four and even five dollar stores within a few blocks of one another, making it difficult for smaller chains and grocery stores, which have thinner margins, to compete.

And despite their names, many dollar chains, including Family Dollar and Dollar General, sell items that cost $10 or more. Dollar Tree remains the only major retailer that continues to price its entire inventory for $1.

"It's one thing to have a dollar store or a couple of dollar stores in a neighborhood, but when you've got them at the density levels we're seeing, it's really difficult for grocery stores to open and succeed," said Mitchell of ILSR. "Dollar stores are the No. 1 driver of 'food deserts' at this point."

Food deserts, generally defined as urban areas in which the closest grocery store is more than a mile away, tend to concentrate in low-income neighborhoods. Several cities, including Tulsa, New Orleans, Mesquite, Texas, and Birmingham, Ala., have passed legislation restricting dollar stores from opening within one or two miles of existing locations. Other areas, like Oklahoma City's Ward 7, are requiring that new discount stores either have a pharmacy or dedicate at least 500 square feet to fresh vegetables, fruit and meat.

"We need more than just processed foods in our communities," said Nikki Nice, an Oklahoma City council member.

The life expectancy in a particular Zip code in northeast Oklahoma City without fresh groceries is 18 years lower than in other parts of the city, she said, adding that the three-dollar stores in the area sell packaged foods such as bread, milk and cheese, but no fresh produce. Dollar General, for example, sells fresh groceries in about 7% of its stores.

"We need better options, particularly in Black communities and other intentionally ignored neighborhoods, where we have been tremendously impacted by the lack of fresh groceries," Nice said.

The pandemic has accelerated the dominance of the country's largest retailers, including Walmart, Amazon, Kroger and Target, to the detriment of small and regional operations. That dynamic, analysts say, has been pronounced in small towns across the country. Major chains have been better positioned to handle supply chain disruptions, rising costs and labor shortages.

Growing income inequality, economists say, has also led to rising polarization among retailers. Discount chains and high-end retailers have in many cases fared much better than their midrange counterparts.

Chains such as Whole Foods Market, which is known for higher-priced organic and specialty goods, have benefited from rising home prices and a rallying stock market that have boosted the fortunes of the wealthiest Americans The Austin-based grocer is adding 43 stores to its roster of 500 this year, many of them in high-income urban areas, including 11 in California, five in New York and four in Florida.

At the other end, Dollar General, which carries national brands such as Clorox, Coca-Cola, Hanes and Nestlé, keeps costs low by renting in inexpensive parts of town and keeping stores thinly staffed, analysts said. The chain, which last year posted $33.7 billion in sales, also has tremendous buying power, allowing it to keep prices within a few percentage points of Walmart's, the world's largest retailer, according to Anthony Chukumba, an analyst at Loop Capital Markets.

"The formula for Dollar General is small, conveniently located stores with a lot of name-brand items and very sharp pricing," he said. "In tough economic times, we see folks trade down from grocery stores and convenience stores to dollar stores. With inflation pushing prices higher, we're starting to see that phenomenon again."

Dollar General's profits rose 4% to $678 million in the most recent quarter, prompting it to increase its outlook for the rest of the year. The chain, which is targeting younger, trendier shoppers with a new concept called Popshelf, is opening 1,050 stores this year and remodeling 1,750 others.

American households, on average, spent $4,643 on groceries in 2019, more than they do on rent or education, according to the most recent data available from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. That figure, economists say, is likely to have risen considerably during the pandemic, as consumers cut back on dining out.

Aside from a recent trip to Walmart, Nancie Norton has shopped exclusively at Dollar General since the coronavirus pandemic took hold early last year. She usually stops in after 9 p.m., but says she still has to wait 20 minutes in line because there are so many shoppers.

Norton, a retired teacher's aide who lives on about $1,100 a month, says she's begun cutting back from two trips a week to one. Prices are rising, she says, and quantities shrinking, which means she's having to stretch the food she does buy: milk, eggs, bread, cheese, frozen dinners and ketchup.

"I've tried to slow down a little bit and do without until I can afford to go again," said Norton, 67, who lives in Panama City, Fla., with her 98-year-old mother. She said her shopping options have been limited since Hurricane Michael destroyed a number of businesses in late 2018. "We buy everything we need at Dollar General. The things they don't have, we do without."

- - -

Shoppers streamed into a Dollar General in Mount Rainier, Md., on a recent weekday afternoon, picking up cases of paper towels, boxes of frozen pizza rolls and cans of sparkling water. One shopper, Deborah, said she'd taken two buses in search of affordable household staples. She bought batteries, a serving bowl and a cupcake at Dollar Tree before picking up cleaning spray at a nearby Dollar General. The prices at the local Giant, Safeway and Harris Teeter grocery stores have been creeping up, she said, making everyday items like paper towels and plastic wrap more expensive.

"I was going to get batteries at Harris Teeter, but they were so expensive - $7 for four - that I said, 'Let me just go to the dollar store,' " said Deborah, who did not want to be identified by her full name.

At Dollar Tree, she picked up five batteries for $1. "They used to be even cheaper," she said. "They used to come six to a pack."

In Roselle Park, N.J., Alan Gatto has begun stopping by his local dollar store almost every day now that prices are ticking up elsewhere.

And though package sizes are shrinking - paper towels, for example, have gone from 140 sheets per pack to 100 - he says prices for most everyday goods, such as cat litter and milk, are still more reasonable than at the nearby supermarket.

"It looks like inflation is coming back, so I worry about prices going up," the 75-year-old said. "But at the dollar store, a dollar is a dollar."
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
CMDFundamenntal CMDFundamenntal 4 years ago
We have launched a video stacking up DLTR against some of the big boys WMT, COST, etc. Good outlook for DLTR, so hope you enjoy.

YouTube Channel : CMD Fundamental Investment
Video : Top 5 Retail Stocks In Covid-19 Growth
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
Rebel In The FDG Rebel In The FDG 4 years ago
Family dollar banner dominated the quarter compared to DT. 1-2 combo!!!
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
Scootter82 Scootter82 4 years ago
avg in @ 74.81
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
koolmc koolmc 5 years ago
on watch for swing worst case 80's before popping again, hold here then 100's possible again especially if recession fears pick up .
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
Cannabisprince Cannabisprince 5 years ago
Rated worst company to work for!!
Company has lots of law suits for unfair labor practices.
With the min wage increasing dollar tree will either have to increase prices or cut down on hours.
The store my friend works at already cut down the hours. Orlando store near UCF. Regional manager (i believe shes regional) her name is Cheryl promised a fellow employee compensation for taking up the store manager position for a month while making the same pay. She promised him the position as well. He didnt get anything. No compensation at all. Unfair job practices in dollar tree. Some managers clock out for their lunch and they still have to work because theirs only 2-3 employees running a store at a time. This company will crash over time. SHORT this before the laws change. You have been warned. Make fun of me all you want but i see signs that this company wont be around much longer once the wage laws change. They will increase prices but once that happens customers will just go to 5 below instead to get better quality products
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
TFMG TFMG 5 years ago
$DLTR MAJOR SUPPORT LOST IS SIGNIFICANT PRE EARNINGS

Having Lost support at $98 the stock of NASDAQ:DLTR looks at risk of taking another drop lower if earnings are not superb. Support from the 200MA is not far below for security and the selling should not be very intense as the stock is already in oversold conditions, and the momentum indicator is already turning more bullish signalling a possible reversal. China, margins and supply chain will be to the forefront of everyone's thoughts and will determine the direction for the stock in the weeks to come.


๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
Finditdotcom Finditdotcom 5 years ago
Dollar Tree Executives Decide To Finally Sell Items Priced Higher than $1 https://news.findit.com/news/1810124/dollar-tree-executives-decide-to-finally-sell-items-priced-higher-than-1
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
whytestocks whytestocks 5 years ago
News: $DLTR Dollar Tree, Inc. Reports Results for the Fourth Quarter and Fiscal Year 2018

~ Consolidated Sales of $6.21 Billion; Enterprise Same-Store Sales Increased 2.4% ~ ~ Same-Store Sales by Segment: Dollar Tree +3.2%, Family Dollar +1.4% ~ ~ Accelerates Plans for Improving Family Dollar Performance; Takes Non-Cash Charge against Acquisition Goodwill ~ ~ Plan...

In case you are interested https://marketwirenews.com/news-releases/dollar-tree-inc-reports-results-for-the-fourth-quarter-and-fiscal-year-2018-7810708.html
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
Talc Moan Talc Moan 5 years ago
New York (CNN Business)Family Dollar will close 390 stores this year and make big changes to the stores it is keeping open as the discount chain seeks a turnaround.

Family Dollar sells a variety of items for under $10 at rural and urban locations. Dollar Tree bought the company in 2015. But Family Dollar has struggled, and Dollar Tree is under heavy pressure from an activist investor to sell or revitalize the ailing line.
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
ernie44 ernie44 5 years ago
somebody reminded me that they got some at .26 --that's more than a quarter--but sold at triple that<<<<<<<<<<< what a dummy

ca, 2001
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
stocktrademan stocktrademan 6 years ago
DLTR invest 80.64























normal chart




log chart



๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
JohnSamuel JohnSamuel 6 years ago
Bought in at $79.56 for 500 shares yesterday. I think this is way oversold and should get back to $85 in the next week or two. Good luck to anyone else that has bought in too.

jmho
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0
ITMS ITMS 6 years ago
The Dollar Stores Are No Bargain Yet

The two leading publicly traded discount variety retail stores are Dollar Tree Inc (NASDAQ:DLTR) and Dollar General Corp (NYSE:DG). Both of these stocks topped out on the charts in late January 2018 and have fallen sharply from that peak. It should be noted that these two retailers have struggled to gain any traction back to there former highs. When stocks show weak relative strength compared to the major stock indexes it indicates potential downside to come.

Dollar Tree Inc (NASDAQ:DLTR) peaked out on January 31, 2018 at $116.65 a share. Today, DLTR stock is trading lower by $1.39 to $93.03 a share. So far, the stock is trading just above it's daily chart 200-day moving average, but a close below it would likely signal further downside. The stock should have major support around the $83.00 area. This level is where the stock broke out in September 2017. Often, prior breakout levels will serve as major support when retested. This is where I would be interested in the stock on the long side. Until this level is reached the Dollar Tree (NASDAQ:DLTR) stock is no bargain.





Nicholas Santiago
InTheMoneyStocks
๐Ÿ‘๏ธ0

Your Recent History

Delayed Upgrade Clock