I would love for this stock to be added to Free Trade!
Currently on my watch list. JD has had strong equity, revenue and EPS growth for the last 5 years, 3 years and 1 year. With only a small dividend yield and roughly 6% payout ratio, most of the profits are being plowed back into the company in the form of acquisitions and opening up new stores all around the world. The Executive Chairman has also bought stock in 2017 and 2018 which is never the worst sign!
Nevertheless, there are risks around Brexit, as EU stores are dependent on being sourced from UK warehouses. Although the company is looking into opening an EU hub.
JD’s share price is currently high due to good Christmas sales, but I am definitely interested in investing in this company in the near future and would be great if it could be added
Feel free to create a new #investing-and-markets topics & share your thoughts about JD’s future with the community
JD Sports is the best performing FTSE 100 stock of the last decade.
Its share price up over 3,200% since January 2010
That means that, if you’d invested £1,000 in 2010, it would be worth £32,000 today.
Which leads us nicely back into this thread.