Lazydays (NASDAQ:LAZY) updated its first quarter 2021 earnings guidance on Tuesday. The company provided EPS guidance of – for the period. The company issued revenue guidance of $271 million-$271 million, compared to the consensus revenue estimate of $223.50 million.
A number of equities research analysts recently issued reports on the company. Truist Securities began coverage on Lazydays in a research note on Monday. They set a buy rating and a $26.00 price target for the company. Truist assumed coverage on shares of Lazydays in a report on Monday. They issued a buy rating and a $26.00 price target for the company. Finally, TheStreet upgraded Lazydays from a c- rating to a b- rating in a research note on Friday, March 19th.
Shares of LAZY traded down $0.09 during trading hours on Tuesday, hitting $24.44. 12,387 shares of the stock were exchanged, compared to its average volume of 165,455. The stock’s 50-day moving average price is $20.55 and its two-hundred day moving average price is $18.04. Lazydays has a 12-month low of $3.00 and a 12-month high of $25.74. The company has a debt-to-equity ratio of 0.87, a quick ratio of 0.76 and a current ratio of 1.28. The company has a market cap of $262.90 million, a price-to-earnings ratio of 29.76 and a beta of 1.68.
Lazydays (NASDAQ:LAZY) last announced its earnings results on Thursday, March 18th. The company reported $0.56 earnings per share (EPS) for the quarter. The company had revenue of $196.57 million for the quarter. Lazydays had a net margin of 2.89% and a return on equity of 26.76%.
Lazydays Company Profile
Lazydays Holdings, Inc operates recreation vehicle (RV) dealerships under the Lazydays name in the United States. It provides RV sales, RV parts and services, after-market parts and accessories, and RV camping facilities. The company offers various new and used RVs; onsite general RV maintenance and repair services; and collision repair services, as well as sells and installs various parts and accessories, such as tow hitches, satellite dishes, and suspension systems.
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