For the current week, the overall ratings of four restaurant and resort stocks are worse, according to the Portfolio Graderdatabase. Each of these rates a “D” (“sell”) or “F” overall (“strong sell”).
Town Sports International Holdings, Inc.’s (CLUB) rating falls this week to an F (“strong sell”), down from last week’s D (“sell”). Town Sports International Holdings owns and operates fitness clubs in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions of the United States. In Portfolio Grader’s specific subcategories of Earnings Revisions and Cash Flow, CLUB also gets F’s. For more information, get Portfolio Grader’s complete analysis of CLUB stock.
This week, InterContinental Hotels Group PLC Sponsored ADR (IHG) falls to a D (“sell”), worse than last week’s grade of C (“hold”). InterContinental Hotels Group provides more than 674,000 guest rooms globally, serving over 150 million guests each year. Shares of the stock have been changing hands at an unusually rapid pace, twice the rate of the week prior. The trailing PE Ratio for the stock is 35.90. To get an in-depth look at IHG, get Portfolio Grader’s complete analysis of IHG stock.
Vail Resorts, Inc. (MTN) experiences a ratings drop this week, going from last week’s C to a D. Vail Resorts operates mountain resorts in the United States. The stock also rates an F in Earnings Momentum. The stock’s trailing PE Ratio is 115.70. For more information, get Portfolio Grader’s complete analysis of MTN stock.
Denny’s Corporation (DENN) is having a tough week. The company’s rating falls from a C to a D. Denny’s operates a family-style restaurant chain in the United States. The stock also gets an F in Margin Growth. Shares of the stock have been changing hands at an unusually rapid pace, four times the rate of the week prior. The trailing PE Ratio for the stock is 33.30. To get an in-depth look at DENN, get Portfolio Grader’s complete analysis of DENN stock.
Louis Navellier’s proprietary Portfolio Grader stock ranking system assesses roughly 5,000 companies every week based on a number of fundamental and quantitative measures. Stocks are given a letter grade based on their results — with A being “strong buy,” and F being “strong sell.” Explore the tool here.