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American Eagle Outfitters, also called American Eagle, is a multi-brand specialty retailer. It offers an assortment of apparel and accessories for men and women under the American Eagle Outfitters brand, and intimates, apparel and personal care products for women under the Aerie brand. Read More The firm operates stores in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Hong Kong, China and the United Kingdom. It also acquired two emerging brands to complement its existing brands, Tailgate, a vintage sports-inspired apparel brand, and Todd Snyder New York, a premium menswear brand. The company was founded in 1977 and is headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA.
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Seeking AlphaMay 22
Investors Should Be Disappointed With American Eagle's Subpar Dividend Policy
While the stock seems appealing for capital gains, I cannot advise dividend investors to buy any shares. The stock's dividend is super safe, and could easily be increased multiple times. Written by Sam Kovacs Introduction American Eagle Outfitters (AEO) has a dividend yield of 2.76% and is trading at $19.96 per share. Based on my M.A.D Assessment, AEO has a dividend strength score of 47 and a stock strength score of 99. This article will present and discuss the factors which show why I believe that div...
Seeking AlphaMay 22
American Eagle Is Set To Fly
Image source Weakness creates the opportunity American Eagle Outfitters (AEO) has seen its share price experience meaningful weakness since the summer of 2018. The stock is down about a third from its 2018 highs, closing below $20 recently for the first time in a couple of months after a strong rally to start the year. With the company's Q1 earnings report coming out in a couple of weeks, however, it looks like this lower share price may be a gift for those looking to get long the stock. Results remain v...
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