Composite-Decking Supplier Trex Stock In Buy Zone With Earnings Due

Desy Papper

Trex (TREX) is in a potential buy area with its next quarterly earnings report due on May 10. The composite-decking supplier stock is trading near the top of the buy zone, at around a 107.74 entry point from a fourth-stage cup without handle. Read “Looking For The Next Big Stock […]

Trex (TREX) is in a potential buy area with its next quarterly earnings report due on May 10.

The composite-decking supplier stock is trading near the top of the buy zone, at around a 107.74 entry point from a fourth-stage cup without handle. Read “Looking For The Next Big Stock Market Winners? Start With These 3 Steps” for more tips.

 




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Earnings grew 19% last quarter, up from 14% in the prior report. Revenue also increased, from 19% to 39%.

Consensus analyst estimates call for EPS growth of 2% for the quarter, and 21% growth for the full year. Earnings estimates for the full year were recently revised upward.

Trex stock has a 97 Composite Rating and holds the No. 3 rank among its peers in the Building-Construction Products/Miscellaneous industry group. Atkore (ATKR) is the top-ranked stock within the group.

Note: Dates for earnings reports are subject to change. Check the company’s website for any updates.

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