What Should Investors Know About Tractor Supply Company (TSCO) Stock?

Tractor Supply Company logged a -0.4% change during today's evening session, and is now trading at a price of $205.17 per share. On average, analysts give it a target price of $246.46.

Tractor Supply Company operates as a rural lifestyle retailer in the United States. The large-cap company is based in the United States. Tractor Supply Company currently returns an annual dividend yield of 1.9%.

Make Sure to Consider the Following Before Buying Tractor Supply Company:

  • Tractor Supply Company has moved 3.0% over the last year.

  • TSCO has a forward P/E ratio of 18.3 based on its EPS guidance of 11.21.

  • Over the last 6 years, earnings per share (EPS) have been growing at a compounded average rate of 20.6%.

  • The company has a price to earnings growth (PEG) ratio of 2.59.

  • Its Price to Book (P/B) ratio is 10.72

Tractor Supply Company Has a Pattern of Improving Cash Flows

Date Reported Cash Flow from Operations ($ k) Capital expenditures ($ k) Free Cash Flow ($ k) YoY Growth (%)
2023-02-23 1,356,979 -772,325 2,129,304 20.57
2022-02-17 1,138,720 -627,340 1,766,060 4.7
2021-02-18 1,394,515 -292,210 1,686,725 64.29
2020-02-20 811,716 -214,961 1,026,677 5.77
2019-02-21 694,394 -276,314 970,708 11.49
2018-02-22 631,450 -239,181 870,631

Tractor Supply Company's free cash flow history is impressive because it displays year-on-year increases over the last 6 years. Averaging out at $1.41 Billion, and following a compounded average growth rate of 0.0%, investors who focus on cash flow growth should do further research on this firm.

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