Beyond Meat (NASDAQ: BYND), a producer of plant-based meat substitutes, has seen its stock price decline by about 13% over the last week and by roughly 30% over the last month, currently trading at around $110. There are multiple factors driving the decline. Firstly, analysts have been cutting their price targets for the company, on account of mounting competition in the plant-based meats space, with the likes of Impossible Foods, Kroger (“Simple Truth” brand), and Kellogg’s ( “Incogmeato”) doubling down on the market. Bernstein recently cut its target from $172 to $130, while Wells Fargo initiated coverage with a price target of $125 per share. Separately, the company’s post-IPO share lockup period expires on October 29, making 80% of its outstanding shares available for trade. This could cause early investors to book profits on the stock, which presently trades at over 4x its IPO price of $25 per share. Below, we take a look at the company’s performance over the last few years and its outlook over the next two years.
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Total Revenues to increase over 4x in the next 2 years, led by growth in Retail and Restaurant & Foodservice (R&F) divisions
- Beyond Meat has added $71.8 million to its revenue over the last two years.
- Increasing sales from both its retail and restaurant and foodservice (R&F) outlet divisions, is likely to add a whopping $270 million in revenue over the next two years.
Estimating Beyond Meat’s Revenue Per Share
- Revenue per share is expected to drop in 2019 due to an increase in shares outstanding post the IPO in May 2019.
- The metric is expected to improve to $5.95 per share in 2020, led by higher revenues.
Calculating Our Price Estimate for BYND’s Stock
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