About Mattel (NASDAQ:MAT)
Mattel, Inc. manufactures and markets a range of toy products around the world. The Company's segments are North America; International, and American Girl. Its portfolio of brands and products are grouped into approximately four major brand categories, including Mattel Girls & Boys Brands, Fisher-Price Brands, American Girl Brands and Construction and Arts & Crafts Brands. The Mattel Girls & Boys Brands category includes Barbie fashion dolls, Monster High, Disney Classics, Ever After High, Little Mommy, and Polly Pocket, Hot Wheels and Matchbox vehicles and play sets, and CARS, Disney Planes, BOOMco, Toy Story, Max Steel, WWE Wrestling and DC Comics. The Fisher-Price Brands category includes Fisher-Price, Little People, BabyGear, Laugh & Learn, Imaginext, Thomas & Friends, Blaze and The Monster Machines, Shimmer and Shine, Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, Minnie Mouse, Octonauts, and Power Wheels. The Construction and Arts & Crafts Brands category includes MEGA BLOKS, RoseArt and Board Dudes.
Industry, Sector and Symbol:
- Sector: Consumer Discretionary
- Industry: Toys & Juvenile Products
- Sub-Industry: Leisure Products
- Symbol: NASDAQ:MAT
- CUSIP: 57708110
- Web: www.mattel.com
- Market Cap: $5.47 billion
- Outstanding Shares: 342,726,000
- 50 Day Moving Avg: $15.51
- 200 Day Moving Avg: $19.71
- 52 Week Range: $14.35 - $33.23
Sales & Book Value:
- Trailing P/E Ratio: 22.91
- Foreward P/E Ratio: 16.99
- P/E Growth: 3.27
- Annual Revenue: $5.34 billion
- Price / Sales: 1.02
- Book Value: $6.03 per share
- Price / Book: 2.65
- Annual Dividend: $0.60
- Dividend Yield: 3.8%
- EBITDA: $686.82 million
- Net Margins: 4.51%
- Return on Equity: 11.62%
- Return on Assets: 4.20%
- Debt-to-Equity Ratio: 0.91%
- Current Ratio: 1.42%
- Quick Ratio: 0.89%
- Average Volume: 7.92 million shs.
- Beta: 0.86
- Short Ratio: 4.26
Frequently Asked Questions for Mattel (NASDAQ:MAT)
What is Mattel's stock symbol?
Mattel trades on the NASDAQ under the ticker symbol "MAT."
How often does Mattel pay dividends? What is the dividend yield for Mattel?
Mattel announced a quarterly dividend on Friday, June 16th. Investors of record on Wednesday, August 23rd will be paid a dividend of $0.15 per share on Friday, September 15th. This represents a $0.60 annualized dividend and a yield of 3.76%. The ex-dividend date is Monday, August 21st. View Mattel's Dividend History.
How were Mattel's earnings last quarter?
Mattel, Inc. (NASDAQ:MAT) announced its quarterly earnings results on Thursday, July, 27th. The company reported ($0.14) earnings per share for the quarter, missing the Zacks' consensus estimate of ($0.09) by $0.05. The business earned $974.50 million during the quarter, compared to the consensus estimate of $972.36 million. Mattel had a net margin of 4.51% and a return on equity of 11.62%. Mattel's revenue was up 1.8% compared to the same quarter last year. During the same period last year, the company earned ($0.02) earnings per share. View Mattel's Earnings History.
When will Mattel make its next earnings announcement?
Where is Mattel's stock going? Where will Mattel's stock price be in 2017?
12 equities research analysts have issued 1 year price targets for Mattel's shares. Their predictions range from $13.00 to $38.00. On average, they expect Mattel's share price to reach $22.77 in the next year. View Analyst Ratings for Mattel.
What are analysts saying about Mattel stock?
Here are some recent quotes from research analysts about Mattel stock:
- 1. Argus analysts commented, "at least several quarters."Staszak stated in his downgrade report that he is concerned with Mattel's declining revenue and expanding losses. The analyst also highlighted the company's gross margins which fell by 680 basis points in the first quarter to 37.0 percent, which was notably lower than the 43.7 percent the consensus estimate was calling for. Q1 ConcernsStaszak further noted that Mattel oversees four business segments and all four of them saw declining revenue on a year-over-year basis as follows:Mattel girls and boys brands fell 16 percent to $441 million.Fisher Price fell 8 percent to $247 million.American Girl fell 12 percent to around $82 million.Construction arts and crafts well 38 percent to around $39 million.Given the sales decline in each segment, it shouldn't come as a surprise Mattel's management slashed its 2017 guidance which was issued on February 17. Specifically, the company is expecting full-year sales to rise by a mid-single-digit as opposed to a prior guidance of a mid- to high-single-digit.Staszak's estimates is now calling for a 3 percent full-year sales growth from 2016 to $5.6 billion, down from a prior estimate of $5.7 billion.Finally, the analyst briefly discussed a source of concern among Mattel's investors, namely its current dividend, which is yielding 6.82 percent. Staszak believes the company is on track to pay shareholders $1.52 per share on an annual basis in 2017 and can even raise its annual dividend payout to $1.64 per share in 2018.Bottom line, Staszak believes Mattel's success depends on its ability to "stay ahead of trends" (4/28/2017)
- 2. B. Riley analysts commented, "On 2/21, we attended a sell-side analyst meeting with new CEO Margo Georgiadis, former head of the Americas for Alphabet's Google (GOOGL; Buy; $990.00 PT; Sinha). The key message we came away with is that Georgiadis believes MAT has tremendous opportunity to accelerate its growth by leveraging its IP. She joined MAT for five key reasons: (1) she's deeply passionate about childhood learning and education (65% of the jobs today's kids will have in the future do not even exist as jobs today); (2) MAT people have a sense of passion and purpose; (3) MAT has an unrivaled brand portfolio, with high revenue/user; (4) MAT has a global footprint; and (5) she sees an opportunity to transform the internal operations of the company to maximize end-to-end relationships with consumers. Five things Georgiadis plans to focus on: (1) the strategy laid out by previous CEO Chris Sinclair and President Richard Dickson (core brands, Toy Box, emerging markets development, cost improvement); (2) to more systemically incorporate technology across all the brands, as a means of accelerating growth; (3) to drive digital content and communication with the consumer more broadly; (4) to make the business more operationally efficient and to reduce complexity; and (5) to find the right balance between investing for growth and profitability/value to the shareholder." (2/21/2017)
- 3. Barclays PLC analysts commented, "Mattel's issues this quarter were industry specific and we expect other toy companies to report similar industry challenges. While the company's valuation could appear more attractive following this release, we remain Equal Weight particularly given that management's LT growth objectives are now pushed out to 2019 from 2018, and in 2018 the company faces tough comps against a strong entertainment driven 2017. Until investors feel more comfortable with Mattel's growth trajectory, we believe valuation upside is limited. Further, with this most recent setback, we believe investors are going to focus on the sustainability of the dividend yet again which could also be an overhang. The new CEO (as of 2/8) could shake things up and inject growth (particularly in ecommerce), which would certainly be a positive. We are looking forward to hearing Ms. Georgiadis' plans as she gets settled in." (1/26/2017)
Are investors shorting Mattel?
Mattel saw a increase in short interest in the month of September. As of September 29th, there was short interest totalling 63,072,066 shares, an increase of 31.8% from the September 15th total of 47,859,480 shares. Based on an average trading volume of 10,510,004 shares, the short-interest ratio is currently 6.0 days. Approximately 18.5% of the company's stock are short sold.
Who are some of Mattel's key competitors?
Some companies that are related to Mattel include Viacom (VIAB), Intercontinental Hotels Group (IHG), Shaw Communications (SJR), PVH Corp. (PVH), Electrolux AB (ELUXY), China Lodging Group, Limited (HTHT), ITV PLC. (ITVPY), Vail Resorts (MTN), Snap-On Incorporated (SNA), Live Nation Entertainment (LYV), UbiSoft Entertainment (UBSFY), Liberty Media Corporation (FWONK), Hanesbrands (HBI), Man Wah Holdings Ltd (MAWHY), Liberty Media Corporation (FWONA), News Corporation (NWS), News Corporation (NWSA) and lululemon athletica inc. (LULU).
Who are Mattel's key executives?
Mattel's management team includes the folowing people:
- Christopher Alan Sinclair, Executive Chairman of the Board
- Richard L. Dickson, President and Chief Operating Officer
- Margaret H. Georgiadis, Chief Executive Officer, Director
- Joseph J. Euteneuer CPA, Chief Financial Officer
- Richard R. Gros, Chief Human Resource Officer, Executive Vice President
- Robert John Normile, Executive Vice President, Chief Legal Officer and Secretary
- Juliana L. Chugg, Executive Vice President and Chief Brands Officer – Core Brands
- Peter D. Gibbons, Executive Vice President - Chief Supply Chain Officer
- Geoffrey H. Walker, Executive Vice President and Chief Strategic Technology Officer
- Sven Gerjets, Chief Technology Officer
Who owns Mattel stock?
Mattel's stock is owned by a number of of retail and institutional investors. Top institutional investors include APG Asset Management N.V. (0.15%), State Treasurer State of Michigan (0.03%), Shell Asset Management Co. (0.02%), Mutual of America Capital Management LLC (0.01%), Farmers & Merchants Investments Inc. (0.01%) and Exane Derivatives (0.01%). Company insiders that own Mattel stock include Christopher A Sinclair, Dean A Scarborough, Dominic Ng, Geoffrey H Walker, Jean Gabriel Zalzman, Kevin M Farr, Loyd Kathy White, Mary Margaret Hasti Georgiadis, Richard R Gros, Steve Totzke and Susan R Lecker. View Institutional Ownership Trends for Mattel.
Who sold Mattel stock? Who is selling Mattel stock?
Mattel's stock was sold by a variety of institutional investors in the last quarter, including Shell Asset Management Co., Farmers & Merchants Investments Inc. and State Treasurer State of Michigan. View Insider Buying and Selling for Mattel.
Who bought Mattel stock? Who is buying Mattel stock?
Mattel's stock was acquired by a variety of institutional investors in the last quarter, including APG Asset Management N.V., Exane Derivatives, Mutual of America Capital Management LLC and LS Investment Advisors LLC. Company insiders that have bought Mattel stock in the last two years include Christopher A Sinclair, Dean A Scarborough, Mary Margaret Hasti Georgiadis and Richard R Gros. View Insider Buying and Selling for Mattel.
How do I buy Mattel stock?
Shares of Mattel can be purchased through any online brokerage account. Popular online brokerages include Vanguard Brokerage Services, TD Ameritrade, E*TRADE, Scottrade, Fidelity and Charles Schwab.
What is Mattel's stock price today?
MarketBeat Community Rating for Mattel (NASDAQ MAT)MarketBeat's community ratings are surveys of what our community members think about Mattel and other stocks. Vote "Outperform" if you believe the stock will outperform the S&P 500 over the long term. Vote "Underperform" if you believe the stock will underperform the S&P 500 over the long term. You may vote once every thirty days.
One share of Mattel stock can currently be purchased for approximately $15.97.
Consensus Ratings for Mattel (NASDAQ:MAT) (How are Consensus Ratings Calculated?)
MarketBeat calculates consensus ratings using the most recent rating from each brokerage that has rated a stock within the last twelve months. Since brokers often use different ratings systems, each rating is normalized to a standardized rating score of 1 (sell), 2 (hold), 3 (buy) or 4 (strong buy). Consensus ratings scores are calculated using the mean average of the number of normalized sell, hold, buy and strong buy ratings. Each stock's consensus rating is derived from its calculated consensus ratings score (0-1.5 = Sell, 1.5-2.5 = Hold, 2.5-3.5 = Buy, >3.5 = Strong Buy). MarketBeat's consensus price targets are a mean average of the most recent available price targets set by each analyst that has set a price target for the stock in the last twelve months.
MarketBeat will no longer include ratings and price target data in its consensus calculation if a broker drops coverage and MarketBeat has received a report that coverage was dropped. Ratings from certain research firms that issue ratings using purely quantitative methods (such as Zacks, Vetr and ValuEngine) are not included in consensus calculations. MarketBeat's consensus ratings and consensus price targets may differ from those calculated by other firms due to differences in methodology and available data.
|Ratings Breakdown: ||1 Sell Rating, 6 Hold Ratings, 5 Buy Ratings|
|Consensus Rating:||Hold (Score: 2.33)|
|Consensus Price Target: ||$22.77 (42.60% upside)|Consensus Price Target History for Mattel (NASDAQ:MAT)
Analysts' Ratings History for Mattel (NASDAQ:MAT)
(Data available from 10/23/2015 forward)
|Date||Firm||Action||Rating||Price Target||Impact on Share Price||Details|
|10/12/2017||Stifel Nicolaus||Lower Price Target||Hold||$19.00 -> $17.00||N/A|
|10/11/2017||Monness Crespi & Hardt||Boost Price Target||Buy -> Buy||$22.00 -> $27.00||N/A|
|10/10/2017||SunTrust Banks, Inc.||Reiterated Rating||Hold||$22.00 -> $17.00||N/A|
|9/22/2017||DA Davidson||Lower Price Target||Underperform -> Underperform||$14.00 -> $13.00||Low|
|9/7/2017||Jefferies Group LLC||Reiterated Rating||Hold||$17.00||Medium|
|8/31/2017||KeyCorp||Reiterated Rating||Sector Weight||Low|
|7/28/2017||BMO Capital Markets||Reiterated Rating||Outperform||$30.00 -> $25.00||High|
|7/3/2017||MKM Partners||Lower Price Target||Buy||$24.00 -> $22.00||Low|
|6/16/2017||Barclays PLC||Lower Price Target||Equal Weight||$25.00 -> $22.00||Low|
|6/16/2017||Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. (The)||Reiterated Rating||Neutral||$25.00 -> $22.00||Low|
|4/28/2017||Argus||Downgrade||Buy -> Hold||Low|
|4/26/2017||B. Riley||Reiterated Rating||Buy||$30.50||Low|
|4/23/2017||Wells Fargo & Company||Reiterated Rating||Outperform||Medium|
|8/15/2016||Citigroup Inc.||Boost Price Target||Buy||$36.00 -> $38.00||N/A|
|7/22/2016||Piper Jaffray Companies||Reiterated Rating||Neutral||$28.00 -> $30.00||N/A|
|5/14/2016||Sterne Agee CRT||Reiterated Rating||Neutral||$29.00||N/A|
|4/7/2016||J P Morgan Chase & Co||Initiated Coverage||Overweight||$38.00||N/A|
|12/28/2015||Credit Suisse Group||Upgrade||Buy||N/A|
|12/15/2015||Oppenheimer Holdings, Inc.||Reiterated Rating||Outperform||$27.00 -> $33.00||N/A|
Earnings History for Mattel (NASDAQ:MAT)Earnings History by Quarter for Mattel (NASDAQ MAT)
(Data available from 1/1/2011 forward)
|Date||Quarter||Consensus Estimate||Actual EPS||Revenue Estimate||Actual Revenue||Release Link||Conference Call||Details|
|7/27/2017||Q2 2017||($0.09)||($0.14)||$972.36 million||$974.50 million||View||N/A|
|4/20/2017||Q1 2017||($0.17)||($0.32)||$797.60 million||$735.60 million||View||N/A|
|1/25/2017||Q4 16||$0.71||$0.52||$1.98 billion||$1.83 billion||View||N/A|
|10/19/2016||Q316||$0.71||$0.70||$940.30 million||$1.80 billion||View||Listen|
|7/20/2016||Q216||($0.05)||($0.02)||$937.85 million||$957.30 million||View||Listen|
|4/20/2016||Q116||($0.07)||($0.13)||$859.18 million||$869.40 million||View||Listen|
|2/1/2016||Q415||$0.61||$0.63||$1.90 billion||$2.00 billion||View||N/A|
|10/15/2015||Q315||$0.80||$0.71||$1.90 billion||$1.79 billion||View||Listen|
|7/16/2015||Q215||($0.04)||$0.01||$998.87 million||$988.20 million||View||Listen|
|4/16/2015||Q115||($0.09)||($0.08)||$896.44 million||$922.70 million||View||Listen|
|1/30/2015||Q414||$0.96||$0.52||$2.16 billion||$1.99 billion||View||N/A|
|10/16/2014||Q314||$1.05||$0.98||$2.19 billion||$2.02 billion||View||Listen|
|7/17/2014||Q214||$0.19||$0.03||$1.19 billion||$1.17 billion||View||N/A|
|4/17/2014||Q114||$0.08||($0.03)||$953.92 million||$946.20 million||View||N/A|
|1/30/2014||Q413||$1.21||$1.07||$2.38 billion||$2.11 million||View||N/A|
|10/16/2013||Q313||$1.12||$1.16||$2.19 billion||$2.21 billion||View||N/A|
|7/17/2013||Q2 2013||$0.31||$0.21||$1.22 billion||$1.17 billion||View||N/A|
|4/17/2013||Q1 2013||$0.09||$0.11||$986.45 million||$995.60 million||View||N/A|
|2/1/2013||Q4 2012||$1.15||$1.12||$2.29 billion||$2.23 billion||View||N/A|
Earnings Estimates for Mattel (NASDAQ:MAT)
Current Year EPS Consensus Estimate: $0.74 EPS
Next Year EPS Consensus Estimate: $0.94 EPS
Current Dividend Information for Mattel (NASDAQ:MAT)
|Most Recent Dividend:||9/15/2017|
|Payout Ratio:||86.96% (Trailing 12 Months of Earnings) |
81.08% (Based on This Year's Estimates)
63.83% (Based on Next Year's Estimates)
Dividend History by Quarter for Mattel (NASDAQ MAT)
(Data available from 1/1/2013 forward)
|Announced||Period||Amount||Yield||Ex-Dividend Date||Record Date||Payable Date|
Insider Trading and Institutional Ownership History for Mattel (NASDAQ:MAT)
Insider Ownership Percentage: 1.40%Insider Trades by Quarter for Mattel (NASDAQ:MAT)
Institutional Ownership Percentage: 93.61%
(Data available from 1/1/2013 forward)
|Transaction Date||Insider Name||Title||Buy/Sell||Number of Shares||Average Share Price||Total Transaction||Details|
|8/1/2017||Mary Margaret Hasti Georgiadis||CEO||Buy||12,660||$19.61||$248,262.60|| |
|4/24/2017||Dean A Scarborough||Director||Buy||47,000||$21.95||$1,031,650.00|| |
|2/13/2017||Christopher A Sinclair||Insider||Buy||9,610||$25.97||$249,571.70|| |
|2/7/2017||Richard R Gros||EVP||Buy||9,610||$26.02||$250,052.20|| |
|11/21/2016||Dominic Ng||Director||Sell||9,000||$30.79||$277,110.00|| |
|8/30/2016||Geoffrey H Walker||EVP||Sell||7,128||$33.57||$239,286.96|| |
|5/20/2016||Loyd Kathy White||Director||Sell||2,700||$30.60||$82,620.00|| |
|5/5/2016||Dean A Scarborough||Director||Sell||7,294||$30.56||$222,904.64|| |
|2/24/2016||Christopher A Sinclair||CEO||Sell||3,040||$31.83||$96,763.20|| |
|2/22/2016||Kevin M Farr||CFO||Sell||50,000||$31.81||$1,590,500.00|| |
|2/8/2016||Susan R. Lecker||EVP||Sell||760||$31.73||$24,114.80|| |
|2/5/2016||Jean Gabriel Zalzman||EVP||Sell||7,711||$31.75||$244,824.25|| |
|2/4/2016||Steve Totzke||EVP||Sell||4,786||$32.94||$157,650.84|| |
|5/20/2015||Dean A Scarborough||Director||Buy||18,400||$25.67||$472,328.00|| |
|4/27/2015||Mandana Sadigh||SVP||Sell||14,822||$29.36||$435,173.92|| |
|4/24/2015||Geoffrey H Walker||EVP||Sell||4,500||$30.20||$135,900.00|| |
|4/23/2015||Herbert Scott Topham||SVP||Sell||9,830||$28.88||$283,890.40|| |
|10/20/2014||Christopher A Sinclair||Director||Buy||8,686||$28.88||$250,851.68|| |
|5/30/2014||Mandana Sadigh||SVP||Sell||16,552||$38.77||$641,721.04|| |
|5/22/2014||Alan Kaye||EVP||Sell||25,000||$38.55||$963,750.00|| |
|5/16/2014||Peter Gibbons||EVP||Buy||1,000||$38.89||$38,890.00|| |
|5/9/2014||Timothy Kilpin||EVP||Sell||11,405||$39.47||$450,155.35|| |
|5/5/2014||Geoffrey Walker||EVP||Sell||2,449||$39.42||$96,539.58|| |
|4/30/2014||Alan Kaye||EVP||Sell||10,000||$39.28||$392,800.00|| |
|4/29/2014||Andrea Rich||Director||Sell||12,000||$38.66||$463,920.00|| |
|4/28/2014||Peter Gibbons||EVP||Buy||1,000||$38.50||$38,500.00|| |
|4/24/2014||Alan Kaye||EVP||Sell||10,000||$37.95||$379,500.00|| |
|4/21/2014||Herbert Scott Topham||SVP||Sell||14,258||$37.69||$537,384.02|| |
|12/30/2013||Alan Kaye||EVP||Sell||25,000||$47.51||$1,187,750.00|| |
|12/27/2013||Timothy Kilpin||EVP||Sell||5,000||$47.00||$235,000.00|| |
|11/15/2013||Timothy Kilpin||EVP||Sell||5,000||$46.00||$230,000.00|| |
|5/17/2013||Timothy J Kilpin||EVP||Sell||15,000||$46.64||$699,600.00|| |
|5/15/2013||Geoff Massingberd||EVP||Sell||70,360||$46.70||$3,285,812.00|| |
|5/10/2013||Kevin M Farr||CFO||Sell||62,500||$46.01||$2,875,625.00|| |
|5/8/2013||Jean-Christophe Pean||EVP||Sell||1,325||$46.21||$61,228.25|| |
|2/14/2013||Alan Kaye||EVP||Sell||6,695||$41.00||$274,495.00|| |
|2/14/2013||Kevin M Farr||CFO||Sell||257,500||$41.05||$10,570,375.00|| |
|11/13/2012||Frances D Fergusson||Director||Sell||16,500||$35.61||$587,565.00|| |
|11/1/2012||Ellen L Brothers||EVP||Sell||75,000||$37.00||$2,775,000.00|| |
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