Chipotle Mexican Grill (NYSE:CMG) has been a favourite in the food market for quite a while now. It keeps on growing into a much stronger organization every single year, and this has been well noticed by investors all over the country. The company has driven the shares up to 650% in the previous five years. Emulating the stock’s run in the course of the last few years, and particularly in the last few after the results of the third quarter, the organization is now valued at a premium.
Contrasting this with the business sector average for P/E of 30, or to the 18 P/E McDonald’s, investors are asking themselves if Chipotle (NYSE:CMG) Mexican Grills are still worthy of a premium. Lately, Chipotle (NYSE:CMG) has reported an outstanding second third quarter, with an incredible 49% increment in year-on-year profit. This rate of growth is ahead of everything that McDonald’s, which is past its high-development stage, has possessed the capacity to post in the past few years.
With the increase in comparable-store deals, which has expanded the free cash flow, and has made plenty of room for extension, there are a few reasons why Chipotle (NYSE:CMG)’s stock still has room to climb further, regardless of whether it is worthy of the premium cost. Chipotle (NYSE:CMG)’s has witnessed a rise in its revenue, which includes a year-on-year jump of 31% in its recently finished third quarter, because of a combination of an increase in business and a higher per-client income which originates from high menu costs and food choices.
While the organization has opened a lot of new restaurants in 2013 – 43 to be specific in the third quarter, and about 190 more restaurants are expected to open before the end of 2014 – the vast majority of this increased income originated from the organization’s steady development in comparable-store deals, which measure business sales at restaurants which have been opened for at least a year. Chipotle (NYSE:CMG) ended the quarter with 1,724 restaurants.
In the reported earnings of the third quarter, same-store deals witnessed a rise of almost 20%, year-on-year, in contrast to the normal 17.3% which was expected by analysts. This demonstrates that, paying little heed to whether the organization can continue extending its areas, it can keep on growing just from the restaurants that it already has and has the capacity to develop both locally and globally as it would help the organization to keep on growing admirably.
Outside of the U.S., the organization has begun to make a stronghold in Europe. Chipotle (NYSE:CMG) is making progress by opening stores in the Germany, U.K., and France. While this has been a humble beginning, and the corporation has not given a course of events for when this extension could increase, its systematic development provides for it a robust base and a lot of time to develop for when the U.S. business starts to get more swamped.
It has now about 20 of its outlets in business sectors outside of the States and this is a gigantic development potential for the company to choose whenever it is time to be more aggressive in the global market.