Sonos shares are climbing Monday, following a rating upgrade from Raymond James analysts.
Shares of the wireless speaker maker were upgraded to strong buy from outperform by analysts at Raymond James. The analysts indicated that Sonos has a two-year revenue [compound annual growth rate] that is around twice its peers GoPro and Arlo, and is still trading at the same levels as them. They also pointed out that Sonos has improved EBITDA margin and generated positive cash flow as well.
Earlier this month, Sonos reported fiscal third-quarter revenue of $260 million, which was +25% higher than the year-ago period. The company's adjusted EBITDA came in at $7 million, compared to a loss of -$2 million in the same quarter last year.
Raymond James analyst Adam Tindle set a 12-month price target of $19 for Sonos stock – which represents over 40% upside.