OBJ Outdoor Index
The market is still going crazy. Outdoor stocks are by no means immune—but there are some reasons for hope.
As the broader market notched modest gains, publicly traded outdoor companies continued to slide last month
Publicly traded outdoor companies saw their collective shares decline 5.9 percent in February
Publicly traded outdoor-focused companies saw their shares fall 8.9 percent in January, capping a turbulent month
More outdoor companies saw their shares grow rather than decline in October, but the industry still lags behind other sectors as supply chain concerns intensify
The collective shares of outdoor-focused public companies posted modest gains in August, up from July’s surprising setback
The OBJ Outdoor Index for the second quarter shows that outdoor businesses continue to outperform other industries by a wide margin
The OBJ Outdoor Index moderated in May, but it still outpaced other indices, proving that publicly traded outdoor businesses remain a safe bet
Cramer, on his popular CNBC investment show, told viewers that when it comes to stocks, the “great outdoors theme has more legs than you realize.” These are the brands he shouted out.
After the co-op reported a double-digit sales decline and a net loss for the year, we took a deep dive into financials across the outdoor industry to see how the retailer compared