Papa John’s Vs. Domino’s: KeyBanc’s Pizza Stock Battle

However, Domino’s stock run-up over the past year leaves little room for more upside. Shares are up around 74% in the past year and by some metrics, it has become expensive. For example, Domino’s 3% free cash flow yield is “among the most expensive” in its peer group and its PE of 32.8 times 2021 estimates is a premium to its peers and its own historical averages.

“Our preference is to wait for a more reasonable entry point,” Gonzalez wrote.

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