RMCF Key Stats
- Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, Inc. To Present At The Second Annual Marcum LL... May 16
- Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory to Present at 14th Annual B. Riley & Co. Invest... May 13
- Sylvan Learning and Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory Team Up to Provide Treats f... Apr 17
- First U-Swirl Frozen Yogurt and Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory Co-Brand Store ... Apr 2
- Health Care Costs, Minimum Wage and Commodity Costs: an Expert Equity Analyst Di... Mar 20
- [video] Bailout for Sugar? Mar 13
- [video] Sugar Bailout Mar 13
- [video] USDA Sugar Bailout? Mar 13
- Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory to Present at 25th Annual ROTH Conference on Ma... Mar 13
- InPlay: Rocky Mountain Chocolate announces continuing international expansion wi... Mar 12
RMCF Total Returns Comparison
This total returns chart shows the returns to an investor from both price appreciation and dividends (dividends are assumed to be reinvested). Rocky Mountain Chocolate is up 31.77% over the last year vs S&P 500 Total Return up 31.68%, Tootsie Roll Industries up 50.05%, and Hershey Company up 36.62%.
Fundamental analysis of a business involves analyzing its financial statements and health, its management and competitive advantages. The key financial statements of a company are the income statement, balance sheet and cash flow statement.
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Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory is an international franchisor, confectionery manufacturer and retail operator in the United States, Canada and the United Arab Emirates. The Company is based in the town of Durango located on the western slope of the Rocky Mountains in southwestern Colorado. From its 53,000-square-foot factory, the Company manufactures an extensive line of premium chocolate candies and other confectionery products to supply its many franchise locations, delivered fresh by its fleet of refrigerated trucks. The factory typically produces approximately 300 chocolate candies and other confectionery products, using proprietary recipes developed primarily by its master candy maker. These products include many varieties of clusters, caramels, creams, meltaways, truffles and molded chocolates. Individual stores prepare a variety of caramel and candy apples, fudge, chocolate items and confections in full view of the customer using traditional cooking utensils such as copper kettles on gas-fired stoves and marble slab cooling tables.