WMK Key Stats
- Is Weis Markets Earning Enough for You? May 23
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- WEIS MARKETS INC Files SEC form 10-Q, Quarterly Report May 9
- Weis Markets, Inc. (WMK) Reports Q1 EPS of $0.75; Comps Up 0.8% Street Insider May 6
- Weis Markets Issues 1st Quarter Results PR Newswire May 6
- WEIS MARKETS INC Files SEC form 8-K, Results of Operations and Financial Conditi... May 6
- WEIS MARKETS INC Files SEC form 8-K, Submission of Matters to a Vote of Security... May 1
- WMK Ex-Dividend Reminder - 5/2/13 Apr 30
- Weis Markets, Inc. (WMK) Declares $0.30 Quarterly Dividend; 2.9% Yield Street Insider Apr 25
- Weis Markets Issues Quarterly Dividend PR Newswire Apr 25
WMK 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). Weis Markets is down 0.74% over the last year vs S&P 500 Total Return up 27.96%, Kroger up 57.64%, and SUPERVALU up 41.97%.
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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Weis Markets, Inc. is a chain of supermarkets based in Sunbury, Pennsylvania, with a presence in Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, West Virginia, and Maryland. In 2012, it operates 162 stores in five states. Weis Markets was founded as Weis Pure Foods in 1912 in Sunbury, Pennsylvania by two brothers, Harry and Sigmund Weis. Their store has been noted as "revolutionary", as it did not operate on credit—sales were only for cash. At the time, similar stores operated on credit, allowing customers to build a tab that would be paid periodically. Cash sales were a sign of a growing working class earning steady paychecks—and they also helped lower prices by up to 25%.