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What is ORLY's Net Revenue (Sales)?

  O'Reilly Automotive Inc ( ORLY ) |
1996 - 2021 (26 years)

Net Revenue (Sales) is 
$12.1B (1Y +8.25% )

ORLY Stock Price & Net Revenue (Sales)

Net Revenue (Sales) for ORLY competitors.
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Historical (All-Time) Stats for Net Revenue (Sales)

chevron_right 2021 $5.9B +21.8x
( +12.8% / year avg)
chevron_left 1996 $259.2M
vertical_align_top Peak $11.3B +42.4x
vertical_align_bottom Bottom $259.2M
arrow_drop_up # Up Years 24 24 of 26
years up.
arrow_drop_down # Down Years 2
Up Years = Positive (0%+) YoY change
Down Years = Zero or Negative (0% or less) YoY change

Key Points (Stonk Price Comparison)

  • ORLY's stock price has rallied +20,269% from $2.34 in 1996 , or +9.25x faster than it's net revenue (sales) over the same period.
  • If ORLY grows it's stock at the same rate as it's net revenue (sales) (+12.8%/year) , it's stock price will grow +333% and hit $1592.14 over the next 10 years.
  • ORLY's stock price has gone up 19 of the 24 years (+79%) it's net revenue (sales) were also up.
  • ORLY Historical Net Revenue (Sales) Table
    in $ million
    Year Net Revenue (Sales) YoY % Change Stock Price YoY % Change (Stock Price)
    4/1/2021 $5,919 -47.4% $477.41 14.4%
    4/1/2020 $11,258 12.8% $417.24 12.4%
    4/1/2019 $9,981 6.1% $371.37 37.8%
    4/1/2018 $9,412 5.9% $269.41 11.3%
    4/1/2017 $8,886 5.3% $242.08 -8.5%
    4/1/2016 $8,442 8.5% $264.43 20.5%
    4/1/2015 $7,781 10.0% $219.53 48.4%
    4/1/2014 $7,073 8.5% $147.95 35.9%
    4/1/2013 $6,516 7.1% $108.85 13.6%
    4/1/2012 $6,085 6.6% $95.79 59.4%
    4/1/2011 $5,707 8.5% $60.11 17.8%
    4/1/2010 $5,260 9.9% $51.02 41.5%
    4/1/2009 $4,787 56.2% $36.05 37.9%
    4/1/2008 $3,066 23.8% $26.15 -31.2%
    4/1/2007 $2,476 10.6% $37.99 19.9%
    4/1/2006 $2,239 14.4% $31.69 23.5%
    4/1/2005 $1,957 19.9% $25.66 13.5%
    4/1/2004 $1,633 9.9% $22.6 18.4%
    4/1/2003 $1,486 48.9% $19.08 18.7%
    4/1/2002 $998 -8.6% $16.08 36.0%
    4/1/2001 $1,092 22.7% $11.82 73.6%
    4/1/2000 $890 18.1% $6.81 -40.4%
    4/1/1999 $754 22.4% $11.44 40.8%
    4/1/1998 $616 94.8% $8.12 85.7%
    4/1/1997 $316 22.1% $4.38 -10.8%
    4/1/1996 $259 - $4.91 -

  • About
    Industry: Specialty Retail
    Sector: Consumer Cyclical
    Country: US
    IPO Date: 4/22/1993
    Stonk Exchange: NASDAQ
    • O'Reilly Automotive, Inc
    • owns and operates retail outlets in the United States.
    • The company is headquartered in Springfield, Missouri and currently employs 49,476 full-time employees.
    • The firm sells its products to both do-it-yourself (DIY) and professional service provider customers.
    • The firm's product line includes new and remanufactured automotive hard parts, such as alternators, starters, fuel pumps, water pumps, brake system components, batteries, belts, hoses, temperature control, chassis parts, driveline parts and engine parts; maintenance items, such as oil, antifreeze, fluids, filters, wiper blades, lighting, engine additives and appearance products, and accessories, such as floor mats, seat covers and truck accessories.
    • The firm's stores offer various services and programs to its customers, such as used oil, oil filter and battery recycling; battery diagnostic testing; electrical and module testing; check engine light code extraction; loaner tool program; custom hydraulic hoses, and machine shops.

  • "The Top Line"

    The revenue (or sales) is the value of a company's sales of goods and services to its customers. Although a company's bottom line (its net income) gets most of the attention from investors, the top line is where the revenue or income process begins. Also, in the long run, profit margins on a company's existing products tend to eventually reach a maximum that is difficult to improve. Thus, companies typically can grow no faster than their revenues.

    For more detailed definitions, please see Investopedia.