Dollar Tree Inc. (DLTR, +0.23%) released a statement ahead of a analyst day. The company said that it has set goals for the coming years and is targeting earnings per share in fiscal 2026 to be $10 or more. Dollar Tree Inc. is also looking to increase sales productivity and margins in its Family Dollar store chain. In a statement, Rick Dreiling, Chief Executive Officer, said that the company has “compelling plans” in place for delivering an expanded value assortment at multiple price points and enhancing store standards. It also has “new technology and capabilities in place to accelerate progress in our supply chain and our people development.” The company reiterated its guidance for sales between $7.0 billion and $7.2 billion in the second quarter, with EPS ranging from 79 cents up to 89. The company expects to achieve sales between $30.0 billion and $30.5 billion, with EPS between $5.73 and $6.13. The stock has fallen 3.5% year-to-date, while S&P500 SPX , -4.47 % is up 14%.