Garmin shares soared 11 percent Wednesday after the company reported second-quarter earnings that blew estimates out of the water.
The company posted pro forma earnings of 87 cents a share on revenues of $812 million. Analysts had expected the company to report earnings of 67 cents a share on $763 million in revenue, according to a Thomson Reuters consensus estimate.
The stock hit at 52-week intraday high of $52.14.
Garmin also raised its guidance after evaluating its performance in the first half of the year, President and CEO Cliff Pemble said in a statement.
"Fitness and outdoor achieved impressive revenue and profit growth driven by our strengthening position in the wearables market. Aviation and marine also delivered revenue and profit growth while auto remains a solid base of profit contributions to the overall business," Pemble said.