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Inside this article you will find all the most important key data you need to know about the company covered by this analysis. The main key data answers the following questions:

  • Is the company’s business growing by increasing the main key business data (Revenue, EBITDA, Net Income)? Are the main business margins (EBITDA Margin and Net Margin) improving making the company more efficient?
  • Are analysts expecting earnings growth in the next quarter and next year?
  • Does the company pay a dividend? if so, how much is the yield? Is it increasing in recent years?

This analysis is completed by providing information on the company’s performance in recent months in terms of risk and return with respect to a market index chosen as a benchmark.

*The Year-To-Date performances within this article do not refer to the beginning of 2021 given the limited number of trading sessions that have occurred since the beginning of the year. Therefore it refers to the period from the beginning 2020.


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General and Key Data

This first section contains both general information on the company covered by this analysis and important key data to know in particular on the performance of the business and future prospects.


General

The “General” subsection contains information such as market capitalization, dividend amount (if released), dividend growth in the last 5 years and the 3 main valuation multiples.

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  • Market Cap ($M): Market Capitalization (expressed in millions of dollars)
  • Annual Dividend: Annual dividend (if the company releases it, expressed in dollars/share)
  • Annual Dividend Yield: Annual dividend (if the company releases it, expressed as a percentage of the stock -price)
  • Dividend Growth (5yr): Growth rate of the dividend over the last 5 years
  • Price to Sales/EBITDA/Net Income: Valuation of the company based on the Revenue / EBITDA / Net Income generated in the last 4 quarters (TTM, Trailing 12-Months)
  • YTD Perform. %: Indicates the performance from the beginning of the year of the company covered in the analysis.

*if N/A is present in reference to dividends it means that the company does not pay it, while if N/A is present in reference to valuation multiples it means that the company has a negative EBITDA or Net Income and therefore it is not possible to calculate the valuation multiple

*if N/A is present in reference to the performance over a certain period (eg 1 year) it means that the company has been listed on the stock exchange for a shorter period than the period being calculated


Key Data

The “Key Data” subsection contains important key business data to know such as Revenue, EBITDA and Net Income growth in the last 3 years and in the last quarter, business margins growth and estimates on future earnings growth.

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“Last 3 Years Growth” section:

  • Revenue: Growth rate of the trailing 12-months revenue over the last 3 years
  • EBITDA: Growth rate of the trailing 12-months EBITDA over the last 3 years
  • EBITDA Margin: Growth rate of the trailing 12-months EBITDA margin over the last 3 years
  • Net Income: Growth rate of the trailing 12-months net income over the last 3 years
  • Net Margin: Growth rate of the trailing 12-months net margin over the last 3 years
  • Next Year EPS Growth: Earnings-per-share (EPS) growth rate estimated by analysts in the next year

“Last Quarter Growth” section:

  • Revenue: Growth rate of the last quarter revenue compared to the same quarter last year
  • Net Income: Growth rate of the last quarter net income compared to the same quarter last year
  • Net Margin: Growth rate of the last quarter net margin compared to the same quarter last year
  • Next Qtr. EPS Growth: Earnings-per-share (EPS) growth rate estimated by analysts in the next quarter compared to the same year before

“Trend Direction” section:

  • Short-Term: “Positive” indicates the presence of a positive trend in the short term if the current price is above the 20 day simple moving average
  • Mid-Term: “Positive” indicates the presence of a positive trend in the mid term if the current price is above the 50 day simple moving average
  • Long-Term: “Positive” indicates the presence of a positive trend in the long term if the current price is above the 200 day simple moving average

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Key Business Data

This section contains an in-depth analysis of the company’s key business data and the main purpose is to verify if the company has a growing business in the medium-long term (last 3 years) and in the short term (last quarter compared to the same of the previous year). This section is divided into 2 sub-sections: “Trailing 12-Months” and “Last Quarter”.


Trailing 12-Months

The “Trailing 12-Months” sub-section shows the main key business data of the company (Revenue, EBITDA and Net Income) as the sum of the last 4 quarters (TTM, Trailing 12-Months) in order to show the most updated data at last quarter released. Furthermore, the 2 main business margins of the company (EBITDA Margin and Net Margin) are calculated, useful to understand if the company operates with high business margins or has very bulky costs.

For all the items mentioned above, the growth (or decrease) rate of the last 3 years is present, useful to understand if the company has a growing business (increasing Revenue, EBITDA and Net Income) and if it continues to improve business margins (increasing EBITDA and Net Margin).

*Data in Millions of USD

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  • Revenue, EBITDA and Net Income: Revenue are the sum of the products and services sold, EBITDA is a widely used metric because it is an approximation of cash flow and focuses only on the operating performance without considering the financial and tax costs which are instead considered in the Net Income, which measures the final profit of the company after subtracting all types of costs from revenue. These 3 metrics are calculated TTM, i.e. as the sum of the last 4 quarters, in order to have the data updated to the most recent quarter.
  • EBITDA Margin and Net Margin: Represent 2 important business margins of the company and are calculated as a percentage of revenues
  • 3 Yrs Growth: For each of the metrics just mentioned there is the growth (or decrease) rate of the last 3 years. It is very important to understand if the business is growing, especially in terms of margins.

Last Quarter

The “Last Quarter” sub-section contains the same key business data as the previous section but refers to the latest earnings report released by the company, i.e. a shorter period of time (last quarter) and not a longer period of time (sum of the last 4 quarters).

Also in this case, the rate of growth (or decrease) of all items compared to the same quarter of the previous year is shown, useful to understand if the company is growing compared to the previous year.

*Data in Millions of USD

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  • Revenue, Net Income and Net Margin: 3 key business data already explained in the previous section, with the difference that in this section they refer to the last quarter concluded by the company.
  • Yr-over-Yr Growth: Indicates the growth (or decrease) rate of each of the 3 previously mentioned items compared to the same quarter of last year, useful to check if the company has grown.

Performance and Risk

This last section shows the company’s performance in terms of return and risk with respect to the market index chosen as the benchmark.

The “Performance” sub-section is useful for verifying the presence of outperformance of the company with respect to the market index chosen as benchmark in the short and medium-long term.

The “Risk” subsection is useful for understanding how risky the company was with respect to the market index chosen as benchmark over the time period considered. The data processed here concern the maximum loss obtained by the company in a single trading session, the maximum loss during the entire period of time considered (Max DrawDown) and the level of volatility / risk of the company with respect to the chosen market index (Beta).

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Performance:

  • Performance: The performance (based on past real prices) of the company stock price (and the benchmark) in the following time periods: 1 month, 3 months, 1 year, Year-To-Date and from the start of the “All-Time Period”.
  • All-Time Period: The time period on which the data found in the “All-Time Period” section is based. To the right of the section title you will find the date range that allows you to understand the time range considered. It does not necessarily correspond to the entire period in which the company was listed on the stock exchange.
  • Company ticker vs S&P 500 / Nasdaq Composite / Nasdaq 100 / Russel 2000: Indicates the difference between the performance of the company covered in this report and the market index chosen as a benchmark to verify the presence of over / underperformance of the company. *performance does not take into account commissions and the receipt of dividends.

*if N/A is present in reference to the performance over a certain period (eg 1 year) it means that the company has been listed on the stock exchange for a shorter period than the period being calculated

Risk:

  • Max Daily Loss: Indicates the maximum daily loss obtained by the company and benchmark during the “All-Time Period” considered.
  • Max DrawDown: Indicates the maximum overall loss obtained by the company and benchmark during the “All-Time Period” considered.
  • Beta (60-Month): Indicates the level of volatility / risk of the company with respect to the S&P 500 index. A value of 1 indicates market-like risk, greater than 1 greater risk and less than 1 less risk.
  • Correl: Indicates the correlation between the company and the market index chosen as the benchmark. A value of 1 indicates a very similar trend between the company and the benchmark.

Finally, in the following image you will find the data on the company’s performance with respect to the market index chosen as the benchmark since the beginning of the year (Year-To-Date).


Overall Score

In this section you will find a score (from 0% to 100%) assigned to the company based on some key indicators divided into the following 5 categories: Business Data, Business Margins, Performance, Risk and Dividend.

In summary, to reach the maximum score (100%) the company must show a growing business in recent years and estimates of continued growth in the future, outperform the market index chosen as benchmark in the short and medium-long term while maintaining a lower risk and pay a dividend that must be growing over the past 5 years.

In addition to the overall score, you will find a score in each of the 5 areas previously mentioned in order to identify the areas in which the company is doing better (highest score). In general, a score above 60% indicates a good company. Click on learn more to find out how the score is calculated.

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The “Overall Score” is a summary indicator (ranging from 0% to 100%) assigned to the company and depends on some key indicators divided into 5 areas; Business Data, Business Margins, Performance, Risk and Dividend. The maximum achievable score is 20 points out of 20 available (100%) and to achieve it a company must show a business that has grown in recent years and estimates of continued growth in the future (Business Data and Margins Data areas), outperform in the short and medium- long term the market index chosen as the benchmark (Performance area) while maintaining a lower risk (Risk area) and paying a dividend that must have increased over the last 5 years (Dividend area).

Below you will find the details of how the 20 points available in total for each of the 5 areas are assigned:

Business Data: The maximum achievable score is 11 and is divided as follows: 1 point (3 in total) for each of the following items that have grown over the last 3 years: Revenue, EBITDA, Net Income; 1 point (2 in total) for each of the following items that grew in the last quarter compared to the previous year: Revenue and Net Income; 1 point if the company produces a profit at the end of the year and not a loss (Net Income> 0); 1 point if the company produced a profit in the last quarter; 1 point if analysts estimate earnings growth in the next quarter compared to the same one in the previous year; 3 points if analysts estimate earnings growth next year

Business Margins: The maximum achievable score is 3 and is divided as follows: 1 point if the company shows a growing EBITDA Margin in the last 3 years; 1 point if the company shows a growing Net Margin in the last 3 years; 1 point if the company shows an improved Net Margin in the last quarter compared to the same of the previous year

Performance: The maximum achievable score is 4 and is divided as follows: 1 point (4 in total) for each of the following 4 time periods in which the company has outperformed the market index chosen as benchmark: last month, last 3 months, last year and year to date.

Risk: The maximum achievable score is 1 and is divided as follows: 0.5 points if the company shows a maximum daily loss lower than the market index chosen as benchmark; 0.5 points if the company shows a maximum loss in the whole period considered (max drawdown) lower than the market index chosen as benchmark.

Dividend: The maximum achievable score is 1 and is divided as follows: 0.5 points if the company pays a dividend; 0.5 points if the dividend has been growing in the last 5 years.


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