BOOT:LSE-Henry Boot PLC (GBX)

COMMON STOCK | Real Estate—Diversified | LSE

Last Closing Price

GBX 255.00

Change

-3.00 (-1.16)%

Market Cap

GBX 0.35B

Volume

0.05M

Average Target Price

N/A
Average Analyst Rating

N/A

Fundamental Analysis

Verdict

About

Henry Boot PLC engages in the property investment and development activities in the United Kingdom. It operates through three segments: Property Investment and Development, Land Promotion, and Construction. The company develops commercial properties and family homes. It is also involved in acquiring, promoting, developing, and trading in land. In addition, the company engages in the construction and civil engineering activities; hires and sells construction equipment; and operates and maintains A69 trunk road between Carlisle and Newcastle upon Tyne. As of December 31, 2019, it had land interests in 14,898 acres. Henry Boot PLC was founded in 1886 and is headquartered in Sheffield, the United Kingdom. Address: Banner Cross Hall, Sheffield, United Kingdom, S11 9PD

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ETFs Containing BOOT

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Market Performance

  Market Performance vs.
Industry/Classification (Real Estate—Diversified)
Market Performance vs. Exchange
  Value Sector Median Percentile Rank Grade Market Median Percentile Rank Grade
YTD  
Capital Gain -20.06% 50% F 23% F
Dividend Return 1.10% 50% F 32% F
Total Return -18.97% 50% F 24% F
Trailing 12 Months  
Capital Gain -6.93% 50% F 35% F
Dividend Return 1.28% 50% F 34% F
Total Return -5.66% 50% F 35% F
Trailing 5 Years  
Capital Gain 15.91% 60% D- 48% F
Dividend Return 15.91% 80% B- 59% F
Total Return 31.82% 80% B- 53% F
Average Annual (5 Year Horizon)  
Capital Gain 8.79% N/A N/A 63% D
Dividend Return 3.03% N/A N/A 70% C-
Total Return 11.82% N/A N/A 69% D+
Risk Return Profile  
Volatility (Standard Deviation) 27.94% N/A N/A 38% F
Risk Adjusted Return 42.29% N/A N/A 56% F
Market Capitalization 0.35B 83% B 66% D
Letter Grade Percentage Letter Grade Percentage Letter Grade Percentage
A+ 97%-100% A 93%-96% A- 90%-92%
B+ 97%-89% B 83%-86% B- 80%-82%
C+ 77%-79% C 73%-76% C- 70%-72%
D+ 67%-69% D 63%-66% D- 60%-62%
F 0%-59%

Key Financial Ratios

  Ratio vs. Industry/Classification
(Real Estate—Diversified)
Ratio vs. Market
  Value Sector Median Percentile Rank Grade Market Median Percentile Rank Grade
Market Value  
Price / Earning Ratio 14.70 75% C 52% F
Price/Book Ratio 1.16 50% F 55% F
Price / Cash Flow Ratio 29.99 17% F 13% F
EV/EBITDA 7.85 75% C 63% D
Management Effectiveness  
Return on Equity 8.24% 100% A+ 71% C-
Return on Invested Capital 11.36% 100% A+ 75% C
Return on Assets 4.30% 100% A+ 74% C
Debt to Equity Ratio 0.23% 100% A+ 94% A
Technical Ratios  
Short Ratio N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
Short Percent N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
Beta 1.32 33% F 17% F
Letter Grade Percentage Letter Grade Percentage Letter Grade Percentage
A+ 97%-100% A 93%-96% A- 90%-92%
B+ 97%-89% B 83%-86% B- 80%-82%
C+ 77%-79% C 73%-76% C- 70%-72%
D+ 67%-69% D 63%-66% D- 60%-62%
F 0%-59%

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Analyst Rating

Target Price Action Rating Action Analyst Rating Price Date

Fundamental Analysis Breakdown

This is a composite scorecard based on the application of evaluation criteria deemed most important by analysts. This is not a buy or sell recommendation.

What to like:
High market capitalization

This is one of the largest entities in its sector and is among the top quartile. Such companies tend to be more stable.

Underpriced compared to earnings

The stock is trading low compared to its peers on a price to earning basis and is in the top quartile. It may be underpriced but do check its financial performance to make sure there is no specific reason.

Superior return on equity

The company management has delivered better return on equity in the most recent 4 quarters then its peers, placing it in the top quartile.

Superior capital utilization

The company management has delivered better return on invested capital in the most recent 4 quarters than its peers, placing it in the top quartile.

Superior return on assets

The company management has delivered better return on assets in the most recent 4 quarters than its peers, placing it in the top quartile.

Low debt

The company is less leveraged than its peers ,, and is among the top quartile, which makes it more flexible. However, do check the news and look at its sector. Sometimes this is low because the company is not growing and has no growth potential.

Positive cash flow

The company had positive total cash flow in the most recent four quarters.

Positive free cash flow

The company had positive total free cash flow in the most recent four quarters.

Underpriced on free cash flow basis

The stock is trading low compared to its peers on a price to free cash flow basis and is in the top quartile. It may be underpriced but do check its financial performance to make sure there is no specific reason.

Superior Earnings Growth

This stock has shown top quartile earnings growth in the previous 5 years compared to its sector.

Superior Revenue Growth

This stock has shown top quartile revenue growth in the previous 5 years compared to its sector.

High Gross Profit to Asset Ratio

This stock is in the top quartile compared to its peers on Gross Profit to Asset Ratio. This is a popular measure among value investors for showing superior returns in the long run.

What to not like:
Overpriced compared to book value

The stock is trading high compared to its peers median on a price to book value basis.

Overpriced on cashflow basis

The stock is trading high compared to its peers on a price to cash flow basis. It is priced above the median for its sectors. Proceed with caution if you are considering to buy.