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LLY - Eli Lilly

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Healthcare - Drug Manufacturers - Major
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fundamental metrics
Market Cap : 86.95B
EBITDA (TTM) : 3.46B
PE Ratio (TTM) : N/A
PEG Ratio (TTM) : 0.2
PS Ratio (TTM) : 3.69
Price To Book : 5.84
EV To EBITDA (TTM) : 27.04
ROIC (TTM) : -0.79%
Fundamental metrics are indicators that are used primarily by value investors to help determine a company's intrinsic worth. We can use this data to help guide us in the investment process to buy company shares at prices that give us a high margin of safety over the long term.

LLY ranks in the 55 percentile within our entire stock database of over 2800 companies. We divide our entire database into 11 different sectors. This stock is in the Healthcare and we rank Healthcare as 3 out of our 11 sectors. LLY ranks in the 76 percentile within the Healthcare sector. We divide the Healthcare sector into 10 specific industry groups. LLY is in the Drug Manufacturers - Major industry group. We rank LLY number 10 out of 19 stocks within its specific industry group.

Market Capitalization

Market capitalization is the total dollar market value of a company's outstanding shares. It is calculated by Company's Shares Outstanding x Current Market Price of One Share. Large market cap companies have market capitalization of $10b or more. Mid market cap companies have a market capitalization of $2b-$10b. Small cap companies have a market cap less than $2b.


Earnings Before Interest, Tax, Depreciation and Amortization (Trailing 12 Months) EBDITA is used to evaluate a company's performance without the influence of accounting/finance-driven decisions or tax environments. It is calculated by adding the non-cash expenses of depreciation and amortization to the company's operating income.


Price/Earnings Ratio (Trailing 12 Months) The P/E ratio highlights the value of a company's current share price relative to its per-share earnings. It is calculated by Market Value per Share / Earnings per Share.


Price/Earnings to Growth (Trailing 12 Months) The PEG ratio is used to to determine the stock's value relative to the company's earnings growth. It is calculated by P/E Ratio / EPS Growth.


Price/Sales Ratio (Trailing 12 Months) The PS ratio (also known as sales multiple or revenue multiple) compares the company's current stock price relative to its earnings. It is calculated by Price Per Share / Net Sales Per Share.


Price to book ratio is used to evaluate the stock's current share price relative to its current book value (the value of the company's current assets). It is calculated by Share Price / Book Value Per Share. In general, a low price to book value indicates that a stock is undervalued and thus more desirable.


Enterprise Value to Earnings Before Interest, Tax, Depreciation and Amortization (Trailing 12 Months) EV/EBITDA is a ratio that evaluates a company's return on investment, particularly as compared to other companies. It is calculated by EBDITA / Enterprise Value. EV is considered the theoretical purchase ("takeover") price of a business because a purchaser would take on the company's debt, while pocketing the company's cash and gaining a right to all of the company's future earnings.


Return on Invested Capital (Trailing 12 Months) ROIC helps investors determine how well the stock is translating capital into profits. ROIC is calculated by (Net Income - Dividends) / (Debt + Equity).

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If you had acted on the SFTW Investor recommendation of Sell on 08 Feb 2018, your return would have been 4.85% less than investing in an index fund based on the S&P 500.
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