American National Insurance Revenue, Profits - ANAT Quarterly Income Statement

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$124.67 $0.31 (0.25%) ANAT stock closing price Jul 20, 2018 (Closing)

ANAT stock valuation based on fundamental analysis involves checking and analyzing financial statements and not just the American National Insurance stock price. In the income statement, an investor can check for important parameters like the topline or sales, the bottomline or profits, the basic EPS, dividends etc. The income statement is always for an accounting period, typically for a year or quarter, and affects the stock. In this case, the ANAT stock is bound to reflect the impact of the QOQ decline of -13.09%. One also needs to look at American National Insurance assets, operating expenses and American National Insurance free cash flow. The American National Insurance profit and loss statement shows revenue of $803.38M for 2018 Q1. Revenue has decreased by -13.09% QoQ for ANAT stock.

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Fiscal year is Jan - Dec2018 Q12017 Q42017 Q32017 Q22017 Q12016 Q42016 Q32016 Q22016 Q12015 Q4
American National Insurance Revenues or Net Sales
Cost Of Goods Sold (COGS)507.5M514.42M518.92M520.99M481.34M510.85M534.28M516.02M498.2M512.01M
American National Insurance Gross Profit
Research & Development Expense----------
Selling General & Admin Expense275.09M267.94M263.26M279.19M255.68M240.89M241.13M244.14M243.26M250.27M
Income Before Depreciation Depletion Amortization20.78M142.03M90.56M33.9M42.76M87.67M47.72M40.28M23.5M81.27M
Depreciation Depletion Amortization----------
Non Operating Income----------
Interest Expense----------
American National Insurance Pretax Income
Provision for Income Taxes1.18M-159.6M36.35M10.51M13.07M45.3M22.59M9.89M-4.07M44.67M
Investment Gains Losses----------
Other Income-1.33M42.48M22.38M12.31M9.5M17.95M36.53M1.79M-23.99M
Income Before Extraordinaries & Disc Operations18.78M344.58M73.27M35.96M39.84M59.77M59.29M32.63M29.32M62.94M
Extraordinary Items & Discontinued Operations----------
American National Insurance Profit/ Loss (Net Income)
Average Shares used to compute Diluted EPS26.96M26.97M26.96M26.96M26.97M26.97M26.97M26.91M26.91M26.91M
Average Shares used to compute Basic EPS26.96M26.97M26.96M26.96M26.97M26.91M26.91M26.97M26.97M26.96M
Income Before Nonrecurring Items44.07M81.8M42.26M21.24M28.32M46.26M27.34M28.8M24.28M45.8M
Income from Nonrecurring Items-25.29M262.78M31.01M14.72M11.52M13.52M31.95M3.83M5.04M17.14M
American National Insurance Earnings Per Share Basic Net
American National Insurance Earnings Per Share Diluted Net
EPS Diluted Before Nonrecurring Items1.633.031.570.791.051.721.011.070.901.69
Preferred Dividends Acc Pd----------
Dividends Common22.0922.08--------
Dividend Per Share Common0.820.820.820.820.820.820.820.820.800.80
All figures in USD. M: Millions of USD, B: Billions of USD.
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It is very helpful to read a report on American National Insurance stock analysis. An investor must check the following items in an income statement:

  • Topline: A growing topline, as seen from the American National Insurance revenue chart, as isn't the case with American National Insurance indicates a sagging business. One needs to compare the QoQ topline or sales growth of ANAT stock with its peers like KMPR stock and RDN stock to see if the growth compares well with what can be expected from a company in that industry.
  • Bottom line: The word bottom line comes because it is usually the last line of the income statement and refers to the actual profits after deducting all expenses from the revenues. ANAT stock had a poor bottom line growth.

The income statement is also called the profit and loss statement. Apart from the ANAT income statement, one can check the American National Insurance historical stock prices to check how the price has moved with time.

American National Insurance Income Statement - Key Financial Ratios

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