DIEBOLD NIXDORF Stock Analysis, Valuation (NYSE:DBD)
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DIEBOLD NIXDORF Stock Rating 2/5
Amigobulls DBD stock analysis uses latest quarter 2018 Q2 financial data like DIEBOLD NIXDORF revenue growth, profit margins and cash flows. DIEBOLD NIXDORF valuation analysis is based on relative valuation multiples like PE ratio and price to sales ratio. DIEBOLD NIXDORF stock rating encapsulates our opinion about the company based on the fundamentals.
Should you buy DBD stock?
- The price to earnings multiple of 6.5 is attractive when compared with the sector average PE ratio of 23.8.
- The lower PS ratio 0.1 for DBD stock versus Business Services sector average of 1.6 is a positive for the company.
- DIEBOLD NIXDORF is a dividend paying stock with a high yield of 7.13.
Should you sell DBD stock?
- Over the last 5 years, the company registered a poor revenue growth of 9.5.
- Over the last twelve months, DIEBOLD NIXDORF posted an average operating loss margin of -3.47.
- DIEBOLD NIXDORF registered an average TTM Net loss of -7.8%.
- DIEBOLD NIXDORF has a negative return on equity of -64. This indicates that the firm is inefficient at generating profits.
Investors can use Amigobulls DIEBOLD NIXDORF stock analysis as a tool to arrive at accurate conclusions regarding financial health of the company and its valuation. Company's fundamentals remain one of the key driver of DBD stock and helps investors in making good buy and sell decision.
DIEBOLD NIXDORF revenue growth is an indicator of the demand for a company's products while profit margin is indicative of company's pricing power and pricing strategy. Technical analysis comes in handy to check whether the market sentiment is in line with the fundamental picture of the company.