Twenty-First Century Fox Stock Analysis, Valuation (NASDAQ:FOXA)
Investors can watch the Amigobulls Twenty-First Century Fox stock analysis video here. This is our analyst opinion covering the buy and sell arguments for FOXA stock.
Note: Amigobulls stock rating is our opinion based on the historical performance of the company's fundamentals. It is not indicative of the future performance of the stock.
Twenty-First Century Fox Inc Stock Rating 3.4/5
Amigobulls FOXA stock analysis relies on business fundamentals such as Twenty-First Century Fox revenue growth, profits and return on equity measures from the latest quarter 2018 Q4 earnings. We also use relative valuation metrics like PE ratio and price to sales ratio for Twenty-First Century Fox valuation analysis. Twenty-First Century Fox stock rating is our opinion about the business fundamentals of the company.
Should you buy FOXA stock?
- Twenty-First Century Fox had a healthy average operating margin of 20.75 over the last 4 quarters.
- Net margins came in at average 14.7% for Twenty-First Century Fox over the last twelve months.
- The company has an operating cash flow which is 2.2011 times the net income. We see this as a positive signal.
- Twenty-First Century Fox has an attractive ROIC (Return on Invested Capital) of 11.2
- Twenty-First Century Fox has a good Return On Equity (ROE) of 23.5.
- Twenty-First Century Fox has a healthy FCF (Free Cash Flow) margin of 22.9.
Should you sell FOXA stock?
- Sales declined by -2.4 annually over the last 5 years.
- FOXA stock is trading at a PS multiple of 2.8, which is a negative when compared to the Consumer Discretionary sector average multiple of 1.6.
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