Meritor, Inc. [NYSE: MTOR] opened at N/A and closed at $23.33 a share within trading session on 01/27/20. That means that the stock dropped by -2.40% compared to the closing price from a day before, when the stock touched $22.77.
Between the start and the closing of the latest trading session, Meritor, Inc. [NYSE: MTOR] had 2.1 million shares being bought and sold. In the last three months, average trading volumes hovered around 1.55M shares. During the last week, volatility in the share price was set at 2.97%, which placed the metric for the last 30 days at 2.97%. The price of the stock additionally went down to $15.96 during that period and MTOR managed to take a rebound to $27.18 in the last 52 weeks.
Meritor, Inc. [NYSE:MTOR]: Analyst Rating and Earnings
Its stock price has been found in the range of 15.96 to 27.18. This is compared to its latest closing price of $23.33.
Stay on the lookout for the next publication of this organization’s financial results for the quarter, which will be made public on Thu 30 Jan (In 3 Days).
Fundamental Analysis of Meritor, Inc. [MTOR]
Now let’s turn to look at profitability: with a current Operating Margin for Meritor, Inc. [MTOR] sitting at +8.14 and its Gross Margin at +14.40, this company’s Net Margin is now 6.60%. These metrics indicate that this company is not generating as much profit, after accounting for expenses, compared to its market peers.
This company’s Return on Total Capital is 28.56, and its Return on Invested Capital has reached 20.90%. Its Return on Equity is 86.31, and its Return on Assets is 10.47. These metrics all suggest that Meritor, Inc. is doing well at using the money it earns to generate returns.
Turning to investigate this organization’s capital structure, Meritor, Inc. [MTOR] has generated a Total Debt to Total Equity ratio of 244.94. Similarly, its Total Debt to Total Capital is 71.01, while its Total Debt to Total Assets stands at 33.50. Looking toward the future, this publicly-traded company’s Long-Term Debt to Equity is 5.85, and its Long-Term Debt to Total Capital is 234.29.
What about valuation? This company’s Enterprise Value to EBITDA is 6.49 and its Total Debt to EBITDA Value is 2.11. The Enterprise Value to Sales for this firm is now 0.66, and its Total Debt to Enterprise Value stands at 0.38. Meritor, Inc. [MTOR] has a Price to Book Ratio of 3.91, a Price to Cash Flow Ratio of 6.24 and P/E Ratio of 6.73. These metrics all suggest that Meritor, Inc. is more likely to generate a positive ROI.
Shifting the focus to workforce efficiency, Meritor, Inc. [MTOR] earns $482,198 for each employee under its payroll. Similarly, this company’s Receivables Turnover is 7.56 and its Total Asset Turnover is 1.58. This publicly-traded organization’s liquidity data is also interesting: its Quick Ratio is 0.74 and its Current Ratio is 1.30. This company, considering these metrics, has a healthy ratio between its short-term liquid assets and its short-term liabilities, making it a less risky investment.
Meritor, Inc. [MTOR] has 78.59M shares outstanding, amounting to a total market cap of $1.79B. Its stock price has been found in the range of 15.96 to 27.18. At its current price, it has moved down by -16.22% from its 52-week high, and it has moved up 42.67% from its 52-week low.
This stock’s Beta value is currently 2.23, which indicates that it is 2.97% more volatile that the wider market. This stock’s Relative Strength Index (RSI) is at 29.05. This stock, according to these metrics, is currently Oversold.
Conclusion: Is Meritor, Inc. [MTOR] a Reliable Buy?
Shares of Meritor, Inc. [MTOR], overall, appear to be a solid investment option, with Wall Street analysts expecting its price to rise considerably in the next 12 months. This company generates high value from the labor resources and other capital it has available, and while it has heavy Long-Term Debt to Equity, the majority of the metrics point to this investment being highly attractive.