thanks for all of the bullshit numbers. lets see, #1. price to book of 18, WRONG, its lower.
#2. Price to sales of 14.5, WRONG, its lower.
#3. P/E ratio of 24. you know thats complete bullshit. you know their earnings will top $1.50 in the 2nd half of the year to bring the p/e below 10. and you also know their current p/e based on ttm is about 17.
#4. report earnings semi-annually. WRONG. as of now they will report quarterly.
#5. fleet capacity growth of 12% over the last 6 years. what is it the last 3 years? HIGHER.
#6. EXM's competitors have grown 38% annually over the last 5 years. EXM's average growth is 6%. WHAT?? WRONG. try about 70% annually for EXM's growth.
LIES, LIES, LIES.
and, oh, by the way, their current ratio is 5.1-1. how many tanker companies can stake that claim? how many have a better balance sheet? VERY FEW.
Growth Rates Price Ratios Profit Margins Financial Condition Investment Returns Management Efficiency Ten Year Summary
fyi Price Ratios Company Industry S&P 500 Current P/E Ratio 49.9 16.3 20.4 P/E Ratio 5-Year High 38.9 NA 64.8 P/E Ratio 5-Year Low 1.0 NA 16.9 Price/Sales Ratio 16.62 1.32 1.52 Price/Book Value 30.91 1.74 2.94 Price/Cash Flow Ratio 42.50 7.20 12.60
Looks accurate to me. Nice try. His points are right on the money. If you want to catch the knife, wear metal gloves.