MCD stock rose 50% from August .
But check out the balance sheet and income statements on Yahoo fiinance for the latest quarter here are the important details .
Tangible assets fell in those 6 months by 78%.
Shareholder equity fell by 53% .
Income from Q3 2015 to Q1 2016 fell by 16% .
There is another huge drop coming in this stock , initial target $110
More from the disastrous Q1 2016 . How about a stock that is selling almost 30 times its book value
Market Cap (intraday)5: 112.56B
Enterprise Value (May 17, 2016)3: 133.85B
Trailing P/E (ttm, intraday): 24.64
Forward P/E (fye Dec 31, 2017)1: 20.68
PEG Ratio (5 yr expected)1: 2.22
Price/Sales (ttm): 4.49
Price/Book (mrq): 29.46
Enterprise Value/Revenue (ttm)3: 5.28
Enterprise Value/EBITDA (ttm)6: 14.83
I am sad to see so many on this board that have so little experience in the stock market.
This message board seems to consist of those that are in a dreamworld , when a post arrives that says anything negative about MCDs they give it a thumbs down .
You will learn as I did 16 years ago how dangerous it is to your finacial health to stay in a market that is about to plunge just as it did in 1987 , 22% in one day on the DOW .
I speak from over 40 Yrs experience in Stocks
How low will MCD go when everyone trips over each other as they attempt to avoid losing their shirt ?
From Dec 2013 to Dec 2015 net income fell by 18.9% according to figures on Yahoo Finance .
From the Sept 2015 quarter to March 2016 quarter net income fell 16% .
Meanwhile the stock jumped 50% as Income fell by that 16% .
That tells me that there are more clueless "investors" in this market than I have seen in the last 40 years od stock market trading
At the end of this most recent quarter MCD Tangible net asset value was only $1.293B divided by 877M shares
My calculator says each share is worth $1.47 in nert assets.
So that means its stock is selling a price to book in tangible assets of over 80
Warren Buffet's success was based on buying near book value so how much would he have paid for MCD shares .No more than $5