Hormel Foods's (NYSE:HRL) stock is 9.4% higher in the past 12 months and has outperformed the overall US TECH market which is 3.9% higher in the same timeframe. This is equivalent to a 5.5% greater return over the period which puts the stock as an outperformer vs other US TECH companies.
From 11 analysts that cover Hormel Foods's stock, the average rating is 3.2. This is a weighted average of 1 strong buys, 1 buys, 8 holds, 1 sells. This is 0.4 higher than a month ago which gives this factor a tea-score of 5/5.
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Hormel Foods insider's have net been buying stock over the past 12 months, in the previous month insiders have been net buying. In fact the buy to sell ratio in the past month has been 50.0% which is 49.0% higher than the last 12 months buy to sell ratio. This put's Hormel Foods's Insiders in the top quintile vs their peers giving this factor a tea-score of 3/5.
For Hormel Foods, currently 45.3% of stock (1 billion shares) is owned by Institutions, 6.5% (802 million shares) is owned by Individuals, and 48.2% (2 million shares) is owned by company insiders. The CEO has a holding of 0.02% which is equivalent to 40 thousand shares with a market value of $129 million. This factor has a tea-score of 5/5.
As of 31 July 2019, the short interest for Hormel Foods has been 14.16% of the shares outstanding which is 756 billion shares. This is less than 1 month ago which had 14.48% of the shares outstanding which is 774 billion short interest in shares. This equals a tea-score of 1/5.
Hormel Foods's revenue in the last 12 months ending 28 April 2019 is $9Bn. Hormel Foods's average revenue growth for the last 4 years has been 5.1% which is currently lower than their comps of 6.2%.
Hormel Foods's free cash flow yield is 3.9% and has grown from 4 years ago. The free cash flow yield for Hormel Foods 1 year ago was 5.2% and 3 years ago it was 5.0%.
Hormel Foods pays dividends every 3 months and has done so since 02 April 2013. Dividends have been steadily decreasing over the past 4 years from $0.25 (dividend yield of 0.94%) to $0.21 today (yield of 0.51%).
Hormel Foods's PE ratio is 22.8x. This is calculated from their EPS of $2.02 and price per share of $41.45. Hormel Foods's PE ratio values the company cheaper than 40% of it's competitors giving this factor a tea-score of 2/5.
Hormel Foods's PEG ratio is 1.2x. This is calculated from their PE ratio of 22.8x and their last 12 months growth rate of 0.19%. This is more attractive than their competitors so the tea-score for this factor is 3/5.
The PB ratio for Hormel Foods is 3.8x. This is more expensive than their competitors who have an average PB ratio of 2.2x. The tea-score is 4/5.
Hormel Foods's free cash flow yield is 3.9% which is ranked 2.0/5 when compared to its competitors. This is calculated from a free cash flow of $827M (as reported for the 12 months ending 28 April 2019) divided by its current market capitalisation of $22Bn. The average free cash flow yield across Hormel Foods's comps is 8.1%.
Hormel Foods's return on investment is 17.8%. This is more profitable than its competitors.
Hormel Foods's current ratio is calculated by (current assets) / (current liabilities) which equals 2.1x. This less attractive than their competitors and also worse than recommended for a healthy company.
Hormel Foods's debt to shareholder equity is 4.2%. This is worse than their competitors and also worse than advised for a well-managed balance sheet.
Hormel Foods's dividend payout ratio calculated against their free cash flow is low at 65.9%. This is in quintile 2 when measured against their comps.
Hormel Foods's has a poor overall ESG rating of 59/100. Their competitors have a score between 42 and 76 with the average at 62.
What is the 52 week high for Hormel Foods stock quote?
Hormel Foods (NYSE:HRL) hit a new 52-week high on 16 November 2018 at a price of $45.44 with 2,576,000 shares traded that day. This is 9.6% higher than than its current price of $41.45 and 23.5% higher than the 52-week low of $36.79 on 23 August 2018. Average daily volume traded has been 2 million shares over the past 3 months.
What is the highest price Hormel Foods stock has ever been?
The all-time highs for Hormel Foods stock were reached on 16 November 2018, 276 days ago at a price of $45.44. This equates to a market capitalisation of $24Bn. The highest price reached is 9.6% higher than the current price of $41.45 with a current market cap of $22Bn.
What is the beta of Hormel Foods stock?
Hormel Foods stock moves -0.1x the US TECH market average which makes its beta lower than the overall market.
What is the volatility of Hormel Foods (HRL) stock?
Hormel Foods's stock has an annual volatility of 19.9% which is more volatile than the average US TECH market volatility of 16.3% which has made it a less safe stock to own in the past vs just owning the index for investors aiming for lower portfolio volatility.
What have Hormel Foods's share buybacks been over the past year?
Hormel Foods is currently running a share-buyback program and in the past year alone the company has repurchased 104 million of shares outstanding at a total expense of $23Trn. In the same time frame the share price has moved 9.4% higher which is an outperformance of 5.5% vs the overall market. Hormel Foods still has $420Trn of cash remaining on their balance sheet.
Who owns the most Hormel Foods stock?
Barry White is the largest individual shareholder in Hormel Foods with 1 billion shares. He is an independent director of Hormel Foods. The largest institutional holder is T-Rowe and they own 18.7% of the issue size with 100 million shares. T-Rowe have been net buying shares over the last 12 months as they own 1 million more shares than a year ago.
When did Hormel Foods beat earnings expectations in the last 4 years?
In the past 4 quarters Hormel Foods has had 3 earnings beat's and 1 earnings miss's. The average earnings beat has been 12.1% and the average earnings miss has been 8.2%.
When is Hormel Foods's next earnings date and what are the expectations?
Hormel Foods is set to report earnings on 30 July 2019 after market close. The report will be for the fiscal Quarter ending June 2019. Based on 14 analysts' forecasts, the consensus EPS forecast for the quarter is $2.12. Recent analyst revisions have been positive implying a potential EPS of $2.24.
What is Hormel Foods's upcoming earnings report expectations?
The earnings expectations for Hormel Foods's upcoming report on 30 July 2019 are from 14 analysts with an average EPS of $2.12. The lowest analyst rating is $2.01, the highest is $2.84. The most recent earnings revisions have been positive with a most recent estimate of $2.24.
What is Hormel Foods's earnings per share (EPS)?
Hormel Foods's latest earnings per share (EPS) was reported as $2.02 on 30 April 2019 for fiscal quarter ending March 2019. This is 11.0% higher than 12 months ago when they reported EPS of $1.82
What is Hormel Foods's dividend growth rate?
Hormel Foods's dividends have grown at 12.00% in the past year and an average growth of -4.00% over the past 4 years. This is lower then it's competitors 4-year average dividend growth of 4.1
What is Hormel Foods's dividend yield?
Hormel Foods's current dividend yield is 0.51%. This is calculated by taking the dividend's per share of $0.21 (the last payment which was on 12 July 2019) and dividing by the current share price of $41.45.
What is Hormel Foods's previous and next dividend date?
Hormel Foods's most recent dividend date was 12 July 2019 when the company paid $0.21 and the next dividend date is 11 October 2019 with an expected payment of $0.21.