The score on Ring Energy, Inc. (AMEX: REI) for the Gross Merger may be interested in investors. The title has a ranking of 3.00000 at present. This score comes from the stability and growth of the Gross Margin (Marx) over the past eight years. The Gross Margin rating is 1 to 100, where a score of 1 is considered positive and a score of 100 is considered negative. Ring Energy, Inc.’s low score of 3,00000 is the highest for stability and growth.
Investors could examine different kinds of stocks that can be added to their portfolio. Choosing a broader range of stocks may help the portfolio cope with prolonged market volatility. In general, growth stocks have the potential for profit growth and higher incomes than average. Growing businesses will reinvest substantial profits into the company. Fast-growing businesses may be enticing, but checking if shares are properly appreciated before they are purchased may be critical. Some investors will pick cyclical inventories.
The VC scores are based on five valuation ratios developed by Jamés O’Shaughnessy. Such ratios are values of profits, cash flow rates, EBITDA to EV, book value prices and sales prices. The VC is shown as a 1 to 100 number. Generally speaking, an underperforming business with a score closer to 0, and a score closer to 100 would suggest an overperforming company. The sixth shareholder return ratio helps us to look at the Composite Value 2 score currently at 10.
The book-to-market ratio is commonly accepted that the stock could be undervalued. In certain sectors though, the book-to-market ratio has some drawbacks where intangible assets (like knowledge) often do not appear on a balance sheet. The ratio shall be determined by the division of book value by share of the market price.
Ring Energie, Inc. has a Piotroski F-Score of 6 at the time of writing (AMEX: REI.). The F-Score will help companies to find more stable firms. The analysis can also be used to find weak players. Joseph Piotroski has developed the F-Score based on the financial statement of the company with nine different variables.