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New Key Statistics Module, Z-Score and F-Score
Market Cap $M194,103Revenue $M211,970Net Margin (%)9.0Altman Z-Score3.1
Enterprise Value $M216,127EPS $10.1Operating Margin %13.6Piotroski F-Score6
P/E(ttm)11.4Beneish M-Score-2.9Pre-tax Margin (%)13.6Higher ROA y-yN
Price/Book1.310-y EBITDA Growth Rate %7.8Quick Ratio1.2Cash flow > EarningsY
Price/Sales1.05-y EBITDA Growth Rate %8.7Current Ratio1.4Lower Leverage y-yN
Price/Free Cash Flow--y-y EBITDA Growth Rate %-9.1ROA % (ttm)6.5Higher Current Ratio y-yY
Dividend Yield %4.2PEG1.3ROE % (ttm)11.2Less Shares Outstanding y-yY
Payout Ratio %47.0Shares Outstanding M1,880ROIC % (ttm)10.4Gross Margin Increase y-yY

Gurus Latest Trades with CVX

Number of guru portfolios checked: 68.
TickerGuruDate Action
Impactdown Price Range
(Average)*
Current Price Change from Average Comment Current Shares
CVXDavid Dreman 2015-03-31 Add0.02%$101.62 - $112.78
($106.72)
$ 103.11-3%Add 70.30%6,601
CVXDodge & Cox 2015-03-31 Add0.01%$101.62 - $112.78
($106.72)
$ 103.11-3%Add 0.55%12,731,623
CVXKen Fisher 2015-03-31 Add0.01%$101.62 - $112.78
($106.72)
$ 103.11-3%Add 1.22%3,483,118
CVXMario Gabelli 2015-03-31 Reduce$101.62 - $112.78
($106.72)
$ 103.11-3%Reduce 3.85%120,702
CVXJames Barrow 2015-03-31 Reduce$101.62 - $112.78
($106.72)
$ 103.11-3%Reduce 1.40%458,055
CVXCharles Brandes 2015-03-31 Reduce$101.62 - $112.78
($106.72)
$ 103.11-3%Reduce 0.14%144,041
CVXFirst Eagle Investment 2015-03-31 Add$101.62 - $112.78
($106.72)
$ 103.11-3%Add 328.69%4,304
CVXDodge & Cox 2014-12-31 Add0.19%$100.86 - $118.8
($113.46)
$ 103.11-9%Add 16.68%12,662,230
CVXRuane Cunniff 2014-12-31 Reduce$100.86 - $119.95
($113.59)
$ 103.11-9%Reduce 21.37%4,716
CVXFirst Eagle Investment 2014-09-30 Reduce-0.71%$120.55 - $134.85
($127.69)
$ 103.11-19%Reduce 99.96%1,004
CVXBrian Rogers 2014-09-30 Reduce-0.17%$120.55 - $134.85
($127.69)
$ 103.11-19%Reduce 6.82%5,000,000
CVXRuane Cunniff 2014-09-30 Add$120.55 - $134.85
($127.69)
$ 103.11-19%Add 27.45%5,998
CVXTom Gayner 2014-06-30 Sold Out -0.36%$116.69 - $132.98
($124.31)
$ 103.11-17%Sold Out0
CVXFirst Eagle Investment 2014-06-30 Add0.28%$116.69 - $132.98
($124.31)
$ 103.11-17%Add 63.76%2,234,032
CVXDavid Dreman 2014-06-30 Add0.01%$116.69 - $132.98
($124.31)
$ 103.11-17%Add 21.27%3,615
CVXFirst Eagle Investment 2014-03-31 Add0.43%$109.52 - $125.07
($116.52)
$ 103.11-12%Add 135775.00%1,364,185
CVXCharles Brandes 2014-03-31 Add0.05%$109.52 - $125.07
($116.55)
$ 103.11-12%Add 47.77%113,636
CVXJames Barrow 2014-03-31 Add0.01%$109.52 - $125.07
($116.52)
$ 103.11-12%Add 24.19%393,741
CVXKen Heebner 2013-12-31 Sold Out -0.39%$116.13 - $125.23
($120.8)
$ 103.11-15%Sold Out0
CVXTom Gayner 2013-12-31 Add0.08%$116.13 - $125.23
($120.8)
$ 103.11-15%Add 25.00%95,000
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CVX: Insider Buys/Sells

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InsiderPosition Date Trades Shares Trade Price ($) Change (%) Details
STUMPF JOHN GDirector 2015-05-11Buy180,000$108.1-4.51view
Wirth Michael KExecutive Vice President 2014-08-29Sell75,000$129.15-20.08view
Yarrington Patricia EVP & CFO 2014-05-12Sell38,000$125-17.42view
KIRKLAND GEORGE LVice Chairman and EVP 2014-05-06Sell150,000$125.23-17.58view
DENHAM ROBERT EDirector 2014-02-14Buy2,000$113.41-8.99view
Geagea Joseph CSenior Vice President 2014-01-01Sell0$0-8.99view
Breber Pierre RVice President and President 2014-01-01Sell0$0-8.99view
JOHNSON JAMES WILLIAMSenior Vice President 2014-01-01Sell0$0-8.99view
Wirth Michael KExecutive Vice President 2013-05-21Sell40,000$125-17.42view
Zygocki Rhonda I.Executive Vice President 2013-05-20Sell26,000$124.8-17.29view

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    Tsll@hotmail.com
    Reply[email protected] - 1 year ago
    Is Free Cash Flow really very close to Owner Earnings?
    A company with 4bn cash from operations could invest 3bn in its own PPE (to grow, not only to "maintain")or acquire another company for 3bn. In the first case, Free Cash Flow is 1bn, in the latter 4bn, a multiple of 4.
    (1) Is there a way to quantify the portion of PPE investment that is for growth instead of "maintenance"?
    (2) Do you give credit for the "growth" portion of PPE investment or do you use strictly "Free CF = Cash from Operations - CapEx" throughout your calculations (ie your DCF number)?
    Many thanks for your help (your website is by far the best that I have seen)!!
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