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New Key Statistics Module, Z-Score and F-Score
Market Cap $M288,098Revenue $M84,347Net Margin (%)27.0Altman Z-Score
Enterprise Value $M485,327EPS $4.1Operating Margin %39.7Piotroski F-Score3
P/E(ttm)13.6Beneish M-Score--Pre-tax Margin (%)39.7Higher ROA y-yN
Price/Book1.710-y EBITDA Growth Rate %5.7Quick Ratio--Cash flow > EarningsN
Price/Sales3.55-y EBITDA Growth Rate %11.2Current Ratio--Lower Leverage y-yN
Price/Free Cash Flow--y-y EBITDA Growth Rate %1.5ROA % (ttm)1.4Higher Current Ratio y-yN
Dividend Yield %2.5PEG1.2ROE % (ttm)12.6Less Shares Outstanding y-yY
Payout Ratio %34.0Shares Outstanding M5,149ROIC % (ttm)7.5Gross Margin Increase y-yN

Gurus Latest Trades with WFC

Number of guru portfolios checked: 68.
TickerGuruDate Action
Impactdown Price Range
(Average)*
Current Price Change from Average Comment Current Shares
WFCChris Davis 2015-03-31 Reduce-0.65%$50.72 - $56.17
($54.04)
$ 56.024%Reduce 8.90%37,539,086
WFCLou Simpson 2015-03-31 Add0.62%$50.72 - $56.17
($54.04)
$ 56.024%Add 5.69%6,140,747
WFCArnold Van Den Berg 2015-03-31 Reduce-0.45%$50.72 - $56.17
($54.04)
$ 56.024%Reduce 9.51%679,129
WFCWarren Buffett 2015-03-31 Add0.35%$50.72 - $56.17
($54.04)
$ 56.024%Add 1.47%470,292,359
WFCNWQ Managers 2015-03-31 Reduce-0.17%$50.72 - $56.17
($54.04)
$ 56.024%Reduce 10.44%2,230,230
WFCWallace Weitz 2015-03-31 Reduce-0.12%$50.72 - $56.17
($54.04)
$ 56.024%Reduce 4.21%1,844,267
WFCJames Barrow 2015-03-31 Reduce-0.08%$50.72 - $56.17
($54.04)
$ 56.024%Reduce 2.46%43,042,263
WFCTweedy Browne 2015-03-31 Reduce-0.08%$50.72 - $56.17
($54.04)
$ 56.024%Reduce 1.10%5,103,177
WFCCharles Brandes 2015-03-31 Reduce-0.07%$50.72 - $56.17
($54.04)
$ 56.024%Reduce 3.25%2,612,979
WFCRichard Pzena 2015-03-31 Reduce-0.06%$50.72 - $56.17
($54.04)
$ 56.024%Reduce 8.19%2,302,295
WFCBrian Rogers 2015-03-31 Reduce-0.05%$50.72 - $56.17
($54.04)
$ 56.024%Reduce 2.07%11,819,600
WFCYacktman Fund 2015-03-31 Reduce-0.05%$50.72 - $56.17
($54.04)
$ 56.024%Reduce 4.76%2,000,000
WFCDonald Yacktman 2015-03-31 Reduce-0.04%$50.72 - $56.17
($54.04)
$ 56.024%Reduce 5.90%2,625,794
WFCDodge & Cox 2015-03-31 Reduce-0.03%$50.72 - $56.17
($54.04)
$ 56.024%Reduce 0.74%71,933,893
WFCHOTCHKIS & WILEY 2015-03-31 Reduce-0.03%$50.72 - $56.17
($54.04)
$ 56.024%Reduce 3.27%4,442,753
WFCMario Gabelli 2015-03-31 Reduce-0.02%$50.72 - $56.17
($54.04)
$ 56.024%Reduce 1.66%4,248,284
WFCThird Avenue Management 2015-03-31 Add0.02%$50.72 - $56.17
($54.04)
$ 56.024%Add 67.28%27,937
WFCDavid Dreman 2015-03-31 Add0.02%$50.72 - $56.17
($54.04)
$ 56.024%Add 10.21%48,703
WFCBruce Berkowitz 2015-03-31 Reduce$50.72 - $56.17
($54.04)
$ 56.024%Reduce 4.01%143,600
WFCKen Fisher 2015-03-31 Add$50.72 - $56.17
($54.04)
$ 56.024%Add 0.15%18,537,247
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*The price and date might not be the actual time and price at which the transactions were made. In the case of institutional owners, the date is stated as the last day of their fiscal quarter. The prices are estimates if no accurate information available. Foreign holdings may not be included.

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UVInvestors
ReplyUVInvestors - 1 year ago
Libertadpp,
depends on how you calc FCF. if you add-in changes in working capital,i.e using operating cash flow - capex, then FCF will be higher than net income if there were positive changes in working cap. also, if the company has a lot of goodwill (and thus goodwill amortization), FCF will be higher than net income. i would avoid companies with a lot of goodwill as they have done acquisitions and aren't growing organically (possible flawed biz model) and there is a risk they overpaid for an acquisition and will have to write down goodwill and eps will be hit as a result.
Libertadpp
ReplyLibertadpp - 1 year ago
How can Free Cash Flow be always bigger than net income?, because of high ROIC?
Steve Pomeranz
ReplySteve Pomeranz - 1 year ago
It would be nice if we could make adjustments to the dividend growth rate using the 3 year in addition to the 5 year, WFC is a good example because due to the crash, the 5 year is not a true picture of future dividend growth. Using only the 5 year growth rate for WFC, renders the yield on cost number to be of no use.

Otherwise this page is fantastic and a great tool. Thanks.
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