Magic Formula Stocks - Joel Greenblatt

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Market Cap ($M)
Market cap is the total market value to buy the whole company. It is equal to the share price times the number of Shares Outstanding (EOP). More
Earnings Yield (Joel Greenblatt) %
The standard definition of earnings yield is the earnings per share divided by the price of a share. It's the inverse of P/E and shows the amount of money earned compared to the price you pay for a share. More
ROC (Joel Greenblatt) %
Joel Greenblatt defined Return on Capital differently in his book The Little Book That Still Beats the Market (Little Books. Big Profits). He defines Return on Capital as EBIT divided by the total of Property, Plant and Equipment and net working capital. More
10-Year EBITDA Growth Rate (Per Share)
EBITDA per Share is the amount of Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization (EBITDA) per outstanding share of the company's stock. More
5-Year EBITDA Growth Rate (Per Share)
EBITDA per Share is the amount of Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization (EBITDA) per outstanding share of the company's stock. More
PE Ratio
Dividend Yield %
The dividend yield is the ratio of a company's annual dividend compared to its share price. More
Rank
44.65453.044,323.70000.6015.381
Not Rated
0.51218.385,166.200-63.900.0502
60.58245.251,954.11039.807.963.923
Not Rated
83.6273.552,679.48005.0204
Not Rated
857.8577.5813,998.7700005
15.4790.55132,193.5525.90-102206
3.07123.905,804.5100007
3.14965.731,264.59001.554.148
6.03187.491,249.47000.2009
604.9656.9813,495.0464.3091.601.412.2110
484.8492.705,602.72001.18011
147.79221.483,283.88046.204.754.6912
Not Rated
25.53110.918,904.11002.25013
77.1547.637,334.97-143.400.13014
Not Rated
1,408.128.4434.0500.4023.53015
540.2827.544,219.34006.12016
0.9635.09736,00013.7024.602.75017
34.7874.111,246.38003.71018
Not Rated
1,692.2034.0710,818.1407.603.232.4619
27.5048.051,050.49002.75020
1.2225.896,604.17004.79021
205.7118.41372.69006.33922
57.9038.43353.4523.908.701.64023
256.44101.18225.27003.49024
Not Rated
1,023.38100.53553.970-16.603.78025
Not Rated
1,068.3894.40553.970-16.603.85026
23,439.1223.4244,690.5420.2012.304.222.9727
255.7940.671,944.81004.65028
22,312.119.317.54004.460.4529
23,442.309.307.54004.470.4530
683.4014.08626.020070.70031
95,127.118.54193.4310.6019.5011.906.4332
92,269.858.70193.4310.6019.5011.536.2833
91.6423.7117,105.87004.61034
207.6136.23467.790-3.404.10035
19,428.1020.7572,471.43005.133.2736
19,529.5220.5072,471.43005.223.2337
Not Rated
93.8525.72680.65003.69038
20.6541.47239.09049.9014.996.3039
52.6826.25545.22000.14040
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What is Magic Formula Screener?


Gotham Capital manager Joel Greenblatt defined a "magic formula" in his book, "The Little Book that Beats the Market." The magic formula hinges on two financial ratios: the earnings yield, which is defined as earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) divided by enterprise value, and the return on capital, which is defined as EBIT divided by the sum of net fixed assets and net working capital. To select the top-ranked stocks, the magic formula ranks all stocks based on a combination of earnings yield and return on capital: Stocks with the highest earnings yield and return on capital receive a higher rank.