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|Subject: Re: Value Line 9/09 compared to 3/07||Date: 10/22/2009 12:05 PM|
|Author: BenGrahamMan||Number: 387 of 400|
Isn't the majority of the increase in shares a result of a stock split? There has been the dilution but not as much as the increase in shares in the table makes it look like.
I apologize for my inadvertent and sloppy error. The following I hope is correct.
You can find the following below at my BAM notes (search October 21, 2009) http://rbcpa.com/companies/BAM_notes.html
This was corrected on 10/22/09 as I inadvertently missed a 3 for 2 Stock Split on June 4, 2007.
Greater maturities in 5 years. Greater Maturities to Capital. Increased Debt Levels. Lower coverage ratios. Greater Debt to Capital. Greater underfunded pension. Greater preferred stock. Share count has decreased. Revenues have increased 60%. Revenues Per Share have increased 67%. EPS has decreased 60% . Book Value has increased by 15%. Cash Flow per share has increased by 8%. Decrease in tax rate, which leads to higher NI. Yet, that could be a sign that higher NI is not sustainable. Negative Working Capital now. Lower returns on equity and capital. Higher ratio of Dividends to Profits. Increased Institutional Holders. Fitch IDR was BBB+ in 3/07, now BBB.
Sept 2009 March 2007 (12/06) Split Adjusted
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