I do not own this stock of Exco Technologies Ltd. That is a stock given as a suggestion by Keystone at the Toronto Money Show of 2012. I decided to check into it as it is a little technology company that is paying dividends. Also, I made a decision to review this stock because Keystone has suggested some very good stocks before. This company began to pay dividends about 10 years ago in 2003. I’d call it a dividend-growth company as dividends have grown at 21% and 13% per year within the last 5 and a decade.
The total come back over the past 5 years is great, but not a lot within the last 10 years. The thing is 5 years back the stock slipped a lot because of the 2000 keep market. Some capital has been created by The stock gains, but not a complete great deal over time. The 5 and 10-year total return to date is 36.81% and 2.27% per season. The dividend portion of this total comes back is 3.69% and 1.21% per calendar year within the last 5 and 10 years. The capital increases portion of these total returns is 33.12% and 1.06% per season over the past 5 and a decade.
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There has been only a very minor change in excellent shares over the past 5 and a decade. Shares have increased due to stock options and have decreased credited to buy backs. There’s not been much in the form of growth in revenue and cash flow over the past 5 and 10 years, year running averages particularly if you look at 5. Earnings have grown fairly well, over the past 5 years especially, because 5 years back, the company had negative earnings. Revenue has grown by 4.05% and 0% over the past 5 and 10 years. Revenue has grown within the last 5 years as it was low 5 years back.
If you take a look at 5-year running averages, income is down about 1% per yr within the last 5 years and up around 1% per year within the last a decade. For EPS, I really do not have growth within the last 5 years as 5 years ago earnings were negative. Within the last 3 year’s EPS is continuing to grow at 32% per yr. EPS has grown at 3.5% per season over the past 10 years.
If you look at 5 year working averages, EPS is continuing to grow at 45% over the past 5 years and is down 2% per calendar year over the past 10 years. CASHFLOW per Share has grown at 15% per yr within the last 5 years and 0% over the past 10 years.
If you take a look at 5-year running averages, CFPS has grown at 0% per calendar year over the past 5 years and is down 2.8% per season within the last 10 years. One problem is shown by the Operational Profit Margin (CF/Revenue) Ratio. You want this proportion to be growing or stable.
It has been fluctuating, but it is down by 15% over the past 10 years. It really is going in the incorrect direction. The debt ratios are very good on this stock. The Liquidity Ratio is high at 4.16. YOUR DEBT Ratio is 6.30. Debt/Equity and Leverage Ratios are 1.19 and 0.19. The ongoing company has little debt. Thus giving them the capability to survive a lot of hard times. Experts expect that this ongoing company can do very well in 2014. The first quarterly report for 2014 (dated December 31, 2013 as the annual reporting date is September 30 every year) appeared to be ok, however, not great.
Revenue, EPS, and CFPS for 2013 were the best ever reached before for this company. However, cash flow and net gain were down slightly from 2012 where in fact the highest level was reached. This stock has great debt ratios. Analysts expect good growth over next 2 yrs. See my spreadsheet at xtc.htm. This is actually the first of two parts.