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  • Companies Comparison 2012 2Q 0 comments
    Sep 30, 2012 10:48 AM | about stocks: BP, CVX, INTC, XOM, VOD, MSFT, MCD, WMT, PG, JNJ, KO, AAPL, GOOG, IBM, FB

    15 major word companies financial 2012 2Q figure comparison and evaluation.

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    British petroleum - although companies share value has increased from ~38$ to ~43$ compared to Q1 its results remain very good. 2Q results were negative due to 4,8 bn.$ impairment due to stooped Alaska project. Even tough companies share profitability remains very good 12,7%. When this impairment effect cases profitability will be even hither. Due to good profitability and divined yield with low payout ratio this share earns highest 5 star rating.

    Chevron - another oil company with comparably low share market price. Although its share value has also increased from 99$ to 117$ its profitability remain very good 11,5% with stong balance and good dividend yield 3,1% (payout only 27%) share earns highest 5 star rating.

    Intel - largest computer processor producer in the world. Its results are positive with growing sales ans earnings. Balance sheet is strong. Since companies share value has decreased from 26$ to 23$ its figures has increased further. Profitability is just over 10%. Company is a strong 4 star rating.

    Exxon Mobile - major oil company with acceptable balance sheet and positive results. Share price has increased from 82$ to 92$ but still its profitability remains very good 10,4%. Company is a strong 4 star rating.

    Vodaphone - UK mobile pone giant, but with major market in Europe its results are negative, buts due to that companies share price is very close to is balance equity/share value, just 0,6 years of net income in difference, but its profitability is not so great only 7,7%. Equity level is acceptable but liquidity ratio is just below <1. Due to that is a weak 4 star rating.

    Microsoft - Companies results are quite flat. Company is hardly competing in new mobile an tablet markets but remain a strong leader in its windows market. But companies share price is a bit price pricing over 10 years of net earnings on equity/share top. With dividend yield of 3,1% and quite goo share profitability of 6,7% makes company a strong 3 star rating.

    McDonald's - largest fast food chain in the world. Companies results are a bit negative with falling sales and profit, although balance sheet is quite good. Companies share evaluation is very high almost 15 years of net income on top of equity/share. But due to still acceptable 5,4% profitability and quite good dividend yield of 3,4% it earns a 3 star rating.

    Wal-Mart - US retail giant. Companies results are positive an growing, but companies balance sheet is a bit risky with >1 liquidity ratio. Also companies share evaluation is quit high +11 years of earnings. Profitability is average 6,4% but dividend yield is only 2,2%. So company finishes 3 star rating.

    Procter & Gamble - large US consumer good producer. Companies results are a bit positive, but its <1 liquidity makes its balance a bit risky. Companies share price is very high with 15 years of Net income on top of equity/share. Although its dividend yield is quite good 3,2% buts its payout ratio is very high 72% with share profitability only 4,5%. Due to that it earns only 2 star rating.

    Jonson & Jonson - Another well known US company that share price is very high. Companies results are average while balance sheet is acceptable. Share price is 15 year of Net income on top of equity/share and as PG dividend yield is quite good 3,5% payout ratio is very high 78% with share profitability only 4,6%. Due to that it earns only 2 star rating.

    Coca-Cola - largest soft drink producer. Company is very over evaluated. Share price is 16,3 years of Net income on top of equity/share and its profitability is 5%. Dividend yield is 2,7% with acceptable 54% payout ratio. Companies results are good - sales and profit are increasing, but equity level is quite low 38% so balance sheet is a bit risky. Due to that company earns a low 2 star rating.

    Apple - with its "I must have" iPhone an iPad products company is the largest in the world by market capitalization. Although companies latest results were negative they should improve with its newly launches iPad and iPhone. Balance sheet is very strong with large cash reserve, but companies share evaluation is quite high with 13 years of Net income on top of equity/share and share profitability of quite good 6,4% makes it attractive, but dividend yield is very low 1,6% so due to that is a weak 2 star rating.

    Google - largest internet marketing company. Companies results are good and balance sheet is strong, but share price is very high with 16,5 years of Net Income on top of equity/share and low share profitability of 4,5%. With no dividend this share earned only 1 star rating.

    IBM - due to very low equity only 18% company is of investment list. Also its share price is quite high 14 years of Net income on top of equity/share and dividend yield is only 1,6%. So company earns a 1 star rating.

    Facebook - a no go share that can be evaluate only by expectations. So company earns a 1 star rating.

    Voting results are that Coca-Cola and McDonalds are included into analysed companies. Their more detailed analysis will be provided in short time. Also i'm taking a challenge to test my financial analysis of companies and their evaluation by making a virtual 1m.$ portfolio and tracking its performance. Companies analysis will be not each quarter from now. My goal will be to analyse each company at least once a year with more depth and long term view.

    Stocks: BP, CVX, INTC, XOM, VOD, MSFT, MCD, WMT, PG, JNJ, KO, AAPL, GOOG, IBM, FB
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