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  • SAIC Inc. (SAI) 0 comments
    Jun 26, 2011 1:42 PM | about stocks: LDOS

    SAIC Inc. (SAI) is a FORTUNE 500 Scientific, Engineering and Technology Applications company that uses its deep domain and mission knowledge to support the customer’s entire life cycle.

    Knowledge to solve problems of vital importance to the nation and the world, in National Security, Energy and the Environment, Critical Infrastructures, and Health.

     

    Market Cap (intraday)

    5.85B

    Enterprise Value (Jun 26, 2011)

    6.41B

    Trailing P/E (ttm, intraday):

    9.79

    Forward P/E (fye Jan 31, 2013)

    11.03

    PEG Ratio (5 yr expected)

    1.37

    Price/Sales (ttm):

    0.53

    Price/Book (mrq):

    2.45

    Enterprise Value/Revenue (ttm)

    0.57

    Enterprise Value/EBITDA (ttm)

    5.85

     

    Income Statement

    Revenue (ttm):

    11.18B

    Revenue Per Share (ttm):

    31.31

    Gross Profit (ttm):

    1.48B

    EBITDA (ttm):

    1.10B

    Net Income Avl to Common (ttm):

    555.00M

    Diluted EPS (ttm):

    1.69

    Qtrly Earnings Growth (yoy):

    4.80%

     

    Balance Sheet

    Total Cash (mrq):

    1.28B

    Total Cash Per Share (mrq):

    3.63

    Total Debt (mrq):

    1.85B

    Total Debt/Equity (mrq):

    77.29

    Current Ratio (mrq):

    2.13

    Book Value Per Share (mrq):

    6.79

     

     

    Revenues for FY11 totaled $11.1 billion, an increase of 2 percent over FY10. Operating income was $958 million (8.6 percent of revenue), up 10 percent from $867 million (8.0 percent of revenue) in the prior fiscal year.

    Diluted earnings per share from continuing operations for the year were $1.51, up 22 percent from $1.24 in FY10. Cash flow from continuing operations was $737 million, up 19 percent from $620 million in the prior fiscal year.

    52-Week High (Apr 28, 2011) 17.65
    52Week Low (Aug 31, 2010)3:14.87
    Shares Outstanding5:353.21M
    Float: 282.01M

     

    Price Target  Summary Per Share

     

    Mean Target:

    $17.43

    Median Target:

    $18.00

    High Target:

    $20.00

    Low Target:

    $14.00

     

     

    Earnings Est. Per Share for Year Jan 2012

    Earnings Est. Average                                                                                      $1.44
    Earnings Est. Low                                                                                             $1.33
    Earnings Est. High                                                                                            $1.47                                                                                                  
    Earnings Est. Per Share for Year Jan 2013

    Earnings Est. Average                                                                                      $1.50 
    Earnings Est. Low                                                                                             $1.43 
    Earnings Est. High                                                                                            $1.57                                                                                               

    SAI has Sales Growth of 3.00%, a forecasted Earnings Growth Rate of 5.00% and good Corporate Governance.

    As the U.S moves out of the war in the Middle East, it is projected that more of the U.S security demands will be placed and outsourced to companies. SAIC is poised for greater top line growth.

    Corporate Governance Risk

     

     

    SAIC, Inc.’s Governance Risk Indicator (GRI®) as of Jun 1, 2011 is:
    Board (Low Risk),
    Audit (Low Risk), Compensation (Medium Risk), Shareholder Rights (Low Risk).


    Stocks: LDOS
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