GOODRICH PETROLEUM CORP's gross profit margin for the fourth quarter of its fiscal year 2014 has significantly decreased when compared to the same period a year ago. Sales and net income have dropped, however the growth has outpaced the average competitor within the industry.
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|Income Statement||Q4 FY14||Q4 FY13|
|Net Sales ($mil)||48.56||50.57|
|Net Income ($mil)||-225.83||-23.5|
|Balance Sheet||Q4 FY14||Q4 FY13|
|Cash & Equiv. ($mil)||0.0||101.04|
|Total Assets ($mil)||0.0||974.21|
|Total Debt ($mil)||568.63||485.53|
|Profitability||Q4 FY14||Q4 FY13|
|Gross Profit Margin||-431.94||77.0|
|Return on Assets||0.0||-9.77|
|Return on Equity||0.0||-31.91|
|Debt||Q4 FY14||Q4 FY13|
|Share Data||Q4 FY14||Q4 FY13|
|Shares outstanding (mil)||44.43||44.26|
|Div / share||0.0||0.0|
|Book value / share||0.0||8.06|
|Institutional Own %||n/a||n/a|
|Avg Daily Volume||3760808.0||3172671.0|
SELL. This stock?s P/E ratio is negative, making its value useless in the assessment of premium or discount valuation, only displaying that the company has negative earnings per share. The price-to-sales ratio is well below both the S&P 500 average and the industry average, indicating a discount.
|GDP NM||Peers 21.12||GDP 1.28||Peers 8.19|
Neutral. The absence of a valid P/E ratio happens when a stock can not be valued on the basis of a negative stream of earnings.
GDP's P/E is negative making this valuation measure meaningless.
Discount. The P/CF ratio, a stock’s price divided by the company's cash flow from operations, is useful for comparing companies with different capital requirements or financing structures.
GDP is trading at a significant discount to its peers.
|GDP NM||Peers 50.44||GDP NA||Peers 1.64|
Neutral. The absence of a valid price-to-projected earnings ratio happens when a stock can not be valued on the basis of a negative expected future earnings.
GDP's ratio is negative making this valuation measure meaningless.
Neutral. The PEG ratio is the stock’s P/E divided by the consensus estimate of long-term earnings growth. Faster growth can justify higher price multiples.
Ratio not available.
|GDP NA||Peers 11.96||GDP -187.62||Peers 43.95|
Neutral. A lower price-to-book ratio makes a stock more attractive to investors seeking stocks with lower market values per dollar of equity on the balance sheet.
Ratio not available.
Lower. Elevated earnings growth rates can lead to capital appreciation and justify higher price-to-earnings ratios.
However, GDP is expected to significantly trail its peers on the basis of its earnings growth rate.
|GDP 0.75||Peers 2.21||GDP 2.58||Peers 9.91|
Discount. In the absence of P/E and P/B multiples, the price-to-sales ratio can display the value investors are placing on each dollar of sales.
GDP is trading at a significant discount to its industry on this measurement.
Lower. A sales growth rate that trails the industry implies that a company is losing market share.
GDP significantly trails its peers on the basis of sales growth
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