Realty Income CorpFind Ratings Reports
REALTY INCOME CORP's gross profit margin for the second quarter of its fiscal year 2016 is essentially unchanged when compared to the same period a year ago. The company has grown its sales and net income during the past quarter when compared with the same quarter a year ago, and although its growth in net income has outpaced the industry average, its revenue growth has not.
During the same period, stockholders' equity ("net worth") has increased by 14.10% from the same quarter last year.
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|Income Statement||Q2 FY16||Q2 FY15|
|Net Sales ($mil)||271.04||253.86|
|Net Income ($mil)||75.82||66.09|
|Balance Sheet||Q2 FY16||Q2 FY15|
|Cash & Equiv. ($mil)||20.44||26.82|
|Total Assets ($mil)||12249.43||11728.31|
|Total Debt ($mil)||4947.6||5310.08|
|Profitability||Q2 FY16||Q2 FY15|
|Gross Profit Margin||51.56||53.02|
|Return on Assets||2.42||2.42|
|Return on Equity||3.96||4.27|
|Debt||Q2 FY16||Q2 FY15|
|Share Data||Q2 FY16||Q2 FY15|
|Shares outstanding (mil)||257.96||234.86|
|Div / share||0.6||0.57|
|Book value / share||26.36||25.38|
|Institutional Own %||n/a||n/a|
|Avg Daily Volume||1885806.0||2165416.0|
BUY. REALTY INCOME CORP's P/E ratio indicates a significant premium compared to an average of 50.70 for the Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) industry and a significant premium compared to the S&P 500 average of 25.07. To use another comparison, its price-to-book ratio of 2.64 indicates valuation on par with the S&P 500 average of 2.81 and a discount versus the industry average of 4.06. The price-to-sales ratio is well above both the S&P 500 average and the industry average, indicating a premium. The valuation analysis reveals that, REALTY INCOME CORP seems to be trading at a premium to investment alternatives within the industry.
|O 63.84||Peers 50.70||O NA||Peers 24.57|
Premium. A higher P/E ratio than its peers can signify a more expensive stock or higher growth expectations.
O is trading at a significant premium to its peers.
Neutral. The P/CF ratio is the stock’s price divided by the sum of the company's cash flow from operations. It is useful for comparing companies with different capital requirements or financing structures.
Ratio not available.
|O 56.12||Peers 55.83||O 23.21||Peers 5.37|
Premium. A higher price-to-projected earnings ratio than its peers can signify a more expensive stock or higher future growth expectations.
O is trading at a premium to its peers.
Premium. 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.
O trades at a significant premium to its peers.
|O 2.64||Peers 4.06||O -0.91||Peers 58.92|
Discount. 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.
O is trading at a significant discount to its peers.
Lower. Elevated earnings growth rates can lead to capital appreciation and justify higher price-to-earnings ratios.
However, O is expected to significantly trail its peers on the basis of its earnings growth rate.
|O 16.92||Peers 8.68||O 7.79||Peers 47.32|
Premium. 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.
O is trading at a significant premium to its industry.
Lower. A sales growth rate that trails the industry implies that a company is losing market share.
O significantly trails its peers on the basis of sales growth