Mattel offers dolls and accessories, vehicles and play sets, and games and puzzles under the Mattel Girls & Boys brands, including Barbie, Monster High, Disney Classics, Ever After High, Little Mommy, Polly Pocket, Hot Wheels, Matchbox, CARS, Disney Planes, BOOMco, Radica, Toy Story, Max Steel, WWE Wrestling, and Batman. The company was founded in 1945 and is based in El Segundo, California.
MAT Price Forecast Based on DCF Valuation
DCF Fair Value Target:
We started the process of determining a valid price forecast for Mattel Inc with a discounted cash flow analysis -- the results of which can be found in the table below. To summarize, we found that Mattel Inc ranked in the 2th percentile in terms of potential gain offered. Our DCF analysis suggests the stock is overvalued by about 99%. As for the metrics that stood out in our discounted cash flow analysis of Mattel Inc, consider:
The company's compound free cash flow growth rate over the past 5.78 years comes in at -0.32%; that's greater than just 5.11% of US stocks we're applying DCF forecasting to.
Mattel Inc's interest coverage rate -- a measure of gross earnings relative to interest payments -- comes in at 0.1. This coverage rate is greater than that of only 23.71% of stocks we're observing for the purpose of forecasting via discounted cash flows.
As a business, Mattel Inc experienced a tax rate of about 77% over the past twelve months; relative to its sector (Consumer Cyclical), this tax rate is higher than 96.81% of stocks generating free cash flow.
Terminal Growth Rate in Free Cash Flow
Return Relative to Current Share Price
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Mattel, Inc. (NASDAQ: MAT) today announced that it plans to release its second quarter 2020 financial results on Thursday, July 23, 2020, at approximately 4:05 p.m. Eastern time. Following this, Mattel will host a conference call and webcast at 5:00 p.m. Eastern time.
Filed under: Lifestyle , Living , Living It’s the early ‘90s and Barbie is at her peak popularity. But her boyfriend is a bit bland, a true dork best known for wearing satin tuxedos. Simply put, Ken isn’t cool — and Mattel isn’t having it. But before giving Ken the boot, the toy giant decides to survey a gaggle of children on what’s cool, hoping to save Barbie’s dwindling leading man. The children’s answers, likely informed by media (some would later cite Madonna’s background dancers ) and club-culture trends , inspire Ken’s new look and what would become an infamous nightmare for Mattel. The doll was called Earring Magic Ken , which is the absolute best name for an accidentally gay doll. And he is every ’90s queer stereotype in a chiseled hunk of plastic. While clueless moms picked up ...