LendingTree, Inc. (TREE): Price and Financial Metrics
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TREE POWR Grades
- TREE scores best on the Value dimension, with a Value rank ahead of 97.77% of US stocks.
- TREE's strongest trending metric is Momentum; it's been moving down over the last 177 days.
- TREE ranks lowest in Growth; there it ranks in the 2nd percentile.
TREE Stock Summary
- TREE's price/sales ratio is 0.29; that's higher than the P/S ratio of only 9.45% of US stocks.
- Over the past twelve months, TREE has reported earnings growth of 192.07%, putting it ahead of 91.35% of US stocks in our set.
- In terms of volatility of its share price, TREE is more volatile than 92.84% of stocks we're observing.
- If you're looking for stocks that are quantitatively similar to LENDINGTREE INC, a group of peers worth examining would be VEEE, DGLY, TCMD, PLXP, and CCF.
- TREE's SEC filings can be seen here. And to visit LENDINGTREE INC's official web site, go to www.lendingtree.com.
TREE Valuation Summary
- TREE's EV/EBIT ratio is 12.7; this is 30.93% higher than that of the median Financial Services stock.
- TREE's price/earnings ratio has moved up 13.6 over the prior 172 months.
Below are key valuation metrics over time for TREE.
TREE Growth Metrics
- The 2 year net income to common stockholders growth rate now stands at 19.85%.
- The 2 year cash and equivalents growth rate now stands at 283.58%.
- Its 5 year net cashflow from operations growth rate is now at 515.34%.
The table below shows TREE's growth in key financial areas (numbers in millions of US dollars).
|Date||Revenue||Operating Cash Flow||Net Income to Common Stock|
TREE's Quality FactorsThe “Quality” component of the POWR Ratings focuses on 31 different factors of a companies fundamentals and operational strength. Here are some key insights as we drill into the specifics of these quality attributes.
- TREE has a Quality Grade of C, ranking ahead of 72.26% of graded US stocks.
- TREE's asset turnover comes in at 0.853 -- ranking 3rd of 428 Banking stocks.
- SYBT, CVBF, and SMMF are the stocks whose asset turnover ratios are most correlated with TREE.
The table below shows TREE's key quality metrics over time.
|Period||Asset Turnover||Gross Margin||ROIC|
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TREE Price/Volume Stats
|Current price||$24.64||52-week high||$164.69|
|Prev. close||$25.17||52-week low||$23.82|
|Day high||$26.01||Avg. volume||239,336|
|50-day MA||$37.09||Dividend yield||N/A|
|200-day MA||$79.39||Market Cap||314.55M|
LendingTree, Inc. (TREE) Company Bio
LendingTree operates an online marketplace which provides consumers with access to lenders offering home loans, home equity loans/lines of credit, personal loans, auto loans, student loans and more. The company was founded in 2008 and is based in Charlotte, North Carolina.
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