Virtu Financial, Inc. - (VIRT): Price and Financial Metrics
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VIRT POWR Grades
- Momentum is the dimension where VIRT ranks best; there it ranks ahead of 81.21% of US stocks.
- The strongest trend for VIRT is in Growth, which has been heading down over the past 48 weeks.
- VIRT's current lowest rank is in the Growth metric (where it is better than 1.56% of US stocks).
VIRT Stock Summary
- With a price/earnings ratio of 8.4, Virtu Financial Inc P/E ratio is greater than that of about just 15.97% of stocks in our set with positive earnings.
- The ratio of debt to operating expenses for Virtu Financial Inc is higher than it is for about 93.5% of US stocks.
- VIRT's equity multiplier -- a measure of assets relative to shareholders'equity -- is greater than that of 83.27% of US stocks.
- If you're looking for stocks that are quantitatively similar to Virtu Financial Inc, a group of peers worth examining would be CTT, MOS, STRL, BHTG, and WEN.
- Visit VIRT's SEC page to see the company's official filings. To visit the company's web site, go to www.virtu.com.
VIRT Valuation Summary
- VIRT's price/sales ratio is 1.6; this is 33.33% higher than that of the median Financial Services stock.
- VIRT's price/sales ratio has moved down 2.6 over the prior 77 months.
- VIRT's EV/EBIT ratio has moved down 7 over the prior 77 months.
Below are key valuation metrics over time for VIRT.
VIRT'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.
- VIRT has a Quality Grade of C, ranking ahead of 46.27% of graded US stocks.
- VIRT's asset turnover comes in at 0.285 -- ranking 72nd of 456 Trading stocks.
- CPT, GLAD, and AKR are the stocks whose asset turnover ratios are most correlated with VIRT.
The table below shows VIRT's key quality metrics over time.
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VIRT Price/Volume Stats
|Current price||$24.03||52-week high||$32.35|
|Prev. close||$23.84||52-week low||$21.03|
|Day high||$24.15||Avg. volume||1,512,137|
|50-day MA||$25.15||Dividend yield||4%|
|200-day MA||$27.38||Market Cap||4.50B|
Virtu Financial, Inc. - (VIRT) Company Bio
Virtu Financial, Inc. engages in the provision of market making and liquidity services. It operates through the following segments: Market Making, Execution Services and Corporate. The Market Making segment engages in buying and selling of securities and other financial instruments. The Execution Services segment agency offers trading venues that provide transparent trading in global equities, ETFs, and fixed income to institutions, banks and broker dealers. The Corporate segment consists of investments in strategic financial services-oriented opportunities and maintains corporate overhead expenses and all other income and expenses that are not attributable to the other segments. The company was founded by Vincent J. Viola and Douglas Cifu in 2008 and is headquartered in New York, NY.
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The SEC chief tells Barron’s that the current trading regime has too many “inherent conflicts of interest” that are putting investors at a disadvantage.
"The idea of banning payment for order flow is pretty draconian," Robinhood's legal chief said.
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