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Peter Lynch Guru Analysis for Copa Holdings, S.A.

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Assessments & Analysis Based on March 31, 2015 close price: $100.97

  for the P/E/Growth Investor based on the criteria of Peter Lynch. Return to CPA Guru Analysis

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Peter Lynch 0%
Benjamin Graham 57%
Validea 0%
Motley Fool 15%
David Dreman 43%
Martin Zweig 31%
Kenneth Fisher 20%
James P. O'Shaughnessy 40%



Detailed Analysis

Guru Score: 0%


Determine the Classification:

According to this methodology, CPA is a "Slow Grower", based on its single digit earnings growth of 8.4833%, Based on the average of the 3, 4 and 5 year historical EPS growth rates.


SALES: [PASS]

CPA would fall into the "Dividend Payers" category according to this methodology. The first requirement of a Slow Grower is that its sales exceed one billion. CPA's sales are $2,722 million. It passes the test.


Inventory To Sales: [PASS]

When inventories increase faster than sales, it is a red flag. However an increase of up to 5% is considered bearable if all other ratios appear attractive. Inventory to sales for CPA was 2.18% last year, while for this year it is 2.18%. Since inventory to sales has not changed appreciably, CPA passes this test.


YIELD COMPARED TO THE S&P 500: [FAIL]

This methodology also maintains that the Yield of a "Slow Grower" should be high, which includes being higher than the S&P average (currently 2.19%). The yield for CPA is not available, which means this criterion cannot be analyzed.


YIELD ADJUSTED P/E/GROWTH (PEG) RATIO: [FAIL]

This methodology would consider the Yield-adjusted P/E/G ratio for CPA of 1.02, Based on the average of the 3, 4 and 5 year historical EPS growth rates, to be unacceptable. This criteria is the most important one in the methodology and a failure of it will automatically result in a 0% score for the overall analysis.


Total Debt/Equity Ratio: [PASS]

This methodology would consider the Debt/Equity ratio for CPA (53.8%) to be mediocre. If the Debt/Equity ratio is this high, the other ratios and financial statistics for CPA should be good enough to compensate.

 
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