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Kenneth Fisher Guru Analysis for Terex Corporation

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Assessments & Analysis Based on May 26, 2016 close price: $24.33

  for the Price/Sales Investor based on the criteria of Kenneth Fisher. Return to TEX Guru Analysis

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Peter Lynch 72%
Benjamin Graham 29%
Validea 64%
Motley Fool 15%
David Dreman 21%
Martin Zweig 54%
Kenneth Fisher 60%
James P. O'Shaughnessy 50%

Detailed Analysis

Guru Score: 60%


The prospective company should have a low Price/Sales ratio. Smokestack (cyclical) companies with a Price/Sales ratio between .4 and .8 represent good values according to this methodology. TEXpasses this test as its P/S of 0.41 Based on trailing 12 month sales, falls within the "good values" range for cyclical companies.


Less debt equals less risk according to this methodology. TEX's Debt/Equity of 98.70% is unacceptable, thus failing the test.


This methodology considers companies in the Technology and Medical sectors to be attractive if they have low Price/Research ratios. TEX is neither a Technology nor Medical company. Therefore the Price/Research ratio is not available and, hence, not much emphasis should be placed on this particular variable.

PRELIMINARY GRADE: No Interest in TEX At this Point

Is TEX a "Super Stock"? NO

Price/Sales Ratio: [PASS]

The Price/Sales ratio is the most important variable according to this methodology. The prospective company should have a low Price/Sales ratio. TEX's Price/Sales ratio of 0.41 passes this criterion.


This methodology looks for companies that have an inflation adjusted EPS growth rate greater than 15%. TEX's inflation adjusted EPS growth rate of 37.56% passes this test.


This methodology looks for companies that have a positive free cash per share. Companies should have enough free cash available to sustain three years of losses. This is based on the premise that companies without cash will soon be out of business. TEX's free cash per share of 0.76 passes this criterion.


This methodology looks for companies that have an average net profit margin of 5% or greater over a three year period. TEX's three year net profit margin, which averages 3.26%, does not pass this criterion.

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