How is NVR, Inc. (NYSE:NVR) managing its expenses and how are they impacting profitability? A lo0k at the company’s financial scorecard for the last fiscal year shows it posted gross margin of 19.40% and operating margin of 11.90%. Net profit margin profit on the other hands came to 7.80%.
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These led NVR, Inc. to book EPS of $113.41. In terms of short-term earnings outlook, EPS for the current year is expected to move 15.10% from last year’s EPS, and the coming year’s EPS is expected to grow 17.63%.
The long-term earnings outlook indicates EPS will grow 35.10%% over the next five years compared to 15.10% growth for the prior five years.
For the topline, sales grew 16.90% in the past five years.
That said, investors would do well to remember that NVR, Inc. posted PEG of 1.30, while P/S and P/Free Cash Flow for the trailing 12 months are P/S 1.40 and P/Free Cash Flow 14.83, respectively.
For the most recent quarter, the company’s P/B and P/Cash were 5.87 and 17.00, respectively.
In terms of stock movements, shares of NVR, Inc. have registered 52-week high of $-1.67% and 52-week low of $51.06%. Over the last 50 days, the stock has touched a high of $-1.67% and a low of $13.10%.
As for the averages, NVR, Inc. has 20-Day Simple Moving Average of $3.94%, 50-Day Simple Moving Average of $6.19% and 200-Day Simple Moving Average of $24.57%.
The stock’s average volume is 26.29K while its relative volume is 1.23.
Though stock is trading at $2232.67, analysts on the average predict it that it will be at $2143.33 in the next 12 months. The stock’s weekly vitality is 1.29% and its monthly volatility is 1.97%. Its Average True Range on the other hands is cited at 39.45.