Salesforce shares fell by -2.7% during the day's evening session, and are now trading at a price of $205.86. Is it time to buy the dip? To better answer that question, it's essential to check if the market is valuing the company's shares fairly in terms of its earnings and equity levels.
A Lower P/B Ratio Than Its Sector Average but Trades Above Its Graham Number:
Salesforce, Inc. provides Customer Relationship Management (CRM) technology that brings companies and customers together worldwide. The company belongs to the Technology sector, which has an average price to earnings (P/E) ratio of 27.16 and an average price to book (P/B) ratio of 6.23. In contrast, Salesforce has a trailing 12 month P/E ratio of 556.4 and a P/B ratio of 3.5.
Salesforce's PEG ratio is 1.37, which shows that the stock is probably overvalued in terms of its estimated growth. For reference, a PEG ratio near or below 1 is a potential signal that a company is undervalued.
Growing Revenues With Increasing Reinvestment in the Business:
|Net Income (MM)||$126||$4,072||$1,444||$208|
|Net Interest Expense (MM)||n/a||n/a||n/a||n/a|
|Depreciation & Amort. (MM)||-$2,135||-$2,846||-$3,298||-$3,786|
|Earnings Per Share||$0.15||$4.38||$1.44||$0.37|
|Diluted Shares (MM)||850||930||1,001||974|
|Free Cash Flow (MM)||$4,974||$5,511||$6,717||$7,909|
|Capital Expenditures (MM)||-$643||-$710||-$717||-$798|
|Net Current Assets (MM)||-$5,278||-$2,919||-$14,228||-$14,095|
|Long Term Debt (MM)||$2,673||$2,673||$10,592||$9,419|
|LT Debt to Equity||0.08||0.06||0.18||0.16|
Salesforce has growing revenues and increasing reinvestment in the business and exceptional EPS growth. Additionally, the company's financial statements display a pattern of improving cash flows and healthy debt levels. However, the firm suffers from slimmer gross margins than its peers and weak operating margins with a positive growth rate.