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29.91 -1.26    -4.04%
28/02 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type:  Equity
Market:  Peru
ISIN:  US6516391066 
S/N:  NEM
  • Volume: 51,495
  • Bid/Ask: 0.00 / 0.00
  • Day's Range: 29.91 - 29.94
Newmont Goldcorp 29.91 -1.26 -4.04%

NEM Ratios

 
Assess the performance of Newmont Goldcorp (NEM). This table contains core financial ratios such as Price-to-Earnings (P/E ratio), Return-On-Investment (ROI), Earnings per share (EPS), Dividend yield and others based on Newmont Goldcorp Corp's latest financial reports. Compare the performance metrics of Newmont Goldcorp (NEM) against the industry averages.
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Name Company Industry
   
P/E Ratio TTM -13.77 52.63
Price to Sales TTM 2.92 3.53
Price to Cash Flow MRQ 12.46 10.53
Price to Free Cash Flow TTM 355.03 28.97
Price to Book MRQ 1.19 4.39
Price to Tangible Book MRQ 1.32 1.13
   
Profitability: TTM vs 5 Year Average Margins
 TTM (%)
 5 Year Avg. (%)
Gross margin TTM 30.31% 41.64
Gross Margin 5YA 43.24% 43.76
Operating margin TTM 6.48% 27.16
Operating margin 5YA 17.97% 29.19
Pretax margin TTM -16.15% 24.94
Pretax margin 5YA 16.43% 27.83
Net Profit margin TTM -20.95% 12.43
Net Profit margin 5YA 10.06% 17.23
   
Revenue/Share TTM 10.25 12.76
Basic EPS ANN -2.94 1.75
Diluted EPS ANN -2.94 1.75
Book Value/Share MRQ 25.2 14.31
Tangible Book Value/Share MRQ 22.6 10.52
Cash/Share MRQ 2.6 2.56
Cash Flow/Share TTM 2.4 4.33
   
Management Effectiveness: TTM vs 5 Year Average Margins
 TTM (%)
 5 Year Avg. (%)
Return on Equity TTM -10.33% 18.63
Return on Equity 5YA 6.18% 22.57
Return on Assets TTM -5.21% 8.12
Return on Assets 5YA 3.09% 8.71
Return on Investment TTM 1.85% 16.52
Return on Investment 5YA 5.71% 15.25
   
EPS(MRQ) vs Qtr. 1 Yr. Ago MRQ -72.54% -11.05
EPS(TTM) vs TTM 1 Yr. Ago TTM -444.68% 404.07
5 Year EPS Growth 5YA 0% 9.84
Sales (MRQ) vs Qtr. 1 Yr. Ago MRQ 23.66% -0.36
Sales (TTM) vs TTM 1 Yr. Ago TTM -0.86% -3.21
5 Year Sales Growth 5YA 10.25% 9.18
5 Year Capital Spending Growth 5YA 20.9% 6.59
   
Quick Ratio MRQ 0.63 1.56
Current Ratio MRQ 1.25 2.55
LT Debt to Equity MRQ 23.93% 41.81
Total Debt to Equity MRQ 32.49% 47.57
Efficiency    
Asset Turnover TTM 0.25 0.46
Inventory Turnover TTM 3.75 4.62
Revenue/Employee TTM - 146.21K
Net Income/Employee TTM - -1.40K
Receivable Turnover TTM 38.99 24.17
   
Dividend Yield ANN 3.81% 6.39
Dividend Yield 5 Year Avg. 5YA 3.11% 8.23
Dividend Growth Rate ANN -54.55% 21.08
Payout Ratio TTM -57.17% 159.53
TTM = Trailing Twelve Months  5YA = 5-Year Average  MRQ = Most Recent Quarter
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Gaurav Dharewal
Gaurav Dharewal Feb 27, 2024 3:35PM ET
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Time to hedge... Thoughts?
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Picaso_Fish Feb 27, 2024 3:35PM ET
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sorry 1.14 million payout on march 1st going to 28 million on march 15
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Picaso_Fish Feb 27, 2024 3:35PM ET
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look... in my experience this an ball underwater situation.... I don't think the big banks will want to pay out 28 million so... probably stock goes up before then. If you had the exchange data you would have seen the stock up in the pre- market only to sell off 1% on the market open on almost no volume. ( i bought more here at 29.50ish ) My interpretation is that a) an institution had an block sell order in the morning so they tried to manipulate the market higher in the pre-market hoping to entice traders to buy the stock to fill their large block order. There was not sufficient liquidy to fill the sell order so they canceled it to fill it later?? and the stock rallied higher on flat gold prices and an falling snp 500. OR B) Dealers are trying to manipulate the stock higher so they don't have to pay out the derivatives traders. You can see signs for this in this in the price action.... look at what happens in the pre market and post market close on low volume.
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look... in my experience this an ball underwater situation.... I don't think the big banks will want to pay out 28 million so... probably stock goes up before then. If you had the exchange data you would have seen the stock up in the pre- market only to sell off 1% on the market open on almost no volume. ( i bought more here at 29.50ish ) My interpretation is that a) an institution had an block sell order in the morning so they tried to manipulate the market higher in the pre-market hoping to entice traders to buy the stock to fill their large block order.
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or b) Banks simply want to push nem higher on light volume patches such as pre market and in the pits after the close. They can't really push the stock 3-4 dollars higher to avoid even an 28 million $$ payout all they can do is nudge it higher in times with low volume. From memory most of the shareholder base is institutional or passive holders something like over 92%.... so the price action is mostly from large block orders not retailers.... these guys can't sell their positions in 1 day. Now based off the short interest data you have some cta technical types shorting nem into x-date. Which I think is not smart, but you know I can't make this stuff up.
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Gaurav Dharewal 18 hours ago
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picaso. i see what you are saying. makes sense.
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Picaso_Fish Feb 26, 2024 9:41PM ET
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conscious is long here :O no one is buying puts... Umm not sure what to make of that
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Picaso_Fish Feb 26, 2024 4:11PM ET
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so... today i am short gld... physical gold and long nem. I change things around an lot though
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Picaso_Fish Feb 26, 2024 3:52PM ET
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fyi -- i like th3 company....don't know that I like where gold prices are headed
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Picaso_Fish Feb 26, 2024 3:47PM ET
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I think their were some large block sell orders from institutions that take an few days to clear... March 8th I think is the xdate for the dividend. My guess is this stock bottoms before then.
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Gaurav Dharewal Feb 26, 2024 2:48PM ET
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It comes up a few cents to balance the RSI and then gets back to following the trend.
longs only
longs only Feb 26, 2024 2:47PM ET
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Is it going to bancrupt?
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Gaurav Dharewal Feb 26, 2024 2:47PM ET
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HAHAHA
Triton Lux
Triton Lux Feb 26, 2024 1:47PM ET
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This is beyond ridiculous…
Gaurav Dharewal
Gaurav Dharewal Feb 26, 2024 1:47PM ET
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🤦🤷
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Gaurav Dharewal Feb 26, 2024 1:47PM ET
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the gates to $25 have opened now
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Gaurav Dharewal Feb 26, 2024 12:31PM ET
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$30 breached
Sofiya Litski
Sofiya Litski Feb 26, 2024 12:31PM ET
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crazy. btc really so much better than good ol gold? wow
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Picaso_Fish Feb 22, 2024 10:39PM ET
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Things have been going badly at Newmont, but managment is guiding positive saying things will INFLECT. If they choke in the next earnings release near the end of MAY sell everything.
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Gaurav Dharewal Feb 22, 2024 10:39PM ET
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To be honest, it will be very difficult for the stock to recover in 24. Their projections are mediocre to begin with. I think it is only if they can perform continuously for 3-4 quarters without any additional one time costs due to mergers, will they be able to gain back people's confidence
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Well, I don't know why it ever got up to 70+ per share ..... I'll be satisfied if it goes up to 36... I can sell at 34 or 35 profitably
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Picaso_Fish Feb 22, 2024 10:39PM ET
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Gaurav Dharewal I don't know why it got to 70 - 80 per share in the first place.... But 36 or 40 in 12 months I think is plausable
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Gaurav Dharewal Feb 22, 2024 10:39PM ET
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agreed
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Gaurav Dharewal Feb 22, 2024 10:39PM ET
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also we need to keep in mind that people get a higher interest rate return today. but once the interest rate normalizes, the charm for high dividend stocks will return
 
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