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Mitsuboshi Belting Ltd (TSE:5192)

2 759 JPY +84 JPY ( +3.14% )
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5192 Intrinsic Value

The intrinsic value of one 5192 stock under the Base Case scenario is 2 810.82 JPY. Compared to the current market price of 2 759 JPY, 5192 stock is Undervalued by 2%.

The Intrinsic Value is calculated as the average of the two valuation methods:

5192 Intrinsic Value
Base Case
2 810.82 JPY
Undervaluation 2%
Intrinsic Value
Price
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Bear Case
Base Case
Bull Case

Fundamental Analysis

5192 Profitability Score
Profitability Due Diligence

Mitsuboshi Belting Ltd's profitability score is 51/100. The higher the profitability score, the more profitable the company is.

Positive 3-Year Average ROE
Positive 3-Year Average ROIC
Positive Net Income
Positive ROE
51/100
Profitability
Score

Mitsuboshi Belting Ltd's profitability score is 51/100. The higher the profitability score, the more profitable the company is.

5192 Solvency Score
Solvency Due Diligence

Mitsuboshi Belting Ltd's solvency score is 89/100. The higher the solvency score, the more solvent the company is.

High Altman Z-Score
Short-Term Liabilities
Long-Term Liabilities
Low D/E
89/100
Solvency
Score

Mitsuboshi Belting Ltd's solvency score is 89/100. The higher the solvency score, the more solvent the company is.

Wall Street
Price Targets

5192 Price Targets
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Competitors

Competitors Valuation
Mitsuboshi Belting Ltd Competitors

Shareholder Return

Stock Performance
5192 Price Statistics

5192 Market
1 Week +6% +1%
6 Months +38% -10%
1 Year +57% -6%
3 Years +48% +26%
1M 1M
+39%
6M 6M
+38%
1Y 1Y
+57%
3Y 3Y
+48%
5Y 5Y
+36%

Company Profile

Mitsuboshi Belting Ltd

Country

Japan

Industry

Machinery

Market Cap

79.4B JPY

Dividend Yield

8.46%

Description

Mitsuboshi Belting Ltd. engages in the manufacture and sale of industrial rubber belts. The company is headquartered in Kobe, Hyogo-Ken and currently employs 4,271 full-time employees. The firm operates in three business segments along with its subsidiaries. The Domestic Belts segment manufactures and sells belts for automobiles, general industry and transportation use in domestic market. The Overseas Belts segment manufactures and sells belts for automobiles, general industry, office automation (OA) equipment and other use in overseas markets. The Construction Materials segment manufactures and sells waterproof sheets for construction and civil engineering use and related products. The firm also involves in the provision of equipment and machinery, third-party products, engineering structural forms and related services.

Contact

HYOGO-KEN
Kobe
4-1-21, Hamazoe-dori, Nagata-ku
+81786715071.0
https://www.mitsuboshi.com/

IPO

1958-07-01

Employees

4 271

Officers

Chairman
Mr. Hajime Kakiuchi
Pres, Exec. Officer & Director
Hiroshi Ikeda
Standing Corp. Auditor and GM of Fin. & GM of Management Support Promotion
Kenkichi Masuda
Sr. Managing Exec. Officer & Director
Mr. Yoshio Yamaguchi
Head of Industrial Material Production Control
Norio Kumano
Managing Exec. Officer & Director
Keiji Mataba
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Vice-Sr. Managing Exec. Officer
Shinji Kuramoto
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FAQ

What is intrinsic value?

Intrinsic value is a fundamental, objective value that is based on the company's financials (such as revenue, net income, cash, debt, etc.). Where market price tells you the price other people are willing to pay, intrinsic value shows you the stock's value based on an analysis of its actual financial performance.

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How is intrinsic value calculated?

To calculate the intrinsic value of a stock, we use two valuation methods: DCF Valuation and Relative Valuation. We take the average of these two methods to estimate the intrinsic value as accurately as possible.

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What are valuation scenarios?

There is a lot of uncertainty in the world. And all of this uncertainty creeps into the calculation of the company's intrinsic value.

The true intrinsic value lies somewhere between the bear case and bull case scenarios. Knowing the full range of possible stock intrinsic values gives a complete picture of the investment risks and opportunities.