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Asahi Concrete Works Co Ltd (TSE:5268)

703 JPY -4 JPY ( -0.57% )
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TSE:5268
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Intrinsic Value

The Intrinsic Value of one TSE:5268 stock under the Base Case scenario is 546.03 JPY . Compared to the current market price of 703 JPY, TSE:5268 stock is Overvalued by 22% .

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

5268 Intrinsic Value
Base Case
546.03 JPY
Overvaluation 22%
Intrinsic Value
Price
A
Bear Case
-34%
Base Case
-22%
Bull Case
-10%

Fundamental Analysis

5268 Profitability Score
Profitability Due Diligence

Asahi Concrete Works Co Ltd's profitability score is 43/100. The higher the profitability score, the more profitable the company is.

Negative 3-Years Revenue Growth
Low 3-Year Average ROE
Negative 1-Year Revenue Growth
Low 3-Year Average ROIC
43/100
Profitability
Score

Asahi Concrete Works Co Ltd's profitability score is 43/100. The higher the profitability score, the more profitable the company is.

5268 Solvency Score
Solvency Due Diligence

Asahi Concrete Works Co 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
Low D/E
Long-Term Liabilities
89/100
Solvency
Score

Asahi Concrete Works Co Ltd's solvency score is 89/100. The higher the solvency score, the more solvent the company is.

Wall Street
Price Targets

5268 Price Targets
Price Targets made by Wall Street

Lowest
Price Target
Not Available
Average
Price Target
Not Available
Highest
Price Target
Not Available

Competitors

Competitors Valuation
Asahi Concrete Works Co Ltd Competitors

Shareholder Return

Stock Performance
5268 Price Statistics

5268 Market
1 Week 0% +0%
6 Months +7% -11%
1 Year -15% -5%
3 Years -3% +25%
1M 1M
+0%
6M 6M
+7%
1Y 1Y
-15%
3Y 3Y
-3%
5Y 5Y
+9%

Company Profile

Asahi Concrete Works Co Ltd

Country

Japan

Industry

Construction

Market Cap

9.2B JPY

Dividend Yield

1.85%

Description

Asahi Concrete Works Co., Ltd. engages in the manufacture and sale of concrete products. The company is headquartered in Chuo-Ku, Tokyo-To and currently employs 211 full-time employees. The firm operates through two business segments. The Concrete-related business is engaged in the manufacture and sale of cement secondary products, including fume pipes, box culverts, connect halls, common gutters, electric wire gutters, tail armor, home garages, earthquake-resistant fire prevention water tanks, rainwater storage tanks, the construction work of laying products for box culverts, the purchase and sale of construction materials and materials to be attached to concrete products. Real Estate business is engaged in the leasing business of condominiums and other assets owned by the Company.

Contact

TOKYO-TO
Chuo-Ku
1-8-2, Tsukiji
+81335421201.0
http://www.asahi-concrete.co.jp/

IPO

1961-10-02

Employees

211

Officers

Pres & Representative Director
Kentaro Kano
Mngr of Accounting DeptMngr of Personnel Dept, Mngr of Tobu Properties Admin Dept & Director
Mr. Satoshi Matsubara
Managing Director and Director
Kenichi Sakamoto
Gen. Mang. of Tobu-Tohoku Branch, Mang. of Tobu Production Department and Director
Naoki Yamanaka

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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.