Example US Portfolio

Portfolio Analysis

Market Value

US$111.62k

Holdings

7

Data Sources

Market Data + Simply Wall St

Executive Summary

Example US Portfolio is a USD portfolio that has returned 13.00% annually since inception.

Portfolio Snowflake

Fundamentals

A past performer with growth potential.


Returns since Inception

90.37%

Capital Gain

US$61.31k

14.20%

Dividend Income

US$9.64k

104.57%

Total Return

US$70.95k

Holdings (7)

XOMUS$69.66
Exxon Mobil
1.81%7 Day
1.3%Total
LiquidatedHolding

Returns

Portfolio volatility and the main contributors to returns

1.007

Portfolio Beta / Volatility


Portfolio Volatility vs Market

Example US Portfolio
AAPL
MSFT
FB
JNJ
VZ
IBM
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Market Avg

Historical Portfolio Value


Contributors to Returns

Diversification

The Portfolio diversification across companies and industries


Diversification By Company


Diversification Across Industries

Valuation

The value of the Portfolio based on future cash flows (where available) and price relative to the market

28.46x

Price Based on Earnings (PE)


Intrinsic Value based on Free Cash Flows

21.1%UndervaluedCurrent PriceUS$111,619.08Fair ValueUS$141,434.4820% UndervaluedAbout Right20% Overvalued

Price Based on Earnings

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PE Ratio
portfolio28.5x
market18.5x

Price Based on Expected Growth

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PEG Ratio
portfolio2.8x
market1.5x

Price Based on Value of Assets

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PB Ratio
portfolio9.9x
market1.8x

Future Growth

The expected growth in revenue and earnings over the next 1 to 3 years

12.20%

Expected Annual Earnings Growth


Future Annual Growth Analysis

futureaverage12.2%pastaverage13.3%marketaverage14.2%

earnings growth

futureaverage8.9%pastaverage12.1%marketaverage7.4%

revenue growth

Past Peformance

The average performance ratios and growth over the past 5 years

13.59%

Historical Annual Earnings Growth


Return on Equity

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ROE
portfolio34.4%
market10.5%

Return on Assets

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ROA
portfolio13.6%
market4.3%

Return on Capital Employed

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ROCE
portfolio21.8%

Financial Health

The average Portfolio debt to equity ratio ignoring financial institutions

76.85%

Portfolio Debt to Equity


Portfolio Debt Level

Dividends

The average annual dividend yield and top payers

1.38%

Equivalent to US$1,544 per year


List of Dividend Payers

CompanyAnnual YieldAnnual Contribution
International Business Machines4.8%US$324
Verizon Communications4.0%US$246
Johnson & Johnson2.7%US$380
Microsoft1.3%US$204
Apple1.2%US$151
Visa0.7%US$240

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