AMR Factor Report

Data as of market close on: 1/27/2023.

Fundamental analysis of AMR using the major investing factors, including value, quality, momentum, and low volatility.
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Latest Close: $165.07 Market Cap ($ mil): $2,632 Sector: Energy Industry: Coal 52 Week High: $180.80 52 Week Low: $59.22 Relative Strength: 98 Twelve Minus One Return: 126.4% Standard Deviation: 73.1%
PE Ratio: 2.1 Price/Sales: 0.6 Price/Book: 2.0 Price/Cash Flow: 1.6 EV/EBITDA: 1.43 Yield: 1.01% Shareholder Yield: 17.85% F Score: 7 G Score: 2
Return on Equity: 183.1% Return on Assets: 75.4% Return on Tangible Capital: 88.8% Return on Invested Capital: 185.9% WACC: 9.8% Debt/Equity: 0.00 LT EPS Growth: 21.3% LT Sales Growth: 7.8% Beta: 1.31
Alpha Metallurgical Resources, Inc. is a mining company with operations across Virginia and West Virginia. The Company is principally engaged in supplying metallurgical products to the steel industry. The Company extracts, processes and markets met and thermal coal from deep and surface mines for sale to steel and coke producers, industrial customers, and electric utilities. The Company operates in one reportable segment: Met, which consists of five active mines and two preparation plants in Virginia, fourteen active mines and five preparation plants in West Virginia, as well as expenses associated with certain closed mines. The Met segment operations consist of met coal mines, including Deep Mine 41, Road Fork 52, Black Eagle, and Lynn Branch. The coal produced by its Met segment operations is predominantly met coal with some amounts of thermal coal being produced as a byproduct of mining. It conducts mining operations only in the United States with mines in Central Appalachia.

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AMR's exposure to the major factors (100 is highest).

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