Factor Report

Data as of market close on 11/25/2022.

Validea's factor report analyzes any stock using the major investing factors, including value, quality, momentum, and low volatility.
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Latest Close: $75.19 Market Cap ($ mil): $19,961 Sector: Financial Industry: Insurance (Prop. & Casualty) 52 Week High: $76.06 52 Week Low: $49.41 Relative Strength: 94 Twelve Minus One Return: -16.2% Standard Deviation: 38.9%
PE Ratio: 17.6 Price/Sales: 1.9 Price/Book: 3.2 Price/Cash Flow: 14.6 EV/EBITDA: 12.27 Yield: 0.53% Shareholder Yield: 1.29% F Score: 7 G Score: 6
Return on Equity: 19.9% Return on Assets: 4.0% Return on Tangible Capital: N/A Return on Invested Capital: 14.1% WACC: 5.0% Debt/Equity: 0.45 LT EPS Growth: 27.4% LT Sales Growth: 5.5% Beta: 0.64
W. R. Berkley Corporation is an insurance holding company, which is a commercial lines writer in the United States. The Company operates in two segments of the property casualty insurance business. Insurance segment is engaged in a predominantly commercial insurance business, including excess and surplus lines, admitted lines and specialty personal lines throughout the United States, as well as insurance business in the United Kingdom, Continental Europe, South America, Canada, Mexico, Scandinavia, Asia and Australia. Reinsurance & Monoline Excess segment is engaged in reinsurance business on a facultative and treaty basis, primarily in the United States, the United Kingdom, Continental Europe, Australia, the Asia-Pacific region and South Africa, as well as operations that solely retain risk on an excess basis. The segment consists of business units, including Berkley Re America, Berkley Re Asia Pacific, Berkley Re Solutions, Berkley Re UK and Midwest Employers Casualty.

Factor Profile

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

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