Factor Report

Data as of market close on 8/10/2022.

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: $556.13 Market Cap ($ mil): $7,186 Sector: Financial Industry: Consumer Financial Services 52 Week High: $703.26 52 Week Low: $452.48 Relative Strength: 72 Twelve Minus One Return: -9.0% Standard Deviation: 51.7%
PE Ratio: 10.4 Price/Sales: 3.9 Price/Book: 4.8 Price/Cash Flow: 8.8 EV/EBITDA: 9.77 Yield: N/A Shareholder Yield: 7.37% F Score: 6 G Score: 5
Return on Equity: 40.3% Return on Assets: 10.7% Return on Tangible Capital: N/A Return on Invested Capital: 13.8% WACC: 6.2% Debt/Equity: 3.15 LT EPS Growth: 20.7% LT Sales Growth: 13.5% Beta: 1.34
Credit Acceptance Corporation is engaged in offering financing programs that enable automobile dealers to sell vehicles to consumers. The Company's financing programs are offered through a network of automobile dealers. The Company offers two financing programs: the Portfolio Program and the Purchase Program. Under the Portfolio Program, the Company advances money to dealers, which is referred to as dealer loan in exchange for the right to service the underlying consumer Loans. Under the Purchase Program, the Company buys the consumer loans from the dealers, which is referred to as a purchased loan and keeps all amounts collected from the consumer. Its target market consists of approximately 60,000 independent and franchised automobile dealers in the United States. The Company has market area managers located throughout the United States that market its programs to dealers, enroll new dealers, and support active dealers.

Factor Profile

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

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