Factor Report

Data as of market close on 7/1/2022.

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: $14.09 Market Cap ($ mil): $722 Sector: Financial Industry: Regional Banks 52 Week High: $15.45 52 Week Low: $12.99 Relative Strength: 74 Twelve Minus One Return: -1.4% Standard Deviation: 34.7%
PE Ratio: 13.8 Price/Sales: 3.4 Price/Book: 1.1 Price/Cash Flow: 12.8 EV/EBITDA: 8.92 Yield: 1.99% Shareholder Yield: 4.73% F Score: 6 G Score: 4
Return on Equity: 7.6% Return on Assets: 1.1% Return on Tangible Capital: N/A Return on Invested Capital: 0.0% WACC: 5.3% Debt/Equity: 0.05 LT EPS Growth: 61.0% LT Sales Growth: 11.3% Beta: 0.72
HarborOne Bancorp, Inc. is the holding company of HarborOne Bank (the Bank) and its subsidiaries. The Company operates through two segments: HarborOne Bank and HarborOne Mortgage. The HarborOne Bank segment consists primarily of interest earned on loans and investment securities and service charges on deposit accounts. The HarborOne Mortgage segment is comprised of interest earned on loans and fees received as a result of the residential mortgage origination, sale and servicing process. The residential real estate portfolio loans are originated by HarborOne Mortgage segment and purchased by the Bank. The Company provides a range of financial services to individuals and businesses through approximately 27 full-service branches in Massachusetts and Rhode Island, and commercial lending offices in each of Boston, Massachusetts and Providence, Rhode Island. HarborOne Mortgage maintains more than 30 offices in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, and Maine.

Factor Profile

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

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