AFLAC INCORPORATED (AFL)

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Score: 91/100
Analysis based upon 7/1/2022 closing price.
Aflac Incorporated is a holding company engaged in the supplemental health and life insurance business. The Company's insurance business is marketed and administered through, American Family Life Assurance Company of Columbus (Aflac) in the United States and through Aflac Life Insurance Japan Ltd. (ALIJ) in Japan. The Company's segments include Aflac Japan and Aflac U.S. Aflac Japan is designed to help consumers pay for medical and non-medical costs that are not reimbursed under Japan's national health insurance system. It offers insurance products, such as cancer, medical, and income support insurance. Its protection products include Medical Insurance, Nursing Care Insurance, Income Support Insurance, whole life, GIFT, WAYS and Child Endowment. The Company designs the United States insurance products to provide supplemental coverage for people having medical or primary insurance coverage. Aflac U.S. products are distributed in the individual and group supplemental insurance markets.

Report Card - P/E/Growth Investor

Guru Criteria: Peter Lynch  
YIELD ADJUSTED P/E TO GROWTH (PEG) RATIO:PASS
EARNINGS PER SHARE:PASS
TOTAL DEBT/EQUITY RATIO:NEUTRAL
EQUITY/ASSETS RATIO:PASS
RETURN ON ASSETS:PASS
FREE CASH FLOW:NEUTRAL
NET CASH POSITION:NEUTRAL

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