CINCINNATI FINANCIAL CORPORATION (CINF)

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Score: 74/100
Analysis based upon 6/29/2022 closing price.
Cincinnati Financial Corporation is engaged in the business of property casualty insurance, which markets through independent insurance agencies in approximately 46 states. The Company's subsidiaries include The Cincinnati Insurance Company, Cincinnati Global Underwriting Ltd.SM, CSU Producer Resources Inc. and CFC Investment Company. It has five segments. Its Commercial Lines Insurance segment includes five commercial business lines, including commercial casualty, commercial property, commercial auto, workers' compensation and other commercial lines. Its Personal lines insurance segment includes three business lines, personal auto, homeowner and other personal lines. Its Excess and Surplus Lines Insurance Segment includes commercial casualty and commercial property. Its Life Insurance segment includes term life insurance, worksite products, whole life insurance and universal life insurance. Its Investments segment invests in fixed-maturity investments and equity investments.

Report Card - P/E/Growth Investor

Guru Criteria: Peter Lynch  
P/E/GROWTH RATIO:PASS
SALES AND P/E RATIO:PASS
EPS GROWTH RATE:FAIL
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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