CMS ENERGY CORPORATION (CMS)

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Score: 50/100
Analysis based upon 11/28/2022 closing price.
CMS Energy Corporation is an energy company operating primarily in Michigan. The Company manages its businesses by the nature of services each provides, and operates principally in three segments: Electric Utility, Gas Utility, and Enterprises. The Electric Utility segment consisting of regulated activities associated with the generation, purchase, distribution, and sale of electricity in Michigan. The Gas Utility segment consisting of regulated activities associated with the purchase, transmission, storage, distribution, and sale of natural gas in Michigan. The Enterprises segment consisting of various subsidiaries engaging in domestic independent power production, including the development and operation of renewable generation, and the marketing of independent power production. The Company's wholly owned subsidiary, CMS Enterprises Company, is engaged in the development and operation of renewable generation, and the marketing of independent power production.

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Guru Criteria: David Dreman  
MARKET CAP:PASS
EARNINGS TREND:PASS
EPS GROWTH RATE IN THE IMMEDIATE PAST AND FUTURE:FAIL
P/E RATIO:FAIL
PRICE/CASH FLOW (P/CF) RATIO:FAIL
PRICE/BOOK (P/B) VALUE:FAIL
PRICE/DIVIDEND (P/D) RATIO:FAIL
CURRENT RATIO:PASS
PAYOUT RATIO:PASS
RETURN ON EQUITY:FAIL
PRE-TAX PROFIT MARGINS:PASS
YIELD:FAIL
LOOK AT THE TOTAL DEBT/EQUITY:FAIL

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