GOODYEAR TIRE & RUBBER CO (GT)

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Score: 50/100
Analysis based upon 12/6/2021 closing price.
The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company is engaged in developing, manufacturing, marketing and distributing tires for various applications. Goodyear also manufactures and markets rubber-related chemicals. The Company is an operator of commercial truck service and tire retreading centers. It operates approximately 1,000 retail outlets where it offers its products for sale to consumer and commercial customers and provides repair and other services. The Company's operating segments represent its regional tire businesses: Americas; Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), and Asia Pacific. The Company manufactures and markets various lines of rubber tires for automobiles, trucks, buses, aircraft, motorcycles, earthmoving and mining equipment, farm implements, industrial equipment, and various other applications. The Company's brands include Goodyear, Fulda, Dunlop, Sava, Kelly Tires and Debica. It manufactures products in approximately 55 manufacturing facilities in over 27 countries worldwide.

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

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