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Quick news at $PBR+0.9%! 👇🤌

PBR
$16.68 $0.16 +0.94%
1 Day
+0.01%
5 Days
+0.23%
1 Month
+10.29%
6 Months
+20.91%
YTD
+9.88%
1 Year
+50.38%
5 Years
+8.25%
Max.
+145.53%

Capital Structure

Market Cap
113.20B
Enterpr. Val.
163.52B
Revenue
105.47B
Shares Out.
6.52B
Debt/Capital
0.44
FCF Yield
28.18%

Valuation / Dividends

P/E
4.21
EPS
4.12
P/S
1.09
P/B
1.48
Div. Yield
16.46%
Div. Payout
71.69%

Capital Eff. / Margins

ROIC
16.90%
ROE
35.51%
ROA
13.12%
Gross
51.10%
Operating
38.71%
Net Profit
25.48%
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Y'all know that $PBR+0.9% is kind of my heartthrob, so I'm going to throw a little update on it here. Since the election, the company's valuation has dropped quite a bit because of the growing fear of political influence, which makes sense. But it has rebounded a bit in the last few days.

Ex-dividend date is behind us, so we're just waiting for the May 26 payout to come 🤑🤑.

Just a quick recap of the indicators:

PBR stock ratios, such as price to earnings ratio, which is 0.52 for the past year. Similarly, the price to free cash flow ratio for the last twelve months is 28.98. PBR's price to book value ratio for the last quarter was 1.01, which implies that the price to cash per share for the period is 5.96.

What about you and $PBR+0.9%? I know it has a lot of fans here, so I hope we have something to talk about 😁


I think this is a risk that can be mapped relatively well and then you can think if it makes sense. I don't have the stock, but I keep my fingers crossed for all the supporters 😀 .

I have it and one purchase even at the price of $7.50. I trust it, I like it but as you say what I fear is the politics in that country. I hope it all holds up. 😊

I have nothing against riskier investments, if it makes sense to someone and they understand the potential risks and possibilities of losses, go for it. I don't have PBR in my portfolio though, so we won't talk much here 😅

I understand. Too bad 😁

I was just looking at it last week Friday that I was quite taken aback by the growth, now that investment in Petrobas last February seems like an even better deal. And the dividends look nice too. Holdup.

I wish I had found him so soon :D But I hope he'll hold out now too and give Divi a coating 😁

Even though the valuation looks decent, I'm still worried about Brazil.

The political risk is great, but I don't have a problem with it. The valuation matches it, and I'm willing to risk it

I'm the same way :)