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CVS Health Historical Valuation

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CVS -- USA Stock  

Fiscal Quarter End: March 31, 2020  

Some fundamental drivers such as market cap or CVS Health enterprice value can be analyzed from historical prospective to project value of the company into the future. Some investors analyze CVS Health valuation indicators such as Average Assets of 137.3 B or Earnings Before Interest Taxes and Depreciation Amortization EBITDA of 14.8 B to time the market or to short-sell their positions based on the trend in valuation ratios. It is a perfect tool to project the direction of CVS Health future value. Financial Statement Analysis is much more than just reviewing and breaking down CVS Health prevalent accounting reports in order to predict its past. Macroaxis encourages investors to analyze financial statement over time for various trends across multiple indicators and accounts to determine whether CVS Health is a good buy for the upcoming year. Continue to Trending Equities.
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Revenue Per Employee    Average Assets    Earnings Before Interest Taxes and Depreciation Amortization EBITDA    Earnings before Tax    Average Equity    Enterprise Value    Free Cash Flow    Invested Capital    Invested Capital Average    Tangible Asset Value    Working Capital    Interest Coverage    Operating Margin    Return on Average Assets    Return on Average Equity    Return on Sales    Capital Expenditure    Net Cash Flow from Financing    Net Cash Flow from Investing    Net Cash Flow from Operations    Inventories    Total Assets    Current Assets    Shareholders Equity    Inventory    Total Liabilities    Consolidated Income    Cost of Revenue    Earning Before Interest and Taxes USD    Gross Profit    Interest Expense    Net Income Common Stock    Net Income Common Stock USD    Net Loss Income from Discontinued Operations    Net Income to Non Controlling Interests    Operating Expenses    Operating Income    Revenues    Revenues USD    Selling General and Administrative Expense    

Average Assets

Average asset value for the period used in calculation of Return on Average Equity and Return on Average Assets; derived from [Assets].

Earnings Before Interest Taxes and Depreciation Amortization EBITDA

EBITDA is a non-GAAP accounting metric that is widely used when assessing the performance of companies; calculated by adding [DepAmor] back to Earning Before Interest and Taxes EBIT.

Earnings before Tax

Earnings Before Tax is calculated by adding [TaxExp] back to [NetInc].

Average Equity

Average equity value for the period used in calculation of Return on Average Equity; derived from [Equity].

Enterprise Value

Enterprise Value (or EV) is usually referred to as CVS Health theoretical takeover price. In the event of an acquisition, an acquirer would have to take on CVS Health debt, but would also pocket its cash. Enterprise Value is more accurate representation of CVS Health value than its market capitalization because it takes into account all of CVS Health Corporation existing debt. Enterprise value is a measure of the value of a business as a whole; calculated as [MarketCap] plus [DebtUSD] minus [CashnEqUSD].

Free Cash Flow

Free Cash Flow is a measure of financial performance calculated as Net Cash Flow from Operations minus [CapEx].

Invested Capital

Invested capital represents the total cash investment that shareholders and debt holders have contributed to CVS Health Corporation. There are two different methods for calculating CVS Health invested capital: operating approach and financing approach. Understanding ##company1# invested capital allows investors to calculate measures of performance such as return on invested capital or return on capital employed. Invested capital is an input into the calculation of Return on Invested Capital; and is calculated as: [Debt] plus [Assets] minus [Intangibles] minus [CashnEq] minus [LiabilitiesC]. Please note this calculation method is subject to change.

Invested Capital Average

Average invested capital value for the period used in the calculation of Return on Invested Capital; and derived from [InvCap]. Invested capital is an input into the calculation of Return on Invested Capital; and is calculated as: [Debt] plus [Assets] minus [Intangibles] minus [CashnEq] minus [LiabilitiesC]. Please note this calculation method is subject to change.

Tangible Asset Value

The value of tangibles assets calculated as the difference between [Assets] and [Intangibles].

Working Capital

Working capital measures the difference between [AssetsC] and [LiabilitiesC].

Return on Average Assets

Return on assets measures how profitable a company is [NetIncCmn] relative to its total assets [AssetsAvg].

Return on Average Equity

Return on equity measures a corporation's profitability by calculating the amount of [NetIncCmn] returned as a percentage of [EquityAvg].

Return on Sales

Return on Sales is a ratio to evaluate a company's operational efficiency; calculated by dividing Earning Before Interest and Taxes EBIT by [Revenue]. ROS is often a component of DuPont ROE analysis.

Capital Expenditure

A component of Net Cash Flow from Investing representing the net cash inflow (outflow) associated with the acquisition & disposal of long-lived; physical & intangible assets that are used in the normal conduct of business to produce goods and services and are not intended for resale. Includes cash inflows/outflows to pay for construction of self-constructed assets & software.

Net Cash Flow from Financing

A component of Net Cash Flow or Change in Cash and Cash Equivalents representing the amount of cash inflow (outflow) from financing activities; from continuing and discontinued operations. Principal components of financing cash flow are: issuance (purchase) of equity shares; issuance (repayment) of debt securities; and payment of dividends & other cash distributions.

Net Cash Flow from Investing

A component of Net Cash Flow or Change in Cash and Cash Equivalents representing the amount of cash inflow (outflow) from investing activities; from continuing and discontinued operations. Principal components of investing cash flow are: capital (expenditure) disposal of equipment [CapEx]; business (acquisitions) disposition [NCFBus] and investment (acquisition) disposal [NCFInv].

Net Cash Flow from Operations

A component of Net Cash Flow or Change in Cash and Cash Equivalents representing the amount of cash inflow (outflow) from operating activities; from continuing and discontinued operations.

Total Assets

Total assets refers to the total amount of CVS Health assets owned. Assets are items that have some economic value and are expended over time to create a benefit for the owner. These assets are usually recorded in CVS Health books under different categories such as cash, marketable securities, accounts receivable,prepaid expenses, inventory, fixed assets, intangible assets, other assets, marketable securities, accounts receivable, prepaid expenses and others. Sum of the carrying amounts as of the balance sheet date of all assets that are recognized. Major components are [CashnEq]; [Investments];[Intangibles]; [PPNENet];[TaxAssets] and [Receivables].

Current Assets

Current assets of CVS Health Corporation include cash, cash equivalents, short-term investments, accounts receivable, stock inventory and the portion of prepaid liabilities which will be paid within a year. Depending on the nature of the business, current assets can range from barrels of crude oil, to baked goods, to foreign currency. Current assets are important because they are the assets that are used to fund day-to-day operations of CVS Health. The current portion of [Assets]; reported if a company operates a classified balance sheet that segments current and non-current assets.

Shareholders Equity

A principal component of the balance sheet; in addition to [Liabilities] and [Assets]; that represents the total of all stockholders' equity (deficit) items; net of receivables from officers; directors; owners; and affiliates of the entity which are attributable to the parent.

Inventory

A component of [Assets] representing the amount after valuation and reserves of inventory expected to be sold; or consumed within one year or operating cycle; if longer.

Total Liabilities

Deferred Income Tax is recorded on CVS Health Corporation balance sheet and a result of income already earned and recognized for accounting, but not tax, purposes. Also, differences between tax laws and accounting methods can result in a temporary difference in the amount of income tax payable by a company. This difference is recorded on CVS Health books as deferred income tax. Sum of the carrying amounts as of the balance sheet date of all liabilities that are recognized. Principal components are [Debt]; [DeferredRev]; [Payables];[Deposits]; and [TaxLiabilities].

Consolidated Income

The portion of profit or loss for the period; net of income taxes; which is attributable to the consolidated entity; before the deduction of [NetIncNCI].

Cost of Revenue

Cost of Revenue is found on CVS Health income statement and represents the costs associated with goods and services CVS Health provides. Indirect cost, such as salaries, is not included. In other words, cost of revenue is the total cost incurred to obtain a sale. It is more than the traditional cost of goods sold, since it includes specific selling and marketing activities. The aggregate cost of goods produced and sold and services rendered during the reporting period.

Earning Before Interest and Taxes USD

Earning Before Interest and Taxes EBIT in USD; converted by [FXUSD].

Gross Profit

Gross profit is a required income statement account that reflects total revenue of CVS Health Corporation minus its cost of goods sold. It is profit before CVS Health operating expenses, interest payments and taxes. Gross profit is also known as gross margin. Aggregate revenue [Revenue] less cost of revenue [CoR] directly attributable to the revenue generation activity.

Interest Expense

Amount of the cost of borrowed funds accounted for as interest expense.

Net Income Common Stock

The amount of net income (loss) for the period due to common shareholders. Typically differs from [NetInc] to the parent entity due to the deduction of [PrefDivIS].

Net Income Common Stock USD

[NetIncCmn] in USD; converted by [FXUSD].

Net Loss Income from Discontinued Operations

Amount of loss (income) from a disposal group; net of income tax; reported as a separate component of income.

Net Income to Non Controlling Interests

The portion of income which is attributable to non-controlling interest shareholders; subtracted from [ConsolInc] in order to obtain [NetInc].

Operating Expenses

Operating expenses represents the total expenditure on [SGnA]; [RnD] and other operating expense items; it excludes [CoR].

Operating Income

Operating Income is the amount of profit realized from CVS Health operations after accounting for operating expenses such as cost of goods sold (COGS), wages and depreciation. Operating income takes the gross income and subtracts other operating expenses and then removes depreciation. Operating Income of CVS Health Corporation is typically a synonym for earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) and is also commonly referred to as operating profit or recurring profit. Operating income is a measure of financial performance before the deduction of [IntExp]; [TaxExp] and other Non-Operating items. It is calculated as Gross Profit minus [OpEx].

Revenues

Revenues refers to the total amount of money received by CVS Health for goods sold or services provided during a certain time period. It also includes all of CVS Health sales as well as any other increase in CVS Health Corporation equity.Revenues are reported on CVS Health income statement and calculated before any expenses are subtracted. Amount of Revenue recognized from goods sold; services rendered; insurance premiums; or other activities that constitute an earning process. Interest income for financial institutions is reported net of interest expense and provision for credit losses.

Revenues USD

[Revenue] in USD; converted by [FXUSD].

Selling General and Administrative Expense

A component of [OpEx] representing the aggregate total costs related to selling a firm's product and services; as well as all other general and administrative expenses. Direct selling expenses (for example; credit; warranty; and advertising) are expenses that can be directly linked to the sale of specific products. Indirect selling expenses are expenses that cannot be directly linked to the sale of specific products; for example telephone expenses; Internet; and postal charges. General and administrative expenses include salaries of non-sales personnel; rent; utilities; communication; etc.