Z-Score:6.82

F-Score:7

Symbol:RHT

### Levermann-Analysis Hold *

#### 1. Return on Equity CY

##### Definition

The return on equity (RoE) describes the relationship between profit and equity.

##### Importance

The return on equity is important for equities. It has been found that there is a connection between the return on equity and the performance of the stock. The higher the return on equity, the more likely an increase in value.

##### Exception

None.

##### Score

- +1 Pkt.
- if the return on equity is greater than 20%
- 0 Pkt.
- if the return on equity is between 10% and 20%.
- -1 Pkt.
- if the return on equity is less than 10%.

##### Calculation for Red Hat

- Last Year
- 2019
- RoE
- 26.89 %
- Point
- 1

#### 2. EBIT-Margin CY

##### Definition

The EBIT-margin is a business measure that makes statements about the profitability of companies. It results from the quotient of EBIT and sales.

##### Importance

High EBIT-margins are a quality criterion for the investment risk. The higher the EBIT-margin, the easier it will be to cope with sales declines economically.

##### Score

- +1 Pkt.
- if the EBIT-margin is greater than 12%.
- 0 Pkt.
- if the EBIT-margin is between 6 and 12%.
- -1 Pkt.
- if the EBIT-margin is less than 6%.

##### Exception

For financial assets, this criterion is not applicable according to Levermann. By default, financials get 0 points.

##### Calculation for Red Hat

- Last Year
- 2019
- EBIT-Margin
- 16.24 %
- Point
- 1

#### 3. EQUITY RATIO

##### Definition

The equity ratio is a business ratio that reflects the ratio of equity to the total capital of a business. .

##### Importance

The equity ratio is the most important balance sheet key figure that provides information about the capital structure of a company. It is important for the creditworthiness of a company.

##### Score

- +1 Pkt.
- if the equity ratio is greater than 25%..
- 0 Pkt.
- if the equity ratio is between 15% and 25%.
- -1 Pkt.
- if the equity ratio is less than 15%.

##### Exception

For financial assets, the valuation criteria are different because they have a high leverage. Financials receive a plus when their equity ratio is greater than 10%. It receives a minus when its equity ratio is less than 5%. If the equity ratio is between 5% and 10%, the value is 0 points.

##### Calculation for Red Hat

- Last Year
- 2019
- Equity ratio
- 28.88 %
- Point
- 1

#### 4. P/E ratio 5Y

##### Data Not Available

Unfortunately, there is not enough data available to calculate this point, so this score is estimated to be 0.

#### 5. P/E ratio CY

##### Data Not Available

Unfortunately, there is not enough data available to calculate this point, so this score is estimated to be 0.

#### 6. Analyst opinions

##### Data Not Available

Unfortunately, there is not enough data available to calculate this point, so this score is estimated to be 0.

#### 7. Reaction to quarterly figures

##### Data Not Available

#### 8. Profit revision

##### Data Not Available

#### 9. Price today vs. Price 6 months ago

##### Data Not Available

#### 10. Price today vs. Price 1 year ago

##### Data Not Available

#### 11. Price momentum

##### Definition

This key figure is used to calculate whether there has been a trend reversal.

##### Importance

Trend reversals for the better are rewarded. Turning to the negative will be punished.

##### Score

- +1 Pkt.
- if factor 9 = +1 und factor 10 = 0 oder -1.
- -1 Pkt.
- if factor 9 = -1 and factor 10 = 0 or +1.
- 0 Pkt.
- in all other cases.

##### Exception

None.

##### Calculation for Red Hat

- Factor 9
- Point: 0
- Factor 10
- Point: 0

- Point
- 0

#### 12. Three-month-reversal

##### Definition

This factor takes into account the evolution of the value in the last 3 months in relation to the benchmark index.

##### Importance

Many funds sort out stocks that have performed poorly over the last 3 months or buy stocks that have outperformed. These purchases and sales initially affect the price and later correct themselves.

##### Score

- +1 Pkt.
- if the performance in each month is worse than the benchmark.
- -1 Pkt.
- if the performance in each month is better than the benchmark index.
- 0 Pkt.
- in all other cases.

##### Exception

The calculation applies only to large caps.

##### Data for Red Hat

##### Calculation for Red Hat

Performance June: nan %

Performance July: nan %

Performance August: nan %

S&P 500-Performance June: 1.84 %

S&P 500-Performance July: 5.51 %

S&P 500-Performance August: 7.01 %

Jun: Performance > S&P 500-Perf.

Jul: Performance > S&P 500-Perf.

Aug: Performance > S&P 500-Perf.

#### 13. Profit growth

##### Data Not Available

Criterion | Value | Point |
---|---|---|

1. Return on Equity CY | 26.89 % | 1 |

2. EBIT-Margin CY | 16.24 % | 1 |

3. Equity Ratio CY | 28.88 % | 1 |

4. P/E ratio 5Y * | No Data | 0 |

5. P/E ratio CY * | No Data | 0 |

6. Analyst opinions * | No Data | 0 |

7. Reaction to quarterly figures * | No Data | 0 |

8. Profit revision * | No Data | 0 |

9. Price today vs. Price 6 months ago * | No Data | 0 |

10. Price today vs. Price 1 year ago * | No Data | 0 |

11. Price momentum | Factor 9: 0 Factor 10: 0 | 0 |

12. Three-month-reversal | Jun: Performance > S&P 500-Perf. Jul: Performance > S&P 500-Perf. Aug: Performance > S&P 500-Perf. | 0 |

13. Profit growth * | No Data | 0 |

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