FRPT: Force Protection provides survivability solutions to support the armed forces of the United States and its allies. The Company designs, manufactures, tests, and supports its blast- and ballistic-protected products. Its specialty vehicles are designed to protect occupants from landmines, hostile fire, and improvised explosive devices (IEDs).
Closing Price: 4.95
52-Week Price Range: 3.86-6.75
Risk: You need to further evaluate FRPT thoroughly. Well-informed, you decide what to do. Remember that there is risk of loss in all trading. I don’t own any FRPT shares. Here are the pluses and minuses.
– Beta: 1.45
+ Debt: FRPT has no long-term debt.
– Dividend: FRPT does not presently pay a dividend.
– Earnings: For the fourth quarter of 2010, analysts estimate FRPT will earn $0.15 per share and that is a decrease of 42.52% from the 2009 fourth-quarter earnings per share of $0.27.
+ Free Cash Flow: 0.55
+ Reuters Research Average Rating: Outperform
– PE: 15.28
+ Price/Book Ratio: 1.10
+ Price/Sales Ratio: 0.47
+ Sales: 737.3 million in trailing 12-month sales