By Mill Chart
Last update: Aug 22, 2023
In this article we will dive into MURPHY USA INC (NYSE:MUSA) as a possible candidate for quality investing. Investors should always do their own research, but we noticed MURPHY USA INC showing up in our Caviar Cruise quality screen, which makes it worth to investigate a bit more.
Every day, ChartMill assigns a Fundamental Rating to each stock, providing a score ranging from 0 to 10. This rating is determined by evaluating various fundamental indicators and properties.
MUSA gets a fundamental rating of 6 out of 10. The analysis compared the fundamentals against 135 industry peers in the Specialty Retail industry. MUSA scores excellent on profitability, but there are some minor concerns on its financial health. MUSA is not valued too expensively and it also shows a decent growth rate.
Our latest full fundamental report of MUSA contains the most current fundamental analsysis.
More ideas for quality investing can be found on ChartMill in our Caviar Cruise screen.
This is not investing advice! The article highlights some of the observations at the time of writing, but you should always make your own analysis and invest based on your own insights.
MURPHY USA INC
NYSE:MUSA (12/8/2023, 7:05:48 PM)After market: 354.06 0 (0%)
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