Systemax Share Price Rose 300% since 2017, Here is Why

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Systemax Inc. (NYSE:SYX): Systemax share price grew at a robust pace since the beginning of last year, driven by improvement in its financial numbers and increasing demand for its industrial products in the United States and France.

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The massive rally has pushed Systemax share price to the highest level in history this week. Its shares have a 52-week trading range of $17.33 to $40.04 – with the market cap of $1.3 billion. Systemax share price valuations continue trading below the industry average despite the share price rally of 300% since 2017. The company’s year-over-year growth in financial numbers is offering support to its valuations.

Systemax trades around 0.85 times to sales and 14 times to earnings compared to the industry average of 2 times to sales and 20 times to earnings.

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Its operating performance metrics are also beating the industry trends by a wide margin. Its return on asset and return on equity ratios are standing at around 15% and 33% respectively, significantly higher from the industry average of 6% and 20%. The company’s return on investment ratio of 34% compared to the industry average of 12% indicates that the management’s strategy of investing in high growth markets is working.

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Financial Numbers and Dividends Support Systemax Share Price Uptrend

Systemax generated a revenue growth of 17% in the first quarter from the previous year. The growth in gross and operating margin allowed the company to post a 31% increase in its earnings from its continuing operations.

Its CEO Larry Reinhold says, “Industrial and France are both highly successful, and we remain focused on driving long-term performance through our growth and optimization initiatives.”

Systemax has also been optimizing trader’s sentiments through cash returns for investors. The company currently offers a quarterly dividend of $0.11 per share. It has also recently issued a special dividend of $1 per share for shareholders – which indicates its confidence in future fundamentals.

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