Aceto Corporation (ACET) is just one of the roughly 2,000 companies we follow. In this report, we study ACET in a little more detail to determine if it is one of the best stocks to buy now.
Aceto Corporation (ACET) is a chemical manufacturing company. ACET is primarily engaged in the sourcing, marketing, and distribution of pharmaceutical intermediates, generics, nutraceutical products, agricultural protection products, and specialty chemicals. It operates in three business segments: Health Sciences, Specialty Chemicals, and Agricultural Protection Products.
Aceto is headquartered in Lake Success, New York. But it does business internationally, and it has regional managers in Europe and Asia as well as in the U.S.
Aceto (ACET) has had decent sales growth over the previous business cycle. It’s also been mostly profitable. And its cash flows seem to confirm and corroborate its paper profits. It also scores well on many of the metrics that we look at that reveal a firm’s ability to operate efficiently and competitively.
Furthermore, its balance sheet appears, for the most part, sound. And it deserves at least an average rating for the strength of its financials.
Lastly, its price multiples are not excessive. In fact, in terms of possibly the two most popular metrics, earnings and sales, ACET is selling at a discount.
Overall, ACET’s fundamentals are not outstanding and they do not deserve our highest grade. But they are at least better than those of the average stock. And we consider ACET one of the best stocks to buy now.
Stat Sheet – Aceto 5/3/16
|Market Cap||$ 648|
(Our assessment of this firm’s fundamentals will be in effect for the rest of calendar year 2016.)
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