The Lincoln Electric Company began operations in 1895 and was incorporated under the laws of the State of Ohio in 1906. During 1998, The Lincoln Electric Company reorganized into a holding company structure, and Lincoln Electric Holdings, Inc. became the publicly-held parent of Lincoln Electric subsidiaries worldwide, including The Lincoln Electric Company. The Company is one of only a few worldwide broad-line manufacturers of welding, cutting and brazing products. The Company is the world leader in the design, development and manufacture of arc welding products, automated joining, assembly and cutting systems, plasma and oxy-fuel cutting equipment. The Company also has a leading global position in brazing and soldering alloys. The Company’s products are sold in both domestic and international markets.
|Updated||10/23/2020||FCF CAGR 5Y||4,92%|
|Code||NASDAQ:LECO||BVPS CAGR 5Y||0,56%|
|Moat||2||D/E Avg 5Y||0,78|
|Cust. Base||1||EPS/Div. Avg 5Y||2,27|
|Beta||1,22||FCF/Div. Avg 5Y||2,89|
|Div. Streak||26||R&D Avg 5Y||1,87%|
|Div. CAGR 5Y||9,81%||ROA Avg 5Y||10,44%|
|Payout Avg 5Y||46,39%||ROE Avg 5Y||27,26%|
|EPS CAGR 5Y||22,45%||ROIC Avg 5Y||15,16%|
|Revenues||2 536||2 275||2 624||3 029||3 003|
|Payout Ratio %||70,00%||45,02%||38,81%||37,53%||40,60%|
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