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The Toronto-Dominion Bank (NYSE: TD) – Is this large market cap stock undervalued?

The Toronto-Dominion Bank (NYSE: TD), is firmly in the large market cap category with market cap of 81137.88. To be considered a large market cap stock companies have to be valued at more than $10 billion. The current price for The Toronto-Dominion Bank is 43.66 (with a change from open of 0.32%), this in conjunction with a target price of 47.05. Volume today has so far reached 335824, with an average volume of about 1370.92. The GAP for this stock, is 0.55%.

The P/E ratio is 12.84, bringing the forward P/E to a value of 11.19. The current EPS for The Toronto-Dominion Bank, is 3.37, with a EPS growth for this year coming to a value of 1.90%. Performance has been interesting with performance year to date coming to 13.79%.

Looking further into the growth statistics for The Toronto-Dominion Bank, EPS is looking like it will grow 4.99% in the next year. Looking even further it is projected to be 4.77%. Quarter over quarter is 3.60% for EPS growth and for sales growth quarter over quarter it is 5.30%. Looking at past EPS growth statistics we see that for the past five years it has been 8.30%. Sales growth for the past five years has in fact been 7.40%.

Looking at the ownership, we see that the insider ownership is at and institutional ownership is 66.70%. Shares outstanding is 1874.72, while shares float is at a value of 1855.05. Float short for The Toronto-Dominion Bank is 0.57% and the short ratio is 7.69.

In terms of debt, long term debt/equity is 0.14, while the total debt/equity comes to 0.14. The ability to meet these debts, means that the current ratio is , and the quick ratio is . The most recent gross margin is and their operating margin is 67.10%. The profit margin is 31.60%.

The Toronto-Dominion Bank has seen returns on assets of 0.70%, and on investment, 21.70%. Return on equity is 12.70%. Price/Earnings to growth ratio is 2.69. Price/Sales ratio is at a value of 4.11, with Price/book ratio coming to 1.6 and Price/cash is 0.44, and finally Price/Free cash Flow is 2.15.

The simple moving averages are -0.48% and 6.02% for 20 day and 200 day simple moving average respectively. For the 52 week high and low the 52 week high is -5.05% and the 52 week low is 32.97%.

The Toronto-Dominion Bank has a dividend yield of 3.93%, with a current price of 43.66. The ability to pay this means the payout ratio is 47.70%. This is in an industry, Money Center Banks, with equally high dividends from other companies in this sector, which it is Financial. The Toronto-Dominion Bank is based in Canada.

Performance in the Money Center Banks industry means that The Toronto-Dominion Bank has seen performance for the past week of -2.68%, with performance for the month coming to -2.32%. Looking at the data for the quarter it is at a value of 1.02%, and for the half year the performance is 12.71%. Volatility for this week is 1.27% and for the month this is 1.32%.

Disclaimer: Remember there is a risk to your investment, this is not a recommendation, nor personal advice, never invest more than you are able too loose.

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