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Matsa Resources Ltd
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What can you expect buying and holding a share of Matsa? (30 sec.)

How much money do you get?

How much money do you get?
A$0.02
When do you have the money?
1 year
How often do you get paid?
40.0%

What is your share worth?

Current worth
A$0.03
Expected worth in 1 year
A$0.04
How sure are you?
50.0%

+ What do you gain per year?

Total Gains per Share
A$0.04
Return On Investment
134.7%

For what price can you sell your share?

Current Price per Share
A$0.03
Expected price per share
A$0.03 - A$0.038
How sure are you?
50%

1. Valuation of Matsa (5 min.)




Live pricePrice per Share (EOD)

A$0.03

Intrinsic Value Per Share

A$-0.07 - A$0.11

Total Value Per Share

A$-0.04 - A$0.14

2. Growth of Matsa (5 min.)




Is Matsa growing?

Current yearPrevious yearGrowGrow %
How rich?$8.8m$8.1m$760.3k8.6%

How much money is Matsa making?

Current yearPrevious yearGrowGrow %
Making money-$530k-$3.9m$3.3m636.0%
Net Profit Margin0.0%-74.8%--

How much money comes from the company's main activities?

3. Financial Health of Matsa (5 min.)




4. Comparing to competitors in the Gold industry (5 min.)




  Industry Rankings (Gold)  


Richest
#270 / 502

Most Revenue
#243 / 502

Most Profit
#205 / 502

Most Efficient
#237 / 502

What can you expect buying and holding a share of Matsa? (5 min.)

Welcome investor! Matsa's management wants to use your money to grow the business. In return you get a share of Matsa.

What can you expect buying and holding a share of Matsa?

First you should know what it really means to hold a share of Matsa. And how you can make/lose money.

Speculation

The Price per Share of Matsa is A$0.032. The market price reflects what other people think it is worth; not what it's really worth. Your job is to find out if the market price is fair, overpriced, or underpriced. I will help you with that.

If you buy blind, there is a 50% chance of making or losing money by selling the stock in the future. However, we can look at a few things to determine the odds in our favor:

  • The fundamentals: the financial health trends of Matsa.
  • The technials: based on market psychology, we can make a calculated estimate of what the price will do in the future. We can do this through technical analysis. We can calculate the probabilities and the expected value (millionaire math). That's called speculation.
  • The book value: what is the market price compared to it's book value.

Investing

If you really want to invest in Matsa, you will have to let go of the thought of selling in the future. If you have to sell the share for less than you bought it, it can still be a good investment. Focus on what it means to hold the stock forever:

  • You own a part of the company. The equity of this part can grow or shrink. The current Book Value per Share is A$0.03. Based on the TTM, the Book Value Change Per Share is A$0.00 per quarter. Based on the YOY, the Book Value Change Per Share is A$-0.01 per quarter.
  • You may receive quarterly/yearly dividend in the form of additional shares.
  • You may receive quarterly/yearly dividend in the form of cash. Based on the TTM the Dividend per Share is A$0.01 per quarter.
Based on historical numbers we can estimate the returns while holding a share of Matsa.

How much money are you going to get?

 MRQTTMYOY5Y10Y
 A$% of Price per ShareA$% of Price per ShareA$% of Price per ShareA$% of Price per ShareA$% of Price per Share
Usd Eps0.00-3.5%0.00-3.5%-0.01-25.5%-0.01-22.5%0.00-14.4%
Usd Book Value Change Per Share0.005.0%0.005.0%0.00-11.9%0.00-3.0%0.00-0.2%
Usd Dividend Per Share0.0116.8%0.0116.8%0.002.2%0.004.5%0.002.3%
Usd Total Gains Per Share0.0121.8%0.0121.8%0.00-9.7%0.001.5%0.002.1%
Usd Price Per Share0.02-0.02-0.03-0.06-0.10-
Price to Earnings Ratio-21.05--21.05--3.42--11.24--23.66-
Price-to-Total Gains Ratio3.34-3.34--8.95-14.46--34.67-
Price to Book Ratio1.26-1.26-1.64-3.04-4.46-
Price-to-Total Gains Ratio3.34-3.34--8.95-14.46--34.67-

When do you get the money?

Usd Investment
$.00
Usd Price Per Share0.0207104
Number of shares48284
Gains per QuarterTrailing 12 Months5 Year
Usd Dividend Per Share0.010.00
Usd Book Value Change Per Share0.000.00
Usd Total Gains Per Share0.010.00
Gains per Quarter (48284 shares)336.8223.26
Gains per Year (48284 shares)1,347.2793.03
YearsReturn on Investment (TTM)Return on Investment (5Y)
 DividendBook Value gainTotal gainsDividendBook Value gainTotal gains
Broker costs---10---10
110413071337280-18783
220816132684561-375176
331229204031841-562269
44162122753781122-750362
55203153467251402-937455
66243184080721683-1125548
77284214794191963-1312641
883242454107662244-1499734
993652760121132524-1687827
10104063067134602805-1874920

How sure are you?

Based on the past periods, how sure are you to get value out of your investment.

Linear %
 Trailing 12 Months3Y5 Year10 YearALLTIME
  % % % % %
Earnings Per Share0.01.00.00.0%0.03.00.00.0%0.05.00.00.0%1.09.00.010.0%1.018.00.05.3%
Book Value Change Per Share1.00.00.0100.0%1.02.00.033.3%2.03.00.040.0%4.06.00.040.0%10.09.00.052.6%
Dividend per Share1.00.00.0100.0%3.00.00.0100.0%4.00.01.080.0%4.00.06.040.0%4.00.015.021.1%
Total Gains per Share1.00.00.0100.0%2.01.00.066.7%3.02.00.060.0%5.05.00.050.0%11.08.00.057.9%

Fundamentals of Matsa

About Matsa Resources Ltd

Matsa Resources Limited engages in the exploration of mineral resources in Western Australia and Thailand. The company primarily explores for gold, copper, silver, lead, lithium, tin, rare earth elements, and base metals. Its flagship project is the Lake Carey Gold project that comprises approximately 449 square kilometers of prospective tenements within the Laverton Tectonic Zone of the Kurnalpi Terrane in Western Australia's eastern goldfields region, as well as Devon, Fortitude North, Fortitude Stage 2 Gold Mine, and Red October projects located in Australia. The company also holds special prospecting license applications in Rose Panther project located in Phang Nga, Pink Panther and Black Panther projects located in Kanchanaburi, and Spotted Panther project located in Ratchaburi, as well as holds interest in Thali High Grade Silver-Lead, Chang Copper, and Siam Copper projects located in Thailand. Matsa Resources Limited was incorporated in 2003 and is headquartered in Perth, Australia.

Fundamental data was last updated by Penke on 2024-04-11 14:09:07.

Financial Health

Profitability Details
 Compared to previous yearCompared to industry
Using its assets, the company is very inefficient in making profit.
Using its investors money, the company is very inefficient in making profit.
Operating Efficiency Details
 Compared to previous yearCompared to industry
Liquidity Details
 Compared to previous yearCompared to industry
The company is able to pay all its short-term debts.
The company is just not able to pay all its short-term debts with the most liquid assets.
Solvency Details
 Compared to previous yearCompared to industry
The company is very able to pay all its debts by selling its assets.
The company is very able to pay all its debts with equity.

Valuation

Valuation Details
 Compared to previous yearCompared to industry
Based on the equity, the company is underpriced.
Based on the earnings, the company is expensive.
Based on how much money comes from the company's main activities, the company is expensive.

1.1. Profitability of Matsa Resources Ltd.

1.1. Profitability
1.1.1. Net Profit Margin

Measures how much net profit Matsa earns for each $1 of revenue.

  • Above 10% is considered healthy but always compare Matsa to the Gold industry mean.
  • A Net Profit Margin of 0.0% means that $0.00 for each $1 in revenue is generated as profit.

Let's take a look of the Net Profit Margin trends of Matsa Resources Ltd:

  • The MRQ is 0.0%. The data is not here.
Trends
Current periodCompared to+/- 
MRQ-TTM-0.0%
TTM-YOY-74.8%+74.8%
TTM-5Y-57.2%+57.2%
5Y-57.2%10Y-24.1%-33.1%
Compared to industry (Gold)
PeriodCompanyIndustry (mean)+/- 
MRQ--10.8%+10.8%
TTM--7.9%+7.9%
YOY-74.8%-6.0%-68.8%
5Y-57.2%-22.6%-34.6%
10Y-24.1%-31.8%+7.7%
1.1.2. Return on Assets

Shows how efficient Matsa is using its assets to generate profit.

  • Above 5% is considered healthy but always compare Matsa to the Gold industry mean.
  • -3.5% Return on Assets means that Matsa generated $-0.04 profit for each $1 in assets.

Let's take a look of the Return on Assets trends of Matsa Resources Ltd:

  • The MRQ is -3.5%. Using its assets, the company is very inefficient in making profit. -2
  • The TTM is -3.5%. Using its assets, the company is very inefficient in making profit. -2
Trends
Current periodCompared to+/- 
MRQ-3.5%TTM-3.5%0.0%
TTM-3.5%YOY-26.6%+23.1%
TTM-3.5%5Y-21.3%+17.8%
5Y-21.3%10Y-14.1%-7.1%
Compared to industry (Gold)
PeriodCompanyIndustry (mean)+/- 
MRQ-3.5%-5.7%+2.2%
TTM-3.5%-6.4%+2.9%
YOY-26.6%-6.6%-20.0%
5Y-21.3%-10.9%-10.4%
10Y-14.1%-13.6%-0.5%
1.1.3. Return on Equity

Shows how efficient Matsa is using its investors money to generate profit.

  • Above 15%-20% is considered healthy but always compare Matsa to the Gold industry mean.
  • -6.0% Return on Equity means Matsa generated $-0.06 for each $1 the owners (shareholders) invested.

Let's take a look of the Return on Equity trends of Matsa Resources Ltd:

  • The MRQ is -6.0%. Using its investors money, the company is very inefficient in making profit. -2
  • The TTM is -6.0%. Using its investors money, the company is very inefficient in making profit. -2
Trends
Current periodCompared to+/- 
MRQ-6.0%TTM-6.0%0.0%
TTM-6.0%YOY-48.4%+42.3%
TTM-6.0%5Y-37.7%+31.7%
5Y-37.7%10Y-23.3%-14.4%
Compared to industry (Gold)
PeriodCompanyIndustry (mean)+/- 
MRQ-6.0%-5.5%-0.5%
TTM-6.0%-6.0%0.0%
YOY-48.4%-6.6%-41.8%
5Y-37.7%-10.6%-27.1%
10Y-23.3%-15.9%-7.4%

1.2. Operating Efficiency of Matsa Resources Ltd.

1.2. Operating Efficiency
1.2.1. Operating Margin

Measures how efficient Matsa is operating .

  • Measures how much profit Matsa makes for each $1 of sales after paying variable costs (production costs, wages, etc) but before taxes.
  • Above 15% is considered healthy but always compare Matsa to the Gold industry mean.
  • An Operating Margin of 0.0% means the company generated $0.00  for each $1 in revenue (before taxes).

Let's take a look of the Operating Margin trends of Matsa Resources Ltd:

  • The MRQ is 0.0%. The data is not here.
Trends
Current periodCompared to+/- 
MRQ-TTM-0.0%
TTM-YOY-37.9%+37.9%
TTM-5Y-30.2%+30.2%
5Y-30.2%10Y-10.2%-20.0%
Compared to industry (Gold)
PeriodCompanyIndustry (mean)+/- 
MRQ--3.0%+3.0%
TTM-2.3%-2.3%
YOY-37.9%-1.1%-36.8%
5Y-30.2%-9.8%-20.4%
10Y-10.2%-23.0%+12.8%
1.2.2. Operating Ratio

Measures how efficient Matsa is keeping operating costs low.

  • Below 1 is considered healthy (always compare to Gold industry mean).
  • An Operation Ratio of 0.00 means that the operating costs are $0.00 for each $1 in net sales.

Let's take a look of the Operating Ratio trends of Matsa Resources Ltd:

  • The MRQ is 0.000. The data is not here.
Trends
Current periodCompared to+/- 
MRQ-TTM-0.000
TTM-YOY0.379-0.379
TTM-5Y0.842-0.842
5Y0.84210Y1.967-1.126
Compared to industry (Gold)
PeriodCompanyIndustry (mean)+/- 
MRQ-1.533-1.533
TTM-1.470-1.470
YOY0.3791.409-1.030
5Y0.8421.546-0.704
10Y1.9671.640+0.327

1.3. Liquidity of Matsa Resources Ltd.

1.3. Liquidity
1.3.1. Current Ratio

Measures if Matsa is able to pay off Short-term Debt.

  • Above 1.5 is considered healthy (always compare to Gold industry mean).
  • A Current Ratio of 1.53 means the company has $1.53 in assets for each $1 in short-term debts.

Let's take a look of the Current Ratio trends of Matsa Resources Ltd:

  • The MRQ is 1.527. The company is able to pay all its short-term debts. +1
  • The TTM is 1.527. The company is able to pay all its short-term debts. +1
Trends
Current periodCompared to+/- 
MRQ1.527TTM1.5270.000
TTM1.527YOY1.129+0.398
TTM1.5275Y0.955+0.572
5Y0.95510Y1.794-0.839
Compared to industry (Gold)
PeriodCompanyIndustry (mean)+/- 
MRQ1.5272.461-0.934
TTM1.5272.520-0.993
YOY1.1293.419-2.290
5Y0.9553.950-2.995
10Y1.7944.404-2.610
1.3.2. Quick Ratio

Measures if Matsa is able to pay off Short-term Debt but only using the most liquid assets.

  • Above 1 is considered healthy but always compare Matsa to the Gold industry mean.
  • A Quick Ratio of 0.20 means the company can pay off $0.20 for each $1 in debt (using most liquid assets).

Let's take a look of the Quick Ratio trends of Matsa Resources Ltd:

  • The MRQ is 0.203. The company is just not able to pay all its short-term debts with the most liquid assets. -1
  • The TTM is 0.203. The company is just not able to pay all its short-term debts with the most liquid assets. -1
Trends
Current periodCompared to+/- 
MRQ0.203TTM0.2030.000
TTM0.203YOY0.181+0.023
TTM0.2035Y0.425-0.222
5Y0.42510Y1.412-0.986
Compared to industry (Gold)
PeriodCompanyIndustry (mean)+/- 
MRQ0.2030.573-0.370
TTM0.2030.642-0.439
YOY0.1811.039-0.858
5Y0.4251.237-0.812
10Y1.4121.492-0.080

1.4. Solvency of Matsa Resources Ltd.

1.3. Liquidity
1.4.1. Debt to Asset Ratio

Measures how much % of Matsa assets are financed with debt.

  • Below 1 (100%) is considered healthy but always compare Matsa to Gold industry mean.
  • A Debt to Asset Ratio of 0.41 means that Matsa assets are financed with 41.0% credit (debt) and the remaining percentage (100% - 41.0%) is financed by its owners/shareholders. 

Let's take a look of the Debt to Asset Ratio trends of Matsa Resources Ltd:

  • The MRQ is 0.410. The company is very able to pay all its debts by selling its assets. +2
  • The TTM is 0.410. The company is very able to pay all its debts by selling its assets. +2
Trends
Current periodCompared to+/- 
MRQ0.410TTM0.4100.000
TTM0.410YOY0.446-0.036
TTM0.4105Y0.426-0.017
5Y0.42610Y0.273+0.154
Compared to industry (Gold)
PeriodCompanyIndustry (mean)+/- 
MRQ0.4100.199+0.211
TTM0.4100.192+0.218
YOY0.4460.164+0.282
5Y0.4260.234+0.192
10Y0.2730.261+0.012
1.4.2. Debt to Equity Ratio

Measures if Matsa is able to pay off its debts by using shareholders equity.

  • Below 2 is considered healthy but always compare Matsa to the Gold industry mean.
  • A Debt to Equity ratio of 69.7% means that company has $0.70 debt for each $1 in shareholders equity.

Let's take a look of the Debt to Equity Ratio trends of Matsa Resources Ltd:

  • The MRQ is 0.697. The company is very able to pay all its debts with equity. +2
  • The TTM is 0.697. The company is very able to pay all its debts with equity. +2
Trends
Current periodCompared to+/- 
MRQ0.697TTM0.6970.000
TTM0.697YOY0.810-0.113
TTM0.6975Y0.750-0.052
5Y0.75010Y0.450+0.299
Compared to industry (Gold)
PeriodCompanyIndustry (mean)+/- 
MRQ0.6970.197+0.500
TTM0.6970.205+0.492
YOY0.8100.182+0.628
5Y0.7500.237+0.513
10Y0.4500.282+0.168

2. Market Valuation of Matsa Resources Ltd

2.1. Earnings Per Share
2.1. Price to Earnings Ratio

Measures how much money you pay for each share for every $1 in earnings Matsa generates.

  • Above 15 is considered overpriced but always compare Matsa to the Gold industry mean.
  • A PE ratio of -21.05 means the investor is paying $-21.05 for every $1 in earnings.

Let's take a look of the Price to Earnings Ratio trends of Matsa Resources Ltd:

  • The EOD is -18.708. Based on the earnings, the company is expensive. -2
  • The MRQ is -21.046. Based on the earnings, the company is expensive. -2
  • The TTM is -21.046. Based on the earnings, the company is expensive. -2
Trends
Current periodCompared to+/- 
EOD-18.708MRQ-21.046+2.338
MRQ-21.046TTM-21.0460.000
TTM-21.046YOY-3.416-17.631
TTM-21.0465Y-11.243-9.803
5Y-11.24310Y-23.664+12.422
Compared to industry (Gold)
PeriodCompanyIndustry (mean)+/- 
EOD-18.708-3.658-15.050
MRQ-21.046-4.204-16.842
TTM-21.046-4.204-16.842
YOY-3.416-6.861+3.445
5Y-11.243-8.821-2.422
10Y-23.664-9.552-14.112
2.2. Price To Free Cash Flow Ratio

Let's take a look of the Price To Free Cash Flow Ratio trends of Matsa Resources Ltd:

  • The EOD is -8.868. Based on how much money comes from the company's main activities, the company is expensive. -2
  • The MRQ is -9.976. Based on how much money comes from the company's main activities, the company is expensive. -2
  • The TTM is -9.976. Based on how much money comes from the company's main activities, the company is expensive. -2
Trends
Current periodCompared to+/- 
EOD-8.868MRQ-9.976+1.108
MRQ-9.976TTM-9.9760.000
TTM-9.976YOY-22.446+12.469
TTM-9.9765Y-11.905+1.928
5Y-11.90510Y-17.276+5.372
Compared to industry (Gold)
PeriodCompanyIndustry (mean)+/- 
EOD-8.868-4.098-4.770
MRQ-9.976-4.517-5.459
TTM-9.976-4.918-5.058
YOY-22.446-6.579-15.867
5Y-11.905-10.771-1.134
10Y-17.276-11.740-5.536
2. Book Value per Share
2.3. Price to Book Ratio

Measures if the stock price of Matsa is to cheap or to expensive compared to its book value.

  • At or below 1 is considered healthy (always compare to Gold industry mean).
  • A PB ratio of 1.26 means the investor is paying $1.26 for each $1 in book value.

Let's take a look of the Price to Book Ratio trends of Matsa Resources Ltd:

  • The EOD is 1.117. Based on the equity, the company is underpriced. +1
  • The MRQ is 1.256. Based on the equity, the company is underpriced. +1
  • The TTM is 1.256. Based on the equity, the company is underpriced. +1
Trends
Current periodCompared to+/- 
EOD1.117MRQ1.256-0.140
MRQ1.256TTM1.2560.000
TTM1.256YOY1.641-0.385
TTM1.2565Y3.038-1.782
5Y3.03810Y4.460-1.422
Compared to industry (Gold)
PeriodCompanyIndustry (mean)+/- 
EOD1.1171.240-0.123
MRQ1.2561.215+0.041
TTM1.2561.256+0.000
YOY1.6411.829-0.188
5Y3.0382.381+0.657
10Y4.4602.441+2.019
2. Total Gains per Share

3. Holders & Insider Transactions

Let's take a look at which institutions, funds and insiders are holding shares of Matsa Resources Ltd.

4. Summary

4.1. Key Performance Indicators

The key performance indicators of Matsa Resources Ltd compared to the Most Recent Quarter (MRQ).

 End of day+/-Most Recent QuarterTrailing 12 Months+/-Year-Over-Year+/-5 Year+/-10 Year+/-
Book Value Change Per Share--0.0020.0020%-0.006+341%-0.001+161%0.000+103%
Book Value Per Share--0.0290.0290%0.026+9%0.029-2%0.033-13%
Current Ratio--1.5271.5270%1.129+35%0.955+60%1.794-15%
Debt To Asset Ratio--0.4100.4100%0.446-8%0.426-4%0.273+50%
Debt To Equity Ratio--0.6970.6970%0.810-14%0.750-7%0.450+55%
Dividend Per Share--0.0080.0080%0.001+658%0.002+271%0.001+642%
Eps---0.002-0.0020%-0.013+636%-0.011+552%-0.007+316%
Free Cash Flow Per Share---0.004-0.0040%-0.002-47%-0.010+166%-0.010+188%
Free Cash Flow To Equity Per Share--0.0000.0000%0.003-107%-0.001+394%-0.004+1999%
Gross Profit Margin--4.8834.8830%1.489+228%1.990+145%1.495+227%
Intrinsic Value_10Y_max--0.115--------
Intrinsic Value_10Y_min---0.066--------
Intrinsic Value_1Y_max---0.003--------
Intrinsic Value_1Y_min---0.010--------
Intrinsic Value_3Y_max--0.002--------
Intrinsic Value_3Y_min---0.026--------
Intrinsic Value_5Y_max--0.020--------
Intrinsic Value_5Y_min---0.040--------
Market Cap15322368.000-13%17237664.00017237664.0000%20589432.000-16%43161195.360-60%74011825.680-77%
Net Profit Margin----0%-0.7480%-0.5720%-0.2410%
Operating Margin----0%-0.3790%-0.3020%-0.1020%
Operating Ratio----0%0.379-100%0.842-100%1.967-100%
Pb Ratio1.117-13%1.2561.2560%1.641-23%3.038-59%4.460-72%
Pe Ratio-18.708+11%-21.046-21.0460%-3.416-84%-11.243-47%-23.664+12%
Price Per Share0.032-13%0.0360.0360%0.043-16%0.090-60%0.155-77%
Price To Free Cash Flow Ratio-8.868+11%-9.976-9.9760%-22.446+125%-11.905+19%-17.276+73%
Price To Total Gains Ratio2.969-13%3.3403.3400%-8.949+368%14.457-77%-34.674+1138%
Quick Ratio--0.2030.2030%0.181+13%0.425-52%1.412-86%
Return On Assets---0.035-0.0350%-0.266+655%-0.213+504%-0.141+301%
Return On Equity---0.060-0.0600%-0.484+705%-0.377+529%-0.233+288%
Total Gains Per Share--0.0110.0110%-0.005+145%0.001+1348%0.001+931%
Usd Book Value--8879690.7888879690.7880%8119292.272+9%9098456.944-2%10175454.762-13%
Usd Book Value Change Per Share--0.0020.0020%-0.004+341%-0.001+161%0.000+103%
Usd Book Value Per Share--0.0190.0190%0.017+9%0.019-2%0.021-13%
Usd Dividend Per Share--0.0050.0050%0.001+658%0.001+271%0.001+642%
Usd Eps---0.001-0.0010%-0.008+636%-0.007+552%-0.005+316%
Usd Free Cash Flow---1118296.136-1118296.1360%-593680.139-47%-2977844.525+166%-3223848.974+188%
Usd Free Cash Flow Per Share---0.002-0.0020%-0.001-47%-0.006+166%-0.007+188%
Usd Free Cash Flow To Equity Per Share--0.0000.0000%0.002-107%-0.001+394%-0.003+1999%
Usd Market Cap9916636.570-13%11156216.14111156216.1410%13325480.390-16%27933925.637-60%47900453.580-77%
Usd Price Per Share0.021-13%0.0230.0230%0.028-16%0.058-60%0.100-77%
Usd Profit---530076.863-530076.8630%-3901393.439+636%-3446180.012+550%-2202001.438+315%
Usd Revenue----0%5213204.414-100%4964588.747-100%3432808.601-100%
Usd Total Gains Per Share--0.0070.0070%-0.003+145%0.000+1348%0.001+931%
 EOD+2 -6MRQTTM+0 -0YOY+24 -105Y+24 -1010Y+21 -13

4.2. Fundamental Score

Let's check the fundamental score of Matsa Resources Ltd based on Penke's default stock scanner.

Penke's Stock Scanner

  
  
IndicatorConditionValue
Price to Earnings Ratio (EOD)Between0-15-18.708
Price to Book Ratio (EOD)Between0-11.117
Net Profit Margin (MRQ)Greater than00.000
Operating Margin (MRQ)Greater than00.000
Quick Ratio (MRQ)Greater than10.203
Current Ratio (MRQ)Greater than11.527
Debt to Asset Ratio (MRQ)Less than10.410
Debt to Equity Ratio (MRQ)Less than10.697
Return on Equity (MRQ)Greater than0.15-0.060
Return on Assets (MRQ)Greater than0.05-0.035
Total3/10 (30.0%)

4.3. Technical Score

Let's check the technical score of Matsa Resources Ltd based on Penke's default Symbol scanner.

Penke's Symbol Scanner

  
  
IndicatorConditionValue
RsiGreater than5049.507
Ma 20Greater thanMa 500.032
Ma 50Greater thanMa 1000.030
Ma 100Greater thanMa 2000.029
OpenGreater thanClose0.038
Total3/5 (60.0%)



Reversals in quarterly reports

I have detected a reversal (positive to negative, negative to positive) in the following values of the quarterly reports.

 2019-06-302020-06-302021-06-302022-06-302023-06-30
Income before Tax  -4,947-225-5,1734,707-466-3,259-3,7253,75530
Net Income from Continuing Operations  -4,947-288-5,235-4,420-9,6556,016-3,6393,765126



Latest Balance Sheet

Balance Sheet of 2023-06-30. Currency in AUD. All numbers in thousands.

Summary
Total Assets23,235
Total Liabilities9,515
Total Stockholder Equity13,641
 As reported
Total Liabilities 9,515
Total Stockholder Equity+ 13,641
Total Assets = 23,235

Assets

Total Assets23,235
Total Current Assets7,744
Long-term Assets15,491
Total Current Assets
Cash And Cash Equivalents 794
Net Receivables 237
Other Current Assets 6,565
Total Current Assets  (as reported)7,744
Total Current Assets  (calculated)7,597
+/- 147
Long-term Assets
Property Plant Equipment 14,924
Long-term Assets Other 567
Long-term Assets  (as reported)15,491
Long-term Assets  (calculated)15,491
+/-0

Liabilities & Shareholders' Equity

Total Current Liabilities5,071
Long-term Liabilities4,444
Total Stockholder Equity13,641
Total Current Liabilities
Short-term Debt 656
Short Long Term Debt 591
Accounts payable 935
Other Current Liabilities 2,651
Total Current Liabilities  (as reported)5,071
Total Current Liabilities  (calculated)4,833
+/- 238
Long-term Liabilities
Long term Debt Total 4,026
Other Liabilities 417
Long-term Liabilities  (as reported)4,444
Long-term Liabilities  (calculated)4,444
+/-0
Total Stockholder Equity
Common Stock65,597
Retained Earnings -62,273
Accumulated Other Comprehensive Income 10,318
Total Stockholder Equity (as reported)13,641
Total Stockholder Equity (calculated)13,641
+/-0
Other
Capital Stock65,597
Cash And Equivalents794
Cash and Short Term Investments 794
Common Stock Shares Outstanding 402,704
Current Deferred Revenue829
Liabilities and Stockholders Equity 23,235
Net Debt 3,888
Net Invested Capital 18,225
Net Tangible Assets 13,641
Net Working Capital 2,672
Property Plant and Equipment Gross 16,723
Short Long Term Debt Total 4,682



Balance Sheet

Currency in AUD. All numbers in thousands.

 Trend2023-06-302022-06-302021-06-302020-06-302019-06-302018-06-302017-06-302016-06-302015-06-302014-06-302013-06-302012-06-302011-06-302010-06-302009-06-302008-06-302007-06-302006-06-302005-06-302004-06-30
> Total Assets 
102
4,573
8,556
17,291
15,510
14,327
18,012
17,351
18,761
14,904
24,113
16,957
14,446
19,643
24,827
21,977
27,111
27,833
22,645
23,235
23,23522,64527,83327,11121,97724,82719,64314,44616,95724,11314,90418,76117,35118,01214,32715,51017,2918,5564,573102
   > Total Current Assets 
0
2,575
1,095
3,863
1,729
1,243
4,787
2,283
2,980
3,795
3,955
1,980
2,281
2,646
4,914
1,393
3,985
3,601
10,929
7,744
7,74410,9293,6013,9851,3934,9142,6462,2811,9803,9553,7952,9802,2834,7871,2431,7293,8631,0952,5750
       Cash And Cash Equivalents 
0
2,424
887
1,006
1,029
806
3,671
1,522
2,120
2,555
2,626
739
1,563
2,067
3,792
901
1,797
3,029
1,572
794
7941,5723,0291,7979013,7922,0671,5637392,6262,5552,1201,5223,6718061,0291,0068872,4240
       Short-term Investments 
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
50
50
315
123
822
464
475
0
0
-507
0
0
0
000-5070047546482212331550500000000
       Net Receivables 
4
143
86
806
131
105
438
53
17
132
414
95
240
69
900
317
1,532
238
175
237
2371752381,53231790069240954141321753438105131806861434
       Inventory 
0
0
0
1,857
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
107
574
80
80
0
08080574107000000000001,857000
   > Long-term Assets 
0
1,998
7,461
13,428
13,781
13,084
13,225
15,067
15,781
11,110
20,158
14,977
12,165
16,996
19,913
20,584
23,126
24,232
11,716
15,491
15,49111,71624,23223,12620,58419,91316,99612,16514,97720,15811,11015,78115,06713,22513,08413,78113,4287,4611,9980
       Property Plant Equipment 
96
1,987
7,446
13,428
13,781
13,084
13,225
15,067
15,775
7,957
10,327
11,610
5,995
13,621
16,097
18,791
3,757
2,306
600
14,924
14,9246002,3063,75718,79116,09713,6215,99511,61010,3277,95715,77515,06713,22513,08413,78113,4287,4461,98796
       Long Term Investments 
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3,000
9,831
3,367
6,170
3,097
3,816
1,793
507
0
0
0
0005071,7933,8163,0976,1703,3679,8313,000000000000
       Intangible Assets 
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
00000000000000000001
       Other Assets 
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
310
289
278
289
328
0
487
487
367
367487487032828927828931000000000000
> Total Liabilities 
107
154
3,153
4,390
4,371
1,163
731
665
1,950
816
1,484
1,098
796
2,158
7,517
8,732
11,703
12,461
10,099
9,515
9,51510,09912,46111,7038,7327,5172,1587961,0981,4848161,9506657311,1634,3714,3903,153154107
   > Total Current Liabilities 
107
154
3,129
4,390
4,371
1,052
670
621
1,929
679
1,265
812
601
1,953
2,003
2,076
5,018
5,508
9,681
5,071
5,0719,6815,5085,0182,0762,0031,9536018121,2656791,9296216701,0524,3714,3903,129154107
       Short-term Debt 
0
0
750
3,000
3,316
322
86
95
47
60
53
59
14
50
72
102
92
324
4,185
656
6564,185324921027250145953604795863223,3163,00075000
       Short Long Term Debt 
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
99
81
22
92
3,027
0
0
225
4,118
591
5914,118225003,027922281990000000000
       Accounts payable 
4
38
1,342
1,195
854
279
385
243
133
336
726
394
232
1,533
1,276
1,177
3,263
3,152
1,652
935
9351,6523,1523,2631,1771,2761,5332323947263361332433852798541,1951,342384
       Other Current Liabilities 
103
154
1,037
195
201
451
198
284
1,750
283
486
359
355
370
656
796
1,664
2,032
3,844
2,651
2,6513,8442,0321,6647966563703553594862831,7502841984512011951,037154103
   > Long-term Liabilities 
0
0
24
0
0
111
61
44
21
137
219
286
195
205
5,514
6,656
6,685
6,953
419
4,444
4,4444196,9536,6856,6565,514205195286219137214461111002400
       Long term Debt Total 
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
22
8
43
2,955
4,059
4,034
4,072
16
4,026
4,026164,0724,0344,0592,9554382200000000000
       Other Liabilities 
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
91
173
264
187
162
2,559
2,597
2,651
2,881
403
417
4174032,8812,6512,5972,55916218726417391000000000
> Total Stockholder Equity
0
4,419
5,403
12,901
11,139
13,164
17,281
16,685
16,733
14,010
22,551
15,781
13,572
17,408
17,233
13,168
15,331
15,294
12,467
13,641
13,64112,46715,29415,33113,16817,23317,40813,57215,78122,55114,01016,73316,68517,28113,16411,13912,9015,4034,4190
   Common Stock
0
4,626
5,498
16,495
18,870
26,315
33,988
35,255
36,886
37,811
40,537
40,537
40,537
40,688
44,292
44,292
51,349
60,697
63,893
65,597
65,59763,89360,69751,34944,29244,29240,68840,53740,53740,53737,81136,88635,25533,98826,31518,87016,4955,4984,6260
   Retained Earnings Total Equity00000000000000000000
   Accumulated Other Comprehensive Income 
0
1
1,091
1,124
1,514
3,316
4,213
5,150
5,182
6,476
13,783
8,496
7,722
9,117
10,456
9,397
9,753
10,023
10,029
10,318
10,31810,02910,0239,7539,39710,4569,1177,7228,49613,7836,4765,1825,1504,2133,3161,5141,1241,09110
   Capital Surplus 00000000000000000000
   Treasury Stock00000000000000000000
   Other Stockholders Equity 
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
13,783
8,496
7,722
9,117
10,456
9,397
-6
-5
-2
-3
-3-2-5-69,39710,4569,1177,7228,49613,7830000000000



Balance Sheet

Currency in AUD. All numbers in thousands.




Cash Flow

Currency in AUD. All numbers in thousands.