FLOWERS.COM, Inc. (NASDAQ:FLWS) has a current Gross Margin (Marx) ratio of 0.865054. This number is based on the research by University of Rochester professor Robert Novy-Marx. Marx believed that a high gross income ratio was a sign of a quality company. Looking further, 1-800-FLOWERS.COM, Inc. has a Gross Margin score of 18. This score is based on the Gross Margin (Marx) metric using a scale from 1 to 100 where a 1 would be seen as positive, and a 100 would be viewed as negative.
Investors might be taking note of Return on Invested Capital (ROIC) data for 1-800-FLOWERS.COM, Inc. (NASDAQ:FLWS). ROIC is a financial metric that measures how efficient a company is with earning cash flow through invested capital. A typical ROIC formula divides operating income, adjusted for its tax rate, by total debt plus shareholder equity minus cash. The goal of the ROIC calculation is to display how much new cash is generated from capital investments. Presently, 1-800-FLOWERS.COM, Inc.’s ROIC is 0.211184. The ROIC 5 year average is 0.173564 and the ROIC Quality ratio is at 5.001325.
1-800-FLOWERS.COM, Inc. (NASDAQ:FLWS) has an MF Rank (Magic Formula) of 5452. Hedge fund manager Joel Greenblatt developed the Magic Formula which was introduced in his book “The Little Book That Beats the Market”. Greenblatt was focused on a method for identifying bargains when purchasing company stock. This included spotting companies that earn more relative to the stock price, or companies with a high earnings yield. The Magic Formula may help identify strong, healthy companies. The MF is calculated using earnings yield and ROIC ratios. In general, investors may be looking for stocks with the lowest combined MF Rank.
St. Michael’s Woodshop in Rochester will craft and sell rustic chic angels, stars until New Year’s at Rockcastle Florist, 870 Long Pond Road.
These ornaments can be used in trees or set on tables and are made from various hardwoods, making each ornament unique. They are $7 and benefit local ministries.
For more information, call 585-381-6872.
By Tanner Harding Oct 08, 2016
Rochester — Riley Nordahl’s uncle is a Rochester police officer, so he is fairly familiar with the police station. One day, he noticed the outside of the building could use a little sprucing up and saw the perfect opportunity for his Eagle Scout project.
Nordahl, 17, is a student at Old Rochester Regional and a member of Troop 31 in Rochester. He reached out to police and asked if they’d be interested in his help. After getting the go-ahead from them, Nordahl began making his plan.
He decided to clean up and extend the existing flower beds and to install a bench and a plaque to honor fallen officers.
The hardest part for a project like this is all the planning that has to go into it, said the scout.
“I went to Olson’s [in Wareham] and discussed how to plan a garden,” Nordahl said. “They gave me ideas.”
Proving that you’re capable of planning and executing a project of this size is a big part of becoming an Eagle Scout, according to assistant scout leader Ron Reed.
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