Campbell Alpha and Beta Analysis

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Report: 3rd of June 2020  

This module allows you to check different measures of market premium (i.e. an alpha and beta) for all equities including Campbell Soup, as well as systematic risk associated with investing in Campbell Soup over a specified time horizon. Continue to Campbell Soup Backtesting, Campbell Soup Valuation, Campbell Soup Correlation, Campbell Soup Hype Analysis, Campbell Soup Volatility, Campbell Soup History and analyze Campbell Soup Performance.

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Please note that although Campbell Soup alpha is a measure of relative return and represented here as a single number, it actually indicates the percentage above or below your selected benchmark (i.e., DOW index.) So in this particular case, Campbell Soup did 0.22  better than the index. Remember, a high alpha is always good. Beta, on the other hand, measures the volatility (or risk) of an investment. It is an indication of Campbell Soup relative risk over its benchmark. Campbell Soup has beta of 0.34  . As returns on market increase, Campbell Soup returns are expected to increase less than the market. However, during bear market, the loss on holding Campbell Soup will be expected to be smaller as well.
Campbell Soup Tangible Assets Book Value per Share are expected to slightly grow based on the last few years of reporting. The last year's Tangible Assets Book Value per Share were at 14.31. The current year Tangible Asset Value is expected to grow to about 5 B, whereas Book Value per Share is expected to decline to 4.86. Alpha is a measure of relative performance on a risk-adjusted basis, while beta measures volatility againt benchmark. The goal is to know if an investor is being compensated for the volatility risk taken.The return on investment might be better than a benchmark but still not compensate for the assumption of the volatility risk.

  Campbell Soup Quarterly Book Value per Share

Campbell Soup Market Premiums

α0.22   β0.34
30 days against DJI

Campbell Soup expected buy-and-hold returns

Campbell Soup Market Price Analysis

Campbell Soup Return and Market Media

The median price of Campbell Soup for the period between Wed, Mar 4, 2020 and Tue, Jun 2, 2020 is 50.07 with a coefficient of variation of 5.56. The daily time series for the period is distributed with a sample standard deviation of 2.73, arithmetic mean of 49.13, and mean deviation of 2.24. The Stock received substential amount of media coverage during this period.
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Exercise or conversion by Adam Ciongoli of 35847 shares of C...03/06/2020
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Campbell Soup exotic insider transaction detected03/10/2020
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Campbell Soup exotic insider transaction detected03/11/2020
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Sale by Van Beuren Hope H of 161 shares of Campbell Soup03/12/2020
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Exercise or conversion by Mcwilliams Larry S of 35000 shares...03/16/2020
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Sale by White David R of 37027 shares of Campbell Soup03/17/2020
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Sale by Weber Charlotte C of 100 shares of Campbell Soup03/18/2020
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Sale by Van Beuren Hope H of 150 shares of Campbell Soup03/23/2020
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Regulation03/24/2020
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Acquisition by Mary Malone of 2491 shares of Campbell Soup s...03/25/2020
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Sale by Van Beuren Hope H of 282 shares of Campbell Soup03/26/2020
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Exercise or conversion by Adam Ciongoli of 35847 shares of C...03/27/2020
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Sale by Van Beuren John A of 11973 shares of Campbell Soup03/30/2020
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Acquisition by Sarah Hofstetter of 756 shares of Campbell So...04/01/2020
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Acquisition by Mark Clouse of 182005 shares of Campbell Soup...04/03/2020
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Sale by Van Beuren John A of 1330 shares of Campbell Soup04/07/2020
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Sale by Van Beuren Hope H of 283 shares of Campbell Soup04/09/2020
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Acquisition by Vanbeuren Archbold D of 2956 shares of Campbe...04/13/2020
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Campbell Soup exotic insider transaction detected04/15/2020
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Sale by Van Beuren Hope H of 223 shares of Campbell Soup04/16/2020
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Sale by Van Beuren John A of tradable shares of Campbell Sou...04/17/2020
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Sale by Van Beuren John A of 350 shares of Campbell Soup04/20/2020
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Sale by Van Beuren Hope H of tradable shares of Campbell Sou...04/22/2020
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Sale by Van Beuren John A of 1088 shares of Campbell Soup04/23/2020
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Sale by Weber Charlotte C of 200 shares of Campbell Soup04/24/2020
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Campbell Soup exotic insider transaction detected04/28/2020
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Are Campbell Soups Statutory Earnings A Good Guide To Its Un...04/29/2020
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Campbell Soup exotic insider transaction detected04/30/2020
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Campbell Soup exotic insider transaction detected05/05/2020
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Acquisition or disposition of Campbell Soup securities by St...05/07/2020
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Acquisition by Britt Irene Chang of 33792 shares of Campbell...05/08/2020
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Campbell Soup Outpaces Stock Market Gains What You Should Kn...05/11/2020
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Sale by Van Beuren Hope H of 2772 shares of Campbell Soup05/12/2020
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Campbell Soup exotic insider transaction detected05/14/2020
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The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights NVIDIA, Moderna, Clorox, C...05/15/2020
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Sale by Conant Douglas R of 2000 shares of Campbell Soup05/20/2020
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Sale by Conant Douglas R of 2000 shares of Campbell Soup05/21/2020
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Sale by Callaghan Patrick of 1865 shares of Campbell Soup05/26/2020
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Acquisition by Carlos Barroso of 23265 shares of Campbell So...05/27/2020
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Sale by Van Beuren Hope H of 1331 shares of Campbell Soup05/29/2020

About Campbell Soup Beta and Alpha

For many years both, Alpha and Beta indicators are used by professional money managers as critical performance measurement tools across virtually all equity instruments such as Ford or other stocks, funds, and ETFs. Alpha measures the amount that position in Campbell Soup has returned in comparison to a selected market index or another relevant benchmark. In other words, Alpha is the excess return on an investment relative to the performance of your selected benchmark. Beta, on the other hand, measures the relative risk of your investment.

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