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MTN - Vail Resorts Inc.
-2.32(-0.90%)9:00:01 PM 12/2/2022
Vail Resorts, Inc. is an American mountain resort company. The company is divided into three divisions. The mountain segment owns and operates 37 mountain resorts in three countries, Vail Resorts Hospitality owns or manages hotels, lodging, condominiums and golf courses, and the Vail Resorts Development Company oversees property development and real estate holdings. The company trades on the New York Stock Exchange, symbol MTN. The company is headquartered in Broomfield, Colorado. Vail Resorts was founded as Vail Associates Ltd. by Pete Seibert and Earl Eaton in the early 1960s. Earl and Peter were both ski patrol guides at Aspen, Colorado when they shared their dream of finding the "next great ski mountain". Earl, a lifelong resident and son of pioneer families in the area led Peter to the area in March 1957. Peter set off to secure financing and Earl engineered the early lifts. The ski resort was founded and it opened in 1962. George N. Gillett Jr. purchased Vail Associates in 1985. Vail Associates changed its name to Vail Resorts and went public in 1997 after Gillett Holdings went bankrupt. Apollo Management, headed by Leon Black, bought the company out of bankruptcy and took Vail Resorts public, controlling Vail Resorts through its growth until around 2003, when Apollo divested themselves of the controlling interest.
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Stock Statistics
PE Ratio30.0
PEG Ratio1.8
P/S (ttm)7.2
Earning Growth (QoQ)80%
Revenue Growth (QoQ)
Short %3%
Held by Institutions %98%
1 Day Vol Adjusted Return-0.4
1 Month Vol Adjusted Return7.9
3 Month Vol Adjusted Return6.8
6 Month Vol Adjusted Return-0.1
20 Days SMA Price ZScore0.9
50 Days SMA Price ZScore1.7
12 -26 Days PPO4.2
1 Month Average Short Volume Ratio64.5
1 Day Volume Change ZScore-0.4
1 Month Daily Vol2.5
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