Which is the better investment between these two small-cap industrial product companies? We will compare the two companies on the basis of their institutional ownership strength, dividends and earnings, risk, analyst ratings, valuation, profitability, and valuation.
Institutional and Insider Ownership
Institutional investors own 64.9% CECO Environmental's shares. Comparatively, only 4.0% of Molekule Group's shares are held by institutional investors. Insiders own 5.6% of CECO Environmental's shares. Insiders own 50.8% Molekule Group's shares. This table compares CECO Environmental and Molekule Group in terms of revenue, earnings per shares and valuation.
Earnings per Share
CECO Environmental's revenue and earnings are higher than Molekule Group.
MarketBeat has provided a list of the latest ratings and recommendations for CECO Environmental Group and Molekule Group.
Strong Buy Ratings
CECO Environmental has a current consensus price target of $19.33. This suggests a potential gain of 59.65%. Analysts believe CECO Environmental has a higher potential upside than Molekule Group, given its greater probable upside.
This table compares CECO Environmental and Molekule Group net margins, returns on equity and returns on assets.
Return on Equity
Return on Assets
Volatility and Risk
CECO Environmental's stock price is 32 percent more volatile than S&P 500. Molekule Group, on the other hand, has a beta value of -6.77. This means that its stock is 777% more volatile than S&P 500.
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CECO Environmental is superior to Molekule Group in 10 out of 12 factors.
CECO Environmental Corp. provides engineering solutions and technology. It provides services in the fields of energy, environment, fluid handling and filtration. The company operates in three segments: Energy Solutions (also known as Industrial Solutions), Fluid Handling Solutions and Fluid Handling Solutions. Energy Solutions improves air and fluid handling with custom-engineered solutions. These are used by the oil and gas and petrochemical industry to solve their problems. The Industrial Solutions segment is a leader in industrial pollution control. Fluid Handling Solutions provides pumping and filtration systems that ensure safe and clean operation in even the harshest and most toxic environments. Phillip DeZwirek founded the company in 1966. It is headquartered in Dallas.
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