Factor Report

Data as of market close on 11/27/2020.

Validea's factor report analyzes any stock using the major investing factors, including value, quality, momentum, and low volatility.
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FASTLY INC (FSLY)

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Latest Close: $84.30 Market Cap ($ mil): $9,568 Sector: Technology Industry: Software & Programming 52 Week High: $136.50 52 Week Low: $10.63 Relative Strength: 97 Twelve Minus One Return: 248.6% Standard Deviation: 99.1%
PE Ratio: N/A Price/Sales: 35.8 Price/Book: 16.8 Price/Cash Flow: N/A EV/EBITDA: N/A Yield: N/A Shareholder Yield: -490.91% F Score: 4 G Score: 2
Return on Equity: -16.2% Return on Assets: -13.4% Return on Tangible Capital: -11.4% Return on Invested Capital: N/A WACC: N/A Debt/Equity: 0.06 LT EPS Growth: N/A LT Sales Growth: 910.1% Beta: N/A
Fastly, Inc. (Fastly) is a real-time content delivery network (CDN) company. The Company provides services in the areas of delivery, security, streaming media, e-commerce and private CDN. With Fastly, the user can manage traffic spikes and mitigate security threats. Fastly works with Google Cloud Platform to extend the user's infrastructure and application logic for content delivery, backend workload, infrastructure costs and scalability. Fastly's streaming media services offer global delivery of video content, whether it's live or video on demand (VOD). The Company's edge cloud platform, designed from the ground up to be programmable and support agile software development. Its platform consists of key components: a programmable edge and a software-defined modern network. The programmable edge provides developers with real-time visibility and control, where they can write and deploy code to push application logic to the edge.

Factor Profile

FSLY's exposure to the major factors (100 is highest).

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