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HCI Group
HCI71
$88.64arrow_drop_down1.60%-$1.45
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Asset logo for symbol HCI
HCI71

$88.64

arrow_drop_down1.60%

Income Statement (HCI)

itemMar 2024Dec 2023Sep 2023Jun 2023Mar 2023
EBIT-$14.71M-$3.98M$110.43M$105.44M$106.99M
EBITDA-$13.71M-$2.00M$112.40M$107.44M$109.22M
gross Profit$198.91M$157.32M$126.27M$121.71M$122.72M
NET Income$47.61M$38.09M$13.15M$12.44M$15.33M
total Revenue$206.61M$162.67M$131.64M$127.32M$129.02M

Balance Sheet (HCI)

itemMar 2024Dec 2023Sep 2023Jun 2023Mar 2023
cash Equivalents--$324.01M$293.99M$302.02M
net Debt-$422.58M-$329.86M-$114.23M-$84.46M-$104.44M
stockholders Equity$395.68M$324.84M$199.94M$188.37M$180.26M
total Assets$1.47B$1.34B$1.72B$1.72B$1.77B
total Debt$236.10M$209.90M$209.78M$209.52M$197.58M
total Liabilities$1.07B$924.06M$1.42B$1.44B$1.49B

Cash Flow (HCI)

itemMar 2024Dec 2023Sep 2023Jun 2023Mar 2023
financing Cash Flow$41.83M$80.92M-$7.35M$7.69M-$14.10M
free Cash Flow$181.20M$152.04M$67.16M-$94.45M$97.64M
investing Cash Flow--$25.71M$59.67M-$17.75M
operating Cash Flow$182.15M$153.36M$71.37M-$93.16M$99.10M

HCI Group (HCI) Financials

HCI Group Inc (HCI) is a company that operates in the insurance industry. As such, its financials are of great importance to both investors and analysts. The income statement provides a snapshot of the company's revenue and expenses over a specific period. It shows how much money the company is making and where it is being spent. The EBIT and EBITDA are profitability measures that show how much profit the company is generating before interest, taxes, and other expenses. They provide insight into the company's operational efficiency and can be useful for comparing its performance to that of its competitors. The gross profit is the amount of money left after deducting the cost of goods sold from the revenue. It represents the company's ability to generate profit from its core business activities. The net income from stockholders is the amount of money left after deducting all expenses, including taxes and interest, from the gross profit. It is a key indicator of the company's financial health and profitability. The total revenue is the sum of all the money the company earns from its operations. It includes both the revenue generated from its core business activities and any other sources of income. The balance sheet is a financial statement that provides a snapshot of the company's assets, liabilities, and stockholders' equity at a specific point in time. It shows what the company owns, what it owes, and how much it has invested in the business. Cash equivalents are short-term investments that can be quickly converted into cash. They include items such as marketable securities and treasury bills. Net debt is the difference between a company's total debt and its cash and cash equivalents. It is a measure of the company's ability to meet its financial obligations. Stockholders' equity is the residual interest in the assets of the company after deducting its liabilities. It represents the shareholders' ownership in the company. Total assets are the sum of a company's current and non-current assets. They represent the resources that the company owns and can use to generate revenue. Total debt is the sum of a company's short-term and long-term liabilities. It represents the amount of money the company owes to its creditors. Total liabilities are the sum of a company's current and long-term liabilities. It represents the company's financial obligations. Cash flow is the movement of money into or out of a company over a specific period. It includes cash from operating activities, investing activities, and financing activities. The financing cash flow represents the cash received or paid out in relation to the company's financing activities, such as issuing or repurchasing stock or bonds. Free cash flow is the amount of cash a company generates after deducting its capital expenditures. It represents the cash that is available to be distributed to shareholders or reinvested in the business. The investing cash flow represents the cash received or paid out in relation to the company's investing activities, such as buying or selling assets or making investments. The operating cash flow represents the cash generated by the company's core business activities. It shows how much cash the company is generating from its operations.

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