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Mint Leasing Inc  (MLES)
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    Sector  Financial    Industry Miscellaneous Financial Services
Price: $0.0060 $0.00 0.000%
Day's High: $ 0.006 Week Perf: -70 %
Day's Low: $ 0.01 30 Day Perf:
Volume (M): 1 52 Wk High: $ 0.09
Volume (M$): $ 0 52 Wk Avg: $ 0.02
Open: $ 0.01 52 Wk Low: 0.01
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 Market Capitalization (Millions $) 1
 Shares Outstanding (Millions) 89
 Employees 17
 Revenues (TTM) (Millions $) 5
 Net Income (TTM) (Millions $) 8
 Cash Flow (TTM) (Millions $) 0
 Capital Exp. (TTM) (Millions $) 0
Mint Leasing Inc
Mint Leasing is a company in the business of leasing automobiles and fleet vehicles throughout the United States. We have been in business since May 1999. Over 600 franchise dealers have signed dealer agreements with the Company. Additionally, Mint Leasing has partnerships with more than 600 dealerships within 17 states. However, most of its customers are located in Texas and seven other states in the Southeast, with customers in the state of Texas. We generate partnerships with dealerships through the business relationships our Chief Executive Officer and sole director, Jerry Parish, has built over the past 40 years. Lease transactions are also solicited and administered by the Company’s sales force and staff. The Company’s primary marketing and sales strategy is to market to automobile dealers that have established a history of directing customers to the Company.

We act as an indirect lender to customers. Generally, brand-name automobile dealers with which we have a relationship send us applications of customers for approval in order to allow such customers, which may not meet the higher leasing criteria of those dealerships, to lease new or late-model-year vehicles. We also generate business from pre-existing clients, referrals from non-dealerships and walk-ins. Once we receive an application, the credit analysts at Mint Leasing review every deal individually, refusing to depend on a target “beacon score” to determine authorization for each deal and instead relying on a common-sense approach for deal approval. Assuming the Company approves credit for the buyer; the Company will purchase the subject automobile directly from the dealership and then lease such automobile directly to the buyer. Once the automobile is purchased by the Company from the dealership, the dealership is no longer involved in the transaction and the buyer pays the Company directly pursuant to the lease terms. If at the end of the lease term, the lessee decides not to purchase the vehicle, the Company will either put the vehicle on its lot to be re-leased or sell it at auction. Similarly, if the lessee defaults under the terms of the lease, the Company will repossess the vehicle and either re-lease it or sell it at auction, depending on the condition of the vehicle and the Company’s independent estimation of whether it may be re-leased. The Company’s sales are principally accomplished through the Company’s sales force, which includes three full-time employees, two credit analysts and two persons who perform funding and verification services. All vehicles are stored at the Company’s principal business location.

MLES is expected to report next financial results on November 17, 2017.

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MLES's Valuation Current
Price to Earnings PE Ratio (TTM) 0.06
Price to Earnings PE Ratio (Expected) -
Price to Sales (TTM) 0.11
Price to Sales (Expected) -
Price to Book -
MLES's Financial Strength Current
Quick Ratio 0.01
Working Capital Ratio 1.04
Leverage Ratio (MRQ) -
Total Debt to Equity -
Interest Coverage (TTM) 10.43
Debt Coverage (TTM) 1.11
Per Share Current
Earnings (TTM) 0.09 $
Revenues (TTM) 0.06 $
Cash Flow (TTM) 0 $
Cash 0 $
Book Value -0.03 $
Dividend (TTM) 0 $

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MLES's Efficiency Current
Revenue per Employee (TTM) 296,815
Net Income per Employee (TTM) 472,492
Receivable Turnover Ratio (TTM) -
Inventory Turnover Ratio (TTM) 12.74
Asset Turnover Ratio (TTM) 0.38
MLES's Profitability Ratio Current
Gross Margin -
Operating Margin -
Net Margin -
Net Cash Flow Margin 10.97 %
Effective Tax Rate (TTM) -
Management Effectiveness Current
Return On Assets (TTM) 60.56 %
Return On Investment (TTM) 582.29 %
Return On Equity (TTM) -
Dividend Yield -
Payout Ratio (TTM) -
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Customers Net Income fell by MLES's customers Net margin fell to %
-4.78 % 5.08 %
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