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What is DHI's Capital Expenditure (capex)?

  D.R. Horton Inc ( DHI ) |
1992 - 2021 (30 years)

Capital Expenditure (capex) is 
-$169.1M (1Y +56.1% )

DHI Stock Price & Capital Expenditure (capex)

Capital Expenditure (capex) for DHI competitors.
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Historical (All-Time) Stats for Capital Expenditure (capex)

chevron_right 2021 -$16.0M +10.4x
( +8.5% / year avg)
chevron_left 1992 -$1.4M
vertical_align_top Peak $222.7M +2.17x *
vertical_align_bottom Bottom -$190.3M
arrow_drop_up # Up Years 18 18 of 30
years up.
arrow_drop_down # Down Years 12
Up Years = Positive (0%+) YoY change
Down Years = Zero or Negative (0% or less) YoY change

Key Points (Stonk Price Comparison)

  • DHI's stock price has rallied +7,545% from $0.95 in 1992 , or +7.16x faster than it's capital expenditure (capex) over the same period.
  • If DHI grows it's stock at the same rate as it's capital expenditure (capex) (+8.5%/year) , it's stock price will grow +226% and hit $164.42 over the next 10 years.
  • DHI's stock price has gone up 14 of the 18 years (+77%) it's capital expenditure (capex) were also up.
* A modified method (see: here) is used to calculate changes that involve negative numbers.
  • DHI Historical Capital Expenditure (capex) Table
    in $ million
    * A modified method (see: here) is used to calculate changes that involve negative numbers.
    Year Capital Expenditure (capex) YoY % Change* Stock Price YoY % Change (Stock Price)
    4/1/2021 $-16 -91.6% $72.72 1.9%
    4/1/2020 $-190 -434.2% $71.37 46.1%
    4/1/2019 $56 -74.4% $48.86 12.8%
    4/1/2018 $222 -241.6% $43.32 24.5%
    4/1/2017 $-157 82.7% $34.8 14.2%
    4/1/2016 $-86 53.5% $30.48 6.7%
    4/1/2015 $-56 -44.0% $28.56 41.4%
    4/1/2014 $-100 72.8% $20.2 23.2%
    4/1/2013 $-58 72.6% $16.39 -5.1%
    4/1/2012 $-33 106.1% $17.27 82.4%
    4/1/2011 $-16 -15.1% $9.47 4.0%
    4/1/2010 $-19 209.7% $9.11 -22.5%
    4/1/2009 $-6 -46.1% $11.75 9.5%
    4/1/2008 $-11 -71.1% $10.74 -14.7%
    4/1/2007 $-39 -52.2% $12.59 -29.2%
    4/1/2006 $-83 22.1% $17.78 -39.7%
    4/1/2005 $-68 23.6% $29.47 61.0%
    4/1/2004 $-55 13.4% $18.3 68.2%
    4/1/2003 $-48 48.5% $10.88 38.2%
    4/1/2002 $-32 -11.9% $7.87 26.1%
    4/1/2001 $-37 148.7% $6.24 60.0%
    4/1/2000 $-14 1.8% $3.9 40.4%
    4/1/1999 $-14 -77.6% $2.78 -31.0%
    4/1/1998 $-65 974.6% $4.03 84.2%
    4/1/1997 $-6 281.2% $2.19 26.4%
    4/1/1996 $-1 -46.7% $1.73 -1.3%
    4/1/1995 $-3 25.0% $1.75 48.7%
    4/1/1994 $-2 60.0% $1.18 10.4%
    4/1/1993 $-1 7.1% $1.07 12.2%
    4/1/1992 $-1 - $0.95 -

  • About
    Industry: Residential Construction
    Sector: Consumer Cyclical
    Country: US
    IPO Date: 12/14/1995
    Stonk Exchange: NYSE
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    • Horton, Inc
    • operates as a national homebuilder that engages in the construction and sale of single-family housing.
    • The company is headquartered in Arlington, Texas and currently employs 8,916 full-time employees.
    • Horton, Inc
    • is a homebuilding company
    • The firm has operations in 84 markets in 29 states across the United States.
    • The firm's segments include its 44 homebuilding divisions, its financial services operations and its other business activities.
    • In the homebuilding segment, the Company builds and sells single-family detached homes and attached homes, such as town homes, duplexes, triplexes and condominiums.
    • The firm's 44 homebuilding divisions are aggregated into six segments: East Region, South Central Region, Midwest Region, West Region, Southwest Region and Southeast Region.
    • In the financial services segment, the Company sells mortgages and collects fees for title insurance agency and closing services.
    • The firm has subsidiaries that conduct insurance-related operations; construct and own income-producing rental properties; own non-residential real estate, including ranch land and improvements, and own and operate oil and gas-related assets.

  • Capital expenditures (capex) are funds used by a company to acquire, upgrade, and maintain physical assets such as property, plants, buildings, technology, or equipment. CapEx is often used to undertake new projects or investments by a company. Making capital expenditures on fixed assets can include repairing a roof, purchasing a piece of equipment, or building a new factory. This type of financial outlay is also made by companies to maintain or increase the scope of their operations.

    For more detailed definitions, please see Investopedia.