Spine Injury Solutions and Korea Electric Power are both index companies. But which one is superior? We will compare these two companies on the basis of their analyst ratings, valuation, dividends and institutional ownership.
Institutional and Insider Ownership
Institutional investors own 1.5% of Korea Electric Power. Insiders own 16.4% of Spine Injury Solutions. Insiders own 1.0% of Korea Electric Power. A high level of institutional ownership indicates that hedge funds and endowments, as well as large money managers, believe the company will perform better than the market in the long run.
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MarketBeat.com has reported on recent ratings for Spine Injury Solutions, and Korea Electric Power.
Sell Ratings Hold Rankings Buy Ratings Strong buy Ratings Rating Score Spine Injury Solutions N/A 0 1 0 2 N/A Korea Electric Power N/A 0 1 0 2
Earnings and Valuation
This table compares Spine Injury Solutions' top-line revenue with Korea Electric Power, as well as their earnings per share and market valuation.
Gross Revenue Price/Sales ratio Net Income Earnings per Share Price/Earnings ratio Spine Injury Solutions $30,000.00 N/A -810,000.00 N/A $30,000.00 Korea Electric Power 55.15 billion 0.16 $17.13 billion ($13.93 billion) -0.48
Spine Injury Solutions earns more, but has a lower revenue than Korea Electric Power.
This table compares Spine Injury Solutions's net margins with Korea Electric Power’s return on equity, and return on assets.
Spine Injury Solutions -315.76% Korea Electric Power -310.58% -511.62% -10.38%
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Korea Electric Power is superior to Spine Injury Solutions in 4 out of 7 factors.
Spine Injury Treatment
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Spine Injury Solutions, Inc. offers a range of innovative electrical power generation technology. The company plans to offer Evirontek Integrated Platform for cryptocurrency mining to reduce the high cost of energy. The company also offers spine injury diagnosis services and owns and develops the Quad video Halo system for recording medical procedures. Costa Mesa is the company's headquarters.
Korea Electric Power
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Korea Electric Power Corporation is an integrated electric utility that generates, transmits, and distributes electricity in South Korea as well as internationally. Transmission and Distribution is the company's main segment. Other segments include Thermal Power Generation and Nuclear Power Generation. The company generates electricity from nuclear, coal and oil, as well as liquefied gas, combined-cycle, integrated combined-cycle, wind, solar power, fuel cells, biogas and other sources. The company's total installed capacity was 82,723 Megawatts as of December 31, 2022. This included nuclear, thermal and hydroelectric units as well as internal combustion units. It also had 895 substations, with a transformer capacity of 347,000 megavolts-amperes, and a transmission system of 35,451 Circuit Kilometers. Electricity is provided to residential, educational, industrial and agricultural customers, as well as street lighting. It also offers engineering and construction services, including utility plant maintenance and electric power information technologies, as well as facility maintenance and electric metering services. The Korea Electric Power Corporation, founded in Naju-si in South Korea in 1898, is the company's headquarters.
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