TRANSOCEAN LTD (RIG-N

)
OIL & GAS / OIL EQUIP. & SERVICES / OIL EQUIP. & SERVICES
Indicator Description
The Average Score combines the quantitative
analysis of six widely-used investment decision
making tools: Earnings, Fundamental, Relative
Valuation, Risk, Price Momentum and Insider
Trading. A simple average of the underlying
component ratings is normally distributed to rank
stocks on a 1-10 scale (10 being awarded to the
highest scored). These factors may be evaluated
differently using alternative methodologies and the
importance of individual factors varies across
supersectors, sectors, market capitalization and
investment styles. Additional criteria should always
by used to evaluate a stock.
Indicator
RIG's current average score of 3 places it
among the bottom quartile of stocks
scored.
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Peers
ESV 9
NOV 6
BHI 6
WFT 2
Averages
Oil Equip. & Services Sector 4.8
Oil & Gas Supersector 4.6
S&P 500 Index 6.7
Giant Market Cap 7.1
Indicator Trend
Positive
Neutral
Negative
1 Y
Ago
6 M
Ago
3 M
Ago
1 M
Ago
2 W
Ago
Current
NA*
7
5
4
3 3
Last 5 Years
Best Worst Average
10 - (02/21/10) 1 - (08/27/06) 7.2
Analyst Recommendations
First Call Mean (FC): Buy (44 firms)
Independent Mean (IM): Strong Buy (2 firms)
First Call Mean is the mean of all analysts covering the company.
Independent Mean is the mean of only independent analysts (i.e. those
who do not engage in investment banking business) which includes
quantitative firms that are not included in the FC mean.
Sell Reduce Hold Buy Strong
Buy
IM FC
Key Information
Price (06/21/11) (USD) 61.89
52-Week High (USD) 85.98
52-Week Low (USD) 44.30
Market Cap (USD) 19.6B
Avg Daily Vol 4.1M
Exchange NEW YORK
Dividend Yield 1.3%
Annual Dividend (USD) 0.79
Trailing PE 14.3
Forward PE 11.4
Forward PEG 1.8
LTG Forecast 5.0%
Exp Report Date 08/04/11
Annual Revenue (USD) 9.1B
ROE 2.7%
Inst. Ownership 76.4%
1-Mo Return -11.0%
3-Mo Return -22.8%
1-Yr Return 14.8%
Price Charts
1-Year 5-Year
Business Description
Transocean Ltd. (Transocean) is an international provider of offshore contract drilling services for
oil and gas wells. The Company operates in two segments: contract drilling services and other
operations. Contract drilling services, the Company's primary business, includes contracting
Transocean's mobile offshore drilling fleet, related equipment and work crews primarily on a day
rate basis to drill oil and gas wells. Its other operations segment includes drilling management
services, and oil and gas properties. It participates in oil and gas exploration and production
activities. In November 2010, it purchased a PPL Pacific Class 400 design High-Specification
Jackup, which is under construction at PPL Shipyard Pte Ltd. in Singapore. Subsequent to the year
ended December 31, 2010, it completed the sale of the High-Specification Jackup Trident 20.
During 2010, Transocean acquired GSF Explorer and completed the sale of two Midwater Floaters,
GSF Arctic II and GSF.
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Average Score
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The Average Score combines the quantitative analysis of six widely-used investment decision making tools:
Earnings, Fundamental, Relative Valuation, Risk, Price Momentum and Insider Trading. A simple average of the
underlying component ratings is normally distributed to rank stocks on a 1-10 scale (10 being awarded to the
highest scored). These factors may be evaluated differently using alternative methodologies and the importance
of individual factors varies across supersectors, sectors, market capitalization and investment styles. Additional
criteria should always by used to evaluate a stock.
Indicator Components
Positive
Neutral
Negative
No Rating
Details
Earnings
See Page 3
Fundamental
See Page 5
Relative
Valuation
See Page 6
Risk
See Page 8
Price
Momentum
See Page 9
Insider
Trading
See Page 10
Optimized Score
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Historically, companies with an
optimized score of 6 have tended to
perform in-line with the market over
the following 12-month period.
As an alternative approach to equally weighting each of the six factors,
independent research firm, Gradient Analytics, conducted a backtest to
empirically determine the optimal factor blend. Results and weighting vary across
four different market capitalization categories. For large cap stocks, price
momentum and insider trading historically provided the most explanatory power
among the six factors and are weighted heavily in the current optimized score.
Among the small cap universe, the earnings and fundamental factors joined with
insider trading and price momentum to explain returns.
Peer Analysis
Ticker
Average
Score
Market
Cap
(USD)
Price
(06/21/11)
(USD)
Dividend
Yield
Trailing
PE
Forward
PE
Forward
PEG
LTG
Forecast
Annual
Revenue
(USD)
Net
Margin
1-Mo
Return
3-Mo
Return
1-Yr
Return
SLB 7 111B 83.50 1.2% 27.8 19.5 1.0 18.7% 30.6B 10.8% 0.0% -6.9% 38.4%
HAL 7 42.1B 47.13 0.8% 19.3 13.8 0.7 20.2% 19.5B 9.7% -0.1% 3.1% 74.2%
BHI 6 30.1B 70.64 0.9% 26.1 15.5 0.6 27.5% 16.4B 8.4% 0.7% 0.0% 60.2%
NOV 6 29.2B 71.72 0.6% 17.3 16.0 1.3 12.4% 12.3B 12.9% 5.8% -9.7% 92.1%
RIG 3 19.6B 61.89 1.3% 14.3 11.4 1.8 6.3% 9.1B 14.5% -11.0% -22.8% 14.8%
WFT 2 12.7B 17.59 -- 28.4 15.8 1.0 16.0% 10.7B 2.1% -10.8% -15.5% 16.3%
ESV 9 11.7B 52.00 2.7% 16.6 11.3 0.4 30.5% 1.7B 33.9% -6.5% -9.8% 27.6%
CAM 4 11.3B 46.99 -- 19.5 16.0 1.2 13.8% 6.3B 7.3% -2.4% -22.8% 26.2%
FTI 3 9.6B 41.04 -- 28.3 21.7 1.3 16.8% 4.1B 7.9% -3.0% -13.0% 49.3%
NE 4 9.5B 38.57 1.5% 21.7 13.2 0.9 15.0% 2.5B 9.3% -5.9% -15.0% 23.0%
DO 9 9.4B 68.02 0.7% 10.6 10.9 0.9 12.2% 3.3B 31.1% -5.3% -13.1% 5.1%
Average 5.5 26.9B -- 1.2% 20.9 15.0 1.0 17.2% 10.6B 13.5% -3.5% -11.4% 38.8%
Median 6.0 12.7B -- 1.0% 19.5 15.5 1.0 16.0% 9.1B 9.7% -3.0% -13.0% 27.6%
Peer Group
SLB SCHLUMBERGER ESV ENSCO PLC - ADR
HAL HALLIBURTON COMPANY CAM CAMERON INTERNATIONAL
BHI BAKER HUGHES FTI FMC TECHNOLOGIES
NOV NATL OILWELL VARCO NE NOBLE
WFT WEATHERFORD INTERNTL DO DIAMOND OFFSHR DRILL
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Earnings
Indicator Description
The Earnings Indicator displays stocks on a
scale of 1-10 with 10 being awarded to the
strongest stocks based on a combination of
three earnings factors: earnings surprise,
broker recommendation changes and
estimate revision. Each component is equally
weighted. A stock needs to have at least two
of the three earnings factors in order to
receive a final earnings score.
Indicator
#!$/+/%& Peers
BHI 10
NOV 9
ESV 7
WFT 2
Averages
Oil Equip. & Services Sector 5.1
Oil & Gas Supersector 5
S&P 500 Index 6.4
Giant Market Cap 6.7
Indicator Trend
Positive
Neutral
Negative
1 Y
Ago
6 M
Ago
3 M
Ago
1 M
Ago
2 W
Ago
Current
3
2 2 2 2
1
Last 5 Years
Best Worst Average
10 - (02/14/10) 1 - (06/19/11) 6.2
Indicator Sub-Components
Earnings Surprise
(33.3% Weight)
Estimate Revision
(33.3% Weight)
Broker Rec Changes
(33.3% Weight)
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Last 4 Quarters
# Positive Surprises (> 2%) 0
# Negative Surprises (< -2%) 2
# In-Line (within 2%) 2
Avg Surprise -11.7%
Last 4 Weeks
# Up Revisions 0
# Down Revisions 12
Avg Up Revisions 0.0%
Avg Down Revisions -27.3%
Last 120 Days
# Upgrades 11
# Downgrades 5
Highlights
- RIG currently has an Earnings Rating of 1, which
is significantly more bearish than the Oil Equip &
Services Subsector average of 5.6. RIG scores
a bearish 4 or less for two of three component
ratings: Earnings Surprise (1) and Estimate
Revision (2).
- Over the past three years, the company has
reported 0 positive (>2%), 2 negative (<-2%),
and 2 in-line (within 2%) surprises. The average
surprise for this time period has been -11.7%.
Most recently on 05/04/11, the company reported
quarterly earnings of 0.59 per share, a negative
surprise of -22.6% below the consensus 0.76.
- RIG's current quarter consensus estimate has
decreased notably over the past 90 days from
1.30 to 0.88, a loss of -32.3%. This trails the
average Oil Equip & Services Subsector move
of -6.0% during the same time period.
Price Target
The chart below indicates where analysts predict the stock price will be within
the next 12 months, as compared to the current price. The high, low, and
mean price targets are presented.
160
140
120
100
80
60
Current Price 12-Month Price Target
61.89
Mean
High
Low
12-Month Price Target
Mean (USD) 85.00
High (USD) 120.00
Low (USD) 65.00
Target vs.
Current
37.3%
# of Analysts 33
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Earnings Per Share
Earnings per share (EPS) is calculated by dividing a company's
earnings by the number of shares outstanding. Analysts tend to
interpret a pattern of increasing earnings as a sign of strength
and flat or falling earnings as a sign of weakness. The charts
below provide a comparison between a company's actual and
estimated EPS, including the high and low forecasts.
1.80
1.50
1.20
0.90
0.60
0.30
06-10 09-10 12-10 03-11 06-11 09-11
Quarterly
Actuals Estimates
1.67
1.36
0.68
0.59
Mean
High
Low
12
10
8
6
4
2
2009 2010 2011 2012
Annual
Actuals Estimates
11.40
5.93
Mean
High
Low
06-11 09-11
FC Mean (USD) 0.88 1.27
High (USD) 1.36 1.57
Low (USD) 0.42 0.99
# of Analysts 35 34
2011 2012
FC Mean (USD) 4.33 6.29
High (USD) 5.60 8.32
Low (USD) 3.39 4.85
# of Analysts 30 44
NA = No Actual or Estimated EPS NA = No Actual or Estimated EPS
Mean Estimate Trend
Q
06-11
Q
09-11
Y
2011
Y
2012
Price
Target
Current (USD) 0.88 1.27 4.33 6.29 85.00
30 Days Ago (USD) 0.94 1.34 4.57 6.36 85.70
90 Days Ago (USD) 1.30 1.55 5.42 6.77 87.40
% Chg - Last 90 Days -32.3% -18.1% -20.2% -7.1% -2.7%
Next Expected Report Date: 08/04/11
Distribution of Analyst Recommendations
Strong Buy
Buy
Hold
Reduce
Sell
12
1
14
1
18
0
0
0
0
0
First Call Mean
Independent Mean
Earnings Surprise
Investors frequently compare a company's actual earnings to the
mean expectation of professional analysts. The difference
between the two is referred to as a "positive" or "negative"
surprise. Academic research has shown that when a company
reports a surprise, it is often followed by more of the same surprise
type.
Surprise Summary - Last 12 Quarters
Surprise Type # %
Positive Quarters (> 2%) 3 25.0%
Negative Quarters (< -2%) 4 33.3%
In-Line Quarters (within 2%) 5 41.7%
Surprise Detail - Last 6 Periods
Surprise
Type
Announce
Date
Period End
Date
Actual
EPS
(USD)
Mean
EPS
(USD)
Surprise
(%)
NEGATIVE 05/04/11 03/11 0.590 0.762 -22.6%
NEGATIVE 02/23/11 12/10 0.680 0.891 -23.7%
IN-LINE 11/03/10 09/10 1.360 1.358 0.1%
IN-LINE 08/04/10 06/10 1.670 1.684 -0.8%
POSITIVE 05/05/10 03/10 2.220 2.098 5.8%
NEGATIVE 02/24/10 12/09 2.210 2.561 -13.7%
Annual Revenue
A pattern of increasing sales in
conjunction with a rising EPS may
influence a buy recommendation, while
flat or falling sales and faltering earnings
may explain a sell recommendation. A
rising EPS with flat or falling sales may
result from increased cost efficiency and
margins, rather than market expansion.
This chart shows the sales forecast
trend of all analysts and the highest and
lowest projections for the current and
next fiscal year.
11.9B
11.2B
10.5B
9.8B
9.1B
8.4B
2009 2010 2011 2012
Actuals Estimates
11.6B
9.6B
Mean
High
Low
2011 2012
Mean (USD) 9.6B 10.5B
High (USD) 10.0B 11.3B
Low (USD) 8.9B 9.8B
Forecasted
Growth
0.5% 10.0%
# of Analysts 35 35
NA = No Actual or Estimated Revenue
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Fundamental
Indicator Description
The Fundamental Indicator displays stocks
on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being awarded to
the strongest stocks based on a combination
of four fundamental component factors:
profitability, debt, earnings quality, and
dividend. Each component is equally
weighted. A stock needs to have at least
three of the four fundamental factors present
for a given fiscal quarter in order to receive a
final fundamental score. Companies that do
not pay a dividend are not penalized.
Indicator
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ESV 10
NOV 8
BHI 5
WFT 2
Averages
Oil Equip. & Services Sector 5.3
Oil & Gas Supersector 5.1
S&P 500 Index 6.5
Giant Market Cap 6.8
Indicator Trend
Positive
Neutral
Negative
12-09 03-10 06-10 09-10 12-10 03-11
9
6
5
4
2
4
Last 5 Years
Best Worst Average
10 - (09/30/09) 2 - (12/31/10) 7.7
Indicator Sub-Components
Profitability
(25% weight)
Debt
(25% weight)
Earnings Quality
(25% weight)
Dividend
(25% weight)
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Revenue Growth -17.4%
For year over year
ending 03/11
Gross Margin 20.1%
For trailing 4 qtrs
ending 03/11
Return on Equity 2.7%
For trailing 4 qtrs
ending 03/11
Net Margin 14.5%
For trailing 4 qtrs
ending 03/11
Current Ratio 1.8
For year over year
ending 03/11
Debt-to-Capital 30.1%
For trailing 4 qtrs
ending 12/10
Interest Funding 17.9%
For trailing 4 qtrs
ending 03/11
Interest Coverage 2.5
For trailing 4 qtrs
ending 03/11
Days Sales in Inv. 36.9
For period ending
12/10
Days Sales in Rec. 85.8
For period ending
12/10
Div. Growth Rate --
For year over year
ending --
Dividend Funding 0.0%
For trailing 4 qtrs
ending 03/11
Dividend Coverage --
For trailing 4 qtrs
ending --
Current Div. Yield 1.3%
For trailing 4 qtrs
ending 06/11
Highlights
- RIG currently has a Fundamental Rating of 3, which is
significantly more bearish than the Oil Equip. & Services
Subsector average of 5.2.
- Of the 75 firms within the Oil Equip. & Services Subsector,
TRANSOCEAN LTD is among the 20 companies that pay a
dividend. The stock's dividend yield is currently 1.3%.
- The company's days sales in inventory has been lower than its
Subsector average for each of the past five years.
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Relative Valuation
Indicator Description
The Relative Valuation Indicator displays
stocks on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being
awarded to the strongest stocks based on a
combination of three component factors:
Forward PEG (50%), Trailing PE (25%), and
Forward PE (25%). A stock needs to have at
least one of the three relative valuation factors
present in order to receive a final relative
valuation score.
Indicator
Multiples relatively in-line with the market.
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Peers
ESV 9
BHI 7
WFT 5
NOV 4
Averages
Oil Equip. & Services Sector 4
Oil & Gas Supersector 5.2
S&P 500 Index 5.8
Giant Market Cap 6
Indicator Trend
Positive
Neutral
Negative
1 Y
Ago
6 M
Ago
3 M
Ago
1 M
Ago
2 W
Ago
Current
NA*
6 6
4 4 4
Last 5 Years
Best Worst Average
10 - (08/22/10) 4 - (06/19/11) 8.9
Indicator Sub-Components
Forward PEG
(50% weight)
Trailing PE
(25% weight)
Forward PE
(25% weight)
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Fwd. PEG 1.8
5-Yr Avg 0.7
Rel. to 5-Yr Avg. >100%
Premium
S&P 500 Fwd. PEG 1.5
Rel. To S&P 500 21% Premium
Tr. PE 14.3
5-Yr Avg 15.1
Rel. to 5-Yr Avg. 6% Discount
S&P 500 Tr. PE 19.6
Rel. To S&P 500 27% Discount
Fwd. PE 11.4
5-Yr Avg 9.8
Rel. to 5-Yr Avg. 16% Premium
S&P 500 Fwd. PE 16.2
Rel. To S&P 500 30% Discount
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Highlights
- Compared to the Oil Equip & Services Subsector, RIG is
currently trading at a significant discount based on both
Trailing P/E and Forward P/E.
- RIG's Forward PEG of 1.8 represents a >100% Premium to
its 5-year average of 0.7. If the Forward PEG returned to
historical form, the stock would trade at 23.11.
- RIG's Trailing P/E of 14.3 represents a 6% Discount to its 5-
year average of 15.1.
Trailing PE
Trailing P/E is calculated using the most recent closing price
(updated weekly) divided by the sum of the four most recently
reported quarterly earnings.
Trailing PE 14.3 Index Avg 19.6
5yr Avg 15.1 Sector Avg 25.9
Forward PE
Forward P/E is calculated using the most recent closing price
(updated weekly) divided by the sum of the four upcoming
quarterly consensus estimates.
Forward PE 11.4 Index Avg 16.2
5yr Avg 9.8 Sector Avg 19.8
Forward PEG
Forward PEG is calculated by dividing the Forward P/E by the
five-year, long term forecasted growth rate.
Forward PEG 1.8 Index Avg 1.5
5yr Avg 0.7 Sector Avg 1.6
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Risk
Indicator Description
The Risk Indicator displays stocks on a scale
of 1-10 with 10 being awarded to the least
risky stocks. 'Risk' is derived by looking at a
series of long (60-month) and short (90-day)
term stock performance measures including
volatility (standard deviation), magnitude of
returns (best and worst day and month), beta
(movement versus broader market), and
correlation to the relevant index.
Indicator
Consistent return patterns (low volatility).
$+&6 Peers
ESV 9
BHI 7
NOV 6
WFT 5
Averages
Oil Equip. & Services Sector 6.6
Oil & Gas Supersector 5.4
S&P 500 Index 8.5
Giant Market Cap 8.8
Indicator Trend
Positive
Neutral
Negative
1 Y
Ago
6 M
Ago
3 M
Ago
1 M
Ago
2 W
Ago
Current
8
9
8
9 9 9
Last 5 Years
Best Worst Average
10 - (05/23/10) 4 - (10/26/08) 7.8
Indicator Sub-Components
Magnitude of Returns
(25% weight)
Volatility
(25% weight)
Beta (1-year)
(25% weight)
Correlation
(25% weight)
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RIG
Daily Returns (last 90)
Best 4.0%
Worst -3.7%
Monthly Returns (last 60)
Best 26.3%
Worst -33.1%
Standard Deviation
Last 90 Days 1.77
Last 60 Months 11.05
Intra-Day Swing
Last 90 Days Avg 2.7%
Last 90 Days Largest 8.6%
Beta vs. S&P 500 1.31
Positive Days Only 0.95
Negative Days Only 1.74
Beta vs. Sector 1.06
Positive Days Only 1.09
Negative Days Only 1.23
Correlation vs. S&P 500
Last 90 Days 56%
Last 60 Months 42%
Correlation vs. Sector
Last 90 Days 53%
Last 60 Months 56%
Highlights
- RIG currently has a Risk Rating of 9 while the S&P 500 index
has an average rating of 8.5.
- On days when the market is up, RIG tends to perform in-line
with the S&P 500 index. However, on days when the market
is down, the shares generally decrease by more than the S&P
500 index does.
- In both short-term and long-term periods, RIG has shown high
correlation (>=0.4) with the S&P 500 index. Thus, this stock
would provide only low levels of diversification to a portfolio
similar to the broader market.
- Over the past 90 days, RIG shares have been more volatile
than the overall market. The stock's average daily price
fluctuations have exceeded that of all S&P 500 index firms.
Risk and Reward Analysis
Last 90 Days Last 60 Months
Best
Daily
Return
Worst
Daily
Return
#
Days
Up
#
Days
Down
Largest
Intra-
Day
Swing
Best
Monthly
Return
Worst
Monthly
Return
RIG 4.0% -3.7% 31 33 8.6% 26.3% -33.1%
S&P 500 1.4% -2.3% 33 29 2.4% 9.4% -16.9%
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Price Momentum
Indicator Description
The Price Momentum Indicator displays
stocks on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being
awarded to the strongest stocks based on a
combination of two technical performance
factors: relative strength (70% weight) and
seasonality (30% weight). A stock's 1-month,
3-month, and 6-month relative strength
indicators are considered and combined. The
seasonality measure reflects a stock's and
subsector's historic price performance for
each month over the past 10 years.
Indicator
Weak recent relative price performance or
entering historically poor seasonal period.
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BHI 6
NOV 5
ESV 3
WFT 1
Averages
Oil Equip. & Services Sector 5.1
Oil & Gas Supersector 4.8
S&P 500 Index 5.9
Giant Market Cap 5.9
Indicator Trend
Positive
Neutral
Negative
1 Y
Ago
6 M
Ago
3 M
Ago
1 M
Ago
2 W
Ago
Current
1
7 7
2
1 1
Last 5 Years
Best Worst Average
10 - (01/30/11) 1 - (06/19/11) 6.2
Indicator Sub-Components
Relative Strength
(70% weight)
Seasonality
(30%weight)
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Relative Strength Indicator
(scale 1-100, 100 being the best)
RIG Subsector
Avg
Last 1 Month 35 42
Last 3 Months 43 48
Last 6 Months 46 50
Last 10 Years
Avg JUN
Return
Avg JUL
Return
Avg AUG
Return
Company Avg -4.5% -4.8% -0.2%
Subsector Avg -0.6% -1.0% 0.2%
Subsector Rank 48 of 104 90 of 104 81 of 104
Price Performance
Daily closing pricing data is used to calculate the price
performance of a stock over five periods. The performance of
the S&P 500 is also displayed as a means of comparison.
1 Week
1 Month
3 Month
YTD
1 Year
-3.3%
0.6%
-11%
-2.8%
-22.8%
-0.2%
-11%
3%
14.8%
16.4%
RIG
S&P 500
RIG
(USD)
S&P 500
Close Price (06/21/11) 61.89 1296
52-Week High 85.98 1364
52-Week Low 44.30 1023
- On 06/21/11, RIG closed at 61.89, 28.0% below its 52-week
high and 39.7% above its 52-week low.
- RIG shares are currently trading 9.8% below their 50-day
moving average of 68.60, and 13.6% below their 200-day
moving average of 71.64.
- The S&P 500 is currently 5.0% below its 52-week high and
26.7% above its 52-week low.
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Insider Trading
Indicator Description
The Insider Trading Indicator displays
stocks on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being
awarded to the strongest stocks based on
short-term and long-term legal insider trading
behavior. The short-term view (60% weight)
focuses primarily on insider transactions
within the past 90 days. The long-term view
(40% weight) looks at buying, selling and
option exercise decisions over the past six
months relative to other stocks within the
same supersector.
Indicator
+/&+.#$
*$!.+/%
Peers
ESV 7
WFT 5
NOV 3
BHI 1
Averages
Oil Equip. & Services Sector 4.8
Oil & Gas Supersector 5.1
S&P 500 Index 3.7
Giant Market Cap 3.6
Indicator Trend
Positive
Neutral
Negative
1 Y
Ago
6 M
Ago
3 M
Ago
1 M
Ago
2 W
Ago
Current
8
6
5
7 7
8
Last 5 Years
Best Worst Average
9 - (05/15/11) 1 - (05/18/08) 4.4
Indicator Sub-Components
Short-Term
(60% weight)
Long-Term
(40%weight)
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23*
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01+
RIG
RIG
01+
#&"
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23*
Purchases and Sells (Most recent transactions within the past 90 days)
Name Role Tran Date Tran Type Shares
Cason, Thomas W D 05/16/11-05/16/11 S 3,387
Last 6 Months
Total Shares Acquired 12,303
Total Shares Disposed 9,244
Net Shares (Acq - Disp) 3,059
Supersector Avg -91,126
Seasonal Sells - Quarterly & Yearly (values in USD)
Time-series data for each quarter over the past three years allows you to easily
analyze the longer-term trend in open-market insider selling.
Year Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Year Total
2011 0 0.24M -- -- 0.24M
2010 0.34M 0 0 0.24M 0.58M
2009 0 0.17M 0 0 0.17M
2008 16.2M 49.6M 1.34M 5.58M 72.7M
Seasonal Buys - Quarterly & Yearly (values in USD)
Time-series data for each quarter over the past three years allows you to easily
analyze the longer-term trend in open-market insider buying.
Year Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Year Total
2011 0 0 -- -- 0
2010 0 0 8,557 0 8,557
2009 0 0 0 0 0
2008 0 0 0 0.29M 0.29M
Institutional Holders (Updated weekly as of 06/18/11)
The top five institutional holders are presented based on the total number of shares
held.
Institution
Inst.
Type
# Shares
Held
Reported
Date
Fidelity Management & Research Inv Mgmt 31.7M 03/31/11
Paulson & Co. Inc. Inv Mgmt 24.5M 03/31/11
Transocean, Inc. Strategic 16.4M 04/20/10
Carmignac Gestion Inv Mgmt 8.79M 03/31/11
Franklin Mutual Advisers, LLC Inv Mgmt 8.61M 03/31/11
Top Executive Holders (Updated monthly as of 05/22/11)
The top five insider holders are presented based on the total number of direct
holdings. Indirect holdings are excluded.
Insider Name Role
# Direct
Shares
Values
(USD)
Reported
Date
Long, Robert L CEO 0.15M 10.3M 03/01/10
Grijalva, Victor Elias D 42,237 2.94M 04/15/11
Newman, Steven L CEO 20,482 1.42M 02/11/11
Mcnamara, Martin B D 19,053 1.32M 02/16/10
Rosa, Ricardo H CFO 12,216 0.85M 07/20/10
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The report is updated daily, although some of the data elements are updated weekly.

Average Score
The Average Score combines a quantitative analysis of six widely-used investment decision making
tools - Earnings, Fundamental, Relative Valuation, Risk, Price Momentum, and Insider Trading. First,
a simple average of the six underlying component ratings is calculated. Then, a normal distribution is
used to rank each stock on a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 being most favorable. A score of 8 to 10 is
considered positive, 4 to 7 is neutral, and 1 to 3 is negative. These six factors may be evaluated
differently using alternative methodologies, and the importance of individual factors varies across
sectors, market capitalization and investment styles. Additional criteria should always be used to
evaluate a stock.

! U.S. Coverage: Of the 5,300 stocks within the Thomson Reuters U.S. universe, approximately 70%
typically meet the criteria for generating an Average Score. Specifically, a stock must have
sufficient data available for at least four of the six component indicators.

Optimized Score
As an alternative to the average score, the Stock Report includes an Optimized Score generated by
independent research firm, Gradient Analytics. It uses the same six component ratings, but rather than
equally weighting each of the factors, the weighting varies by market capitalization of the underlying
security based on backtesting research. These scores are also updated weekly and distributed normally
on a 1 to 10 scale, with 10 being best. The variable size is assigned monthly by ranking the market
capitalization and assigning the appropriate category as follows:

Large - Top 5.55%
Mid - Next 13.87%
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Micro - Remaining 45.9%

Indicator Components
! The six indicators that comprise the stock rating are displayed. Like the stock rating, the
component rating scale is 1 to 10, with 10 being best. A company will receive an ‘NR’ for No
Rating if the required data elements or criteria are not met.
! The indicators are updated weekly.

Peer Analysis
! The Peer Analysis section of the report compares the company to its ten closest peers. The peers
are selected from the subsector group based on similar market capitalization. The peer listing may
have fewer than ten companies if there are fewer than ten companies within that subsector.
! The ICB industry classification system by Dow Jones and FTSE is used for the company
classifications. It allocates companies to the subsector whose definition most closely describes the
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within 19 supersectors.

Highlights
The Thomson Reuters proprietary automated text-generation system creates highlights summarizing
the most noteworthy data. The bullets will vary by company and will change from week to week as
different criteria are met.

Earnings

Indicator
The Earnings Rating is based on a combination of three factors: earnings surprise, estimate revision,
and broker recommendation changes. Each factor is equally weighted. A stock needs to have at least
two of the three earnings factors in order to receive a final earnings score. The company’s current
earnings indicator is presented for each factor alongside its four closest subsector peers based on
market capitalization.

! Earnings Surprise - The number of positive and negative surprises, along with the number of in-line
announcements within the last 4 quarters.
! Estimate Revision - The number of up and down revisions and the average percentage change of
those revisions within a 4 week period.
! Broker Recommendation Changes - The number of upgrades and downgrades in the last 120
days.

Indicator Trend
The best, worst, and average earnings indicator scores over the last five years allow users to put the
current score into historical context. The trend graph displays the company-level earnings indicator for
six time periods: 1 year ago, 6 months ago, 3 months ago, 1 month ago, 2 weeks ago, and current. If
there is no rating, an ‘NA’ is inserted.

Price Target
The price target is based on the predictions of analysts covering the stock and shows the high, low
and mean price expected within the next 12 months.

Earnings Per Share
The quarterly and annual earnings per share are presented, along with the mean, high and low.
Quarterly data is available for the past 4 quarters (actual) and the next 2 quarters (estimated). Annual
data is available for the past 2 years (actual) and the next 2 years (estimated).

Earnings Surprise
! The surprise summary includes the total number of quarters (and percentage) in the past 12
quarters in which earnings surprises were positive, negative, or in-line. In order to be recognized
as a 'positive surprise', the surprise percent must be greater than 2% above the consensus. A
'negative surprise' is any surprise that is more than -2% below the consensus. Finally, an 'in-line
surprise' is any surprise percent within 2% of the consensus.
! The surprise detail section includes detailed information on a company's quarterly earnings
reported for the most recent 6 quarters. The consensus analyst estimate is provided to determine
if the actual earnings report represented a positive surprise, negative surprise, or in-line result.

Mean Estimate Trend
The mean estimate trend shows how the consensus has changed over the past 30 and 90 days for the
upcoming two quarters and two years. The percentage change is calculated for the company as a
means for comparison by measuring the difference between the current consensus estimate and that
of 90 days ago.

Analyst Recommendations
The Stock Report presents two analyst surveys – the First Call Mean (FC), which is the mean of all
analysts covering the stock, and the Independent Mean (IM), the mean of only independent analysts,
or those who do not engage in investment banking business. The recommendations are presented on
a five-point scale: strong buy, buy, hold, reduce and sell.

Fundamental

Indicator
The Fundamental Rating is based on a combination of four fundamental component factors:
profitability, debt, earnings quality, and dividend. Each factor is equally weighted. A stock needs to
have at least three of the four fundamental factors present for a given fiscal quarter in order to receive
a final fundamental score. Companies that do not pay a dividend are not penalized. The company’s
current fundamental indicator is presented for each factor alongside its four closest subsector peers
based on market capitalization.

! Profitability is comprised of four data elements.
" Revenue Growth: (Net Sales – Previous Net Sales) / Previous Net Sales
" Gross Margin: Gross Profit / Net Sales
" Return on Equity: Net Income / Total Equity
" Net Margin: Net Profit / Net Sales
! Debt is comprised of four data elements.
" Current Ratio: Current Assets / Current Liabilities
" Debt-to-Capital: Total Debt / Total Capital
" Interest Funding: Interest Expense / Operating Cash Flow
" Interest Coverage: (Pre-Tax Income + Interest Expense) / Interest Expense
! Earnings Quality is comprised of two data elements.
" Days Sales in Inventory: 365 / (Cost of Goods Sold / Inventory)
" Days Sales in Receivables: 365 / (Net Sales (Revenues) / Receivables)
! Dividend is comprised of four data elements. The company must have a current dividend yield.
" Dividend Growth Rate: (Dividends per Share – Previous Dividends per Share) / Previous
Dividends per Share
" Dividend Funding: Dividends / Operating Cash Flow
" Dividend Coverage: (Pre-Tax Income + Interest Expense) / (Interest Expense + Dividends)
" Current Dividend Yield: Annual Dividends per Share / Current Market Price per Share

Indicator Trend
The best, worst and average fundamental indicator scores over the last five years allow users to put
the current score into historical context. The trend graph displays the company-level fundamental
indicator for the last 6 quarters. If there is no rating, an ‘NA’ is inserted.

Relative Valuation

Indicator
The Relative Valuation Rating is based on a combination of three component factors: Forward PEG
(50% weight), Trailing P/E (25% weight), and Forward P/E (25% weight). These common valuation
metrics are evaluated against the overall market, the index, and the company's own historic 5-year
averages. A stock needs to have at least one of the three relative valuation factors present in order to
receive a score. The company’s current relative valuation indicator is presented for each factor
alongside its four closest subsector peers based on market capitalization.

! Trailing P/E: Close Price / Most Recent 4 Quarters of Earnings
! Forward P/E: Close Price/ Upcoming 4 Quarters of Earnings
! Forward PEG: Forward P/E / Long-Term Forecasted Growth Rate

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Indicator Trend
The best, worst, and average relative valuation indicator scores over the last five years allow users to
put the current score into historical context. The trend graph displays the company-level relative
valuation indicator for six time periods: 1 year ago, 6 months ago, 3 months ago, 1 month ago, 2
weeks ago, and current. If there is no rating, an ‘NA’ is inserted.

Valuation Averages
! Negative values are excluded when calculating the averages.
! A maximum value of 100 is placed on Trailing P/E and Forward P/E and a maximum value of 5 is
placed on Forward PEG when calculating the averages. Higher values are rounded down to the
maximum for the averages.

Valuation Multiples
The valuation multiples provide the Trailing P/E, Forward P/E, and Forward PEG for the company and
the S&P 500 index average. In addition, a comparison of the current company’s values to its 5-year
average and the S&P 500 average are presented. A discount occurs when the company’s Trailing
P/E, Forward P/E, or Forward PEG is valued more favorably (lower) than that to which it is compared.

Risk

Indicator
The Risk Rating displays stocks on a scale of 1 to 10 with 10 being awarded to the least risky stocks.
It is derived by looking at a series of long-term (5-year) and short-term (90-day) stock performance
measures including volatility (40% weight), magnitude of returns (30% weight), beta (20% weight), and
correlation (10% weight). A stock needs to have at least two of the four risk factors in order to receive
a final score. The company’s current risk indicator is presented for each factor alongside its four
closest subsector peers based on market capitalization.

! Magnitude of Returns – The best / worst daily returns in the past 90 days and the best / worst
monthly returns in the past 60 months.
! Volatility – The standard deviation of the stock price over the last 90 days and last 60 months. The
average and largest intra-day stock swing is another measure of volatility.
! Beta – Measures how the stock performs versus the broader market based on the beta of the
company versus the S&P 500 and the sector.
! Correlation – Determines how correlated (or not) the stock is to the S&P 500 and the sector in the
last 90 days and last 60 months.

Indicator Trend
The best, worst, and average risk indicator scores over the last five years allow users to put the
current score into historical context. The trend graph displays the company-level risk indicator for six
time periods: 1 year ago, 6 months ago, 3 months ago, 1 month ago, 2 weeks ago, and current. If
there is no rating, an ‘NA’ is inserted.

Risk and Reward Analysis
Price analysis for the company and the S&P 500 is provided over two time periods. Daily analysis is
provided for the last 90 days, whereas monthly statistics are used for the last 60 months.

Price Momentum

Indicator
The Price Momentum Rating is based on a combination of two technical performance factors: relative
strength (70% weight) and seasonality (30% weight). A stock needs to have data for the relative
strength factor in order to receive a price momentum score. The company’s current price momentum
indicator is presented for each factor alongside its four closest subsector peers based on market
capitalization.

! Relative Strength – The relative strength of the company for the last 1 month, 3 months, and 6
months on a scale of 1 to 100.
! Seasonality – The average monthly return (price performance) for the current month and next 2
months for the company and subsector, over the past 10 years. A lower subsector rank indicates a
higher return.

Indicator Trend
The best, worst, and average price momentum indicator scores over the last five years allow users to
put the current score into historical context. The trend graph displays the company-level price
momentum indicator for six time periods: 1 year ago, 6 months ago, 3 months ago, 1 month ago, 2
weeks ago, and current. If there is no rating, an ‘NA’ is inserted.

Price Performance
Daily close pricing data is used to calculate the price performance of a stock. The performance of the
S&P 500 is also displayed as a means of comparison.
Insider Trading

Indicator
The Insider Trading Rating is based on short-term (60% weight) and long-term (40% weight) legal
insider trading behavior. A stock needs to have at least one of the two insider trading factors in order
to receive a score. The company’s current insider trading indicator is presented for each factor
alongside its four closest subsector peers based on market capitalization.

! Short-Term Insider – Uses insider buy and sell transactions within the past 90 days. This factor is
based on the Thomson Reuters quantitative insider trading model that considers the insider's role,
consensus, number of shares, market capitalization of the company, and the historic stock
performance following trades by the given insider.
! Long-Term Insider – Looks at buying, selling and option exercise decisions over the past six
months relative to other stocks within the same supersector. The net shares are presented
alongside the supersector average as a means of comparison.

Indicator Trend
The best, worst, and average insider trading indicator scores over the last five years allow users to put
the current score into historical context. The trend graph displays the company-level insider trading
indicator for six time periods: 1 year ago, 6 months ago, 3 months ago, 1 month ago, 2 weeks ago,
and current. If there is no rating, an ‘NA’ is inserted.

Seasonal $ Sells / Buys
The seasonal $ quarterly and yearly sell / buy section provides time-series data that allows an easy
analysis of the longer-term trend in open-market insider buying and selling (option acquisitions are not
considered). Data is presented based on the market value of the transactions. Transactions by trusts
and corporations are excluded, along with buys greater than $10 million and sales greater than $50
million. The transaction totals within each quarter are the sum of all buys or sells for that time period.
Each quarter is a calendar quarter, January through March, April through June, etc. The value for the
full year is the sum of each of the four quarterly averages.

Institutional and Executive Holders
The top five institutional and executive holders of the company are listed in descending order, based
on their total direct common share holdings (options are not considered). Indirect holdings are
excluded, as the owner may not actually have investment discretion over these shares. This table is
updated monthly. Insiders who have not filed any transactions or holdings over the past two years are
excluded as this may indicate that the individual is no longer associated with the company.
Additionally, direct shares held must be greater than 1,000 to be considered.

Insider Roles
AF - Affiliate CT - Chief Technology Officer R - Retired
B - Beneficial Owner D - Director SH - Shareholder
CB - Chairman EVP - Exec Vice President SVP - Senior Vice President
CEO - Chief Executive Officer GC - General Counsel T - Trustee
CFO - Chief Financial Officer O - Officer TR - Treasurer
CM - Committee Member OH - Other VC - Vice Chairman
CO - Chief Operating Officer P - President VP - Vice President


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1B 30.7 10. Fundamental.0% Annual Revenue (USD) 30.1B Net Margin 10.9% 3. Price Momentum and Insider Trading.5 28.2% 60.6B 19.3% 27.0% -10.0% 5. companies with an optimized score of 6 have tended to perform in-line with the market over the following 12-month period.7B Price (06/21/11) Dividend (USD) Yield 83.3 26. Risk.0% -0.3B 9. A simple average of the underlying component ratings is normally distributed to rank stocks on a 1-10 scale (10 being awarded to the highest scored).2% 92.3 1.6B 9.8% 16.9B 12.9 15.2 1.1% -11.5% -3.8 15.4% -3.0 21.7B 1.0% 30.7 13.4% 12.7B 11.7% 1-Mo Return 0.6% Peer Group SLB HAL BHI NOV WFT SCHLUMBERGER HALLIBURTON COMPANY BAKER HUGHES NATL OILWELL VARCO WEATHERFORD INTERNTL ESV CAM FTI NE DO ENSCO PLC .57 68.0 LTG Forecast 18.0 0.6% 1.6B 9.9% 0.4 15.3% -2.5% 0.8% -11. market capitalization and investment styles.5B 16.3B 9.59 52.6 19. the earnings and fundamental factors joined with insider trading and price momentum to explain returns.8 1. Relative Valuation.5% 13.5 6.+-#.0% 1-Yr Return 38.2% 17.7B 6.3 16.89 17.0% -15.5 13.1 17. &'($# Historically.5 Forward Forward PE PEG 19.3% 16.8% 9.1% 13.64 71.6B 12.9% 9.5% 2.8% 16.2% 0.5% 9.3 0.2% 16. Indicator Components Earnings Positive Fundamental Relative Valuation Risk Price Momentum Insider Trading Neutral Negative No Rating Details See Page 3 See Page 5 See Page 6 See Page 8 See Page 9 See Page 10 Optimized Score ()*+.3 21.7% 1.0 1.1% 14. price momentum and insider trading historically provided the most explanatory power among the six factors and are weighted heavily in the current optimized score.4% 6. All rights reserved.9% 14.5 16.0% Trailing PE 27.0% -9. conducted a backtest to empirically determine the optimal factor blend.02 --1.6 20. Among the small cap universe.7% 20.2 10.3B 10.3 14.9% 7.4B 12.3 28.0% 12.8% 0.7% --1. 2011 for RIG-N Average Score !"#$!%# &'($# The Average Score combines the quantitative analysis of six widely-used investment decision making tools: Earnings.7B 11.8% 15.7 0.6% 26.7% 5.9 19.9 0.8% 27.4% 74.3% -3.4% -13.1B 10.0% 3-Mo Return -6.1B 29.1B 2.13 70.9 1.5% -9.8% -15. independent research firm.0 15.0% -13.4 1.1% 38.3B 4. . These factors may be evaluated differently using alternative methodologies and the importance of individual factors varies across supersectors.8% -6.8 19. sectors.8% -22.99 41.3% 23.5% -2. Peer Analysis Ticker SLB HAL BHI NOV RIG WFT ESV CAM FTI NE DO Average Median Average Score 7 7 6 6 3 2 9 4 3 4 9 5.2% 1. For large cap stocks.1% 0. Results and weighting vary across four different market capitalization categories.8% -13.2% 49.5B 9.5% 12.4 16.9% -5.4B 26.04 38.7% 8.0 Market Cap (USD) 111B 42.2B 19.72 61.5B 3. Additional criteria should always by used to evaluate a stock.5 1.Stock Report (10-Page) Updated June 22.8 11.1% 33. As an alternative approach to equally weighting each of the six factors.00 46.0% -5. Gradient Analytics.6 1.3% 31.50 47.3% 7.7% -22.1% 0.0 0.ADR CAMERON INTERNATIONAL FMC TECHNOLOGIES NOBLE DIAMOND OFFSHR DRILL Page 2 of 12 © 2011 Thomson Reuters.0 11.2% 27.

. Current # of Analysts 85.3% # Upgrades # Downgrades 11 5 Highlights .2 Indicator Sub-Components Earnings Surprise (33. & Services Sector Oil & Gas Supersector S&P 500 Index Giant Market Cap Peers 10 9 7 2 5. 12-Month Price Target 160 140 120 100 80 61. 2 negative (<-2%). the company has reported 0 positive (>2%).RIG currently has an Earnings Rating of 1. .6% below the consensus 0. Each component is equally weighted. low. the company reported quarterly earnings of 0.7% Last 4 Weeks # Up Revisions # Down Revisions Avg Up Revisions Avg Down Revisions Last 120 Days 0 12 0. 2011 for RIG-N Earnings Indicator Description The Earnings Indicator displays stocks on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being awarded to the strongest stocks based on a combination of three earnings factors: earnings surprise. All rights reserved.3% 33 60 Current Price 12-Month Price Target Page 3 of 12 © 2011 Thomson Reuters.1 5 6.0% -27.Stock Report (10-Page) Updated June 22. which is significantly more bearish than the Oil Equip & Services Subsector average of 5. a negative surprise of -22.0% during the same time period.4 6.76. This trails the average Oil Equip & Services Subsector move of -6. and mean price targets are presented.3% Weight) /(" 01+ 01+ #&" 01+ #&" /(" 23* /(" RIG 23* RIG #&" RIG 23* Last 4 Quarters # Positive Surprises (> 2%) # Negative Surprises (< -2%) # In-Line (within 2%) Avg Surprise 0 2 2 -11.00 37. The high. RIG scores a bearish 4 or less for two of three component ratings: Earnings Surprise (1) and Estimate Revision (2). Price Target The chart below indicates where analysts predict the stock price will be within the next 12 months. a loss of -32.00 65.88. .3% Weight) Broker Rec Changes (33. Most recently on 05/04/11.7 Indicator Trend !"#$%$&' (')%*+. A stock needs to have at least two of the three earnings factors in order to receive a final earnings score./3 1-" 5 5 5 5 .6. Indicator #!$/+/%& BHI NOV ESV WFT Averages Oil Equip.7%.RIG's current quarter consensus estimate has decreased notably over the past 90 days from 1. broker recommendation changes and estimate revision. 4 ('-+%$&' .59 per share. 5/6 7)**'8% 1-" Best 10 .Over the past three years.3% Weight) Estimate Revision (33. as compared to the current price.00 120./0 1-" 2/3 1-" 4/3 1-" .(02/14/10) Last 5 Years Worst 1 .30 to 0.(06/19/11) Average 6. The average surprise for this time period has been -11.89 Mean Low High Mean (USD) High (USD) Low (USD) Target vs. and 2 in-line (within 2%) surprises.3%.

360 1. while flat or falling sales and faltering earnings may explain a sell recommendation.891 1.Last 12 Quarters Surprise Type Positive Quarters (> 2%) Negative Quarters (< -2%) In-Line Quarters (within 2%) # 3 4 5 % 25.40 Estimates Estimates 2012 06-11 FC Mean (USD) High (USD) Low (USD) # of Analysts 0.50 1.6% -23. .60 3.3B 9.7% Annual Revenue A pattern of increasing sales in conjunction with a rising EPS may influence a buy recommendation.40 -2.6B 10.5B 11. This chart shows the sales forecast trend of all analysts and the highest and lowest projections for the current and next fiscal year.33 4.67 1.0B 8.93 Mean Low 11.561 Surprise Detail . Actual EPS (USD) 0.210 Mean EPS (USD) 0.9B 0.0% 35 9.99 34 FC Mean (USD) High (USD) Low (USD) # of Analysts 2011 4.29 8. rather than market expansion.30 -32.8B 9.680 1.6B Actuals Estimates 2011 Mean (USD) High Mean 2012 10.8% 5. 11.77 -7.34 1.36 0.57 5.5B 9.2B 10.36 High Mean Low and flat or falling earnings as a sign of weakness.59 1.90 0.70 87.42 -20.88 0.1% -0.36 6.80 1.8B 10.27 1.9B 11.85 44 NA = No Actual or Estimated EPS NA = No Actual or Estimated EPS Mean Estimate Trend Q 06-11 Current (USD) 30 Days Ago (USD) 90 Days Ago (USD) % Chg . it is often followed by more of the same surprise type. The charts below provide a comparison between a company's actual and estimated EPS.220 2.4B 11.098 2. 2011 for RIG-N Earnings Per Share Earnings per share (EPS) is calculated by dividing a company's earnings by the number of shares outstanding. A rising EPS with flat or falling sales may result from increased cost efficiency and margins.27 1.29 6.30 06-10 09-10 12-10 03-11 06-11 09-11 0.Stock Report (10-Page) Updated June 22.32 4.1B 8.33 5.68 0. Annual Actuals 12 10 8 6 4 2 2009 2010 2011 High 5.0% 33.2% Y 2012 6.8% -13.1% Y 2011 4. including the high and low forecasts.670 2.39 30 2012 6.Last 90 Days 0.5% 35 High (USD) Low (USD) Forecasted Growth # of Analysts 9. Analysts tend to interpret a pattern of increasing earnings as a sign of strength Quarterly Actuals 1.42 35 09-11 1.7% surprise.88 1.762 0.1% Price Target 85.684 2.20 0.94 1.6B Low NA = No Actual or Estimated Revenue 2009 2010 2011 2012 Page 4 of 12 © 2011 Thomson Reuters.3% Distribution of Analyst Recommendations Q 09-11 1.57 0.7% 0. The difference between the two is referred to as a "positive" or "negative" Surprise Summary .55 -18. All rights reserved.7% Strong Buy Buy Hold Reduce Sell 0 0 0 0 0 12 1 14 1 18 First Call Mean Independent Mean Next Expected Report Date: 08/04/11 Earnings Surprise Investors frequently compare a company's actual earnings to the mean expectation of professional analysts.Last 6 Periods Surprise Type NEGATIVE NEGATIVE IN-LINE IN-LINE POSITIVE NEGATIVE Announce Date 05/04/11 02/23/11 11/03/10 08/04/10 05/05/10 02/24/10 Period End Date 03/11 12/10 09/10 06/10 03/10 12/09 Surprise (%) -22.3% 41.60 0.590 0. Academic research has shown that when a company reports a surprise.00 85.358 1.

8 30. .7 Indicator Sub-Components Profitability (25% weight) Debt (25% weight) #&" /(" 01+ 01+ #&" /(" 23* Earnings Quality (25% weight) Dividend (25% weight) #&" #&" /(" RIG 23* RIG RIG 01+ /(" 23* 01+ RIG 23* Revenue Growth For year over year ending 03/11 -17.5=>? >4=..3% Gross Margin For trailing 4 qtrs ending 03/11 Debt-to-Capital For trailing 4 qtrs ending 12/10 Days Sales in Rec. A stock needs to have at least three of the four fundamental factors present for a given fiscal quarter in order to receive a final fundamental score. significantly more bearish than the Oil Equip.> .1% 2. & Services TRANSOCEAN LTD is among the 20 companies that pay a Subsector average of 5.7% 14.9 85.1% 17. For period ending 12/10 36.5 6.> >?=. Companies that do not pay a dividend are not penalized. 2011 for RIG-N Fundamental Indicator Description The Fundamental Indicator displays stocks on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being awarded to the strongest stocks based on a combination of four fundamental component factors: profitability. Growth Rate For year over year ending -- -0.3 5. and dividend.> >4=. .0% -1. & Services Sector Oil & Gas Supersector S&P 500 Index Giant Market Cap ('-+%$&' . < 5 < Averages Oil Equip.5 Days Sales in Inv.9% 2.!. For period ending 12/10 Dividend Funding For trailing 4 qtrs ending 03/11 Return on Equity For trailing 4 qtrs ending 03/11 Interest Funding For trailing 4 qtrs ending 03/11 Dividend Coverage For trailing 4 qtrs ending -- Net Margin For trailing 4 qtrs ending 03/11 Interest Coverage For trailing 4 qtrs ending 03/11 Current Div. earnings quality. Page 5 of 12 © 2011 Thomson Reuters. Each component is equally weighted.2. The stock's dividend yield is currently 1. . Yield For trailing 4 qtrs ending 06/11 Highlights .Of the 75 firms within the Oil Equip.1 6. debt. All rights reserved. & Services Subsector.5% Current Ratio For year over year ending 03/11 1.3%.#/*!5 Indicator Trend Peers ESV NOV BHI WFT 10 8 5 2 5. dividend. Best 10 .8 !"#$%$&' ? 2 (')%*+.Stock Report (10-Page) Updated June 22.(12/31/10) Average 7.> >2=. which is .The company's days sales in inventory has been lower than its Subsector average for each of the past five years. Indicator 34/.RIG currently has a Fundamental Rating of 3.4% 20.8 Div.(09/30/09) Last 5 Years Worst 2 .5=.

S&P 500 Tr. Averages Oil Equip. PE Rel.8 16% Premium 16. Trailing PE (25%). PE Rel.8 6 (')%*+. $#5!*+"# "!54!*+(/ Indicator Trend !"#$%$&' 2 2 < < < Peers ESV BHI WFT NOV 9 7 5 4 4 5. S&P 500 Fwd.(06/19/11) Average 8.Stock Report (10-Page) Updated June 22. . PE 5-Yr Avg Rel.(08/22/10) Last 5 Years Worst 4 . PE 5-Yr Avg Rel.9 Indicator Sub-Components Forward PEG (50% weight) Trailing PE (25% weight) Forward PE (25% weight) 01+ #&" #&" RIG 01+ 23* /(" 23* /(" RIG #&" /(" RIG 01+ 23* Fwd. PEG 5-Yr Avg Rel. All rights reserved. A stock needs to have at least one of the three relative valuation factors present in order to receive a final relative valuation score.6 27% Discount Fwd. S&P 500 Fwd.7 >100% Premium 1. Indicator Multiples relatively in-line with the market. To S&P 500 11.1 6% Discount 19. to 5-Yr Avg. To S&P 500 1. & Services Sector Oil & Gas Supersector S&P 500 Index Giant Market Cap ('-+%$&' (19 . 2011 for RIG-N Relative Valuation Indicator Description The Relative Valuation Indicator displays stocks on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being awarded to the strongest stocks based on a combination of three component factors: Forward PEG (50%). To S&P 500 14.8 0.2 30% Discount Page 6 of 12 © 2011 Thomson Reuters. and Forward PE (25%). to 5-Yr Avg.5 21% Premium Tr.4 9./0 1-" 2/3 1-" 4/3 1-" . to 5-Yr Avg.2 5. PEG Rel./3 1-" 5/6 7)**'8% 1-" Best 10 .3 15.

1 Index Avg Sector Avg 19.5 1.3 represents a 6% Discount to its 5year average of 15.3 15.7 Index Avg Sector Avg 1. Trailing PE Trailing P/E is calculated using the most recent closing price (updated weekly) divided by the sum of the four most recently reported quarterly earnings. Forward PE 5yr Avg 11. long term forecasted growth rate. All rights reserved.RIG's Forward PEG of 1. .9 Forward PE Forward P/E is calculated using the most recent closing price (updated weekly) divided by the sum of the four upcoming quarterly consensus estimates. Forward PEG Forward PEG is calculated by dividing the Forward P/E by the five-year. RIG is currently trading at a significant discount based on both Trailing P/E and Forward P/E. 2011 for RIG-N Highlights . the stock would trade at 23.8 0. If the Forward PEG returned to historical form.6 25.Compared to the Oil Equip & Services Subsector.Stock Report (10-Page) Updated June 22.6 Page 7 of 12 © 2011 Thomson Reuters.1. .7.RIG's Trailing P/E of 14.8 represents a >100% Premium to its 5-year average of 0. Trailing PE 5yr Avg 14.8 Forward PEG 5yr Avg 1.8 Index Avg Sector Avg 16.2 19.4 9.11. .

05 2.6% 2.3% -33. RIG tends to perform in-line with the S&P 500 index.4% Worst Monthly Return -33. S&P 500 Positive Days Only Negative Days Only 1.RIG currently has a Risk Rating of 9 while the S&P 500 index has an average rating of 8.77 11.4 8.4% -3. However.95 1.3% 9.On days when the market is up.(10/26/08) Average 7. RIG shares have been more volatile than the overall market.6% Beta vs. @ ? ? ? Averages Oil Equip. Thus.09 1.8 (')%*+. RIG has shown high correlation (>=0. 2011 for RIG-N Risk Indicator Description The Risk Indicator displays stocks on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being awarded to the least risky stocks.0% 1. beta (movement versus broader market). and correlation to the relevant index.31 0. Indicator Consistent return patterns (low volatility). . .23 Correlation vs.9% Page 8 of 12 © 2011 Thomson Reuters.7% -2. Sector Positive Days Only Negative Days Only Correlation vs. & Services Sector Oil & Gas Supersector S&P 500 Index Giant Market Cap ('-+%$&' .4% Last 60 Months Best Monthly Return 26.5 8. The stock's average daily price fluctuations have exceeded that of all S&P 500 index firms.06 1.7% 8. . S&P 500 Last 90 Days Last 60 Months 56% 42% 53% 56% Monthly Returns (last 60) Intra-Day Swing Last 90 Days Avg Last 90 Days Largest Beta vs. Sector Last 90 Days Last 60 Months Highlights . this stock would provide only low levels of diversification to a portfolio similar to the broader market.In both short-term and long-term periods.Over the past 90 days.0% -3. the shares generally decrease by more than the S&P 500 index does.7% 26.1% -16./3 1-" 5/6 7)**'8% 1-" Best 10 ./0 1-" 2/3 1-" 4/3 1-" . magnitude of returns (best and worst day and month).3% 31 33 33 29 8. Indicator Trend !"#$%$&' @ ? $+&6 ESV BHI NOV WFT Peers 9 7 6 5 6.6 5.5. 'Risk' is derived by looking at a series of long (60-month) and short (90-day) term stock performance measures including volatility (standard deviation). Risk and Reward Analysis Last 90 Days Largest Best Worst # # IntraDaily Daily Days Days Day Return Return Up Down Swing RIG S&P 500 4.(05/23/10) Last 5 Years Worst 4 .74 1.Stock Report (10-Page) Updated June 22. .8 Indicator Sub-Components Magnitude of Returns (25% weight) Volatility (25% weight) Beta (1-year) (25% weight) Correlation (25% weight) 01+ #&" /(" 23* #&" RIG #&" RIG 01+ /(" 23* 01+ /(" 23* #&" RIG RIG 01+ 23* /(" Daily Returns (last 90) Best Worst Best Worst 4.1% Standard Deviation Last 90 Days Last 60 Months 1.4) with the S&P 500 index. on days when the market is down. All rights reserved.

4% -3. RIG closed at 61. & Services Sector Oil & Gas Supersector S&P 500 Index Giant Market Cap 5/6 7)**'8% 1-" Best 10 . The seasonality measure reflects a stock's and subsector's historic price performance for each month over the past 10 years.8% -0.8% -0.89.5% -0.(01/30/11) Last 5 Years Worst 1 .98 44. . ('-+%$&' . and 13.6% below their 200-day moving average of 71. Indicator Weak recent relative price performance or entering historically poor seasonal period. The performance of the S&P 500 is also displayed as a means of comparison.7% above its 52-week low.89 85. . All rights reserved.1 4. 1 Year Page 9 of 12 © 2011 Thomson Reuters.3% 0.64. 2011 for RIG-N Price Momentum Indicator Description The Price Momentum Indicator displays stocks on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being awarded to the strongest stocks based on a combination of two technical performance factors: relative strength (70% weight) and seasonality (30% weight). Indicator Trend !"#$%$&' : : Peers BHI NOV ESV WFT 6 5 3 1 5.9 (')%*+.2% -1. .8 5.8% below their 50-day moving average of 68.(06/19/11) Average 6.0% below its 52-week high and 39.2% 90 of 104 81 of 104 Price Performance Daily closing pricing data is used to calculate the price performance of a stock over five periods. )$+'# .60.7% above its 52-week low.RIG shares are currently trading 9.2 Indicator Sub-Components Relative Strength (70% weight) Seasonality (30%weight) 01+ /(" #&" 01+ /(" #&" RIG 23* RIG 23* Relative Strength Indicator (scale 1-100.Stock Report (10-Page) Updated June 22./3 1-" . 28.6% Close Price (06/21/11) 52-Week High 52-Week Low RIG (USD) 61. . 1 Week -11% -2. and 6-month relative strength indicators are considered and combined.0% below its 52-week high and 26.8% -22. 3-month.30 S&P 500 1296 1364 1023 1 Month 3 Month RIG S&P 500 YTD . .6% 48 of 104 Last 10 Years Avg JUL Avg AUG Return Return -4.The S&P 500 is currently 5.9 5.2% -11% 3% 14.(./0 1-" 2/3 1-" 4/3 1-" 5 .0% 0. A stock's 1-month.On 06/21/11.8% 16.#/*4. 100 being the best) Last 1 Month Last 3 Months Last 6 Months RIG 35 43 46 Subsector Avg 42 48 50 Company Avg Subsector Avg Subsector Rank Avg JUN Return -4. Averages Oil Equip.

79M 8. Ricardo H Role CEO D CEO D CFO # Direct Shares 0.15M 42.61M Reported Date 03/31/11 03/31/11 04/20/10 03/31/11 03/31/11 The top five insider holders are presented based on the total number of direct holdings. Inc.94M 1.4 Indicator Sub-Components Short-Term (60% weight) Long-Term (40%weight) RIG #&" 23* /(" 01+ #&" /(" 23* 01+ RIG Purchases and Sells Name Cason.34M Q4 -0. Martin B Rosa.Stock Report (10-Page) Updated June 22. Year Total 0.8 5.1 3.3M 2. selling and option exercise decisions over the past six months relative to other stocks within the same supersector.244 3. Carmignac Gestion Franklin Mutual Advisers.(05/18/08) Average 4.126 (values in USD) Seasonal Sells .Quarterly & Yearly Year 2011 2010 2009 2008 Q1 0 0 0 0 Q2 0 0 0 0 Q3 -8.303 9.#$ *$!. Robert L Grijalva.4M 8.32M 0.216 Values (USD) 10. Thomas W Role D (Most recent transactions within the past 90 days) Tran Date 05/16/11-05/16/11 Tran Type S Shares 3.58M 0. All rights reserved. 2 .557 0 0.Disp) Supersector Avg 12. Inc. Type Inv Mgmt Inv Mgmt Strategic Inv Mgmt Inv Mgmt (Updated weekly as of 06/18/11) Top Executive Holders (Updated monthly as of 05/22/11) The top five institutional holders are presented based on the total number of shares held. Insider Name Long. LLC # Shares Held 31.557 0 0 Q4 -0 0 0. 2011 for RIG-N Insider Trading Indicator Description The Insider Trading Indicator displays stocks on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being awarded to the strongest stocks based on short-term and long-term legal insider trading behavior.059 -91. The short-term view (60% weight) focuses primarily on insider transactions within the past 90 days.29M Time-series data for each quarter over the past three years allows you to easily analyze the longer-term trend in open-market insider selling. Transocean.7M Time-series data for each quarter over the past three years allows you to easily analyze the longer-term trend in open-market insider buying.387 Last 6 Months Total Shares Acquired Total Shares Disposed Net Shares (Acq . Victor Elias Newman.34M 0 16. Indirect holdings are excluded.Quarterly & Yearly Year 2011 2010 2009 2008 Q1 0 0.(05/15/11) Last 5 Years Worst 1 .29M Institutional Holders Inst.24M 0 0.2M Q2 0.42M 1. & Services Sector Oil & Gas Supersector S&P 500 Index Giant Market Cap ('-+%$&' ./3 1-" 5/6 7)**'8% 1-" Best 9 .6M Q3 -0 0 1.7 3.053 12. Year Total 0 8. Indicator +/&+. : : @ Averages Oil Equip.237 20.24M 0. Steven L Mcnamara. .482 19.7M 24.85M Reported Date 03/01/10 04/15/11 02/11/11 02/16/10 07/20/10 Page 10 of 12 © 2011 Thomson Reuters.+/% Indicator Trend Peers ESV WFT NOV BHI 7 5 3 1 4.6 !"#$%$&' @ (')%*+. The long-term view (40% weight) looks at buying.17M 72./0 1-" 2/3 1-" 4/3 1-" .5M 16.17M 49.58M (values in USD) Seasonal Buys . Institution Fidelity Management & Research Paulson & Co.24M 0 5.

negative. and 1 to 3 is negative. ! Profitability is comprised of four data elements. and the Independent Mean (IM). along with the number of in-line Dividends per Share Indicator Trend The best. The peer listing may have fewer than ten companies if there are fewer than ten companies within that subsector. negative surprise. Finally. If there is no rating. A score of 8 to 10 is considered positive.The number of up and down revisions and the average percentage change of those revisions within a 4 week period. 2 weeks ago. which is determined by its source of revenue or where it constitutes the majority of revenue.The number of upgrades and downgrades in the last 120 days.87% Next 34. ! Broker Recommendation Changes . the index. A 'negative surprise' is any surprise that is more than -2% below the consensus. " Revenue Growth: (Net Sales – Previous Net Sales) / Previous Net Sales " Gross Margin: Gross Profit / Net Sales " Return on Equity: Net Income / Total Equity " Net Margin: Net Profit / Net Sales ! Debt is comprised of four data elements. and Insider Trading. Gradient Analytics. ! Earnings Surprise . ! U. Analyst Recommendations The Stock Report presents two analyst surveys – the First Call Mean (FC). but rather than equally weighting each of the factors. approximately 70% Earnings Per Share The quarterly and annual earnings per share are presented. Specifically. ! The indicators are updated weekly. the surprise percent must be greater than 2% above the consensus. and dividend. 2011 for RIG-N Stock Report (10-Page) Report Tips The Thomson Reuters Stock Report is a comprehensive. The recommendations are presented on a five-point scale: strong buy. Quarterly data is available for the past 4 quarters (actual) and the next 2 quarters (estimated). " Current Ratio: Current Assets / Current Liabilities " Debt-to-Capital: Total Debt / Total Capital " Interest Funding: Interest Expense / Operating Cash Flow " Interest Coverage: (Pre-Tax Income + Interest Expense) / Interest Expense ! Earnings Quality is comprised of two data elements. The peers are selected from the subsector group based on similar market capitalization. universe. hold. or in-line result. The company’s current earnings indicator is presented for each factor alongside its four closest subsector peers based on market capitalization.300 stocks within the Thomson Reuters U. First. These six factors may be evaluated differently using alternative methodologies. If there is no rating. The bullets will vary by company and will change from week to week as different criteria are met.Earnings. The company’s current fundamental indicator is presented for each factor alongside its four closest subsector peers based on market capitalization. The consensus analyst estimate is provided to determine if the actual earnings report represented a positive surprise. These common valuation metrics are evaluated against the overall market. The company must have a current dividend yield. and current. the mean of only independent analysts. 6 months ago. Relative Valuation Indicator The Relative Valuation Rating is based on a combination of three component factors: Forward PEG (50% weight). ! The surprise detail section includes detailed information on a company's quarterly earnings reported for the most recent 6 quarters. 4 to 7 is neutral. Companies that do not pay a dividend are not penalized. although some of the data elements are updated weekly. Relative Valuation. buy. A stock needs to have at least three of the four fundamental factors present for a given fiscal quarter in order to receive a final fundamental score. Mean Estimate Trend The mean estimate trend shows how the consensus has changed over the past 30 and 90 days for the upcoming two quarters and two years. The trend graph displays the company-level earnings indicator for six time periods: 1 year ago. company-specific analysis that includes a proprietary Stock Rating along with underlying component indicators and supportive data elements. low and mean price expected within the next 12 months. . Annual data is available for the past 2 years (actual) and the next 2 years (estimated). the component rating scale is 1 to 10. In order to be recognized as a 'positive surprise'. the Stock Report includes an Optimized Score generated by independent research firm. a stock must have sufficient data available for at least four of the six component indicators. Highlights The Thomson Reuters proprietary automated text-generation system creates highlights summarizing the most noteworthy data. or in-line. estimate revision. Coverage: Of the 5. Indicator Trend The best. A company will receive an ‘NR’ for No Rating if the required data elements or criteria are not met. Then. Price Momentum. ! Trailing P/E: Close Price / Most Recent 4 Quarters of Earnings ! Forward P/E: Close Price/ Upcoming 4 Quarters of Earnings ! Forward PEG: Forward P/E / Long-Term Forecasted Growth Rate announcements within the last 4 quarters.Stock Report (10-Page) Updated June 22. All rights reserved. ! Estimate Revision . Like the stock rating. or those who do not engage in investment banking business. Earnings Surprise ! The surprise summary includes the total number of quarters (and percentage) in the past 12 quarters in which earnings surprises were positive. It uses the same six component ratings. It allocates companies to the subsector whose definition most closely describes the nature of its business. and Forward P/E (25% weight). reduce and sell. 1 month ago. Price Target The price target is based on the predictions of analysts covering the stock and shows the high. A stock needs to have at least one of the three relative valuation factors present in order to receive a score. Peer Analysis ! The Peer Analysis section of the report compares the company to its ten closest peers. The report is updated daily.The number of positive and negative surprises. " Dividend Growth Rate: (Dividends per Share – Previous Dividends per Share) / Previous " Dividend Funding: Dividends / Operating Cash Flow " Dividend Coverage: (Pre-Tax Income + Interest Expense) / (Interest Expense + Dividends) " Current Dividend Yield: Annual Dividends per Share / Current Market Price per Share typically meet the criteria for generating an Average Score.S. and broker recommendation changes. the weighting varies by market capitalization of the underlying security based on backtesting research. Each factor is equally weighted. There are 114 subsectors that are categorized within 41 sectors and then within 19 supersectors.68% Remaining 45.S. with 10 being best. and the importance of individual factors varies across sectors. " Days Sales in Inventory: 365 / (Cost of Goods Sold / Inventory) " Days Sales in Receivables: 365 / (Net Sales (Revenues) / Receivables) ! Dividend is comprised of four data elements. along with the mean. high and low. with 10 being most favorable. Optimized Score As an alternative to the average score. Average Score The Average Score combines a quantitative analysis of six widely-used investment decision making tools . Additional criteria should always be used to evaluate a stock.9% Indicator Components ! The six indicators that comprise the stock rating are displayed. worst. These scores are also updated weekly and distributed normally on a 1 to 10 scale. Earnings Indicator The Earnings Rating is based on a combination of three factors: earnings surprise. Risk. A stock needs to have at least two of the three earnings factors in order to receive a final earnings score. ! The ICB industry classification system by Dow Jones and FTSE is used for the company classifications. Each factor is equally weighted. a simple average of the six underlying component ratings is calculated. The company’s current relative valuation indicator is presented for each factor alongside its four closest subsector peers based on market capitalization. 3 months ago. an ‘NA’ is inserted. earnings quality. The percentage change is calculated for the company as a means for comparison by measuring the difference between the current consensus estimate and that of 90 days ago. Page 11 of 12 © 2011 Thomson Reuters. Fundamental Indicator The Fundamental Rating is based on a combination of four fundamental component factors: profitability. The variable size is assigned monthly by ranking the market capitalization and assigning the appropriate category as follows: Large Mid Small Micro Top 5. an 'in-line surprise' is any surprise percent within 2% of the consensus. debt. The trend graph displays the company-level fundamental indicator for the last 6 quarters. market capitalization and investment styles. Trailing P/E (25% weight).55% Next 13. a normal distribution is used to rank each stock on a scale of 1 to 10. and average earnings indicator scores over the last five years allow users to put the current score into historical context. Fundamental. an ‘NA’ is inserted. worst and average fundamental indicator scores over the last five years allow users to put the current score into historical context. with 10 being best. and the company's own historic 5-year averages. which is the mean of all analysts covering the stock.

3 months ago. . market capitalization of the company. Transactions by trusts and corporations are excluded.Affiliate B . based on their total direct common share holdings (options are not considered). A lower subsector rank indicates a higher return.Chief Financial Officer CM . and current. Valuation Multiples The valuation multiples provide the Trailing P/E. 3 months ago. whereas monthly statistics are used for the last 60 months. an ‘NA’ is inserted. ! Relative Strength – The relative strength of the company for the last 1 month. average and largest intra-day stock swing is another measure of volatility. April through June. The trend graph displays the company-level relative valuation indicator for six time periods: 1 year ago. The trend graph displays the company-level insider trading indicator for six time periods: 1 year ago. Investors should consider this report as only a single factor in making their investment decision. direct shares held must be greater than 1.000 to be considered. 1 month ago.Other P . All rights reserved.Vice Chairman VP . ! Short-Term Insider – Uses insider buy and sell transactions within the past 90 days.Chief Executive Officer CFO . and average insider trading indicator scores over the last five years allow users to put the current score into historical context. Indicator Trend The best. Thomson Reuters. and average risk indicator scores over the last five years allow users to put the current score into historical context. The company’s current insider trading indicator is presented for each factor alongside its four closest subsector peers based on market capitalization.President R . Indicator Trend The best.General Counsel O . The transaction totals within each quarter are the sum of all buys or sells for that time period. Risk and Reward Analysis Price analysis for the company and the S&P 500 is provided over two time periods. The company’s current risk indicator is presented for each factor alongside its four closest subsector peers based on market capitalization. magnitude of returns (30% weight). 6 months ago. an ‘NA’ is inserted. over the past 10 years. The ! Beta – Measures how the stock performs versus the broader market based on the beta of the ! Correlation – Determines how correlated (or not) the stock is to the S&P 500 and the sector in the Insider Trading Indicator The Insider Trading Rating is based on short-term (60% weight) and long-term (40% weight) legal insider trading behavior. Each quarter is a calendar quarter. 3 months ago. beta (20% weight). ! A maximum value of 100 is placed on Trailing P/E and Forward P/E and a maximum value of 5 is placed on Forward PEG when calculating the averages. If there is no rating. A stock needs to have at least one of the two insider trading factors in order to receive a score. 2 weeks ago. Risk Indicator The Risk Rating displays stocks on a scale of 1 to 10 with 10 being awarded to the least risky stocks. The value for the full year is the sum of each of the four quarterly averages. worst. The trend graph displays the company-level risk indicator for six time periods: 1 year ago. January through March. and current. a comparison of the current company’s values to its 5-year average and the S&P 500 average are presented. months for the company and subsector. an ‘NA’ is inserted. Seasonal $ Sells / Buys The seasonal $ quarterly and yearly sell / buy section provides time-series data that allows an easy analysis of the longer-term trend in open-market insider buying and selling (option acquisitions are not considered). This factor is based on the Thomson Reuters quantitative insider trading model that considers the insider's role. Valuation Averages ! Negative values are excluded when calculating the averages. If there is no rating. A stock needs to have at least two of the four risk factors in order to receive a final score. consensus.Retired SH . In addition. Indicator Trend The best. 6 months ago. Daily analysis is provided for the last 90 days. The performance of the S&P 500 is also displayed as a means of comparison.Vice President monthly returns in the past 60 months. or Forward PEG is valued more favorably (lower) than that to which it is compared. and correlation (10% weight).Shareholder SVP . 6 months ago. ! Long-Term Insider – Looks at buying. and the historic stock performance following trades by the given insider. Forward P/E. worst. and average relative valuation indicator scores over the last five years allow users to put the current score into historical context. along with buys greater than $10 million and sales greater than $50 million. and average price momentum indicator scores over the last five years allow users to put the current score into historical context.Stock Report (10-Page) Updated June 22. Price Momentum Indicator The Price Momentum Rating is based on a combination of two technical performance factors: relative strength (70% weight) and seasonality (30% weight). in some instances. 2011 for RIG-N Indicator Trend The best. 3 months ago. 3 months. Institutional and Executive Holders The top five institutional and executive holders of the company are listed in descending order. Higher values are rounded down to the maximum for the averages. selling and option exercise decisions over the past six months relative to other stocks within the same supersector. A stock needs to have data for the relative strength factor in order to receive a price momentum score. Insiders who have not filed any transactions or holdings over the past two years are excluded as this may indicate that the individual is no longer associated with the company.Committee Member CO . months on a scale of 1 to 100. last 90 days and last 60 months.Treasurer VC . The information contained in this report is not to be construed as advice and should not be confused as any sort of advice. Past performance is not a guarantee of future results. ! Magnitude of Returns – The best / worst daily returns in the past 90 days and the best / worst ! Volatility – The standard deviation of the stock price over the last 90 days and last 60 months.Chairman CEO . officers or affiliates. its employees. worst. Price Performance Daily close pricing data is used to calculate the price performance of a stock. company versus the S&P 500 and the sector. Insider Roles AF . If there is no rating. This table is updated monthly. 1 month ago. 1 month ago. worst. The company’s current price momentum indicator is presented for each factor alongside its four closest subsector peers based on market capitalization. have long or short positions or holdings in the securities or other related investments of companies mentioned herein. It is derived by looking at a series of long-term (5-year) and short-term (90-day) stock performance measures including volatility (40% weight).Exec Vice President GC . Forward P/E.Senior Vice President T . 6 months ago. 2 weeks ago. Additionally.Chief Operating Officer CT . number of shares. The net shares are presented alongside the supersector average as a means of comparison. 2 weeks ago.Chief Technology Officer D . Page 12 of 12 © 2011 Thomson Reuters.Beneficial Owner CB . and 6 ! Seasonality – The average monthly return (price performance) for the current month and next 2 Disclaimer All information in this report is assumed to be accurate to the best of our ability. Data is presented based on the market value of the transactions. 2 weeks ago. The trend graph displays the company-level price momentum indicator for six time periods: 1 year ago. 1 month ago. etc. A discount occurs when the company’s Trailing P/E. and current.Officer OH . as the owner may not actually have investment discretion over these shares. and current. and Forward PEG for the company and the S&P 500 index average.Director EVP . Indirect holdings are excluded. an ‘NA’ is inserted. If there is no rating.Trustee TR .

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