Six Flags Entertainment Corp
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Six Flags Entertainment: An overview of the largest theme park
Six Flags Entertainment Corp. (SIX) is the world’s largest regional theme park company with $1.1 billion in revenue and 18 parks across North America.
Why Six Flags’ operating cash flows are prone to fluctuation
Six Flags Entertainment’s (SIX) operating cash flows are largely driven by attendance and per capita spending levels.
Must-know: How Six Flags generates its revenues
Six Flags derived 55% of its revenues from theme park admissions for the last 12 months ended September 30, 2014.
Must-know: A look into Six Flags’ debt-to-equity ratio
Industry debt-to-equity ratio is about 5.5. Six Flags’ debt-to-equity ratio of 4.0 shows the company aggressively finances operations with debt capital.
Share price performance for Six Flags since bankruptcy recovery
Six Flags’ share price on May 10, 2010, reflects $7.36 per share, the price of new common stock upon the company’s emergence from bankruptcy.
A brief overview of Six Flags’ management
Six Flags’ management plays a vital role in shaping the company and leading it in the desired direction. This article reviews three management positions.
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Why Six Flags’ guest spending per capita improved
Six Flags’ per capita guest spending increased $2.79, or 7%, to $42.97 in 2014, primarily due to improved admissions pricing and new offerings in the parks.
Ticket pricing pushes Six Flags’ admissions revenue up
Six Flags’ (SIX) admissions revenue per capita increased by 9% in 2014, primarily driven by pricing improvements on multi- and single-use ticket offerings.
Six Flags: Business overview and geographic presence
Six Flags has $1.2 billion in revenue and 18 parks across North America. It operates 16 parks in the United States, one in Mexico City, and one in Montreal.