| XPEL provides after-market automotive products, including automotive surface and paint protection, headlight protection, and automotive window films, as well as provides complementary proprietary software. Co. sells a variety of product lines, including: XPEL ULTIMATE PLUS, which is a clear thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) based product that is a self-healing, stain-resistant film; XPEL STEALTH, which is a satin-finished paint protection film, made with the same construction as ULTIMATE PLUS; LUX PLUS, which is its clear, TPU-based paint protection film for the Chinese market; and XPEL RX, which provides protection for a variety of surfaces including screens and other electronics. The XPEL YTD return is shown above.
The YTD Return on the XPEL YTD return page and across the coverage universe of our site,
is a measure of the total return for a given investment year-to-date for the current calendar year
(up to the end of prior trading session). Arguably, choosing the current calendar year for a measurement
period is on the one hand completely arbitrary, but on the other hand a year-to-date look can be extremely
useful in the context of our country's tax system which taxes gains and income on a calendar year basis.
Thus, researching Year-To-Date Returns is good practice for investors — whether XPEL YTD return or other benchmarks/peers
— and when doing so it is also important to factor in dividends, because a financial instrument's YTD return is
more than just the change in price if that instrument pays a dividend or coupon. Our website aims to empower investors
by performing the XPEL YTD return calculation (with any dividends reinvested as applicable), and to provide a
coverage universe of many stocks and ETFs to be able to compare YTD returns.