TheStreet, Inc. (NASDAQ:TST) has not provided investors with a whole lot of confidence over the past year, as the stock has moved -34.76% during that time frame.
Looking closer at near term results should notice that shares are -3.64% over the past five trading days. Looking further out, the stock is -29.33% year to date. With increased market volatility, stakeholders will likely be deciding whether or not now is a good time to cut losses or double down for the long haul.
Wall Street analysts are still seeing some upside to the stock despite the disappointing year. Sell-side firms, on a consensus basis have a $2.10 price target on the name and a 2.00 recommendation, according to First Call. The recommendation is based on a 1 to 5 scale where 1 or 2 indicates a Buy recommendation, 3 a Hold and 4-5 a Sell.<!–
TheStreet, Inc. (NASDAQ:TST) has posted trailing 12 months earnings of $-0.14 per share. The company has seen a change of 54.40% earnings per share this year. Analysts are predicting 55.00% for the company next year. The firm is yielding -4.70% return on assets and -7.90% return on equity. –>
In taking a look at technical levels, shares are trading -8.81% away from the 50 day simple moving average and -10.54% away from the 200 day simple moving average. Based on a recent bid, the stock is trading -39.18% away from it’s 52- week high and 29.27% away from its 52 week low. After the recent increase, investors may also look to see if the stock has entered overbought territory and could possibly ripe for a pullback. Traditionally a stock is considered to be overbought when the Relative Strength Index moves above 70. As of writing, TheStreet, Inc.’s RSI stands at 35.97 . In looking at volatility levels, the shares saw weekly volatility of 3.89% and 3.50% over the past month.
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