Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE:WFC) added 1.05% to reach $55.83 in the previous trading session. Overall, 21.1 Million shares exchanged hands versus its average trading volume of 18.16 Million shares. The relative volume of the stock is 1.16, while its market cap is $279.34 Billion.
Relative Strength Index
The Relative Strength Index (RSI), developed by J. Welles Wilder, is a momentum oscillator that calculates the speed and change of price movements. The RSI oscillates between zero and 100. Usually the RSI is considered overbought when above 70 and oversold when less than 30.
Relative strength index (RSI-14) for Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE:WFC) is at 37.7.
A price target is the projected price level of a financial security stated by an investment analyst. It represents a security’s price that, if achieved, results in a trader recognizing the best possible outcome for his investment. This is the price at which the trader or investor wants to exit his existing position so he can realize the most reward.
Basically, a price target is an individual analyst’s projection on the future price of a stock. There is no concrete way to calculate a price target. Different analysts and financial institutions use various valuation methods and consider different economic forces when deciding on a price target.
Average price target for Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE:WFC) stock is $58.48, according to consensus of 28 analysts. The highest price target outlook for the stock is $65 and the minimum price target estimate is $45.
Earnings per share (EPS) is the portion of a company’s profit allocated to each outstanding share of common stock. Earnings per share serves as an indicator of a company’s profitability. Consensus earnings estimates are far from perfect, but they are watched by many investors and play an important role in measuring the appropriate valuation for a stock. Investors measure stock performance on the basis of a company’s earnings power. To make a proper assessment, investors seek a sound estimate of this year’s and next year’s earnings per share (EPS), as well as a strong sense of how much the company will earn even farther down the road.
Maximum and minimum EPS estimate for the current quarter is projected at $1.03 and $0.91, respectively, according to 28 analysts. Comparatively, Wells Fargo & Company posted earnings of $1.06 per share in the same quarter last year.
The company is expected to report earnings of $0.96 a share for the next quarter.
Revenue is the amount of money that a company actually receives during a specific period, including discounts and deductions for returned merchandise. It is the “top line” or “gross income” figure from which costs are subtracted to determine net income.
Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE:WFC) is expected to post revenue of $22.3 Billion in the current quarter, according to consensus of 19 analysts. The high and low revenue estimates for the current quarter are $22.83 Billion and $21.72 Billion, respectively. The company reported revenue of $22.71 Billion in the same period last year.
A moving average (MA) is a trend-following or lagging indicator because it is based on past prices. The average is taken over a specific period of time, like 10 days, 20 minutes, 30 weeks, or any time period the trader chooses. There are advantages to using a moving average in your trading, as well options on what type of moving average to use. Moving average strategies are also popular and can be tailored to any time frame, suiting both long term investors and short-term traders.
A moving average can help cut down the amount of “noise” on a price chart. Look at the direction of the moving average to get a basic idea of which way the price is moving. Angled up and price is moving up (or was recently) overall, angled down and price is moving down overall, moving sideways and the price is likely in a range.
Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE:WFC)’s distance from 200 day simple moving average is 10.48 percent, its distance from 50 day simple moving average is -1.94 percent, while its distance from 20 day simple moving average is -3.9 percent.
A 52-week high/low is the highest and lowest price that a stock has traded at during the previous year. Many traders and investors view the 52-week high or low as an important factor in determining a stock’s current value and predicting future price movement.
Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE:WFC) has a 52-week high of $59.99 and a 52-week low of $43.55.
In order to reach an opinion and communicate the value and volatility of a covered security, analysts research public financial statements, listen in on conference calls and talk to managers and the customers of a company, typically in an attempt to capture the findings for a research report. Ultimately, through all this investigation into the company’s performance the analyst decides whether their stock is a “buy,” sell” or hold.”
The stock’s currently has an analysts’ mean recommendation of 2.7. Wells Fargo & Company was covered by a number of analysts recently, 3 rated the stock as Strong Buy, 9 rated Buy, 13 rated Hold, 5 rated sell and 1 gave an Underperform.
Credit Suisse Downgrade its coverage for Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE:WFC) in a note sent to investors on 16-Feb-17. The research firm Downgrade the stock to Neutral. Moreover, Argus issued Downgrade rating for the stock on 18-Jan-17. Susquehanna also Downgrade the company to Neutral on 1-Dec-16, 2016. Additionally, Jefferies Downgrade its ratings on the stock to Hold.
A trend analysis is a method of analysis that allows traders to predict what will happen with a stock in the future. Trend analysis is based on historical data about the stock’s performance given the overall trends of the market and particular indicators within the market.
Wells Fargo & Company shares decreased -4.84 percent over the past week and fell -4.55 percent over the previous month. The stock climbed 0.9 percent over the past quarter, while surged 23.97 percent over the past six months.