Shares of VirnetX Holding Corp (:VHC) are showing high volatlity in today’s session as the stock has moved -5.15%, clocking in at $4.60 after a recent bid.
Volatility is the dispersion of returns for a given stock. It is quantified by short-term traders as the average difference between a stock’s daily high and daily low, then divided by the stock price. In other words, volatility refers to the amount of risk about the size of changes in a stock’s value. Based on data provided from analysts polled by Thomson Reuters, VirnetX Holding Corp has a current consensus target price of 2.88. The current consensus analyst recommendation is sitting at 2.00 on company shares. Investors will likely be tracking any consensus estimate changes heading into the next earnings period.
After a recent spot-check, VirnetX Holding Corp (:VHC)’s ATR is 0.37. The Average True Range (ATR) is a measure of stock volatility. The Average True Range is an exponential moving average (14-days) of the True Range. The range of a day’s trading is high-low, and True Range expands into yesterday’s close when it lands outside of today’s range.
Taking a closer look into the volatility on shares of VirnetX Holding Corp (:VHC), we notice that the stock is 6.60% off of the 20-Day Simple Moving Average. Zooming out to the 50-Day Simple Moving Average, we can see a difference of 30.33% from current stock levels.
Going out even further, the 200-Day Simple Moving Average is recorded 57.63% away from the current share price. Company shares were recently noted -14.81% off of the 50-day high and 127.16% away from the 50-day low. Let’s also take a quick peek at the 52 week highs/lows. At present, the stock is -22.17% separated from the 52 week high and 170.59% from the low.