During the most recent trading session, First Solar, Inc. (NASDAQ:FSLR) shares traded -2.00%. Tracking the stock price in relation to moving averages may provide enhanced perspective on stock performance. After a recent look, the stock has been seen trading $-5.21 off of the 50-day moving average of $32.68 and $-6.81 separated from the 200-day moving average of $34.28. Taking a further look from a different perspective, the stock has been recently recorded -60.19% off of the 52-week high of 69.01 and +1.31% apart from the 52-week low of 27.11. Monitoring stock price activity relative to moving averages and the highs and lows for the past year might help with future stock price value assessment.
Price Target in Focus
While monitoring stock technicals is important, most investors are more concerned with where the stock might be going now. Equity research analysts have provided views on where they believe the stock will be trading in the future. According to Thomson Reuters, sell-side analysts are projecting a consensus target price of $34.25 on company shares. This is a near-term estimate for the next 12-18 months.
Currently, First Solar, Inc. has a price to earnings ratio of N/A. Analysts and investors may also opt to evaluate a company's PEG or price to earnings growth ratio. The stock currently has a PEG Ratio of -2.30.
Wall Street sell-side research analysts covering Boeing Co (NYSE:BA) shares have recently provided various price target projections on where the stock might be going. According to them, the stock is expected to reach $176 on a consensus level within the next year, according to Zacks. The most bullish estimate sees the stock reaching $205 while the most conservative estimate stand at $136.
Zacks also gives an average broker rating based on the sell-side recommendations from the analysts who cover Boeing Co. They give the company shares an ABR of 2.42. This is based on the 13 analysts taken into consideration by Zacks.
Earnings Estimates for Boeing Co (NYSE:BA)
Currently, Wall Street is projecting that the firm will post $2 earnings per share. This consensus number is also derived from Zacks. For the most recent period which ended on 2016-12-31, Boeing Co's EPS was reported as $2.47. This created a “surprise factor” 5.56% due to being $0.13 apart from what Wall Street predicted. When actual numbers differ greatly from the consensus expectations, sharp movement in the stock price can often be seen in the hours or days following the report.
Investors will mark their calendars for 2017-04-26, the date when Boeing Co (NYSE:BA) are expected to release their quarterly results.