ENERGY TRANSFER PARTNERS (NYSE:ETP) mean price target has been set at $44.93 by Thomson Reuters. The group worked out on the stock recommendations given by analysts in the First Call poll. Further, it is possible that the company may register per share earnings of $0.39 in the near-term quarter and $0.69 for the ongoing fiscal. The market cap of Energy Transfer Partners, L.P. was recorded at $21.72B after the stock closed at $41.39 in last trading day.

What The Valuation Says?

The price/earnings ratio is taken in the list of ratios that leads to a stock’s valuation. Commonly named as P/E ratio, it helps investors know where the company stands in the market. It is derived by dividing share’s latest price by per-share earnings. ENERGY TRANSFER PARTNERS (NYSE:ETP) has a P/E ratio of N/A. Investors can identify how the stock is doing in the market by estimating Price-to-Earnings Growth ratio.

ENERGY TRANSFER PARTNERS (NYSE:ETP) PEG ratio sits at 12.00. A low PEG ratio offers an investment opportunity to the opportunistic traders and investors. In case a stock has a reading in between 0 and 1, it represents undervalued stock. A reading of 1 and 2 represents fairly priced stocks.

Technical Perspective

The technical analysis of Energy Transfer Partners, L.P. visibly illustrates that the 50-day MA of Energy Transfer Partners, L.P. is $39.38, and stock is trading $2.11 points away or +5.36% from its 50-day moving average of $39.38. Further it is trading $7.62 or +22.50% away its 200-day moving average of $33.87. ENERGY TRANSFER PARTNERS (NYSE:ETP) 52-week high is $51.23 and the 52-week low is $18.62. This represents that if the stock moves $-9.74 points up on the chart to it will make a 52-week high. But, if it declines +122.82%, then the shares price can hit a new 52-week low.

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  • Katherine

    Energy Transfer Partners is a terrible investment. They may seem adept at dodging regulation now, but they are setting themselves up for some severe problems going forward. They are not a strong choice for the savvy future-oriented person. They are going to take your money and run.