Stock To Watch: American Assets Trust, Inc. (NYSE:AAT)


The leading market experts have placed a mean price target of $47.80 on American Assets Trust, Inc. (NYSE:AAT) stock. This price level, which is estimated to be attained in one-year, indicates the mean of stock opinions given by the companies included in the First Call survey. The renowned research firms have predicted earnings of $0.49 a share for the upcoming quarter and $1.86 for the current fiscal.

Technical View

The technical analysis of American Assets Trust, Inc. Com plainly substantiates that the 50-day moving average of American Assets Trust, Inc. Com is $44.88, and stock is trading $-0.20 points away or -0.45% from its 50-day moving average of $44.88. Further it is trading $3.94 or +9.68% away its 200-day moving average of $40.74. American Assets Trust, Inc. (NYSE:AAT) 52-week high is $46.38 and the 52-week low is $34.07.

This explains if the stock moves $-1.70, it will post a 52-week high. In event of +31.14% decline, a 52-week low will be hit.

Taking the valuation aspect to emphasize the valuation of American Assets Trust, Inc. Com, shareholders can apply financial tool known as price-to-earnings ratio. This financial ratio assesses stock’s valuation by considering the relative expense of the stock. Following this ratio, American Assets Trust, Inc. (NYSE:AAT) ratio came in at 54.75.

The stock last ended the trading session at $44.68 and registered a market cap of $2.03B. To appraise firm’s growth, the shareholders take help of the Price-to-Earnings-Growth ratio. When a stock has a higher PEG ratio, it is suggestive of lower stock appreciation in approaching sessions. A stock comes in the group of undervalued stocks when its PEG ratio falls in between 0 and 1. American Assets Trust, Inc. (NYSE:AAT) PEG ratio is at 4.48.

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