The mean price target on Townsquare Media, Inc. (NYSE:TSQ) stock as given by analysts is $13.19. The target price is the calculated mean of all experts call of analysts polled in First Call. The EPS estimate is $0.26 for the near-term quarter, besides for this year is $1.11.
Moving averages are derived from statistical analysis. Their prime function is to generate a series of mean values of diverse subsets of the entire data set. They play a central and important role in the identification of past price trends. The technical valuation of Townsquare Media, Inc. Class A identifies that the 50-day moving average of Townsquare Media, Inc. (NYSE:TSQ) stock is $9.30, and is trading $0.04 points away or +0.39% from 50-day moving average of $9.30. It is trading $-0.01 or -0.07% off 200-day MA of $9.35.
The 52-week high of Townsquare Media, Inc. (NYSE:TSQ) was $12.05 while $7.30 is the low point in the equivalent period. Townsquare Media, Inc. Class A equity price has to gain over $-2.71 to index 52-week high or dive +27.95% to make 52-week low. Moving Average is abbreviated as MA.
Without identifying when an equity is over-valued, or richly priced, a buyer may skip a chance to make profit. Worse, an investor can be bounded to close open position when there is no definite price direction.
Townsquare Media, Inc. (NYSE:TSQ) P/E ratio is 13.29 while PEG ratio is at 0.22. By overseeing a firm’s price-to-earnings ratio, a buyer could miss out to comprehend the true worth of stocks and eventually end up pouring money in the wrong equities. A P/E ratio is a calculation of amount that investors are prepared to compensate for purchasing an equity. It is treasured when relating the equity price of one organization to another trading stock, but in the same industry. This P/E ratio can be predicted by dividing equity market value by average EPS in a specified period, for instance, the previous year.
Townsquare Media, Inc. Class A stock recorded a close of $9.34 in last trading session, leading market cap to $171.80M.
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