Market experts has given a mean price target of $180.33 to Tyler Technologies, Inc. (NYSE:TYL) stock. The target price is the mean of all calls released by analysts in First Call poll. They have EPS estimate of $0.90 for the near-term quarter and $3.48 for this year.
The technical assessment of Tyler Technologies, Inc. Common pinpoints that the 50-day moving average of Tyler Technologies, Inc. (NYSE:TYL) stock is $166.05, and is trading $8.19 points away or +4.93% from 50-day moving average of $166.05. It is trading $22.06 or +14.49% off 200-day MA of $152.18.
The 52-week high of Tyler Technologies, Inc. (NYSE:TYL) was $184.01 while $118.16 is the low point in the same period. Tyler Technologies, Inc. Common share price has to rise more than $-9.77 to register a high for 52-weeks or drop +47.46% to make 52-week low. MA should be referred to as moving average.
Without understanding when a stock is over-valued, or too richly priced, a shareholder may miss out on a chance to cash-in on a profit and investment. Worse, a shareholder might close up their position when a price has no direction.
Tyler Technologies, Inc. (NYSE:TYL) P/E ratio is 101.54 while PEG ratio is at 3.06. By overlooking a firm’s price-to-earnings ratio, a shareholder could miss out to discover the true value of stocks and end up investing in the wrong stocks. A P/E ratio is a computation of how much investors are wanting to pay for a purchasing an equity relative to the firm’s earnings. It is valuable when comparing the equity price of one firm to another trading in the same industry. The P/E ratio is discovered by dividing market value of stock by average earnings per share in a specified period of time, for instance, the past year.
Tyler Technologies, Inc. Common stock recorded a close of $174.24 in last trading session, which brings it market cap to $6.33B.
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