UGI Corporation (NYSE:UGI) has a mean price target of $44.60 by market experts. Market leading group First Call has reached this recommendation by considering recommendations of top analysts in the industry. These experts have specified earnings of $0.77 a share for the very next quarter and $2.01 for this year.
The technical study of UGI Corporation Common Stock demonstrates that the 50-day moving average of UGI Corporation (NYSE:UGI) stock is $45.62, and is trading $-0.09 points away or -0.20% from 50-day moving average of $45.62. It is trading $2.88 or +6.76% away 200-day moving average of $42.65.
The 52-week high of UGI Corporation (NYSE:UGI) was $47.39 while $31.51 is the low mark in the same period. It state UGI Corporation Common Stock share price has to surge more than $-1.86 to hit 52-week high or drop +44.49% to make a 52-week mark. MA here hints at moving average.
Taking the valuation part to reach the estimation of UGI Corporation Common Stock, investors apply price-to-earnings ratio, which is shortened as P/E ratio. It weighs equity price by the relative expense of the equity. UGI Corporation (NYSE:UGI) ratio came in at 19.98, after dividing current equity price by yearly earnings. UGI Corporation Common Stock stock recorded a close of $45.53 in last trading session, registering a market cap of $7.89B.
The price-earnings ratio can be seen as a means of regulating the value of per dollar of earnings through the stock market. In concept, by taking the average of P/E over a period of numerous years, one could frame something of a uniform P/E ratio, which can then be understood as a benchmark and utilized to indicate whether or not a share is worth buying.
Investors estimate the Price-to-Earnings-Growth ratio to catch up with a clear view on the firm valuation. For stocks with higher PEG ratio, they are considered as sell option. The undervalued equity displays PEG ratio of 0 or 1. On contrary, the fairly valued equity has ratio of 1 and 2. UGI Corporation (NYSE:UGI) PEG ratio is at 3.05.
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