The mean target price on WhiteHorse Finance, Inc. (NASDAQ:WHF) stock placed by analysts is $12.50. It is the calculated mean released by experts polled in First Call planned poll. The EPS estimate is $0.34 for quarter, besides EPS yearly target of $1.41.
Most used element, moving averages are resultant of statistical analysis. Their main function is to create a series of mean values of assorted subsets of the all-inclusive data set. They show a central and imperative role in the evaluation of past price trends. Coming to statistics, the technical valuation of WhiteHorse Finance, Inc. shows 50-day MA of WhiteHorse Finance, Inc. (NASDAQ:WHF) stock is $11.43, with it trading $-0.50 points away or -4.37% from 50-day MA of $11.43. It is trading $0.08 or +0.70% off 200-day MA of $10.85.
The 52-week high of WhiteHorse Finance, Inc. (NASDAQ:WHF) was $13.68 while $9.14 is the low point in the correspondent period. WhiteHorse Finance, Inc. equity price with gain of over $-2.75 will index 52-week high or nosedive +19.58% to hit 52-week low. ‘MA’ is moving average.
Without ascertaining when a security is over-valued, or fairly valued, a buyer cannot capitalize on profit making opportunities. Worse, a shareholder can be constrained to close position without clarity of definite price direction.
WhiteHorse Finance, Inc. (NASDAQ:WHF) P/E ratio is N/A while PEG ratio is at 0.74. By supervising price-to-earnings ratio, investors cannot comprehend the true stock worth and hence end up pouring funds in the wrong equities. In general, a P/E ratio is a calculated amount that investors are set to reimburse for buying an equity. It matters when relating the securities performance of one organization to second one, but only in same industry. It can be known by dividing equity present market value by mean EPS in a stated period, for illustration, the preceding year.
WhiteHorse Finance, Inc. stock recorded a close of $10.93 in last trading session, moving market capitalization to $N/A.
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