Lumber Liquidators Holdings Inc. (NYSE:$LL) has grabbed the attention of some analysts due to last month’s opinion signal of 88% ‘Buy’. The signal was an average of the various studies based on price movement. Using the same system for the last trading week indicates a 16% ‘Buy’ rating. It also indicates a 24% ‘Buy’ rating for the previous trading session.
Digging into the strength and direction of opinion signals indicates that the stock’s opinion direction is currently at ‘Weakest’. Data over the past three trading sessions is used to measure this and whether the latest recent price movements are following the signal.
The opinion strength signal is currently ‘Average’. This compares to the ‘Buy’ or ‘Sell’ signal of ‘Strongest’ which would indicate that the signal is gaining momentum. This metric is long-term and compared against the historical strength.
The current book value is $7.46 for the company. This data is taken from the last 12 months and demonstrates the per share value of a company based on its equity available to common shareholders.
In long-term indicators, Lumber Liquidators currently has a ‘Hold’ Commodity Channel Index signal. This stat can determine if a stock is oversold or overbought. The stock has a ‘Buy’ moving average versus price signal for the last 100 days.
With so many stocks to choose from, many investors are on the watch for the next great stock pick. However, finding that pick can be a monumental task, and making heads or tails of the various indicators can make that task even more monumental. One solution is to keep a close eye on fundamental and technical data. For example, the current analyst rating of the stock is 3.4444444444444 on a scale of 1-5 with 1 indicating a ‘Strong-Buy’ and 5 indicating a ‘Strong-Sell’.
Looking at current trading session activity, we see the stock hit $37.27. Since the beginning of the session, the stock bottomed with a low of $37.22 and hit a high of $38.24.
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