For the next year, sell-side analysts are expecting EPS growth of 4.43% for International Business Machines Corporation (NYSE:IBM). Analysts are expecting an EPS change of -12.80% for the current year. Tracking company EPS may help to evaulate company stock value. Wall Street analysts polled by Thomson Reuters have a current recommendation of 2.90 on a consensus basis for the stock. On a number scale from 1 to 5, a 5 would represent a Strong Sell recommendation. A 1 rating would signify a Strong Buy. The same analysts see shares reaching $156.48 within the next year on a consensus basis.
At the time of writing, International Business Machines Corporation (NYSE:IBM) had hit $156.62. This represents a change from the opening price of -0.43%. The year-to-date performance of the stock is 17.28%. The monthly stock performance comes in at -2.94%. For the quarter, shares are performing at 2.44%. Weekly performance analysis shows the equity at -0.78%.
International Business Machines Corporation shares are currently 36.55% away from the 52 week low. Alternately, the stock is -5.08% away from the 52 week high. The stock is 2.23% away from its 50 day low and -5.08% away from the 50 day high. Relative to the 20 day Simple Moving Average, shares are trading 0.29% off it. Shares are currently separated from the 50 day Simple Moving Average by -1.29%. Shares are currently separated from the 200 day Simple Moving Average by 7.52%. The company’s Relative Strength Index (RSI) currently stands at 46.79.
In terms of financials, we can look at several key indicators. The company has a Return on Assets of 10.50%, which is a key factor in determining the effectiveness of management’s use of assets to generate earnings. The company currently has a Return on Equity of 82.00% and a Return on Investment of 23.40%.
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