The Home Depot, Inc. (NYSE:HD) declining -2.40% to trade at $198.85 in active leading trade session. The firm has week’s performance of -3.86%as it receives analyst recommendation of 1.90 on scale of 1-5.
To find out the technical position of The Home Depot, Inc. (NYSE:HD), it holds price to book ratio of 112.98 that unearth high-growth companies selling at low-growth prices, but it requires appropriate measurement approach. For value investors, P/B lingers a tried and tested method for finding low-priced stocks that the market has ignored. If a firm is trading for less than its book value or has a P/B less than one, it normally tells investors one of two things: either the market believes the asset value is overstated, or the company is earning a very poor (even negative) return on its assets. It has forward price to earnings ratio of 19.33, and price to earnings ratio calculated as 22.49; it shows the sum of money you are ready to pay for each dollar worth of the earnings of the company. Understanding PE provides the investors a thought if the stock has sufficient growth possible. Stocks with low PE can be considered good bargains as their potential growth is still unknown to the market, whereas interpretation of PE ratio is heavily dependent on comparison of the company with its peers. The price to earnings growth ratio is the most popular way to compare the relative value of stocks based on earnings that calculated as 1.51. Some investors believe that a firm with a high P/E is overpriced, and they might be correct. On the other side, a high P/E can as well be a strong vote of confidence that the firm will persist to have strong growth prospects in the future. This could mean an even higher stock price. On the flip side, HD is presenting price to cash flow of 64.78 and free cash flow concluded as 41.26.
EPS estimates indicating constrictive facts, the current year from sell-side analysts, Price to current year EPS growth stands at 18.30%, and looking further price to next year’s EPS growth is 7.57%. Stocks
with higher earnings-per-share growth rates are normally more desirable than those with slower earnings-per-share growth rates. At the same time as take a short look on price to sales ratio, that was 2.17 and price to earnings ratio of 22.49 attracting passive investors.
Earnings Technical Analysis
The Home Depot, Inc. (NYSE:HD) has price to earnings growth of 1.51, which is a valuation metric for determining relative trade-off among price of a stock. For trailing twelve months, HD attains gross profit margin of 34.20% and operating margin stands at 14.50% that is showing consistency of trends in firm’s earnings. While to figure out more clear vision, firm’s returns on investment calculated as 35.20%; it gives answer about efficiency of different investments in different securities. The returns on assets of The Home Depot, Inc. (NYSE:HD) also presenting perceptible condition of profitability, it has ROA of 21.60%, the very positive ratio starts from >+15% and very negative hits to <-15%.
The firm has noticeable volatility credentials; price volatility of stock was 1.63% for a week and 1.38% for a month. The performance of The Home Depot, Inc. (NYSE:HD) for the quarter recorded as 2.25% and for year stands at 20.30%, while the YTD performance was 4.92%. The co attains 2.99 for Average True Range for 14 days. The stock price of HD is moving down from its 20 days moving average with -4.74% and isolated negatively from 50 days moving average with -1.81%.