Michael Kors Holdings Limited (KORS)’s closed at $50.09 with move of 2.12% on Thursday. Investors of this company earned a return of 17.70% on the assets it owns in past twelve month. The company generated a return on equity (ROE) of 32.90%. A high ROE indicates successfully earning more assets and value for its shareholders off its reinvested earnings. A low ROE warns that the company is not generating a good return on its reinvested earnings. The stock has a market capitalization of $7362.73, a price-to-earnings ratio of 11.44 and a beta of 0.37. KORS has a 1 year low of 5.52% and a 1 year high of -34.06%. The company’s 3-months average volume stands at 2.53 million. When we divide the last trade volume by the 3-month average volume, we found out a relative volume of 2.00, the stock exchanged hands 5.15 million shares versus average trading capacity of 2.53 million shares. In terms of Michael Kors Holdings Limited (KORS) stock price comparison to its moving averages, shares of company are -23.58% away from the 50-day moving average and -13.88% away from 20-day average. If we take a long term observation, shares have been trading at a distance of -23.72% from the 200-day moving average. Moving averages are used as a strong indicator for technical stock analysis and it helps investors in figuring out where the stock has been and also facilitate in determining where it may be possibly heading.
In United Kingdom Industry, KORS have 146.99 million outstanding shares currently held by all its shareholders, including share blocks held by institutional investors and restricted shares owned by the company’s officers and insiders. The company have shares float of 142.33 million. Float is the number of shares available for trading of a particular stock. Floating stock is calculated by subtracting closely-held shares and restricted stock from a firm’s total outstanding shares. Closely-held shares are those owned by insiders, major shareholders and employees, while restricted stock refers to insider shares that cannot be traded because of a temporary restriction such as the lock-up period after an initial public offering. A stock with a small float will generally be more volatile than a stock with a large float, apart from having limited liquidity and wider bid-ask spread. Because of these issues, institutional investors seldom invest in low-float stocks.
Now have a look at past performance (weekly performance to year to date performance) how Michael Kors Holdings Limited (KORS) has been moved; whether it performed well or not. KORS reported a change of -12.70% over the last week and performed -19.56% over the last month while its year to date (YTD) performance revealed an activity trend of -20.43%. The stock’s quarterly performance specifies a shift of -31.07%, and its last twelve month performance is stands at -7.15% while moved -20.59% for the past six months.
KORS has discernible measure of stock volatility. The volatility is a numerical value of the dispersion of returns for a specified security or market index. It can be either evaluated by implementing the standard deviation method or variance method between profits from that equivalent security or market index. If the stock volatility is on the rise in the market, then it will create more risky situation of the security and vice versa. Meanwhile, the company retains the average true range (ATR) indicator of around about 2.76that is expressing range of a day’s stock trading is high-low. This indicator is usually direct assessment of volatility.
In the meantime, KORS has week volatility of up to 4.29%. On the other side, the firm has one month volatility of 3.89%. Realistically speaking, this volatility measure can be used by stock traders of the mini-market for multiple reasons and purposes in evaluating the actual price momentum plus the rate of change in KORS’s price. When it comes to Change in the stock prices, it is an everyday trend in the market stock. Therefore, the market forces take this very seriously. The change in prices occurs due to supply and demand. If you want to buy more stock (demand) than sell it (supply), then the price volume will go up.
Relative Strength Index (RSI) – A Unique Technical Indicator
This technical indicator is largely used on a 14-Days time period, weighed on a scale from 0 to 100, with both ascending and descending volumes manifested at 70 and 30, correspondingly. Both upward and downward levels do not crop up frequently – 80 and 20 and 90 and 10. Nevertheless, they show us a clear-cut picture by making a strong impact. The indicator showed that 14-Day RSI of the KORS was currently settled 26.84.
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