Hornbeck Offshore Services, Inc. (HOS) stock price escalated 34.01% to finalize at $2.64 throughout previous buying and selling session. A total of 7.84 million shares exchanged at hands and its average trading volume is standing at 1.26 million shares. Important factors to focus when evaluating a stock’s present and future value are the 52 week price high and low levels. Shares of Hornbeck Offshore Services, Inc. (HOS) are trading -73.12% downward from the 52-week high mark and 74.83% above from the fifty two-week low mark.
Taking a glance at past performance, we will examine different up or down moving trends about HOS. The stock added 37.50% beyond one week and climbed 3.94% during previous one month session. The stock went down -17.50% at some stage in past quarter. Inside the closing six months period the stock’s performance declined -63.54% while overall yearly performance lost -69.34%. The Company’s year to date (YTD) performance is now negative at -63.43%. The Stock has Weekly volatility of 13.29% and monthly volatility of 14.12%. Tracking most recent quarter period, Price to book (P/B) ration is at 0.07 and Price to cash per share ration is at 0.35. Beta value of the stock is marked at 1.33. A beta of less than 1 means that the security will be less volatile than the market. A beta of greater than 1 indicates that the security’s price will be more volatile than the market. The company has a Return on Assets (ROA) of -2.90%. Presently, it has a Return on Equity (ROE) of -6.00% and Return on Investment (ROI) of -0.80%.
Hornbeck Offshore Services, Inc. (HOS) stock price away from 20 day simple moving average surged at 33.37% while its distance from 50 day simple moving average declined -4.26% along with -46.59% below away from two hundred simple moving averages. The time frame or length you choose for a moving average, also called the “look back period”, can play a big role in how effective it is. An MA with a short time frame will react much quicker to price changes than an MA with a long look back period. The 20-day may be of analytical benefit to a shorter-term trader since it follows the price more closely, and therefore produces less “lag” than the longer-term moving average. Lag is the time it takes for a moving average to signal a potential reversal. Recall, as a general guideline, when the price is above a moving average the trend is considered up. So when the price drops below that moving average it signals a potential reversal based on that MA. A 20-day moving average will provide many more “reversal” signals than a 100-day moving average. On technical aspect, moving averages may help to distinguish path of dispositions, and they may also be used to set degrees of support and resistance. Tracking the stock price in relation to moving averages as well as highs and lows for the year might assist with evaluating future stock performance.
Relative strength index (RSI-14) for Hornbeck Offshore Services, Inc. (HOS) is at 60.10. In phrases of Market analysis and buying and selling signals, RSI moving above the horizontal 30 reference standard is regarded as a bullish indicator, at the same time as the RSI transferring under the horizontal 70 reference standard is visible to be a bearish indicator. Movements above 70 are interpreted as indicating overbought conditions; conversely moves underneath 30 notify oversold conditions.
While taking a look at financials, we can look at a number of key indicators about Hornbeck Offshore Services, Inc. (HOS). Average true range (ATR-14) of the company is at 0.28. Developed by J. Welles Wilder, ATR is an indicator that measures volatility. A stock experiencing a high level of volatility has a higher ATR, and a low volatility stock has a lower ATR. It may be used by market technicians to enter and exit trades, and it is a useful tool to add to a trading system.