American Midstream Partners LP (NYSE:AMID), whose market capitalization now stands at $581.98M, reported EPS of $-1.54 in the last financial year. That indicates the stock has price-to-earnings ratio of – at the prevailing stock price. This fiscal year’s EPS is projected to grow 81.50% over the preceding year. With that, P/E for this year is expected to be 52.13.
For the forward P/E metric, market analysts have a 12-month target price of $17.14 on the stock of American Midstream Partners, LP.
Over the preceding five years, American Midstream Partners, LP has recorded EPS improvement of 8.00%. That against sales growth of 0.40% over the same 5-year period. For the imminent five years, analysts expect the firm to post EPS growth of 1.00%.
Let’s look into the charts of the stock
The Barchart Technical Opinion rating is a 8% Sell with a Average short term outlook on maintaining the current direction. Longer term, the trend strength is Minimum. Long term indicators fully support a continuation of the trend.
Analysts are projecting the stock of American Midstream Partners, LP to be trading at $17.14 in the next 12-months, but what been its performance quality until now?
The stock jumped/declined 13.03% in the previous week, and for the preceding month it is up/down 1.13%. For the quarter and for the fiscal year so far, the shares have risen/decline -12.09% and -26.10%, respectively. From a year earlier, the stock has moved 13.03%.
What about the volatility of the equity? First, the stock?s beta is 1.03. Investors would do well to note that beta of less than 1 indicates that the underlying security is less volatile as against the market, but beta over one implies that a security is extremely volatile compared to market.
In terms of monthly or weekly volatility, American Midstream Partners, LP has a weekly volatility of 8.17% and monthly volatility of 5.36%.