Vivint Solar, Inc. (NYSE:VSLR) net profit margin was 36.50%%. The firm’s Return on Assets were 3.00%. At the end of the day, the stock posted a Market Cap of $598.13M in the Semiconductor – Specialized Industry.
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Recently, Vivint Solar, Inc. (NYSE:VSLR) posted a total traded volume of 2,526,398, and the stock recorded a change of 3.85% in the previous trading session. The firm posted a 52-Week High of $1.89% and a52-Week Low of $116.00%. The monthly Volatility of Vivint Solar, Inc. stood at 5.97%.
Vivint Solar, Inc. announced EPS of $0.53. This exhibits a growth of 34.20% in EPS this year against to what was recorded last financial year and exhibits an overall growth of -% over the past five year.
Vivint Solar, Inc.’s ownership was divided with insider ownership amounting to 1.70% while institutionaloOwnership came at 93.70%. Total insider transactions were -19.76% and total Institutional transactions were -0.60%.
Return on Assets reported was 3.00%. Return on Equity for the fiscal year was 11.60% while Return on Investments was -15.90%. The firm ended the year with a Total Debt/Equity of 1.52 out of which Long Term Debt/Equity was 1.49. Current and quick ratio was 1.50 and 1.40 respectively.
The firm posted a gross margin of -10.80% and an operating margin of -81.20%. The company has 110.77M stock outstanding at a price of $5.40 per share.
P/E was 10.19 while Forward P/E was -. P/S was 3.50 and P/Cash was 3.97.
While First Solar’s shares sank along with the market on Tuesday, Vivint Solar almost saw gains of 22% after a Goldman Sachs analyst upped his price target and said the company could be a potential acquisition target. First Solar closed in the red down over 2% but the stock has still been on a positive trend up after releasing better than expected first quarter earnings results last month.