Shares of GTx, Inc. (NASDAQ:GTXI) last traded at $3.37. (NASDAQ:GTXI) performance year to date is -36.17%. The 200 day simple moving average is -44.88%. The 200 simple moving average (SMA) is considered a key indicator by traders and market analysts for determining the overall long-term trend. The price level in a market that coincides with the 200 SMA is recognized as a major support when price is above the 200 SMA or resistance when price is below the 200 SMA level.
GTx, Inc. is a biopharmaceutical company dedicated to the discovery, development and commercialization of small molecules for the treatment of cancer, including treatments for breast and prostate cancer, and other serious medical conditions. GTx’s lead candidate is enobosarm, a selective androgen receptor modulator, or SARM, targeted at the androgen receptor, or AR, in women with advanced breast cancer whose tumors express the androgen receptor and the estrogen receptor, or ER, and women with AR positive triple negative breast cancer. GTx is also evaluating enobosarm for the treatment of other serious medical conditions where building lean body mass is important.
GTx, Inc. (NASDAQ:GTXI) has been in the news for all the right reasons. Recently, GTx, Inc. (NASDAQ:GTXI) reported financial results for the first quarter of 2017, and highlighted recent accomplishments and upcoming milestones. The Company has two ongoing clinical trials of enobosarm (GTx-024) as a potential treatment in women with advanced breast cancer and one ongoing trial with enobosarm as a potential treatment for stress urinary incontinence (SUI) in postmenopausal women. The Company is also completing preclinical studies in its Selective Androgen Receptor Degrader (SARD) program that are required prior to initiating a clinical trial in men with castration-resistant prostate cancer (CRPC), which is planned for the first half of 2018.
The Barchart Technical Opinion rating is a 100% Sell with a Strongest short term outlook on maintaining the current direction. Longer term, the trend strength is in the Top 1%. Long term indicators fully support a continuation of the trend. The market is approaching oversold territory. Be watchful of a trend reversal.
The Exponential Moving Average (EMA) is similar to a simple moving average (average price over a set period) but it utilizes a weighting factor that exponentially declines from the most recent data point (recent prices are weighted higher than oid prices). EMA analysis compares the short term (5 days and 13 days), intermediate term (20 days) and long term (50 days) EMA’s. The respective EMA’s will give bullish signals when trading above trailing EMA’s and below the current price and vice versa. EMA alerts include crossovers (i.e the 5 day EMA crosses above/below the 20 day EMA) and EMA convergencies (5 day EMA equivalent to 13 day EMA). The 5 day EMA 4.05 is higher than the last trade price suggesting a short term bearish pattern building up. Long term, the 50 day EMA 4.64 is also higher than the current trading price depicting a bearish trend overall..
The relative strength index (RSI) is a momentum oscillator that is able to measure the velocity and magnitude of stock price changes. Momentum is calculated as the ratio of positive price changes to negative price changes. The RSI analysis compares the current RSI against neutral(50), oversold (30) and overbought (70) conditions. Alerts will inform you when stocks recede from oversold/overbought levels or breakthrough neutral (50). The current RSI is 28.02 suggesting a bearish price action.
GTx, Inc. (NASDAQ:GTXI) is all set to announce its earnings on Jun 14/b. As per Zack’s analyst ratings, GTx, Inc. (NASDAQ:GTXI) currently has an average brokerage rating of . On a scale of 1 to 5, a rating of 1 or 2 would indicate a buy, and a rating of 4 or 5 would signify a sell recommendation. A rating of 3 would indicate a hold on the stock. The consensus target price on (NASDAQ:GTXI) is $ with a high of $ and a low of $.
As such, while we believe GTx, Inc. (NASDAQ:GTXI) represents a compelling growth story exposed to several secularly attractive markets, it would be interesting to see how it fairs for long-term investors.