Equity ownership in Ooma, Inc. (NYSE:OOMA) is spread out. As per the latest figures, insiders own 10.20% of the company. That compares with institutional ownership of 85.40%.
In terms of transactions along the lines of equity ownership, the company has seen -87.90% insider transactions and 31.13% institutional transactions in the recent months.
The Barchart Technical Opinion rating is a 48% Sell with a Average short term outlook on maintaining the current direction. Longer term, the trend strength is Strong. Long term indicators mostly agree with the trend.
Recently, Ooma, Inc. (NYSE:OOMA) announced that it will release its financial results for the first quarter ended April 30, 2017
Ooma, Inc. has 18.14M shares outstanding of which 16.63M float. The short float is 1.42%, implying a short ratio of 1.51.
In terms of stock price performance, shares of Ooma, Inc. have moved -30.38% over the last one week and have moved -31.25% over the last one month. Stock performance for the last one quarter is -18.32% and for the last six months is -7.82%. Over the last 12 months shares of Ooma, Inc. have moved 21.32% and their movement so far this year is -8.33%.
What has Ooma, Inc. produced for investors over the last 12 months? The company’s financial documents reveal return on assets for the trailing 12 months is -17.70% and return on equity for the same period is -31.60%. Return on investments for the last 12 months stands at -33.40%.
Where does Ooma, Inc. stands in terms of liquidity and balance sheet strength? The company’s current ratio for the most recent quarter is 2.00 and quick ratio for the same period is 1.90. The company?s Long Term Debt/Equity and Total Debt/Equity ratios for the most recent quarter are 0.00 and 0.00, respectively.
Other performance indicators worth keeping in mind in this stock is that its P/Cash for the most recent quarter is 2.81.
Analysts who have weighed on the stock have an average price target of $14.70 on it and average recommendation of 1.70.