FBR & Co. (NASDAQ:FBRC)‘s shares have oscillated between a high of $57.81% and a low of $191.85% over the last 12 months.
For the last 50 days, the stock has risen to a peak price of $66.76% and hit a bottom of $88.69%.
The Barchart Technical Opinion rating is a 8% Buy with a Weakest 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.
Recently, FBR & Co. (NASDAQ:FBRC) announced that its Board of Directors has declared a special cash dividend of $7.61 per common share. The special dividend is being declared in connection with the previously announced combination with B. Riley Financial, Inc. (the “Merger”) and is contingent upon the satisfaction or waiver of the closing conditions to the Merger. The special cash dividend will be paid on or about June 1, 2017 to all FBR shareholders of record as of the close of business on May 30, 2017.
On moving volumes measurements, the stock’s 20-Day Simple Moving Average price is $80.55%, 50-Day Simple Moving Average is $76.01% and 200-Day Simple Moving Average is $106.95%.
The stock is now moved 137.32% for the year. Over the last six months it has moved 158.17%, compared with a movement of 69.05% for the quarter, 71.87% for the month and 84.19% for the week.
The average volume, usually a measurement of three months average, is 106.60K. Relative volume on the other hand is 1.68. In total, FBR & Co. has 7.14M shares outstanding, with 5.79M of them being free float shares.
The stock’s short float stands at 4.39%, working out to a short ratio of 2.38.
Institutional investors own 69.70% of FBR & Co.’s equity, while insiders own 12.30% of the stock. In the last couple of months, the stock has seen 0.79% institutional investor transactions, compared to 0.00% insider transactions.
How have the investors seen their investment in the stock change? FBR & Co.’s return on equity for the trailing 12 months is -45.60% and return on investments for a similar period calculates to -56.20%. The company posted return on assets of -5.60% for the same trailing 12 months period.
Does FBR & Co. have the ability to keep its doors open ? at least over the short-term? The company’s current ratio at the end of the most recent quarter was -, while quick ratio for the same period was -.