Bank of America Corporation (NYSE:BAC) shares, rose in value on Wednesday, 10/13/21, with the stock price down by -0.92% to the previous day’s close as strong demand from buyers drove the stock to $43.14.
Actively observing the price movement in the last trading, the stock closed the session at $43.54, falling within a range of $42.33 and $43.635. The value of beta (5-year monthly) was 1.55 whereas the PE ratio was 14.44 over 12-month period. Referring to stock’s 52-week performance, its high was $44.87, and the low was $23.12. On the whole, BAC has fluctuated by 8.28% over the past month.
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With the market capitalization of Bank of America Corporation currently standing at about $361.22 billion, investors are eagerly awaiting this quarter’s results, scheduled for Oct 14, 2021. The company’s Forward Dividend Ratio is 0.84, with its dividend yield at 1.95%. As a result, investors might want to see an improvement in the stock’s price before the company announces its earnings report. Analysts are projecting the company’s earnings per share (EPS) to be $0.7, which is expected to increase to $0.81 for fiscal year $3.26 and then to about $3.03 by fiscal year 2022. Data indicates that the EPS growth is expected to be 74.30% in 2022, while the next year’s EPS growth is forecast to be -7.10%.
Analysts have estimated the company’s revenue for the quarter at $21.61 billion, with a low estimate of $21.28 billion and a high estimate of $22.05 billion. According to the average forecast, sales growth in current quarter could jump up 3.80%, compared to the corresponding quarter of last year. Wall Street analysts also predicted that in 2022, the company’s y-o-y revenues would reach $88.23 billion, representing an increase of 2.60% from the revenues reported in the last year’s results.
Revisions could be a useful indicator to get insight on short-term price movement; so for the company, there were no upward and no downward review(s) in last seven days. We see that BAC’s technical picture suggests that short-term indicators denote the stock is a 100% Buy on average. However, medium term indicators have put the stock in the category of 100% Buy while long term indicators on average have been pointing out that it is a 100% Buy.
27 analyst(s) have assigned their ratings of the stock’s forecast evaluation on a scale of 1.00-5.00 to indicate a strong buy to a strong sell recommendation. The stock is rated as a Hold by 9 analyst(s), 14 recommend it as a Buy and 2 called the BAC stock Overweight. In the meantime, 1 analyst(s) believe the stock as Underweight and 1 think it is a Sell. Thus, investors eager to increase their holdings of the company’s stock will have an opportunity to do so as the average rating for the stock is Overweight.
The stock’s technical analysis shows that the PEG ratio is about 0.59, with the price of BAC currently trading nearly 2.00% and 4.04% away from the simple moving averages for 20 and 50 days respectively. The Relative Strength Index (RSI, 14) currently indicates a reading of 55.71, while the 7-day volatility ratio is showing 2.22% which for the 30-day chart, stands at 2.10%. Furthermore, Bank of America Corporation (BAC)’s beta value is 1.53, and its average true range (ATR) is 0.99. The company’s stock has been forecasted to trade at an average price of $44.80 over the course of the next 52 weeks, with a low of $34.00 and a high of $52.00. Based on these price targets, the low is 21.19% off current price, whereas the price has to move -20.54% to reach the yearly target high. Additionally, analysts’ median price of $45.00 is likely to be welcomed by investors because it represents a decrease of -4.31% from the current levels.
A comparison of Bank of America Corporation (BAC) with its peers suggests the former has fared considerably weaker in the market. BAC showed an intraday change of -0.92% in last session, and over the past year, it grew by 72.91%%. In comparison, JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM) has moved lower at -2.64% on the day and was up 59.75% over the past 12 months. On the other hand, the price of Wells Fargo & Company (WFC) has fallen -1.29% on the day. The stock, however, is off 86.14% from where it was a year ago. Additionally, there is a loss of -0.54% for Citigroup Inc. (C) in last trading while the stock has seen an overall depriciation of 60.85%% over the past year. The PE ratio stands at 14.44 for Bank of America Corporation, compared to 10.74 for JPMorgan Chase & Co., and 13.35 for Wells Fargo & Company. Other than that, the overall performance of the S&P 500 during the last trading session shows that it gained 0.30%. Meanwhile, the Dow Jones Industrial Slipped by 0.00%.
Data on historical trading for Bank of America Corporation (NYSE:BAC) indicates that the trading volumes over the past 10 days have averaged 44.03 million and over the past 3 months, they’ve averaged 48.34 million. According to company’s latest data on outstanding shares, there are 8.62 billion shares outstanding.
Nearly 0.12% of Bank of America Corporation’s shares belong to company insiders and institutional investors own 73.30% of the company’s shares. The data on short interest also indicates that stock shorts accounted for 77.25 million shares as on Jul 14, 2021, resulting in a short ratio of 1.54. According to the data, the short interest in Bank of America Corporation (BAC) stood at 0.91% of shares outstanding as of Jul 14, 2021; the number of short shares registered in Jun 14, 2021 reached 83.09 million. The stock has risen by 42.33% since the beginning of the year, thereby showing the potential of a further growth. This could raise investors’ confidence to be optimistic about the BAC stock heading into the next quarter.