The Wendy’s Company (WEN) closed at price of $15.63 after 2.73 million shares traded at hands. The average volume was noted at 3.31 million shares while its relative volume was seen at 0.82. WEN delivered a increase of 1.56% return at the end of last trading. This augmented return is good signal for investors. The stock price volatility prevailed at 2.46% in recent month and negotiated volatility at 2.11% for the week. The share price yielded a positive 19.95% lead over its 52-week low and communicated declining move of -6.15% over its 52-week high. The Wendy’s Company (WEN) is a part of Services sector and belongs to Restaurants industry. Currently the stock RSI value stays around 64.37. The relative strength index (RSI) reflected overbought area when it is above 70 and notifies oversold level when it is below 30. The short ratio of stock is 7.12.
Now we move forward to observe the past performance. The stock is currently showing healthy performance of 3.72% throughout last week and witnessed Bullish performance of 9.00% in one month period. The stock price mounted 2.63% in three months and raised 2.96% for the last six months trading period. WEN indicated a yearly jumping performance of 11.96% while year-to-date (YTD) performance printed 15.61% escalated outlook.
For this relative risk measurement, the stock has beta value of 0.91. A stock with a beta less than 1 is considered less volatile than the market; more than 1 means more volatile. The company has analyst rating of 2.30 on scale of 1-5. In the profitability analysis, the company has gross profit margin of 57.00% while net profit margin was at 5.20%. The stock has 244.14 million shares outstanding and Average True Range for 14 days of 0.39. The company has 3.12 value in price to sale ratio while price to book ratio was recorded as 8.23.
The Wendy’s Company (WEN) price traded at a gap of 7.17% from an average price of last twenty days and stands at a distance of 4.49% away from it’s an average price of recent fifty days. Take a look at most well known 200-day moving average which averages prices over the past 200 days. The 200-day moving average is the standby for long-term investors. At present time the stock is moving 4.50% away to its 200-day moving average. The most commonly used moving averages are: the 20-day moving average (because a month contains roughly 20 trading days), 50-day moving average (roughly 3 months) and 200-day moving average (often used by long term traders). It’s worth customizing moving averages for particular markets or even individual securities. Moving averages can be used to determine support and resistance levels – it may be hard for the price to cross the moving average. It can also be used to determine the trend – the price of a security in a downtrend will be below its moving average and the price of a security in an uptrend, above it.