Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation (SMI) stock price performed at a change of -12.62% from 20 day SMA and stands at a distance of -16.28% away from 50 day SMA. At present time the stock is moving -27.63% away to its 200-day moving average. It goes without saying that investors should not rely solely on any one technique. However, applying moving-average strategies in conjunction with portfolio diversification and prudent money management may reduce one’s risk substantially.
Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation (SMI) finalized the Wednesday at price of $4.7 after traded 299851 shares. The average volume was noted at 200.41K shares while its relative volume was seen at 1.5. Short Ratio of stock is 4.65. Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation is a part of Technology sector and belongs to Semiconductor – Integrated Circuits industry. The recent session disclosed a -3.89% negative lead over its 52-week stock price low and showed negative move of -48.59% over its 52-week high stock price. The stock price volatility remained at 1.60% in recent month and reaches at 2.30% for the week. The Average True Range (ATR) is also a measure of volatility is currently sitting at 0.13.
Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation (SMI) stock is currently showing negative return of -12.96% throughout last week and witnessed bearish return of -13.76% in one month period. The stock price dipped -24.07% in three months and plunged -27.13% for the last six months trading period. SMI indicated a yearly performance of -25.63% while year-to-date (YTD) performance stood at -45.09%. The stock price moved with change of -27.77% to its 50 Day low point and changed -3.89% comparing to its 50 Day high point.
Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation (SMI) reported loss return of -5.43% return in last trading session. It is a positive indicator for investor portfolio value — when the price of a stock Investor owns goes up in value. On the other side it is not a negative indicator for Investor portfolio value — when the price of a stock Investor owns moves down in value. The return on assets ratio of the Company was 1.30% while its return on investment ratio was 1.40%. Price to sales ratio was 1.5 while Price to sales book ratio stands at 0.82. 1.30% shares of the company were owned by Institutional investors.
In the liquidity ratio analysis; current ratio was 2 while Total Debt/Equity ratio was 0.61. The stock’s RSI amounts to 24.12. The relative strength index (RSI) reflected overbought area when it is above 70 and notifies oversold level when it is below 30. The Beta factor, which is used riskiness of the security was -0.02.
Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation (SMI)’s EPS growth Analysis:
Out of the important value indicator of stocks, EPS growth rate is most important. It will depend on the stock, the industry and the interest rates. Some stocks rarely if ever have high EPS, while others seem like they are always high. Some industries have lower average historical EPS than others as well. Also interest rates can affect EPS. EPS stands for earning per share. It is calculates as Net Profit/No. of Shares Outstanding. The term earnings per share (EPS) represents the portion of a company’s earnings, net of taxes and preferred stock dividends, that is allocated to each share of common stock.
Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation (SMI) is estimating to achieve earnings per share (EPS) growth of -52.90% for this year while EPS growth expected to touch -16.67% for next year. The company reported EPS (ttm) of 0.16. Take a view on its long-term annual earnings per share (EPS) growth rate which is suggested by Analyst to reach at -9.20% for next 5 years and looking its past five year record, annual EPS growth rate was 40.10%.
Generally, companies with positive EPS are more highly valued than companies with negative EPS, and a novice investor should just stick to companies with long track records of profit making. But that is not to say that companies with negative EPS should be avoided. These stocks are extremely attractive to contrarian/special events/distressed securities investors. But it takes a remarkable amount of expertise and knowledge (don’t forget common sense) to be investing in these companies and being successful. Evaluating stocks to buy and sell can be a tricky business, even with all of the data available at your fingertips.