The shares of EPR Properties (NYSE:EPR) are trading at $18.19 after going up by $4.27. This increase in stock price represents a 44.82% rise from its 52-week low price of $12.56 which was attained back on March 18, earlier this year. But the price still lags -343.93% behind the highest price mark of $80.75 attained on 2019-05-28. EPR hasn’t been performing well over the past few days, with its price dropping by -35.7% during that time frame. The same can’t be said for its performance over the past 90 days as it dropped by roughly -73.28% while it’s overall lost so far this year stands at -75.76%. Looking further than that, its shares have gone down by just -74.25% this year to date. Over the next one year, EPR Properties shares are expected to reach $71.29, which means that it is expected to rise by 291.92% from its current position.
Out of 11 Wall Street analysts, 5 (45.45%) of them have rated EPR as a Buy. The remaining 5 brokerage firms which represent 45.45% that recommend investors to Hold while it was rated as a Sell by 1 analyst. EPR Properties shares held by institutional investors have dropped by 86.8% over the past three months. During that same time, 63 institutions invested in the stock, while 209 added the shares to their existing portfolios. 178 institutional investors reduced their shares in the compnay with only 38 selling their total positions.
The trading volume of EPR, when compared with its 50-day average volume of 1,260,692, has gone up by 207.46% after additional 3,876,180 shares were sold. The price of the stock is -63.71% below its 20-day SMA, which means that it is currently in a bearish trend. In addition to that, it is also -71.07% below its 50-day SMA, and -74.78% below its 200-day SMA. At the moment, EPR Properties’s ROE stands around 5.9% and market experts are of the view that the company’s earnings per share growth will stand at roughly 7% annually till 2023. If that happens, then it would be off by just -9.5% when compared to the previous five years.
The stock is expected to encounter its first resistance point at $20.71, which is just 12.17% above its current position while the next resistance stands at $23.24, 21.73% from its current price. If EPR fails to break the immediate resistance, then it is in danger of seeing its price drop to $10.48. The stock’s 14-day MACD is -23.36, which means that it is currently in a downward trading trend. Its two weeks RSI meanwhile stands at 19.29, indicating that the stock has been oversold while its 20-day historical volatility reads 252.75%, which is higher than its 50-day equivalent (169.64%).
The Estee Lauder Companies Inc. has seen its stock (NYSE:EL) climbed by 0.17% over the past few days and is now trading around at $156.51 on the Wall Street in the intra-day deal. During that period, roughly 3.8 Million EL shares were traded on NYSE. The 90-days average daily trading volume of the stock has been around 2.5 Million but 1.3 Million extra shares were traded on that day. EL has gone up by 14.23% from its 52-week low of $137.01 (recorded on March 18, 2020) and is now trading at $156.51 per share. The last time EL recorded a 52-week high was back in January 17, 2020, with a single stock trading at $220.42 back then.
Over the past one month, the stock hasn’t performed well as it dropped by -26.56% during that period. This led to its price decrease to stand at -24.22% since the start of the year. The situation still not remains the same when its performance over the past few days was reviewed as it lost -0.53% of its value in the past week. This recent development has seen its 12-month potential target price placed at $217.68, which means that it is expected to increase by 39.08% from its current price. Of the 23 Wall Street analysts that rated the stock, 56.52% (13 analysts) have rated EL as a Buy while the remaining 34.78% (8 analysts) rated it as a Hold, with 8.7% (2 analysts) rated the stock as a Sell.
The company has been making use of ROE that stands around 41.2%, with market experts of the view that their EPS over the next five years will likely rise by 10.29% annually. This will be a raise from the 9.5% growth achieved over the past five years. At the moment, EL is on a bearish trend, down -14.22% from its SMA20, -21.03% below its SMA50, and -18.89% below its SMA200. EL shares held by institutional investors have jumped by 92.1% over the past three months. A total of 128 institutional investors entered new positions while 491 added to their existing portfolio. 435 hedge funds lowered their positions in the stock with only 56 selling their shares entirely.
EL’s 9-day MACD currently stands at -9.26, which means that the price is on a downward trend. The stock’s 9-day RSI score reads 36.11, signaling that the stock is neutral. Its 20-day historical volatility currently stands at 100.97% and is on the upside when compared with its 50-day historical volatility which is 59.95%. A look at EL’s daily chart reveals that its first resistance point stands at $166.45, a 5.97% rise from its current position, while the second resistance point is 11.28% ($176.4) ahead of its current position. If the share fails to break the immediate resistances, it could drop down to $129.9.