Home Depot (NYSE:HD) closed at the price of $184.07. The stock has a market capitalization of $208.92 Billion however its outstanding shares are 1.14 Billion. The company’s beta value stood at 1.11.
Home Depot (NYSE:HD) has an ABR of 1.64 which is the combined stock view of 21 analysts poll results. As per Zacks simplified descending rating scale the ABR rank is displayed in the range of 1 to 5 where 1 represents Strong Buy and 5 a Strong Sell. As the name implies that ABR will show you the Average of Brokerage Recommendations on a given stock. It helps you quickly get a picture of where Wall Street stands on a stock without reading huge research reports. The smaller number of ABR is the more favorable. The modest value of the stock is known as the current ABR of the stock.
However out of 21 analysts 15 suggest Home Depot (NYSE:HD) a Strong Buy, 9 suggested Buy, 10 Hold and 0 Sell, while 0 analysts recommend the stock a Strong Sell.
Analysts are expecting average earnings estimates of $2.16 for the current quarter based on the opinion of 29 analysts, relating to high earnings per share estimates of $2.33 and low estimates of $2.09, however Home Depot (NYSE:HD) reported $1.69 earnings per share for the same quarter last year.
For the current quarter Home Depot (NYSE:HD) has average revenue estimates of $26.61 Billion, a total number of 25 analysts provided estimations over revenues. However the low revenue estimates for the company are $26.4 Billion versus high revenue estimates of $26.94 Billion. A year ago the company’s sales were $23880000 while its sales growth yearly estimates for the current quarter are 11.4%.
Taking a broader look at the analyst consensus, brokerage firms have a price target of $203.43 on Home Depot (NYSE:HD). Brokerage firms on the street have price targets on the name ranging from $175 to $230 based on 28 opinions.
Home Depot (NYSE:HD) as of current trade, has shown weekly performance of 0.29% which was maintained at 3.47% in one month period. Year to date performance remained at 7.13%. During the past three months the stock gain 1.03%, however six months performance of the stock remained at -6.59%. Home Depot (NYSE:HD)’s price sits 4.91% above from its SMA 50 of $176.39 and -2.58% far from the SMA 200 which is at $187.41.
Currently Home Depot (NYSE:HD)’s shares owned by insiders are 0.1%, whereas shares owned by institutional owners are 72.2%. However the six-month change in the insider ownership was recorded -12.2%, as well as three-month change in the institutional ownership was recorded 0.01%.
The stock is trading -14.56% away from its 52 week high of $215.43 and 16.43% far from the stock’s low point over the past 52 weeks, which was $158.09.
The price-earnings ratio (P/E ratio) is the ratio for valuing a company that measures its current share price relative to its per-share earnings. Home Depot (NYSE:HD)’s price to earnings ratio stood at 19.57. A high P/E suggests that investors are expecting higher earnings growth in the future compared to companies with a lower P/E. A low P/E can indicate either that a company may currently be undervalued or that the company is doing exceptionally well relative to its past trends.
The PEG ratio is used to determine a stock’s value while taking the company’s earnings growth into account, and is considered to provide a more complete picture than the P/E. Home Depot (NYSE:HD) has a current PEG of 1.39. Home Depot (NYSE:HD)’s price to sales ratio for trailing twelve month stands at 1.98, whereas its price to book ratio for the most recent quarters is at 158.68. However the company’s price to cash per share for most recent quarter stands at 1.55. Its price to free cash flow for trailing twelve months is 118.44.