Focusing in on the valuation of Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMD), we can take a look at several ratios. One of the quickest ways to determine the projected value of a stock is the price to earnings growth, or PEG ratio. This formula was popularized by Peter Lynch and according to his calculations, a stock which is fairly valued will have a price to earnings ratio equal to its rate of growth. Simply put, a stock with a PEG ratio of 1 would be considered fairly valued.
A stock with a ratio of under 1.0 would be undervalued and a stock with a PEG over 1.0 would be considered over valued. Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. currently has a PEG ratio of 2.53.Trying to predict the day to day short-term movements of the stock market can be nearly impossible. Stocks have the tendency to make sudden moves on even the slightest bit of news or for apparently no reason at all. The daily trader may be looking to capitalize on swings or momentum, but the long-term investor may be searching for stability and consistency over a sustained period of time. During trading sessions, stock movements can seem like a popularity contest from time to time. Even after meticulous study, there may be no logical reason for a particular stock move. Riding out the waves of uncertainty may not be easy, but having a full-proof plan for when markets turn bad might be a great help to investors for long-term portfolio health.
Most importantly investors want to know where the stock is headed from here. In order to get a sense of Wall Street sentiment, we can look to equity research analyst estimates. On a one to five ratings scale where 1.0 indicates a Strong Buy, 2.0 indicates a Buy, 3.0 a Hold, 4.0 a Sell and 5.0 a Stong Sell. Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMD) currently has an average analyst recommendation of 2.50 according to analysts. This is the average number based on the total brokerage firms taken into consideration by Beta Systems Research. The same analysts have a future one-year price target of $25.75 on the shares.
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In addition to sell-side rational, we can also take a look at some technical indicators. The stock is currently 6.73% away from its 50-day simple moving average and 18.94% away from the 200 day average. Based on a recent trade, the shares are -18.10% away from the 52-week high and 139.18% from the 52-week low. The RSI (Relative Strength Index), which shows price strength by comparing upward and downward close to close movements.
An RSI approaching 70 is typically deemed to be nearing overbought status and could be ripe for a pullback. Alternatively an RSI nearing 30 indicates that the stock could be getting oversold and might be considered undervalued. The RSI for Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.(NASDAQ:AMD) currently stands at 55.72.
Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMD) has posted trailing 12 months earnings of $0.32 per share. The company has seen a change of 126.90% earnings per share this year. Analysts are predicting 52.88% for the company next year. The firm is yielding 8.00% return on assets and 33.80% return on equity.
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