Fully Valued Stocks on AMEX
Today we are looking at companies that are considered fully valued based on the Analyst data in the StockCalc database.
In this table we can see the close price and target price for these companies along with the number of analysts covering the stock. We also have included the fiscal year for the target price as sometimes these analyst targets are not for the current or even the next fiscal year.
There can be a number of reasons why a company would be on this list. What is particularly interesting are companies with a large analyst following that make this list. We need to dig deeper into these companies to understand why the difference in price versus target.
Today’s Data on AMEX
Today’s data is for companies listed on the American Stock Exchange.
|Symbol||Name||Target Year||Close Price||Target Price Mean||Currency||Target Price # of Estimates|
|LNG||Cheniere Energy Inc||2017||48.010000||45.0000||USD||1|
|STS||Supreme Industries Inc||2017||18.110000||18.0000||USD||1|
|NTN||NTN Buzztime Inc||2017||7.613000||6.6500||USD||1|
Let’s look at a few companies…
Lets look at a couple of the companies on this list to get a better understanding of them.
LNG:ASE Cheniere Energy
Cheniere Energy has 888 employees and is headquartered in United States.
Cheniere Energy Inc is engaged in LNG-related businesses. It owns and operates the Sabine Pass LNG terminal in Louisiana through its ownership interest in and management agreements with Cheniere Energy Partners, L.P.
STS:ASE Supreme Industries
Supreme Industries has 1400 employees and is headquartered in United States.
Supreme Industries Inc is a manufacturer of vehicles including truck bodies, buses, and armored and specialty vehicles. The Company has two operating segments: specialized vehicles and fiberglass products.
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