Facebook, Inc. (FB)
Facebook, Inc. (FB) posted earnings of $1.41/Share in the previous quarter, as compared to earnings of $1.31/share estimated by analysts. The difference between the estimated and actual earnings was $0.1 per share.
Among analysts who offered their Analysis on Facebook, Inc. (FB)—16 analysts issued Strong buy for the stock, 26 analysts have given a Buy rating, 3 think it’s a HOLD, 1 reported it as Underperform, while 0 analyst issued a Sell rating. (These Recommendations are reported by Yahoo Finance and are only for the Current Month)
Growth Estimate for Facebook, Inc. (FB) is projected at 44.2 percent in the Current Quarter and 34 percent in the Next Quarter, according to analysts. The growth estimate for the next five years is 23.5 percent (per annum). Comparatively, growth in the past five years was 70.1 percent (per annum).
A number of analysts offered their Estimated Earnings analysis for Facebook, Inc. (FB) for the current quarter. 38 analysts projected on average Earnings. The High end of the forecast is $1.33/share, while the Low end is $0.9/share.
Average Revenue Estimate for the current quarter is $7.81 Billion, according to consensus forecast of 36 analysts. The High end of the Estimate is $8.29 Billion, while the Low end of the Estimate is $7.51 Billion. The company had Year Ago Sales of $6.96 Billion.
Price Target plays a critical role when it comes to the Analysis of a Stock. 41 Analysts think that the Price Target for Facebook, Inc. (FB) might hit $160.2, however, the High Price Target and Low price Target are $180 and $98, respectively.
Facebook, Inc. (FB) share price Fell -0.04% to reach $139.53 during the last trading session. The Market Cap of the company stands at 403.24 Billion. The stock has 52-week high of $142.31 and 52-week low of $72. The stock’s current distance from 20-Day Simple Moving Average (SMA20) is 1.11% where SMA50 and SMA200 are 4.25% and 11.45% respectively. The stock hit its 52-Week High on Mar 21, 2017 and 52-Week Low on Apr 27, 2016.
The Average Volume of the company is 12.99 Million, while the Relative Volume of the company is 0.74. The company’s P/E is 40.18 and Forward P/E ratio is 20.84.
Facebook, Inc. (FB) shows its Return on Assets (ROA) value of 17.5 percent, while the Return on Equity (ROE) value is 19.3 percent and Return on Investment (ROI) value stands at 17.1 percent. The company’s Relative strength index is 64.77.
Johnson & Johnson (JNJ)
2 analysts rated the stock of Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) as ‘STRONG BUY’, 6 rated as ‘BUY’ and 13 issued a ‘HOLD’ rating. The score shows the rating on a scale of 1 to 5, where 1=strong buy and 5=strong sell. The highest and lowest price target given by the brokerage firms to the equity are $138 and $108, respectively. The mean price target is $125.71 (according to consensus of 17 analysts).
Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) jumped 17.58 percent over the past one year, while it rose 9.59 percent year to date (YTD). The stock soared 6.18 percent over the last 6 months. The company’s quarterly performance represents an optimistic momentum of 9.5 percent, with a surge of 5.64 percent in the stock price over the last one month.
The stock is now trading at a distance of 0.55% from SMA-20. The stock is currently trading 6.24 percent higher from its SMA-50. Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) has a Return on Assets of 11.9 percent, Return on Equity of 22.9 percent, while Return on Investment of 17 percent.
The company is expected to report earnings of $1.76 per share for the current quarter, according to consensus agreement of 18 analysts. The high end of the earnings forecast is $1.84 per share and low end is $1.66 per share.
Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) is expected to report revenue of $18.01 Billion for the current quarter, according to consensus estimate of 14 analysts. The high end of the revenue guidance is $18.34 Billion and the low end is $17.77 Billion.
Johnson & Johnson’s growth estimate for the current quarter is 1.7, and 3.4 percent for the next quarter. Expected growth of Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) for the next year 5 years is 5.91 percent (per annum), as compared to 6.39 percent (per annum) in the past 5 years.