Company Name: Company name of the security you are viewing.
Symbol: The symbol of the security the market price information is for.
Exchange: The stock exchange the security trades on that you are viewing.
Sector: The industry sector of the company.
Latest: The last available price for the security. Quotes are delayed 15 minutes unless otherwise indicated.
Change: The price increase or decrease, and percentage change for the security during the current or latest trading day compared to the previous closing price.
Volume: The number of shares of the security traded during the current or latest trading day.
Trade Time: Date and time of the latest available price.
Open: The first transaction price for the security when trading began for the current day or latest day.
Previous Close: Last price for the security as of the previous close of trading.
High: The highest price at which the security has traded during the current or latest trading day.
Low: The lowest price at which the security has traded during the current or latest trading day.
Bid: The Bid shows the highest price a buyer is willing to pay for the security at a given time. The "x number" is the latest bid size (The aggregate size in board lots of the most recent bid to buy the security).
Ask: The Ask shows the lowest price a seller is willing to accept for the security at a given time. The "x number" is the latest ask size (The aggregate size in board lots of the most recent ask to sell the security).
52-Week High: The highest price at which the security has traded during the latest 52 weeks, and the date at which it occur.
52-Week Low: The lowest price at which the security has traded during the latest 52 weeks, and the date at which it occur.
Beta: The beta is a measure of a stock's price volatility in relation to the market. In other words, what has been the stock's price move relative to the market.
Market Capitalization: A company's market capitalization is its stock market dollar value. It is calculated as total common shares outstanding multiplied by its current stock price.
EPS: EPS is the company's trailing 12 months earnings per share before extraordinary items. Eps is calculated as earnings before extraordinary items, less preferred-share dividends, divided by average common shares outstanding during indicated fiscal year.
P/E: P/E stands for price-to-earnings ratio. The P/E is a value indicator that represents the number of times a company's per share earnings must be multiplied in order to match its stock market price. In general the higher the price-to-earnings ratio, the more expensive the stock is.
Forward P/E: Forward price to earnings ratio is the company's expected price to earnings using estimated earnings per share.
PEG: Price to earnings to growth ratio compares the company's price/earnings with the company's expected 5 year annual growth rate.
Annual Dividend: The indicated annual dividend per share based on dividends paid in the last 12 months.
Yield: Shows the percentage return on a stock generated by its indicated annual per share dividend.
Range: 1 Day 5 Day 1 Year
The default chart is a 5-day intra day line chart of periods closing values with an underlay of the trading volume for the period. At the bottom of the chart you have the option of changing the chart display to a one day intra day, 5-day intra day or a one year chart just by clicking on the range you want displayed, the chart will then reload displaying the new range.
The activity bar chart shows the relative strength of the stock's current day stock price performance and volume to the last nine trading days. The relative strength of the sector and market to the last nine trading days is shown for comparison.
We display the latest news and press releases for the company/stock being displayed.
Sales: is the trailing twelve months total revenue as reported by the company, unless no quarterly financial information is available, then the results for the last annual is displayed.Report Typo/Error
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