The Quote Summary page offers you a snapshot view for a specific sign. Real-time rates are offered by Cboe BZX Exchange on individual U.S. equities quote pages. During market hours, the real-time Cboe BZX price display screens and new trade updates are upgraded on the page (as suggested by a “flash”). Volume constantly shows consolidated markets. If the symbol has pre-market or post-market trades, that details will also be reflected in addition to the last (closing) price from the sign’s exchange. Real-time rates are available during market hours (9:30 AM to 4:00 PM EST).

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Summary Quoteboard

The Summary Quoteboard shows snapshot quote information. When available, Quote and Ask information from the Cboe BZX Exchange is upgraded as new data is gotten. Volume is also updated but is the delayed combined Volume from the sign’s exchange. Quoteboard data fields consist of:

  • Day High/ Low: The greatest and least expensive trade cost for the present trading session.
  • Open: The opening rate for the existing trading session is outlined on the day’s High/Low pie chart.
  • Previous Close: The closing price from the previous trading session.
  • Bid: The last bid cost and bid size.
  • Ask: The last ask rate and ask size.
  • Volume: The overall variety of shares or agreements traded in the current trading session.
  • Average Volume: The typical number of shares traded over the last 20 days.
  • Weighted Alpha: A measure of just how much a stock or product has increased or fallen over an one-year duration. Barchart takes this Alpha and weights this, appointing more weight to recent activity, and less (0.5 factor) to activity at the beginning of the period. Therefore, Weighted Alpha is a measure of 1 year growth with an emphasis on the most current price activity.

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A thumbnail of a daily chart is offered, with a link to open and customize a full-sized chart.Barchart Technical Opinion The Barchart Technical Viewpoint widget shows you today’s overally Barchart Viewpoint with basic details on how to interpret the short and longer term signals. Special to Barchart.com, Viewpoints evaluates a stock or commodity utilizing 13 popular analytics in other words -, medium- and long-term durations. Results are translated as buy, sell or hold signals, each with numeric rankings and summarized with a general portion buy or offer score. After each calculation the program designates a Buy, Offer, or Hold worth with the study, depending on where the rate depends on recommendation to the typical interpretation of the research study. For example, a price above its moving average is usually thought about an upward pattern or a buy. A sign will be provided one of the following total ratings: Strong Buy (greater than “66 % Buy”

) Buy(higher than or equal to “33 %Buy “and less than or equivalent to”66%Buy”)

  • Weak Buy (” 0% Buy”through
  • “33 %Buy”)Hold Strong Sell( greater than “66% Offer”
  • )Sell (greater than or equivalent to”33%Sell
  • “and
  • less than or equivalent to “66% Offer”)
  • Weak Sell(“0% Offer “through” 33% Sell “)The present reading of the 14-Day Stochastic sign is also factored into the interpretation. The following information will appear when the list below conditions are met: If the 14-Day Stochastic %K is greater than 90 and the Total Opinion is a Buy, the following displays:
  • “The market is in extremely overbought territory. Beware of a pattern turnaround. “If the 14-Day Stochastic%K is greater than 80 and the Overall Opinion is a Buy, the following screens:”The
  • market is approaching overbought territory. Be careful of a pattern turnaround. “If the 14-Day Stochastic%K is less than 10 and the Overall Viewpoint is an Offer, the following displays:”
  • The marketplace remains in extremely oversold territory. Be careful of a pattern turnaround. “If the 14-Day Stochastic%K is less than 20 and the Overall Viewpoint is an Offer, the following display screens:”The marketplace is approaching oversold territory. Be careful of a pattern turnaround. “Organization Summary Provides a general description of business carried out by this business. Cost Efficiency This section reveals the
Low and high over the past 1, 3 and 12-Month durations. Click the “See More “link to see the full Efficiency Report page with expanded historical information.Fundamentals For US and Canadian Stocks, the Summary page consists of key stats on the stock’s basics, with a link to see more. Market Cap: capitalization or market value of a stock is merely the market worth of all exceptional shares. It is calculated by increasing the marketplace rate by the number of outstanding shares. For example, a publicly held company with

  • 10 million shares exceptional that trade at$10 each would have a market capitalization of$100 million. Shares Outstanding: Common shares exceptional as reported by the business on the 10-Q or 10-K. Annual Sales: The yearly sales, expressed in countless dollars. Yearly Income: The annual earnings, revealed in countless dollars.
  • 60-Month Beta: Coefficient that determines the volatility of a stock’s returns relative
  • to the marketplace(S&P 500 ). It is based on a 60-month historic regression of the return on the stock onto the return on the S&P 500. Price/Sales: Most current closing cost divided by the
  • last 12 months of revenue/sales per share. Price/Cash Circulation: Latest closing cost divided by the last 12 months revenue/cash circulation per share. Price/Book: A monetary ratio utilized to compare a business’s existing market value to its book value. Price/Earnings: Latest closing price divided by the earnings-per-share based on the trailing 12 months. Business with unfavorable earnings receive an “NE.” Profits Per Share: The tracking 12 months EPS from overall operations
  • is the bottom line earnings after all costs, divided by the weighted typical variety of common shares exceptional. For
  • example, if a company has$10 million in earnings and 10 million in exceptional shares, then its EPS is $1. Latest Profits: The quantity of most current Profits Per Share(EPS)paid to shareholders and the date paid. Latest Earnings figures are based on Non-GAAP income from continuing operations. Next Profits Date: The next reported revenues date. Yearly Dividend & Yield: This yearly dividend rate and yield, computed from the latest dividend. The dividend rate is the portion of a business’s earnings paid to shareholders, quoted as the dollar amount each share receives (dividends per share). Yield is the quantity of dividends paid per share, divided by the closing cost. Most Recent Dividend: The most recent dividend paid and the most recent dividend date. Sectors: Hyperlinks to the Market Groups and/or SIC codes in which the stock is found. Options Overview Emphasizes important choices statistics for the sign. Suggested Volatility: The ATM average indicated volatility of the closest monthly options contract. 20-Day Historical Volatility: The average variance from the average rate over the last 20 days. IV Percentile: The percentage of days with implied volatility closing below the present ATM IV over the previous 1-year. IV Rank: The ATM average indicated volatility relative to the highest and lowest values over the previous 1-year.
  • If IV Rank is 100%this indicates the IV is at its highest level over the previous 1-year.

    • IV High: The 1-year High Implied Volatility worth and date reached. IV Low: The 1-year Low Implied Volatility worth and date reached. Put/Call Vol Ratio: The overall Put/Call volume ratio for all alternative contracts( across all expiration dates). Today’s Volume: The overall volume for all alternative contracts (throughout all expiration dates )traded throughout the existing session. Volume Avg( 30-Day ): The average volume for all option contracts (across all expiration dates )for the last 30-days. Put/Call OI Ratio: The put/call open interest ratio for all options agreements(throughout all expiration
    • dates). Today’s Open Interest: The overall open interest for all option contracts
    • (throughout all expiration dates). Open Int(30-Day): The average overall open interest for all choice agreements (across all expiration dates) for the last 1 month. Related Stocks For contrast functions, find
    • info on other symbols included in the exact same sector.Most Current Stories View the latest leading stories from the Associated Press or Canadian Press(based upon
    • your Market selection ).