Harley-Davidson, Inc. (NYSE:HOG), from Consumer Goods sector has been doing well recently.
Harley-Davidson, Inc. has been operating with a total market capitalizations of 10180.78 and has reported a price of 57.59 today, highlighting a positive change of -0.76%.
The average volume stands at 2280.88 for Harley-Davidson, Inc..
The performance week for Harley-Davidson, Inc. is at 2.76% while the performance month is at -4.38%. The quarterly and half-yearly performance stats are -2.95% and 3.78% respectively.
The performance (Year to Date) is currently at 0.11%.
The current operating margin for Harley-Davidson, Inc. is at 16.60%.
The return on assets for Harley-Davidson, Inc. stands at 6.20%, (ROA – calculated by dividing the total annual earnings by the company’s total assets – illustrates how profitable a company really is in relation to its total assets). The dividend yield stands at 2.52% while the payout ratio is 40.20%.
At present the return on equity (ROE) stands at 31.70% and the debt to equity is at 3.5.
Harley-Davidson, Inc.’s 52-week high is currently at -9.16% and the 52-weel low is at 40.97%. The simple 20 day moving average stands at -2.79% and the simple 200-day moving average is at 3.18%.
A simple definition of the simple moving average: The simple moving average (SMA) is calculated by adding the closing price of the stock for the given time periods, say for 20 days, and then dividing it by that time period- i.e 20. It usually helps to smooth out the ‘noise’ by filtering out random price movements. Since SMA is based on past data, it will tend to have a lag. The longer the time period the greater the lag. So a 20-day SMA will have less lag than the 200-day SMA. Shorter SMAs are used for short-term trading and vice versa.
The earnings per share growth rate for this year stands at 3.80% and 10.36% for the coming year.
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