Americas Gold and Silver Corporation (AMEX:USAS) price closed lower on Friday, September 15, dropping -5.68% below its previous close.
A look at the daily price movement shows that the last close reads $0.40, with intraday deals fluctuated between $0.38 and $0.40. Taking into account the 52-week price action we note that the stock hit a 52-week high of $0.76 and 52-week low of $0.34. The stock added 4.62% on its value in the past month.
Americas Gold and Silver Corporation, which has a market valuation of $82.28 million. Analysts tracking USAS have forecast the quarterly EPS to shrink by -0.01 per share this quarter, while the same analysts predict the annual EPS to hit -$0.11 for the year 2023 and up to -$0.05 for 2024. In this case, analysts estimate an annual EPS growth of 52.20% for the year and 54.50% for the next year.
On average, analysts have forecast the company’s revenue for the quarter will hit $26.9 million, with the likely lows of $26.9 million and highs of $26.9 million. The average estimate suggests sales growth for the quarter will likely rise by 47.00% when compared to those recorded in the same quarter in the last financial year. Staying with the analyst view, there is a consensus estimate of $106.15 million for the company’s annual revenue in 2023. Per this projection, the revenue is forecast to grow 24.90% above that which the company brought in 2023.
Revisions to the company’s EPS highlights a short term direction of a stock’s price movement, which in the last 7 days came up with no upward and no downward reviews. On the technical perspective front, indicators give USAS a short term outlook of 50% Sell on average. Looking at the stock’s medium term indicators we note that it is averaging as a 100% Sell, while an average of long term indicators are currently assigning the stock as 100% Sell.
Here is a look at the average analyst rating for the stock as represented on a scale of 1.00 to 5.00, with the extremes of 1.00 and 5.00 suggesting the stock is strong buy or strong sell respectively. Specifically, 6 analysts have assigned USAS a recommendation rating as follows: 2 rate it as a Hold; 3 advise Buy while 1 analyst(s) assign an Overweight rating. 0 analyst(s) have tagged the Americas Gold and Silver Corporation (USAS) stock as Underweight, with 0 recommending Sell. In general, analysts have rated the stock Overweight, a scenario likely to bolster investors out for an opportunity to add to their holdings of the company’s shares.
The overview shows that USAS’s price is at present -3.92% off the SMA20 and -1.58% from the SMA50. The Relative Strength Index (RSI) metric on the 14-day timeframe is pointing at 47.16, with weekly volatility standing at 6.11%. The indicator jumps to 5.41% when calculated based on the past 30 days. Americas Gold and Silver Corporation (AMEX:USAS)’s beta value is holding at 1.10, while the average true range (ATR) indicator is currently reading 0.02. Considering analysts have assigned the stock a price target range of $0.55-$2.00 as the low and high respectively, we find the trailing 12-month average consensus price target to be $1.04. Based on this estimate, we see that current price is roughly -44.74% off the estimated low and -426.32% off the forecast high. Investors will no doubt be excited to see the share price fall to $0.95, which is the median consensus price, and at that level USAS would be -150.0% from current price.
An analysis of the Americas Gold and Silver Corporation (AMEX:USAS) stock in terms of its daily trading volume indicates that the 3-month average is 384.58K. However, this figure increases on the past 10-day timeline to an average of 0.36 million.
Current records show that the company has 216.48M in outstanding shares. The insiders’ percentage holdings are 4.09% of outstanding shares while the percentage share held by institutions stands at 24.36%. The stats also highlight that short interest as of Aug 30, 2023, stood at 3.49 million shares, which puts the short ratio at the time at 12.15. From this we can glean that short interest is 1.61% of company’s current outstanding shares. Notably, we see that shares short in August rose slightly given the previous month’s figure stood at 3.35 million. But the -33.12% downside, the stock’s price has registered year-to-date as of last trading, will likely reignite investor interest given the prospect of it rallying even higher.