It is best to consider a long-term outlook for a ticker by using Fundamental Analysis (FA) ratings. The rating of 1 to 100, where 1 is best and 100 is worst, is divided into thirds. The first third (a green rating of 1-33) indicates that the ticker is undervalued; the second third (a grey number between 34 and 66) means that the ticker is valued fairly; and the last third (red number of 67 to 100) reflects that the ticker is undervalued. We use an FA Score to show how many ratings show the ticker to be undervalued (green) or overvalued (red).
AESC’s FA Score shows that 0 FA rating(s) are green whileSRE’s FA Score has 1 green FA rating(s).
It is best to consider a short-term outlook for a ticker by using Technical Analysis (TA) indicators. We use Odds of Success as the percentage of outcomes which confirm successful trade signals in the past.
If the Odds of Success (the likelihood of the continuation of a trend) for each indicator are greater than 50%, then the generated signal is confirmed. A green percentage from 90% to 51% indicates that the ticker is in a bullish trend. A red percentage from 90% - 51% indicates that the ticker is in a bearish trend. All grey percentages are below 50% and are considered not to confirm the trend signal.
AESC’s TA Score shows that 5 TA indicator(s) are bullish while SRE’s TA Score has 6 bullish TA indicator(s).
AESC (@Electric Utilities) experienced а +4.52% price change this week, while SRE (@Electric Utilities) price change was +0.96% for the same time period.
The average weekly price growth across all stocks in the @Electric Utilities industry was +1.46%. For the same industry, the average monthly price growth was +3.95%, and the average quarterly price growth was -3.86%.
SRE is expected to report earnings on Feb 27, 2024.
Electric utilities companies generate, transmit and distribute electricity to businesses/offices and residences. Companies may be owned by the government or investors or public shareholders, or a combination thereof. The industry also includes firms that buy and sell electricity. Companies in this industry typically require significant investments in infrastructure. Many firms in this industry pay substantial and regular dividends to shareholders. However, changes in interest rates (and their impact on debt burdens), natural disasters and changing commodity prices could be factors affecting energy utilities’ profit margins. NextEra Energy, Inc., Duke Energy Corporation, Dominion Energy Inc. and Southern Company are among U.S. electric utilities companies with the largest market capitalizations.
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Tickeron ratings are formulated such that a rating of 1 designates the most successful stocks in a given industry, while a rating of 100 points to the least successful stocks for that industry.
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A.I.dvisor indicates that over the last year, AESC has been closely correlated with AES. These tickers have moved in lockstep 95% of the time. This A.I.-generated data suggests there is a high statistical probability that if AESC jumps, then AES could also see price increases.
A.I.dvisor indicates that over the last year, SRE has been closely correlated with AEE. These tickers have moved in lockstep 81% of the time. This A.I.-generated data suggests there is a high statistical probability that if SRE jumps, then AEE could also see price increases.