Analysts are predicting that Titan International, Inc. (NYSE:TWI) is going to report an earnings of $-0.09 per share. The actual earnings for Titan International, Inc. will be released on or around 2017-02-23 according to Zacks . How will investors react to the analyst’s prediction? What will investors look at leading up to the actual earnings release? And how can investors do some prep work before making an important financial investment?
Before we delve into the numbers, let’s look at the surprise factor. Investors want to know right off the bat about the surprise factor. This helps them determine if an analyst is being overly optimistic or not. Recently Titan International, Inc. recorded a surprise factor of -38.46% and an Earnings Per Share of $-0.05.
It’s all about the ABR
An investor wants to determine the consensus on a stock, and they can do that by looking at the average of a collection of analyst’s predictions on a particular stock’s equity. This average is known as the ABR (The Average Brokerage Recommendation). The average is based on a ranking system scored between 1 to 5, with 1 being a strong buy recommendation and 5 being a strong sell. Presently, Titan International, Inc. (NYSE:TWI) has shares with an ABR of 2.33. The ABR is based on of 4. Investors need to be wary about this number because analysts can be overly optimistic on their ratings, especially if there is a conflict of interest at play.
Another bit of information investors look at is the standard deviation. According to Zacks, the standard deviation for Titan International, Inc. (NYSE:TWI) was $1.436. Analysts predict a price target range from $9 to $12 with a consensus target from the 4 analysts providing projections. The mean target is presently stands at $11.125. The mean target was last posted on 2016-11-07.
Let it rip!
Invest wisely. This post is intended to be used for informational purposes only . Investors should not use this article as a recommendation to buy or sell Titan International, Inc. (NYSE:TWI) stock.