Real Goods Solar, Inc. (NASDAQ:RGSE) belonging to the Oils-Energy sector which declined -39.11% and closed its last trading session at $2.32.
The company reported its last EPS on 6/30/2016 and is expected to report its next EPS on NA. Currently, the stock has a 1 Year Price Target of $2.66.
The consensus recommendation, according to Zacks Investment research, is NA. The scale runs from 1 to 5 with 1 recommending Strong Buy and 5 recommending a Strong Sell. The Stock had a NA Consensus Analyst Recommendation 30 Days Ago, whereas 60 days ago and 90 days ago the analyst recommendations were NA and NA respectively.
Real Goods Solar, Inc. on 6/30/2016 reported its EPS as $-124 with the analysts projecting the EPS of the stock as $-80. The company beat the analyst EPS Estimate with the difference of $-44. This shows a surprise factor of -55%.
Insider Trades for Real Goods Solar, Inc. show that the latest trade was made on 14 Jul 2015 where Belluck (David L), the Director completed a transaction type “Buy” in which 378156 shares were traded at a price of $3.29.
1 analysts projected Price Targets for Real Goods Solar, Inc. The analysts believe that the company stock price could grow as high as $0.8. The Low Price target projection by analysts is $0.8 and the Mean Price Target is $2.66.
Real Goods Solar, Inc. (NASDAQ:RGSE) has the market capitalization of $1.69 Million. The company rocked its 52-Week High of $31.6 on Oct 16, 2015 and touched its 52-Week Low of $1.64 on Sep 22, 2016. The stock has Return on Assets (ROA) of -81.4 percent. Return on Equity (ROE) stands at 841.8% and Return on Investment (ROI) of 8417 percent.
The stock is currently showing YTD performance of -81.59 Percent. The company has Beta Value of 1.71 and ATR value of 1.15. The Weekly and Monthly Volatility stands at 88.82% and 37.21%.
REAL GOODS SOLAR, Inc. is a leading residential solar energy integrator. Real Goods Solar offers turnkey solar energy services, and has thirty years of experience in residential solar energy, beginning with the sale in 1978 of the first solar photovoltaic, or PV, panels in the United States.