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Crescent Point Energy Corp. (CPG)

2.7   -0.17 (-5.92%) 02-26 16:02
Open: 2.88 Pre. Close: 2.87
High: 2.91 Low: 2.7
Volume: 2,510,024 Market Cap: 1478M
Crescent Point Energy Corp is in the business of acquiring, developing and holding interests in petroleum and natural gas properties and other related assets.

Stock Price Prediction

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High: 2.914 - 2.935 2.935 - 2.95
Low: 2.649 - 2.676 2.676 - 2.696
Close: 2.674 - 2.709 2.709 - 2.736

Technical analysis

as of: 2020-02-26 4:26:56 PM
Stoxline posted a SELL today, upgraded from strong sell. Downward movement continues, but could change at any time.
Target: Six months: 4.03     One year: 4.58
Support: Support1: 2.70    Support2: 2.25
Resistance: Resistance1: 3.45    Resistance2: 3.92
Pivot: 3.15
Moving Average: MA(5): 3.02     MA(20): 3.18
MA(100): 3.82     MA(250): 3.61
MACD: MACD(12,26): -0.23     Signal(9): -0.22
Stochastic oscillator: %K(14,3): 12.99     %D(3): 24.46
RSI: RSI(14): 23.91
52-week: High: 4.84  Low: 2.70  Change(%): -15.6
Average Vol(K): 3-Month: 237720  10-Days: 240278

Price, moving averages and Bollinger Bands

Price and moving averages has closed below its Short term moving average. Short term moving average is currently below mid-term; AND below long term moving averages. From the relationship between price and moving averages; we can see that: This stock is BEARISH in short-term; and BEARISH in mid-long term.
CPG has closed below the lower band by 18.1%. If price is in a downtrend band; this downward trend in price might continue. However a short term pullback inside the band is likely. Bollinger Bands are 19.2% narrower than normal. The current width of the bands does not suggest anything about the future direction or movement of prices.

Headline News

Compass Names Pamela Thomas-Graham To Its Board of Directors
NEW YORK , Feb. 26, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Compass, the real estate technology company, today announced that Pamela Thomas-Graham has been elected to the company's Board of Directors. An accomplished entrepreneur, executive and public company board member, Thomas-Graham brings with her over three decades of experience guiding some of the world's most successful public companies. "From category-defining platforms to Fortune 500 companies, Pamela brings an invaluable perspective to the Compass board," said Compass Founder and Executive Chairman, Ori Allon . "Her deep experience across a variety of industries, both as entrepreneur and executive, paired with her proven track record of governance will provide Compass with a guiding voice as we continue to build the future of real estate." Thomas-Graham's experience as a public company board member is extensive. A member of the board since 2005, she has served since 2016 as the Lead Independent Director on the board of The Clorox Company. In December 2017 she joined the board of Bank of …

Former HR Executive From Walmart, Bonobos And Gilt Sara Patterson Joins Compass As Chief People Officer
NEW YORK , Feb. 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Compass, the real estate technology company, today announced that Sara Patterson will join as Chief People Officer. Patterson brings a breadth of experience from scaling high-growth technology companies, to serving as an HR executive at one of the world's largest companies, Walmart. Patterson brings expertise across human resources, talent management and digital innovation from category-changing brands like Bonobos, Conde Nast , Gilt Groupe and more. Patterson joins Compass after serving as Chief People Officer at Bonobos. After overseeing Bonobos' integration with Walmart in 2017, her role expanded to Vice President of HR and Talent Management for Walmart eCommerce. "We're continually working to ensure Compass … Full story available on

Financial Analysis

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Stock Basics & Statistics

Exchange:  New York Stock Exchange
Sector:  Energy
Industry:  Oil Gas EP
Shares Out. (M) 545.23
Shares Float (M) 538.95
% Held by Insiders 0.25
% Held by Institutions 42.29
Shares Short (K) 18160
Shares Short P. Month (K)

Stock Financials

EPS -0.391
Book Value (p.s.) 12.170
PEG Ratio
Profit Margin -85.22
Operating Margin
Return on Assets (ttm) -12.9
Return on Equity (ttm) -32.6
Qtrly Rev. Growth -27.6
Gross Profit (p.s.) 4.237
Sales Per Share
EBITDA (p.s.)
Qtrly Earnings Growth
Operating Cash Flow (M)
Levered Free Cash Flow (M)

Stock Valuations

P/E -6.93
P/E Growth Ratio -0.06
P/BV 0.22

Dividends & Splits

Dividend 0.270
Dividend Yield 0.10
Dividend Pay Date 2020-01-01
Ex-Dividend Date 2019-12-11
Forward Dividend 0.030
Last Split Date
Last Split Ratio -1e+010
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