|15.92 -0.04 (-0.25%)||12-08 16:00|
|Targets||6-month :||18.81||1-year :||21.97|
|Resists||First :||16.11||Second :||18.81|
|Supports||First :||15.59||Second :||15.27|
|MAs||MA(5) :||15.9||MA(20) :||15.8|
|MA(100) :||15.93||MA(250) :||15.78|
|MACD||MACD :||0.1||Signal :||0.1|
|%K %D||K(14,3) :||65.2||D(3) :||65.1|
|52-week||High :||16.98||Low :||14.35|
Price has closed above its short-term moving average. Short-term moving average is currently above mid-term; and below long-term moving average. From the relationship between price and moving averages: This stock is BULLISH in short-term; and NEUTRAL in mid-long term.[ EOI ] has closed below upper band by 35.1%. Bollinger Bands are 51.3% narrower than normal. The narrow width of the bands suggests low volatility as compared to its normal range. The bands have been in this narrow range for 4 bars. This is a sign that the market may be about to initiate a new trend.
|If tomorrow:||Open lower||Open higher|
|High:||16.03 - 16.11||16.11 - 16.17|
|Low:||15.66 - 15.77||15.77 - 15.86|
|Close:||15.77 - 15.93||15.93 - 16.07|
Eaton Vance Enhanced Equity Income Fund is a closed ended equity mutual fund launched and managed by Eaton Vance Management. The fund invests in the public equity markets of the United States. It seeks to invest in stocks of companies operating across diversified sectors. The fund invests in the stocks of large-cap and mid-cap companies with a focus on investing in companies with above average growth and financial condition against valuation in selecting individual securities. It benchmarks the performance of its portfolio against S&P 500 Index. Eaton Vance Enhanced Equity Income Fund was formed on October 29, 2004 and is domiciled in the United States.
|Price to Book Value:
P/BV, a ratio used to compare book value to its current market price, to gauge whether a stock is valued properly.
|Price to Earnings:
PE, the ratio for valuing a company that measures its current share price relative to its earnings per share (EPS).
|Discounted cash flow:
DCF, a valuation method used to estimate the value of an investment based on its expected future cash flows.
|Return on Assets:
ROA, indicates how profitable a company is in relation to its total assets, how efficiently uses assets to generate a profit.
|Return on Equity:
ROE, a measure of financial performance calculated by dividing net income by equity. a gauge of profitability and efficiency.
|Debt to Equity:
evaluate financial leverage, reflects the ability of equity to cover outstanding debts in the event of a business downturn.
|Shares Out||40 (M)|
|Shares Float||0 (M)|
|Held by Insiders||0 (%)|
|Held by Institutions||19.7 (%)|
|Shares Short||31 (K)|
|Shares Short P.Month||35 (K)|
|EPS Est Next Qtrly||0|
|EPS Est This Year||0|
|EPS Est Next Year||0|
|Book Value (p.s.)||15.59|
|Profit Margin||0 %|
|Operating Margin||29.9 %|
|Return on Assets (ttm)||0.2 %|
|Return on Equity (ttm)||-7.2 %|
|Qtrly Rev. Growth||-9.4 %|
|Gross Profit (p.s.)||0.26|
|Sales Per Share||0.24|
|Qtrly Earnings Growth||236.6 %|
|Operating Cash Flow||0 (M)|
|Levered Free Cash Flow||0 (M)|
|Price to Book value||1.02|
|Price to Sales||64.26|
|Price to Cash Flow||0|
|Dividend Pay Date||Invalid DateTime.|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Invalid DateTime.|