|5.89 0.04 (0.68%)||12-07 16:00|
|Targets||6-month :||7.41||1-year :||8.66|
|Resists||First :||6.34||Second :||7.41|
|Supports||First :||5.12||Second :||4.36|
|MAs||MA(5) :||5.19||MA(20) :||4.85|
|MA(100) :||5.02||MA(250) :||4.81|
|MACD||MACD :||0.1||Signal :||0|
|%K %D||K(14,3) :||76.9||D(3) :||67.8|
|52-week||High :||6.34||Low :||3.72|
Price has closed above its short-term moving average. Short-term moving average is currently above mid-term; and above 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.[ KMDA ] has closed above the upper band by 14.7%. If price is in a uptrend band; this upward trend in price might continue. However a short term pullback inside the band is likely.Bollinger Bands are 127% wider than normal. The large width of the bands suggest high volatility as compared to its normal range. The bands have been in this wide range for 1 days. This is a sign that the current trend might continue.
|If tomorrow:||Open lower||Open higher|
|High:||6.1 - 6.12||6.12 - 6.14|
|Low:||5.46 - 5.48||5.48 - 5.5|
|Close:||5.85 - 5.88||5.88 - 5.92|
Kamada Ltd. provides plasma-derived protein therapeutics. It operates in two segments, Proprietary Products and Distribution. The company offers KAMRAB/KEDRAB for prophylaxis of rabies disease; CYTOGAM for prophylaxis of cytomegalovirus disease in kidney, lung, liver, pancreas, heart, and heart/lung transplant; WINRHO SDF for immune thrombocytopenic purpura and suppression of rhesus isoimmunization; HEPAGAM B for prevention of hepatitis B recurrence liver transplants and post-exposure prophylaxis; VARIZIG for post exposure prophylaxis of varicella; and GLASSIA for intravenous AATD. It also provides KamRho (D) IM for prophylaxis of hemolytic disease of newborns; KamRho (D) IV for immune thermobocytopunic purpura; and snake bite antiserum to treat snake bites by the vipera palaestinae and echis coloratus. In addition, the company distributes BRAMITOB to manage chronic pulmonary infection; FOSTER to treat asthma; PROVOCHOLINE for the diagnosis of bronchial airway hyperactivity; AEROBIKA, an OPEP device; RUPAFIN for Allergic rhinitis and Urticaria; IVIG for immunodeficiency-related conditions; VARITECT for chicken pox and zoster herpes; ZUTECTRA and HEPATECT CP for hepatitis B; MEGALOTECT CP for cytomegalovirus virus; RUCONEST for angioedema attacks; heparin sodium injection for thrombo-embolic disorders and prophylaxis of deep vein thrombosis and thromboembolic events; ALBUMIN for blood plasma; Factor VIII for hemophilia type A; and Factor IX for hemophilia type B. Further, it offers IXIARO for Japanese encephalitis; VIVOTIF for Salmonella Typhi; PROCYSBI for nephropathic cystinosis; LAMZEDE for alpha-mannosidosis ; and ELIGARD for prostate cancer. The company markets its products through strategic partners in the United States, as well as through distributors internationally. Kamada Ltd. has strategic partnerships with Takeda Pharmaceuticals Company Limited; PARI GmbH; and Kedrion Biopharma. The company was incorporated in 1990 and is headquartered in Rehovot, Israel.
Thu, 07 Dec 2023
KMDA Shares Experience Surge in Value – Knox Daily - Knox Daily
Wed, 29 Nov 2023
Premarket Mover: Kamada Ltd. (KMDA) Up 1.25% - InvestorsObserver
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|Shares Out||57 (M)|
|Shares Float||6 (M)|
|Held by Insiders||13.8 (%)|
|Held by Institutions||34.7 (%)|
|Shares Short||14 (K)|
|Shares Short P.Month||5 (K)|
|EPS Est Next Qtrly||0|
|EPS Est This Year||0|
|EPS Est Next Year||0|
|Book Value (p.s.)||5.17|
|Profit Margin||4 %|
|Operating Margin||11.5 %|
|Return on Assets (ttm)||2.1 %|
|Return on Equity (ttm)||3 %|
|Qtrly Rev. Growth||17.7 %|
|Gross Profit (p.s.)||0.81|
|Sales Per Share||2.63|
|Qtrly Earnings Growth||500 %|
|Operating Cash Flow||7 (M)|
|Levered Free Cash Flow||-9 (M)|
|Price to Book value||1.13|
|Price to Sales||2.23|
|Price to Cash Flow||50.91|
|Dividend Pay Date||Invalid DateTime.|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Invalid DateTime.|