Kinzer John, Chief Financial Officer of HubSpot, Inc. (NYSE:HUBS), sold 932 shares of the firm’s at the average rate of $133.35, amounting to a transaction that totaled $124,282. In another insider trade transaction, on Jun 15, President and COO of the company, sold 25,000 shares, at the average rate of $134.52 and the total deal finalizing at $3,363,042. Additionally, on Jun 15 Herendeen Julia, Director, sold 408 shares of stock at an average price of $133.35 each, reaching a total of $54,407 for the whole transaction.
In the latest trading activity, this stock has been floating around the $140.35 level. A lot of investors pay heightened attention to a certain stock when it is approaching a notable historical high or low. Over the past full year, these shares have hit a high price of $138.26, and experienced a low of $63.00. Looking at some extended historical share price data, we note that shares have seen a shift of 108.54% through the last 12 weeks. If we zoom in closer to look at performance over the past 30-day period, we see that this stock has shifted by 27.19%. Through the last 5 trading periods, the stock has shifted 8.25%.
It is highly probable that investors will be keeping their attention focused on how the stock performs heading into the next phase of earnings reports. Analysts will next see HubSpot, Inc. (NYSE:HUBS) post its quarterly earnings on Wed 1 Aug (In 44 Days). Following some earnings projections, we can see that the current quarter EPS consensus forecast for shares of HubSpot, Inc. is at $0.16. For the previous three-month period, the company posted a quarterly EPS of $0.15. Because earnings surprises may lead the stock price to shoot up or drop drastically in the near term, investors can opt to make their buy/sell choice after the dust has settled. Detecting profitability, the public company has a profit margin of -11.50%, an operating margin of -10.70%, and a gross margin of 80.10%.
There are a number of different tools to help see whether or not a company is turning a profit. One of the most widely-used metrics is “Return on Assets” (ROA). This figure shows how profitable a company is relative to the total assets it owns. The Return on Assets for HubSpot, Inc. is currently -6.70%. A second indicator is Return on Investment. For HubSpot, Inc., ROI has risen to 3.80%. The third one is called Return on Equity. ROE is currently sitting at -22.30% for these shares. Going one leap further, we can take a look at various other valuation measurements. HubSpot, Inc. has a Price to Book ratio of 24.03, while its Price to Sales ratio is sitting at 13.72, and its Price to Earnings ratio is presently 2699.04.
Shares of HubSpot, Inc. stock currently hold a market capitalization of 5.60B, and the present number of outstanding shares is 39.88M. In the previous trading day, 750,777 shares of HubSpot, Inc. (NYSE:HUBS) changed hands while the average trade volume is roughly 569.52K shares per day. HubSpot, Inc. is currently sitting at $140.35 per share, following a gain of 2.52%, at end of trading session on 18 Jun 2018.
The relative strength index (RSI)’s recent value is sitting at 76.44 for HubSpot, Inc.. The current RSI indicates that the stock is overbought above 70 and oversold below 30. HubSpot, Inc. has freshly had visible volatility identifications; the stock’s price volatility during the past week is 3.43%, and 3.13% for the last 30 days. Historic volatility, which is a reckonable figure, is strongminded using past changes to the value of a stock or futures contract.
RBC Capital Mkts Downgrade shares of HUBS stock to their version of a Sector Perform rating, down from their previous Outperform rating. This rating was made public on Apr-23-18. Evercore ISI Downgrade their rating on HubSpot, Inc. (HUBS)’s stock from Outperform to In-line on Mar-12-18. Analysts, together, have a consensus rating of 2.17 for shares of HubSpot, Inc. (HUBS). This rating scale goes between 1 and 5. Analyst’s combined rating that amounts to a score of 3 would be a designation of a Hold opinion. A rating of 1 or 2 would be indicating a Buy recommendation. A rating of 4 or 5 means they think investors should sell.
FMR LLC decreased its position in shares of HubSpot, Inc. (NYSE:HUBS). This institutional investor in particular owned 5,437,010 shares of the stock after subtracting (166,621) shares to their coffers during the three-month stretch. FMR LLC decreased -2.97% of this stock at the end of the most recent quarter, and the holdings are currently valued at 744,327K.