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GS Acquisition Holdings Corp II (GSAH) saw downtrend of -1.38% in the recent trading with $10.70 being its most recent. The current price level -35.76% lower than the highest price of $16.66 marked by the stock while trading over the past 52-weeks, whereas it is 8.63% higher than the lowest price of $9.85 the company dropped to over past 52-weeks. The latest news story on GSAH appeared in InvestorPlace under the title “FUSE Stock: 14 Things to Know About Fusion Acquisition and the MoneyLion SPAC Merger” on Feb-12-21.
Squeezing the time span to 30 day period shows us the stock is currently trading -13.71% below one month high and is +5.31% above of the lowest during that time. Looking into the simple moving average, GS Acquisition Holdings Corp II (GSAH)’s stock stands at a SMA-50 of $11.65 while that of 5-day is reading $10.60.
Do analysts rate it as a buy, sell or hold?
Irrespective of recent performance, what’s important is what the future holds. In uncertain economic times, a clear picture is difficult to get. Analysts generally have a good understanding of the market works, which gives them a leg up in making predictions. Analyst ratings are often compiled into a single score from 1 to 5. The score of 1 signifies buy or strong buy, the score of 2 signifies outperform, the score of 3 means hold, and the score of 4 indicates underperform.
GS Acquisition Holdings Corp II Earnings – What Happened With GSAH
Coming around sales and income figures, publically trading companies under normal circumstances post earnings and revenues near to average estimates by the Wall Street analysts, but those could came either above or below estimates and known as surprise factor.
GSAH – GS Acquisition Holdings Corp II Stock Earnings Estimates
Investors get the exact data about the key information of institutional ownership in a listed company through its 13F filings at the Stock Exchange Commission (SEC). The total number of common shares currently owned by the public is 94.15 million. GSAH does have institutional investors; and they hold 66.10% of the stock.
GS Acquisition Holdings Corp II – Insider Activity and Holdings
As on Dec 30, 2020, Millennium Management LLC was the top most holder in GS Acquisition Holdings Corp II (NYSE:GSAH) with an ownership of 4.95 million shares of the company or 6.60% of the stake worth $53.97 million. The filing also reveals Alyeska Investment Group, L.P. as the second largest holder in the company with a control over 5.30% of the outstanding shares. Its stake is worth $43.36 million for having 3.98 million shares in hand.
Polar Asset Management Partners Inc. also came holding a key position in the company during the recent quarter and it now holds 3.73% of the outstanding shares. With this there are now 97 institutions which have possession in GSAH’s shares.
Analyst ratings are often compiled into a single score from 1 to 5. The score of 1 signifies buy or strong buy, the score of 2 signifies outperform, the score of 3 means hold, and the score of 4 indicates underperform.
The liquidity is a key characteristic of any stock and is the main point of focus of both short-term as well as long term investors before start trading into a stock. In recently reported quarter, current ratio recorded by GS Acquisition Holdings Corp II was 7.86 while posting a debt to equity ratio of 0.00.
GS Acquisition Holdings Corp II’s return on equity, or ROE, is -0.30%, compared to the industry average of -0.18% for Financial – Shell Companies. Although this indicates that GSAH fails to use its equity well, the metric will vary significantly depending on the industry.