Top Gainers of the Day: Equity Residential (NYSE:EQR) from REIT – Residential

Brief Overview

Equity Residential (NYSE:EQR), from Financial sector has been performing well.

Equity Residential reported a price of 64.93 today, indicating a change of 1.14%.

Equity Residential has a market capitalization of 23813.73, with a return on assets (ROA) of 20.30% and an earnings per share (EPS) of 12.57 for the current year

The gross margin stands at 66.80%, while the operating margin is 35.30%. The net profit margin for Equity Residential stands at *TBA.

The present return on equity (ROE) stands at 40.40%, while the debt to equity is at 0.88.

Performance

The weekly performance is 0.84% for Equity Residential, while the monthly performance measure stands at 3.16%.

Equity Residential’s volatility stands at 1.35% and the average volume is 1904.98.

The quarterly performance stats for Equity Residential stands at 5.07% and the half-yearly performance is at 8.10%. The performance for the year is at -1.48% and the performance (year to date) is at 1.69%.

Good to know – Volatility is a statistical measure of the dispersion of returns for a given security. It is usually measured by using the difference between returns from the market index. Usually, there is always a positive correlation between high volatility and high risk

Performance

The simple 20 day moving average for Equity Residential is 2.69% and the simple 200-day moving average is at 5.09%.

The 52-week high is at -3.89% and the 52-week low stands at 13.20%.

Ratio

Equity Residential’s short ratio is at 4.68 and the float short is at 2.48%.

Equity Residential’s P/E stands at 5.17, while the P/S is at 9.82 and earnings per share this year of 395.60%.

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