Will Northern Oil & Gas, Inc. (NOG), Goodrich Petroleum Corporation (GDP), and Siemens AG (ADR) (SIEGY) Collapse?
New York, NY – GDP INSIDER – 12/11/2014.
This article discusses three companies: Northern Oil & Gas, Inc.(NYSEMKT:NOG), Goodrich Petroleum Corporation(NYSE:GDP), and Siemens AG (ADR)(OTCMKTS:SIEGY)
Northern Oil & Gas, Inc.(NYSEMKT:NOG) traded for as little as $5.27 yesterday, a new 52 week low for the company. The stock rebounded and finished the day at a closing price of $5.67 after a 4.55% loss of twenty-seven cents. Northern Oil and Gas has a beta of 0.6, which indicates that the stock is 40% less volatile than the market. The company has a price to earnings ratio (TTM) of $4.45 and an earnings per share (TTM) of $1.27.
Goodrich Petroleum Corporation(NYSE:GDP) has traded within a range of $2.96 to $30.52 over the past 52 weeks, yet finished yesterday’s trading at a closing price of $3.73 after an 8.8% loss of $0.36. The company has an earnings per share (TTM) of $–4.12 and a beta of 1.71. Despite Goodrich Petroleum Corporation’s recent struggles, the stock could bounce back. The company has a one-year target estimate of $17.00, which is $13.27 greater than its previous closing price.
Siemens AG (ADR)(OTCMKTS:SIEGY) had a trading volume of 0.21 million yesterday, which is 0.04 million greater than its three month average volume of 0.17 million. Trader interest in Siemens AG appears to be on the rise. The company has traded within a range of $103.20 to $139.28 over the past 52 weeks, yet finished yesterday’s trading at a closing price of $114.84 after a 0.52% loss of $0.60. These figures indicate that the stock is declining.
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