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      APPS Stocks Valuation and Technical Analysis

      Digital Turbine, Inc.



      -5.21 (-36.31%)

      At Close: 4:00 PM


      -0.13 (-1.42%)

      Pre Market: 7:33 AM

      APPS Stock Performance Chart (1 Year)

      Digital Turbine, Inc.

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      • 6.06%
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      • -1.66%
      • -35.28%
      • -54.65%
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      APPS Fundamental Analysis

      • ATR0.47
      • Enterprise Value1.16B
      • Avg Vol (3 Months)1.82M
      • Avg Vol (10 Days)5.03M

      APPS Stock Performance Chart (52 Weeks)

      • 52-Week High27.03
      • 52-Week Low9.13
      • 52-Week ChgN/A
      • S&P 500 52-Week ChgN/A

      APPS Industry Analysis and Valuation


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      • 25.99
      • 15.95
      • 1.78
      • 2.07

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            APPS Technical Analysis

            • SMA 203.26%
            • SMA 506.98%
            • SMA 200-18.3%
            • RSI (14)56.51

            Frequently Asked Questions


            How is APPS price-to-earnings ratio currently?

            APPS has a current P/E ratio of 25.99.


            How are APPS's price-to-sale and price-to-book ratios?

            The APPS stock has a trailing twelve month price-to sales (P/S) ratio of 1.78 while its price-to-book (P/B) value is 2.07.


            Is Digital Turbine, Inc.'s price-to-cash ratio high or low?

            APPS's price-to-cash (P/C) ratio is 15.95, an indicator that is currently being trending upward.


            What's current simple moving average (SMA) for APPS?

            Based on APPS's recent bid, its distance from 20 days simple moving average is 3.26%. It is 6.98% apart from 50 days simple moving average, and it is -18.30% apart from 200 days simple moving average.


            What is the 52-week price range for APPS?

            The 52-week high for APPS is $27.03 which is 0.66% away from the current price level whereas the distance of that from the 52-week low of $9.13 stands at 0.26%.


            An overview of APPS's stock performance: how did it fare?

            The performance of APPS stock was not encouraging with most of its significant price indictors in red. Digital Turbine, Inc. (NASDAQ: APPS) shares have moved downward -36.31% or -$5.21 in the latest trading session and have loss -18.50% year-to-date (YTD). The stock has loss nearly -54.65% over the past year. After moving -1.66% over the trailing 3-month period, the stock is -35.28% lower in the 6-month period. Looking at its performance over the shorter term, it's up 6.06% a week and -0.40% a month.


            What is APPS's 14-day relative strength index (RSI)?

            The current 14-day RSI for APPS stock is 56.51. Investors and traders alike rely on the relative strength index, or RSI, as an oscillating indicator. In terms of values, the RSI operates within a range ranging from 0 to 100. A rising RSI line indicates strength in the shares. As the RSI line falls, the opposite occurs. It is possible to examine different time periods when using the RSI indicator. Shorter time frames can cause the RSI to be more volatile. Most traders pay close attention to the marks between 30 and 70 on the RSI scale. When the stock price moves over 70, it is often considered to be an indicator of overbought conditions. Dropping below 30 indicates oversold territory. These levels are often used by traders to forecast stock price reversals.


            For APPS, what is the average true range (ATR) for the past two weeks?

            ATR stands for Average True Range, which may be useful when traders or investors are assessing technical inventory. Currently, Digital Turbine, Inc. (APPS) has a 14-day ATR of 0.47.


            What is APPS's current enterprise value?

            After closing at $9.14 with 99.11 Million of its shares outstanding, the current enterprise value of APPS is roughly 1.16 Billion.


            Over the past year, how has the stock price of APPS changed?

            Digital Turbine, Inc. (NASDAQ: APPS) is up N/A when it comes to the percentage price change over the past 52-weeks. The percentage price change came more than that of broader S&P 500 index that came at a rise of N/A. APPS stock price is also down -18.50% on its value in year-to-date trading.


            What is the average trading volume for APPS shares?

            The number outstanding shares of APPS is 99.11 Million, and of these 95.14 Million shares are freely available for trading. On average, APPS stock has traded 5.03 Million shares per day for the past 10 days. A total of 4.41 Million shares changed hands during the last trading session with the average session volume of 1.82 Million shares.