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News Articles For NetApp, Inc. (NTAP) Stock

NetApp Hosts Second Quarter Fiscal Year 2015 Financial Results Webcast
NetApp Hosts Second Quarter Fiscal Year 2015 Financial Results Webcast
Traders play NetApp momentum
How The Worm Turns--NetApp Starts Talking Hybrid Cloud Fabric
Samsung's merger doesn't make sense: Nomura
NetApp Announces Acquisition of Riverbed Technology’s SteelStore Product Line
NetApp Announces Acquisition of Riverbed Technology's SteelStore Product Line
“I work at a Global Best Company!”
NetApp Hosts Product Expert Panel Discussion at Insight 2014 Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada
NetApp Hosts Product Expert Panel Discussion at Insight 2014 Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada
Culture of Trust Earns NetApp #3 Best Place to Work in the World
Culture of Trust Earns NetApp #3 Best Place to Work in the World
How NetApp became one of the world’s best employers
Unisys Debuts Converged Infrastructure Solution Integrating Forward Platform with NetApp Storage Systems
US STOCKS-S&P, Nasdaq climb but IBM results drag Dow lower
UPDATE: Jefferies Initiates Coverage On NetApp





NetApp, Inc. (NTAP) Stock Data Updated: October 30, 2014 11:03 pm


Currently, NetApp, Inc. (NTAP) stock is trading at 42.19 and it its valuation is calculated to be 17.72, a potential change of -58 %.

Here is some fundamental data for NTAP which is used to quantify the stock's expected price movement and exploit inefficiencies in the market. In this era of computerized trading, new data tends to be "factored in" within minutes, but news, rumors, and trader mentality tend to skew the resulting price action. As the data is sorted out, prices will return to reasonable valuations.

With regards to pricing ratios, we want to know if the price of NetApp, Inc. (NTAP) stock is low per unit of earnings, sales, and company assets.

  • PEG: 1.96 ... Lower is better, indicating a lower cost to the investor per unit of earnings growth.
  • Price to Sales: 2.10 ... Lower is better, indicating a lower cost to the investor per unit of revenue generated.
  • Price to Book: 3.49 ... Lower is better, indicating a lower cost to the investor per unit of company assets owned.

Considering management effectiveness, quantify whether they operate effectively or are leading the company to failure. To be worth the risk of a long position in the stock, NetApp, Inc. (NTAP) needs to have a high profit margin, cash on hand to pay its operating expenses, and have little debt. Much of the arnings should be reinvested for the purpose of growing the business.

  • Return on Equity: 16.50 ... Higher is better, indicating reinvestment in the company's operations.
  • Current Ratio: 2.80 ... Higher is better, but figures above 3 indicate poor usage of company assets.
  • Ratio of Total Debt to Equity: 0.39 ... Lower is better; debt is a drag on a gompany's ability to make money.
  • Profit Margin: 63.35 ... Higher is better, indicating a company's efficiency in generating earnings.
  • Dividend Yield: 1.59 ... Higher is better, though a high dividend payout reduces the return on Equity.

Market sentiment is a factor in timing NetApp, Inc. (NTAP) stock trades. While it is advantageous to buy on weakness and sell on strength, trader productivity is lost when buying at the start of a sell-off or selling at the start of a rally. For a reliable measure of market sentiment, look at how heavily NetApp, Inc. (NTAP) is being shorted. Short sellers love stocks that are at risk for declines, and quickly cover at the appearance of support or upside pressure. If the short ratio is small, it is because the market perceives little downside risk. Relative Strength measures the magnitude of a price movement - how strongly the market favors "buying" or "selling" over a specific time.

  • Relative Strength Index: 63.35 ... Lower is better, but a low value (below 30) and increasing is best.
  • Short Ratio: 3.27 ... Lower is better. Best to wait for a decrease in shorting activity before opening a long position.

After reviewing the above data on NetApp, Inc. (NTAP), do a thorough review of SEC filings, press releases, forum posts, and compare it to its peers before trading its stock. In the bisiness of stock trading, there is never enough timely information - keep researching!


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