The long-term trend of the EPS is a vital number as it helps understand the future potential of Navigator Marshall Islands. The EPS growth rate, as it is usually called, is typically displayed as a percentage, which at this time is hard to estimate, but revenue growth has been 3.60 % over the last twelve months. Growth in EPS is an important measure of administration performance because it shows how much money Navigator Marshall Islands is making for it’s investors or shareholders.



Navigator Marshall Islands is part of the transportation and logistics industry and is in the industrials sector. The company CEO is David J. Butters. Navigator is an owner and operator of a fleet of liquefied gas carriers.

Previous Intraday Performance:

The NVGS shares had a previous change of -0.83% which opened at 12.13 and closed at 12.00. It moved to an intraday high of 12.21 and a low of 11.95.

SeekingAlpha:  Navigator Gas (NVGS) Presents At Wells Fargo Securities 17th Annual Midstream and Utility Symposium – Slideshow

Historical Performance:

Over the last five trading days, NVGS shares returned -2.44% and in the past 30 trading days it returned 3.18%. Over three months, it changed -0.83%. In one year it has changed 17.65% and within that year its 52-week high was 13.55 and its 52-week low was 9.55. NVGS stock is 25.65% above its 52 Week Low.

Our calculations result in a 200 day moving average of 11.84 and a 50 day moving average of 11.94. Right now, NVGS stock is trading 1.37% above its 200 day moving average and may be a good opportunity to buy.

SeekingAlpha:  Navigator Gas (NVGS) Presents At Wells Fargo Securities 17th Annual Midstream and Utility Symposium – Slideshow

Liquidity:

The company has a market cap of $667.9m with 55.7m shares outstanding and a float of 55.7m shares. Trading volume was 68,777 shares and has experienced an average volume of 105,085 shares. Our calculation, using the current average volume and close price, leads me to believe that the liquidity is bad, highly speculative and an investor may want to avoid this stock.

Earnings:

The last annual reported EPS for Navigator Marshall Islands was 0.1 which ended on 31st of December 2017, which according to the previous close, that is a PE of 120.00. Based on 4 analyst estimates, the consensus EPS for the next quarter is -0.02.Historically, the PE high was 120.00 and the PE low was -1.00. If the stock reached its PE low, that would represent a price of 0.01, which is a decrease of -99.92%.

Below was the last reported quarterly earnings per share:
09-30-2018:  0.01
06-30-2018:  -0.06
03-31-2018:  0.01
12-31-2017:  0.03



Base on our calculations, the intrinsic value per share is 19.80, which means it might be undervalued and has a margin of safety of 39.40%

Indicators Also to Watch:

Based on the latest filings, there is 123.50% of institutional ownership. Short-interest was 401,492, which was 0.72% of shares outstanding. The short-interest ratio or days-to-cover ratio was 3.53. This stock has some short interest, but it might be normal and no need to worry if long the position.

I calculated the beta to be 1.10

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Fundamental Numbers:

Based on last reported financials, the company’s return on equity is -0.04%, return on assets is -0.02%, profit margin is -0.19%, price-to-sales is 2.18 and price-to-book is 0.70.

Company Score Card:

Results are out of six:
 4  : Growth Expectations Result
 1  : Financial Safety Result
 0  : Past Performance Result
 2  : Valuation Result
 0  : Dividend Safety Result
 1  : Overall Result

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Jake McWilliams
I am an independent trader, analyst and algorithmic trading expert, having worked both for the sell side (brokerage) and the buy side (fund administration). I have been trading professionally for about 20 years. I trade stocks and forex and I play both long and short positions in underlying asset or through options. I have experience with discretionary and fully automated systems (Metatrader and Quantshare).

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