Franklin Limited Duration Income Trust (FTF)
Franklin Limited Duration Income Trust (FTF) settled at the share price of $9.32 on close of Friday trading session. FTF stock observed the trading of 34555 shares, while an average trading volume registered with 101.28K shares. Volume can offer useful information when day trading. If for nothing else, use volume to help isolate stocks you want to day trade. Ideally, your day-trading stocks should have lots of average volume so you can enter and exit easily.
Volume can also be used to analyze the trend of a stock, helping to assess the likelihood that the trend will continue to reverse. Volume analysis isn’t perfect and it offers only supplemental information, so you don’t need to feel pressured to start analyzing volume to day trade successfully.
The stock recorded 0.69% monthly volatility. For the last week, the stock has an average volatility of 0.69%. 58.08% shares are owned by institutional investors.
Shares of Franklin Limited Duration Income Trust (FTF) have been seen trading -2.19% away from the 200-day moving average and 0.16% off the 50-day moving average while 0.16% off the 20-day moving average. One of the widely used tools is the simple moving averages. When the price of the stock rises above the moving average, it’s a buy signal, and when the price falls below the moving average, it is a sell signal. The stock is currently trading -5.28% away from the 52-week high and separated 8.37% from the 52-week low.
Presently RSI indicator value is noted at 50.78. RSI compares the magnitude of recent gains to recent losses to see if an asset is oversold or overbought. RSI is plotted on a scale of 0-100. Generally, if it is above 70, the stock is considered overbought and so one can look to sell it. Similarly, an RSI of less than 30 indicates the stock is oversold and can be bought.
Price to Earnings Ratio (P/E) is now at 20.31. P/E is a measure of how the stock is priced in the market relative to the earnings per share. Price to Book Value (P/B) is 0.91: P/B measures how the stock is priced in the market relative to the book value per share. Growth rates are very important while analyzing the long term growth and valuation of a certain company.
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