Associated Capital Group, Inc. (AC) Buy or Sell Stock Guide

Last updated: Apr 12, '19

Are you looking for the analysis of Associated Capital Group, Inc. (AC) stock? Are you wondering what the bulls and the bears say about it?

If so, you came to the right place. In this stock guide, we will share with you 5 reasons to sell AC stock. You’ll get a perspective on what the bulls and the bears say about it.

The analysis below may be also helpful to you if you have any of the following questions about AC stock:

  • Is AC a buy or a sell?
  • Should I sell or hold AC stock today?
  • Is AC a good buy / investment?
  • What are AC analyst opinions, recommendations and ratings?

There are no AC stock buy reasons/signals.

Now that you understand the bull case, let’s look at the reasons to sell AC stock (i.e., the bear case):

1. AC quarterly revenue growth was -25.60%, lower than the industry and sector average revenue growth (5.55% and 5.69%, respectively). See AC revenue growth chart.

2. AC profitability is declining. The YoY profit margin change was -288.17pp. See AC profitability chart.

3. AC Price/Sales ratio is 39.70, and it’s high compared to its industry peers’ P/S ratios. See AC forward Price/Sales ratio chart.

4. AC short share of float is 8.45%. The stock is much more frequently shorted than the average industry, sector or S&P 500 stock. See AC short share of float chart.

5. AC short interest (days to cover the shorts) ratio is 29.8. The stock garners more short interest than the average industry, sector or S&P 500 stock. See AC short interest ratio chart.

Now let's look at the key statistics for AC:

Metrics AC
Price $40.00
Average Price Target / Upside N/A
Average Analyst Rating N/A
Industry Capital Markets
Sector Financial Services
Number of Employees 62
Market Cap $921.48M
Forward P/E Ratio N/A
Price/Book Ratio 40.46
Revenue (TTM) $22.78M
YoY Quarterly Revenue Growth -25.6%
Profit Margin -255.05%

What are your thoughts on AC?

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