IBM Common Stock (IBM) is around the top of the Information Technology Services industry according to InvestorsObserver. IBM received an overall rating of 56, which means that it scores higher than 56 percent of all stocks. IBM Common Stock also achieved a score of 70 in the Information Technology Services industry, putting it above 70 percent of Information Technology Services stocks. Information Technology Services is ranked 86 out of the 148 industries.
What do These Ratings Mean?
Analyzing stocks can be hard. There are tons of numbers and ratios, and it can be hard to remember what they all mean and what counts as “good” for a given value. InvestorsObserver ranks stocks on eight different metrics. We percentile rank most of our scores to make it easy for investors to understand. A score of 56 means the stock is more attractive than 56 percent of stocks.
These scores are not only easy to understand, but it is easy to compare stocks to each other. You can find the best stock in an industry, or look for the sector that has the highest average score. The overall score is a combination of technical and fundamental factors that serves as a good starting point when analyzing a stock. Traders and investors with different goals may have different goals and will want to consider other factors than just the headline number before making any investment decisions.
What's Happening With IBM Common Stock Stock Today?
IBM Common Stock (IBM) stock is down -0.17% while the S&P 500 has risen 0.5% as of 2:53 PM on Thursday, Jun 10. IBM is lower by -$0.26 from the previous closing price of $150.67 on volume of 2,932,960 shares. Over the past year the S&P 500 is higher by 32.94% while IBM has risen 15.82%. IBM earned $5.98 a per share in the over the last 12 months, giving it a price-to-earnings ratio of 25.15.