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Semtech Corporation (SMTC) is up 6.17% Today; 19.18% from 52 Week Low

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Semtech Corporation (SMTC)

($25.48 1.48 - 6.17% )

Semtech Corporation (SMTC) has returned 19.18% from its 52 week low. This stock with a 1.714B dollar valuation , without a reported P/E ratio, the stock could be risky. Additionally, The stock is priced high relative to growth. With a PEG ratio of 2.98, the stock is priced 2.98 times higher than growth expectations. Considering the stock is only 3.24% away from its 200 day moving average, a possible buy should be considered on a stock pullback. Nevertheless, the stock is only 6.93% away from its 50 day moving average, a possible buy should be considered if the stock pulls back to the 50 day line. The stock is up in heavy volume with a 139.81% increase above its average daily volume. 1,318,964 shares were traded today.

EPS Est Next Yr:1.92 Earnings/Share:-2.54
Earnings Yield:-9.96%Market Cap:$1.714B
P/E Ratio:N/AFloat Shares: 65M
PEG Ratio::2.9850 Day MA:23.83
Price/Sales Ratio:2.86200 Day MA:24.68
Price/Book Ratio:3.00% from 50 DMA:6.93%
Short Ratio:5.20% from 200 DMA:3.24%
1 Yr Target Price: $30.56Avg Daily Vol:550,012
52Wk Range:21.38 - 32.72Todays Volume:1,318,964
Change 52 Week Low: 19.18% Percent Volume Change:139.81%

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