The stock of The Procter & Gamble Company (PG) decreased by -1.00% to finish the standard trading session at $76.47. During that period, a total of 7,971,774 shares were traded, and this stock’s average trading volume is currently 9.60M shares per day. Important things to pay attention to when considering a stock’s current and future price are the 52-week high and low price points. Shares of The Procter & Gamble Company (PG) are currently 8.12% above their 52-week high mark and -19.22% lower than the 52-week low mark.

VANGUARD GROUP INC opened a new position with shares of The Procter & Gamble Company (PG) during the 1st quarter, according to the public company’s latest Form 13F filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). This particular institutional investor sold 185,056,917 shares of the The Procter & Gamble Company stock, which is currently worth approximately $14.293796B. According to the latest SEC filing from VANGUARD GROUP INC, the firm held approximately (0.2)% of The Procter & Gamble Company. On a separate note, BLACKROCK INC. Can entered a new position in The Procter & Gamble Company stock during the first quarter, holdings valued at $12.559164B. Institutional investors and hedge funds hold 61.60% of this public company’s common stock.

Turning now to this publicly-traded company’s past performance, we will explore different moving trends for PG. This stock rose 2.85% during the last week and rose 4.35% over the last one-month period. Shares of this organization’s stock fell -3.20% throughout the last quarter. Within the last six months, the stock has lost -15.25%, with a full-year loss of -13.16%. At the time of writing, this stock’s year-to-date (YTD) price performance is now negative at -16.77%.

Shares of The Southern Company (SO) managed to reach a high of $43.94 and dropped down to a low of $43.21, before this stock settled at $43.78 at the end of the latest trading session. This organization’s stock has been displaying bullish momentum. Its Average True Range, or ATR, has fallen consistently after each of the most recent 10 trading sessions. Stock traders typically look at the ATR when they want to focus on technical analysis. At the time of writing, the 14-day ATR for The Southern Company (SO) is sitting at 0.72. The Southern Company currently has a 52-week low of $3.30% with a 52-week high of -$18.18%. This organization has a debt-to-equity ratio of 2.11, a quick ratio of 0.50, and a current ratio of 0.70. This public company has a market cap of 44.26B, a beta of 0.05a price-to-earnings-growth ratio of 19.66, and price-to-earnings ratio of 53.39.

Daiss Ann P, the Comptroller of The Southern Company (SO), sell 5,080 shares of SO stock in an exchange that took place on Nov 03. The shares were sell at an average price of $53.28 each, amounting to a total sale worth $270,662. As of the close of the sale, the Comptroller now directly holds 2,394 shares of the organization’s stock, which is now worth about $127552.32. The deal was disclosed in a Securities & Exchange Commission legal filing, which can be publicly viewed on the SEC website.

The Southern Company (SO) most recently publicly disclosed its earnings results on 05/02/2018. The organization posted ($0.88) earnings per share (EPS) during the three-month period, which was $0.05 lower than the consensus estimate of ($0.83). The company experienced a negative return on equity of 4.70% and a positive net margin of 4.70%. The Southern Company reported revenue of 6,372.00 million during the quarter, while the average analyst estimate was 5,873.61 million. During the year-ago quarter, the company reported ($0.51) EPS. The quarterly revenue reported by The Southern Company was down $0.05 compared to the same quarter in the previous year. Analysts forecast that The Southern Company will report EPS of $0.46 for the current fiscal year.

Stock traders are taking a renewed look at shares of The Southern Company. This stock’s current 20-day RSI is standing at 47.41, with a 14-day RSI of 47.92, and a 9-day RSI of 50.13. The RSI, which stands for Relative Strength Index, is a widely-used oscillating indicator trusted by investors and traders alike. The RSI works within a range-bound space with values on a scale from 0 to 100. When the RSI line rises, the shares may be showing strength. The contrary is the case when the RSI line starts to fall. When using the RSI indicator, different time periods may be looked at. When using a shorter time frame, the RSI might be more volatile. A lot of traders keep their focus between the 30 and 70 marks on the RSI scale. A shift higher than 70 is widely-considered to demonstrate that the stock has entered overbought territory. Meanwhile, a drop below 30 indicates that it may be in oversold territory. Traders often use these levels to predict stock price reversals.