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PMTS CPI Card Group Inc.

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$2.94 -1.67%

4,204 Shares Traded
17,715 Average Volume (last 30 days)

as of 3:55:35 PM EST IEX Real-Time Price

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News

11-16-2018
CPI Card to sell Canadian unit to Allcard (SeekingAlpha)
11-16-2018
CPI Card Group to Sell Canadian Subsidiary to Allcard Limited (Business Wire)


Short Pain Metrics

Approximate Amount of Money Shorts Have Lost on the Day: $0
If Intiated on the First, Shorts Have Realized a Year to Date Return of:27.43%
If Intiated One Month Ago, Shorts Have Realized a Return of:-3.46%
If Initiated Five Days ago, Shorts Have Realized a Return of:-3.1%
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*Please note the actual returns of shorts could be different as they started from different points.

Daily Indicators

Daily Short Pain Indicator [i] - Always Use Fundamentals on EverythingNeutral
200 Day Moving Average Indicator Bullish
50 Day Moving Average Indicator Bearish
52 Week High/Low Indicator Neutral

Short Stats

Short Percent to Float 0%
Short Interest0
Float11.16 million
Short Ratio0
Market Cap$33.37 million
Market Maker ActivityDaily Short Volume

Smart Money Sentiment

Institutional Ownership (Top 15 Funds) 53.1%

Earnings Stats

PE Ratio -7.54
Dividend Yield 0%

Earnings History For PMTS

Earnings DateQuarterConsensus EPSActual EPSEPS Surprise
2018-11-07 BTOQ3 20180.02 (1 Estimates) -0.02
2018-08-09 BTOQ2 2018-0.35 (2 Estimates) 0.070.42
2018-05-08 AMCQ1 2018-0.3 (2 Estimates) -0.49-0.19
2018-03-12 AMCQ4 2017-0.22 (2 Estimates) -0.070.15

Technicals

200 Day Moving Average $2.71
50 Day Moving Average $3.1
52 Week High $5.25
52 Week Low $1.93

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