Harita has performance score of 0 on a scale of 0 to 100. The entity retains Market Volatility (i.e. Beta) of 3.8253 which attests that as market goes up, the company is expected to significantly outperform it. However, if the market returns are negative, Harita will likely underperform.. Although it is extremely important to respect Harita Seating Systems
current price history, it is beter to be realistic about what you can do with the information about equity current price movements. The philosophy towards determining future performance of any stock is to evaluate the business as a whole together with its past performance including all available fundamental and technical indicators
. By evaluating Harita Seating Systems technical indicators
you can presently evaluate if the expected return of 0.0% will be sustainable into the future. Harita Seating Systems
right now retains risk of 0.0%. Please check out Harita Variance
, Value At Risk
as well as the relationship
between Value At Risk and Skewness
to decide if Harita will be following its current trading patterns.
Relative Risk vs. Return Landscape
If you would invest 15,400
in Harita Seating Systems Limited on July 4, 2015
and sell it today you would earn a total of 0.00
from holding Harita Seating Systems Limited or generate 0.0%
return on investment over 30
days. Harita Seating Systems Limited is generating negative expected returns and assumes 0.0% volatility on return distribution over the 30 days horizon. Simply put, 0% of equities are less volatile than Harita Seating Systems Limited and 99% of equity instruments are likely to generate higher returns than the company over the next 30 trading days.
Daily Expected Return (%)
Harita Seating Systems Operating Margin
Based on recorded statements Harita Seating Systems Limited has Operating Margin of 4.64%. This is much higher than that of the sector, and significantly higher than that of Operating Margin industry, The Operating Margin for all stocks is over 1000% lower than the firm.
A good Operating Margin is required for a company to be able to pay for its fixed costs or pay out its debt which implies that the higher the margin, the better. This ratio is most effective in evaluating the earning potential of a company over time when comparing it against firm's competitors.