Macroaxis gives NA performance score of 0 on a scale of 0 to 100. The firm secures Beta (Market Risk) of -0.53 which conveys that as returns on market increase, returns on owning NA are expected to decrease at a much smaller rate. During bear market, NA is likely to outperform the market.. Even though it is essential to pay attention to NA price patterns
, it is always good to be careful when utilizing equity historical price patterns
. Macroaxis philosophy towards estimating future performance of any stock is to check both, its past performance charts as well as the business as a whole, including all available technical indicators
. NA exposes twenty-one different technical indicators which can help you to evaluate its performance. NA
has expected return of -0.04%. Please be advised to verify NA Standard Deviation
as well as the relationship
between Maximum Drawdown
and Expected Short fall
to decide if NA
past performance will be repeated at some point in the near future.
Relative Risk vs. Return Landscape
If you would invest 747
in NA on November 4, 2013
and sell it today you would lose (27.00)
from holding NA or give up 3.61%
of portfolio value over 30
days. NA is currenly does not generate positive expected returns and assumes 2.31% risk (volatility on return distribution) over the 30 days horizon. In different words, 24% of equities are less volatile than NA and 99% of traded equity instruments are projected to make higher returns than the company over the 30 days investment horizon.
Daily Expected Return (%)
Given investment horizon of 30 days, NA is expected to under-perform the market. In addition to that, the company is 4.13 times more volatile than its market benchmark. It trades about -0.02 of its total potential returns per unit of risk. The S&P 500 is currently generating roughly 0.13 per unit of volatility.
NA Operating Margin
Based on recorded statements NA has Operating Margin of -173.54%. This is 850.93% lower than that of Financial sector, and 784.58% lower than that of Savings and Loans
industry, The Operating Margin for all stocks is 3808.56% higher than the company.
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.