Jacobs vs Goldfield Comparison

Jacobs vs Goldfield comparative analysis provides an insight into diversification possibilities from combining Jacobs and Goldfield into the same portfolio. You can use this module to analyze the comparative aspects of Jacobs and Goldfield across most of their technical and fundamental indicators. Please use the input box below to enter a few concurrent symbols you would like to analyze. With this comparative module, you can estimate the relative strength of Jacobs against Goldfield. Check out your portfolio center.

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The Macroaxis Comparable Analysis module helps investors to evaluate stocks by comparing them to other traded companies based on similar metrics to determine their enterprise value. The basic idea behind this approach is that Jacobs Engineering and Goldfield should bear some resemblance to each other or to other equities in a similar class. Jacobs Engineering The current Weighted Average Shares is estimated to increase to about 138.4 M, while Issuance Purchase of Equity Shares is estimated to decrease to (118 M).

Comparable Analysis

    
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Jacobs Engineering
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Goldfield
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 5.58 
 78.86 
 1.36 
 3.62 
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