The modest gains experienced by current holders of Hancock Horizon Diversified Income C may raise some interest from investors. The Fund closed today at a share price of 12.80000019 on 0 in trading volume. The fund managers have been quite successful with maneuvering the fund at opportune times to take advantage of all market conditions in January. The fund standard deviation of daily returns for 30 days (very short) investing horizon is currently 0.3163. The very small Fund volatility is a good signal to investors with longer term investment horizons. This diagnostics interface makes it easy to digest most current publicly released information about Hancock Horizon as well as get updates on important government artifacts including earning estimates, SEC corporate filings and announcements. This module also helps to analysis Hancock Horizon price relationship with some important fundamental indicators such as market cap and management efficiency. Please also check Risk vs Return Analysis.
Hancock Horizon Note
The fund retains about 5.2% of assets under management (AUM) in cash. Hancock Horizon Dive last dividend was 0.04 per share. The fund seeks to maximize current income and, secondarily, achieve longterm capital appreciation, by investing in a broad range of incomeproducing securities, including, but not limited to, common and preferred stocks, corporate bonds, government securities, municipal bonds, real estate investment trusts , master limited partnerships , mortgagebacked and assetbacked securities, and bank loans. To learn more about HIGHLAND HIGH INC call the company at 888-422-2654.
Hancock Horizon Dive Alerts
The fund retains about 5.2% of its assets under management (AUM) in cash
The output start index for this execution was twenty-nine with a total number of output elements of ten. The Bollinger Bands is very popular indicator that was developed by John Bollinger. It consist of three lines. Hancock Horizon middle band is a simple moving average of its typical price. The upper and lower bands are (N) standard deviations above and below the middle band. The bands widen and narrow when the volatility of the price is higher or lower, respectively. The upper and lower bands can also be interpreted as price targets for Hancock Horizon Dive. When the price bounces off of the lower band and crosses the middle band, then the upper band becomes the price target. View also all equity analysis or get more info about bollinger bands overlap studies indicator.
Hancock Horizon Technical and Predictive Indicators