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International Rectifier Corporation (IRF) At 52 Week High.

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International Rectifier Corporation (IRF)

($40 0 - 0% )
Pre-Market Chg: N/A

International Rectifier Corporation (IRF) is close to a new 52 week high, currently 0% away from its 52 week high. The shorts have minimum days to cover as the stocks short ratio is only 0 Few are betting against the stock going down. It has returned 122.22% from its 52 week low. This stock has a N/A dollar valuation. is priced somewhat high on a valuation basis . With a P/E ratio of 40, the stock could be getting expensive and its earnings yield is 2.5%.

Considering the stock is only 21.21% away from its 200 day moving average, a possible buy should be considered as the stock has more room to run.

Data from blog posted Feb 11, 2017 03:32 pm EST (recent (IRF) Data)
EPS Est Next Yr:1 Earnings/Share:1
Earnings Yield:2.5%Market Cap:$N/A
P/E Ratio:40Shares Float:N/A
PEG Ratio::050 Day MA:2
Price/Sales Ratio:N/A200 Day MA:33
Price/Book Ratio:N/A% from 50 DMA:1900%
Short Ratio:0% from 200 DMA:21.21%
1 Yr Target Price: $32Avg Daily Vol:
52Wk Range:18 - 40Todays Volume:0
Change 52 Wk Low: 122.22% PCT Volume Chg:0%
Change 52 Wk High:0%Dividend:$0
Dividend Pay Date:N/ADividend Yield:0%
Previous Close :$40Open Price:$N/A
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