WMB’s Analyst Price Targets: Gauging the Upside Potential
Among the analysts covering Williams Companies’ stock, 53.0% of the analysts have recommended a “buy,” and the remaining 47.0% have recommended a “hold.”
WMB’s short interest as a percentage of float has fallen to 1.4%—lower than its one-year average of 2.5% and lower than its three-year average of 2.4%.
Williams Companies’ current EV-to-adjusted-EBITDA is below the past-eight-quarter average of 14.8x.
Williams Companies (WMB) rose above its 50-day simple moving average and now trading 2.7% above its 200-day simple moving average.
Williams Companies (WMB) rose 1.2% last week, as compared to the Alerian MLP ETF’s (AMLP) 0.9% rise and the SPDR S&P 500 ETF’s (SPY) 2.2% rise.
Nearly 86% of the analysts rated ONEOK (OKE) as a “hold,” 7% rated it as a “buy,” and 7% rated it as a “sell.” The median target price for the stock is $56.
Currently, ONEOK (OKE) is trading at a forward EV-to-EBITDA multiple of nearly 12x. It’s close to its five-year average multiple.
For ONEOK, the short interest is ~23.4 million shares, while the average daily trading volume over the last 30 days is ~2.9 million shares.
ONEOK (OKE) is trading 3% below its 50-day moving average and 3.5% above its 200-day moving average.
ONEOK (OKE) rose 0.5% during the week ending March 24, 2017. In comparison, the Energy Select Sector SPDR ETF (XLE) fell 1.8% last week.
At a broader level, 58.0% of the analysts rate Energy Transfer Equity as a “buy,” while 42.0% rate it as a “hold.” It was upgraded by Raymond James.
Short interest in Energy Transfer Equity, as a percentage of float ratio, rose to 7.6%. It’s higher compared to the average of 6.3% in the past year.
Energy Transfer Equity’s slight undervaluation relative to its own historical valuation might indicate a buying opportunity.
Energy Transfer Equity went just above its 50-day simple moving average due to last week’s gains. It’s trading 0.8% above its 50-day simple moving average.
Last week, the Delaware Supreme Court ruled to uphold the Energy Transfer Equity-Williams Companies merger termination.
Of the analysts surveyed by Reuters, ~73% rated Kinder Morgan as a “buy,” ~27% rated it as a “hold,” and none of the analysts rated it as a “sell.”
Currently, Kinder Morgan (KMI) is trading at a forward EV-to-EBITDA multiple of nearly 12x. It’s lower compared to its five-year average multiple of ~18x.
The short interest, as a percentage of float, in Kinder Morgan (KMI) stock is 1.2%. It has fallen from 1.4% in mid-March.
Kinder Morgan has been trading range-bound in the last few months. Kinder Morgan crossed above its 200-day moving average in July 2016.
Kinder Morgan fell 0.6% during the week ending March 24. It continued to fall from the previous week. However, it outperformed the broader energy sector.