Stable rating allocation

KKR’s (KKR) performance in 2017 is positive according to analysts, as shown in their recommendations. Analysts gave KKR an average target price of $21.42 from the current price, suggesting a rise of 14.3%.

Out of 13 analysts who are currently analyzing the stock, four analysts recommended a “buy” rating, four analysts said the stock is “outperforming,” and five analysts recommended a “hold” rating.

How Wall Street Analysts View KKR’s Performance in 2017

Peer ratings

KKR’s major competitors include Blackstone Group (BX), Apollo Global Management (APO), and Carlyle Group (CG). Out of 14 analysts analyzing Blackstone Group stock, five analysts gave a “buy” rating, six analysts said that the stock is “outperforming,” and three analysts gave a “hold” rating.

Out of 15 analysts analyzing Apollo Global Management stock, seven analysts gave a “buy” rating, four analysts said the stock is “outperforming,” and four analysts gave a “hold” rating.

Out of 12 analysts analyzing Carlyle Group stock, three analysts gave a “buy” rating, three analysts said the stock is “outperforming,” and six analysts gave a “hold” rating.

Apollo Global Management (APO), Carlyle Group (CG), and Blackstone Group (BX) together comprise 4.1% of the PowerShares Global Listed Private Equity ETF (PSP).

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