Analysts’ recommendations and target price
Wall Street analysts expect a potential upside of 10.4% for T-Mobile (TMUS) based on the company’s closing price on March 26. In 2019, analysts have already increased the company’s target price twice from $78.75 in January to $80.79 in February and then to $81.00 in March.
Among the 22 analysts covering T-Mobile, 19 recommended a “buy,” while three recommended a “hold.” None of the analysts gave the stock a “sell” rating.
On March 26, T-Mobile closed at $73.34, which is 1.4% higher than the previous closing price, 33.1% higher than its 52-week low of $55.09, and 1.0% lower than its 52-week high of $74.06. The company’s market cap is $62.4 billion.
Based on the closing price on March 26, T-Mobile has reported returns of 1.0% in the last five trading days, 1.1% in the trailing one-month period, and 19.5% in the trailing 12-month period. The company has reported returns of 15.3% year-to-date.
Revenue and EPS estimates
Analysts expect T-Mobile’s revenues to see YoY (year-over-year) changes of 5.1% to $10.99 billion in the first quarter, 5.5% to $11.16 billion in the second quarter, 4.6% to $11.34 billion in the third quarter, and 4.8% to $11.99 billion in the fourth quarter. Analysts also expect T-Mobile’s adjusted EPS to see YoY changes of 19.2% to $0.93 in the first quarter, 10.9% to $1.02 in the second quarter, 7.5% to $1.00 in the third quarter, and 13.3% to $0.85 in the fourth quarter.