Great Ajax Corp. (AJX): Price and Financial Metrics
AJX Price/Volume Stats
|Current price||$6.37||52-week high||$9.24|
|Prev. close||$6.44||52-week low||$5.15|
|Day high||$6.41||Avg. volume||137,256|
|50-day MA||$6.66||Dividend yield||12.82%|
|200-day MA||$6.90||Market Cap||150.51M|
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AJX POWR Grades
- AJX scores best on the Growth dimension, with a Growth rank ahead of 60.64% of US stocks.
- The strongest trend for AJX is in Growth, which has been heading up over the past 97 days.
- AJX's current lowest rank is in the Sentiment metric (where it is better than 25.2% of US stocks).
AJX Stock Summary
- Of note is the ratio of GREAT AJAX CORP's sales and general administrative expense to its total operating expenses; just 0.26% of US stocks have a lower such ratio.
- For AJX, its debt to operating expenses ratio is greater than that reported by 98.56% of US equities we're observing.
- Revenue growth over the past 12 months for GREAT AJAX CORP comes in at -83.87%, a number that bests merely 1.87% of the US stocks we're tracking.
- Stocks that are quantitatively similar to AJX, based on their financial statements, market capitalization, and price volatility, are PMT, CMTG, ACRE, BBDC, and ARI.
- AJX's SEC filings can be seen here. And to visit GREAT AJAX CORP's official web site, go to www.greatajax.com.
AJX Valuation Summary
- AJX's price/sales ratio is 15.7; this is 1327.27% higher than that of the median Real Estate stock.
- AJX's price/earnings ratio has moved down 68.4 over the prior 105 months.
Below are key valuation metrics over time for AJX.
AJX Growth Metrics
- Its 4 year net income to common stockholders growth rate is now at -2.87%.
- Its 4 year net cashflow from operations growth rate is now at -3037.85%.
- Its 2 year net cashflow from operations growth rate is now at 62.96%.
The table below shows AJX's growth in key financial areas (numbers in millions of US dollars).
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AJX's Quality FactorsThe “Quality” component of the POWR Ratings focuses on 31 different factors of a companies fundamentals and operational strength. Here are some key insights as we drill into the specifics of these quality attributes.
- AJX has a Quality Grade of C, ranking ahead of 51.24% of graded US stocks.
- AJX's asset turnover comes in at 0.047 -- ranking 304th of 444 Trading stocks.
- CIM, RWT, and TWO are the stocks whose asset turnover ratios are most correlated with AJX.
The table below shows AJX's key quality metrics over time.
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Great Ajax Corp. (AJX) Company Bio
Great Ajax Corp. focuses primarily on acquiring, investing in, and managing a portfolio of re-performing and non-performing mortgage loans secured by single-family residences and single-family properties. The company was founded in 2014 and is based in Beaverton, Oregon.
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Great Ajax (AJX) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of -1,000% and 38.18%, respectively, for the quarter ended June 2023. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
Great Ajax Corp. Schedules Its Second Quarter 2023 Financial Results Release For Thursday, August 3, 2023
NEW YORK, July 27, 2023--Great Ajax Corp. (NYSE: AJX), a Maryland corporation that is a real estate investment trust, today announces that it intends to release its financial results for the second quarter 2023 on Thursday, August 3, 2023 at approximately 4:05 p.m. ET.
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