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Carver Bancorp (CARV): what's next?

May 18, 2018


Carver Bancorp (NASDAQ: CARV) is up 160% in today's mid-day trading. The volume is unusually high at over 1,000,000 shares. Is this stock a good investment? What is the stock price forecast? Per Finstead research, this stock has a negative EPS (type "CARV EPS"): CARV trailing 12-month EPS is -$1.14. The technical analysis shows a strong short-, medium- and long-term sentiment. Currently, there are no analysts covering this stock.

The financial indicators show good quality of earnings, but moderate growth stability. The quality metric uses fundamental data to assess a company’s overall earnings quality in relation to its peers. Growth Stability is an assessment of how stable the growth of earnings and cash flow has been over time.


However, the stock is deemed overvalued by S&P Capital IQ, and financially it is in poor health. Carver Bancorp is considered a very volatile stock. Per Finstead research, this stock has a beta of 1.99 (type "CARV EPS"). Important to note is that this is a micro-cap stock. CARV market cap was $11M yesterday. Whether you wind up investing or not in this stock, be prepared for a wild ride! About Carver Bancorp, Inc.: this is the holding company for Carver Federal Savings Bank, a federally chartered savings bank offering consumer and business banking products and services. Carver originates mortgage loans to purchase or refinance residential and commercial properties. It's based in New York.

Carver Bancorp (CARV): what's next?  

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Carver Bancorp (CARV): what's next?  

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