Dynatrace stock hit a fresh all-time high Monday. The maker of software that helps companies modernize and automate their tech systems, is a small-cap company with a big stock gain. On Monday the Relative Strength Rating for Dynatrace stock jumped into a new percentile, improving from 68 to 72.
The 72 RS Rating means Dynatrace (DT) has outperformed 72% of all stocks, regardless of industry group, over the past year.
Other Dynatrace Stock Ratings Higher
Dynatrace stock dropped to 17.05 on Oct. 18, 2019, amid its first base after its August 2019 IPO. From that low, it’s run 228% higher to close Monday at 56.16, up 1.3% for the day.
Stocks that go on to make the biggest gains typically have an 80 or better RS Rating in the early stages of their moves. See if Dynatrace can continue to show renewed price strength and clear that threshold. Other key ratings are much stronger however.
For instance, its EPS Rating of 95 puts Dynatrace in the top 5% of all companies in terms of short-term and long-term profit growth.
It also carries an 86 Composite Rating. The IBD Composite Rating helps investors easily measure the quality of a stock’s fundamental and technical metrics.
In terms of fundamentals, earnings popped 50% to 15 cents per share. The prior three quarters, EPS grew 333%, 200% and 17%. Sales last quarter climbed 30% to $196.5 million, accelerating from 28% growth the prior quarter.
Peers In Computer Software Group
Dynatrace stock, which is on the IPO Leaders screen, is trying to complete a double-bottom pattern with a 56.23 buy point. See if it can clear the breakout price in volume at least 40% higher than normal.
When looking for the best stocks to buy and watch, one factor to watch closely is relative price strength.
This exclusive rating from Investor’s Business Daily identifies price movement with a 1 (worst) to 99 (best) score. The score shows how a stock’s price movement over the last 52 weeks stacks up against all the other stocks in our database.
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