Appfolio Cl A (APPF)
$91.81 0.00 (0.00%)
16:00 EDT APPF Stock Quote Delayed 20 Minutes
Previous Close $91.81
Market Cap 1.40B
PE Ratio 241.61
Volume (Avg. Vol.)
Day's Range 91.81 - 91.81
52-Week Range 79.95 - 148.07
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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These 10 stocks gained at least 50% in 2019. But the outlook for 2020 looks much more difficult.
Some investors might see small-cap stocks as too risky, but these small caps have significant growth potential in the markets.
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If I could close the stock market every August, I would. With New York and Europe on vacation, and trading volumes so light, it seems like any headline puts stocks into a tizzy - no matter how consequential it actually is, long term. But if you know me at all, you know I believe in keeping calm and focusing on the fundamentals. I certainly was glad I did with AppFolio and IIPR.
Now that tech is on the rebound, you need to find the companies set for big growth. APPF stock looks poised for monster gains.
APPF stock has an intriguing growth story. But ahead of Q2 earnings, valuation looks awfully stretched after a 70% run.
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Here’s Why We Don’t Think AppFolio’s (NASDAQ:APPF) Statutory Earnings Reflect Its Underlying Earnings Potential
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