Trade-Ideas: DISH Network (DISH) Is Today's Post-Market Leader Stock

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Trade-Ideas LLC identified DISH Network ( DISH) as a post-market leader candidate. In addition to specific proprietary factors, Trade-Ideas identified DISH Network as such a stock due to the following factors:

  • DISH has an average dollar-volume (as measured by average daily share volume multiplied by share price) of $194.7 million.
  • DISH is up 2.3% today from today's close.

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More details on DISH:

DISH Network Corporation, through its subsidiaries, provides pay TV services in the United States. The company operates through two segments, DISH and Wireless. The company provides video services under the DISH brand. DISH has a PE ratio of 3. Currently there are 4 analysts that rate DISH Network a buy, 5 analysts rate it a sell, and 8 rate it a hold.

The average volume for DISH Network has been 1.5 million shares per day over the past 30 days. DISH Network has a market cap of $16.4 billion and is part of the services sector and media industry. The stock has a beta of 0.84 and a short float of 1.7% with 1.14 days to cover. Shares are down 0.5% year-to-date as of the close of trading on Wednesday.

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