|Bid||29.00 x 900|
|Ask||31.92 x 800|
|Day's Range||30.65 - 32.67|
|52 Week Range||28.76 - 48.34|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||1.22|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||56.26|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.68 (2.13%)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Mar 03, 2020|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Unfortunately for some shareholders, the Shutterstock (NYSE:SSTK) share price has dived 32% in the last thirty days...
Stocks have started to crater as the novel coronavirus spread to Europe and other parts of Asia. Fortunately, Warren Buffett, chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.B), was on hand Feb. 24, telling viewers on CNBC that folks should never sell based on headlines.As always, the world's greatest investor dispensed excellent advice. Indiscriminate selling is too often a good way to lock in losses or forgo gains.But that doesn't mean that investors shouldn't be looking for stocks to sell. They should, as part of a natural pruning to weed out lousy holdings and free up cash for better opportunities. To that end, some stocks looked like serious duds even before the Dow Jones Industrial Average tumbled almost a thousand points.To find stocks Wall Street is most bearish on, we scoured the Center for Research in Securities Prices' (CRSP) total U.S. market index for companies with a minimum market capitalization of $500 million. Our stocks also had to have coverage by at least three analysts. Next, we turned to S&P; Global Market Intelligence's recommendation roundup.S&P; Global surveys analysts' stock calls and scores them on a five-point scale, where 1.0 equals a Strong Buy and 5.0 is a Strong Sell. Scores between 3.5 and 2.5 translate into a Hold recommendation. Any score higher than 3.5 means that analysts, on average, believe the stock should be sold. The closer a score gets to 5.0, the higher their collective conviction.Here are 11 stocks to sell that rank among the worst names listed on any major U.S. exchange. If you're still holding any of the names after the latest market selloff, you might want to rethink your commitment. SEE ALSO: 16 Stocks Warren Buffett Is Buying and Selling
Jon Oringer, who founded New York City-based Shutterstock in 2003, announced today that he would be stepping away from his duties as CEO at the photo sharing and commerce company, effective in April. Shutterstock, a publicly-traded company that debuted on NYSE in October of 2012, has grown prodigiously from its humble origins as a startup. The company today has a market cap of just under $1.5 billion, and it has seen reasonable revenue growth over the past few years, expanding from just shy of $500 million in 2016 to $623 million in 2018.
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In just one shot, the photographer, Jeff Widener, managed to convey a society struggling between the freedoms of individual citizens and the heavy hand of the Chinese militarized state. It’s also an image that few within China’s “great firewall” have access to, let alone see. Regardless of the individual morality of their decisions, it’s at least understandable that Chinese companies with mostly Chinese revenues would carefully hew to the law as set forth by the Chinese Communist Party.
U.S. stock photography and footage provider Shutterstock on Friday said it had resolved issues that led to one of its domains being blocked for what Russian authorities said an "objectionable image". Russian communications watchdog Roskomnadzor this week said that it had blocked a Shutterstock domain over content it said constituted an insult to state symbols. Shutterstock said it regretted "that this issue was not addressed in a timely manner" and that the site is now fully accessible in the country.
Shutterstock, Inc. (NYSE: SSTK), a leading global technology company offering high-quality assets, tools and services through its creative platform, today launched its 2020 Color Trends report. By analyzing billions of pixel data from images downloaded, and then mapping each pixel to its closest named hex code, the report reveals which colors had the greatest growth between 2018 and 2019, as well as local favorites from around the world. Shutterstock's 1.9 million customers include designers, marketers, creatives, and bloggers who are often working months in advance on campaigns and projects. Their download choices help to forecast trends in the year ahead.
Russia has blocked one of U.S. stock photography and footage provider Shutterstock's domains over content it said constituted an insult to state symbols. The website of communications watchdog Roskomnadzor showed that one of the firm's domains had been blocked in Russia as a result of a decision by the country's Attorney General on Nov. 13. In a statement to Reuters on Monday, Shutterstock said it was aware that the image.shutterstock.com domain had been blocked and that it was working with the Russian authorities to resolve the issue.
Shutterstock (SSTK) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 61.11% and -1.73%, respectively, for the quarter ended September 2019. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
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Dutchie, a company that provides online cannabis ordering services, announced Wednesday that it has closed a $15-million Series A round led by Gron Ventures. The notable investors supporting Dutchie include Snoop Dogg's Casa Verde Capital, Sinai Ventures, DoorDash founders and early executives, Kevin Durant's and Rich Kleiman's Thirty Five Ventures and Shutterstock Inc (NYSE: SSTK) founder and CEO Jon Oringer.