In the month of September, Arbe Robotics Ltd. (NASDAQ:ARBE) saw a substantial decrease in short interest. The total number of shares sold short dropped by 44.7% from August 31st to September 15th, decreasing from 494,000 shares to 273,400 shares. With an average daily trading volume of 78,700 shares, the days-to-cover ratio currently stands at 3.5 days. This indicates that it would take approximately 3.5 days for all the short sellers to cover their positions. Furthermore, only 0.6% of the stock’s shares are currently being held in short positions.
ARBE’s stock performance has been relatively stable, with an opening price at $2.16 on Thursday. Over the past fifty days, the stock has had a moving average price of $2.67, while the 200-day moving average price is $2.68. The market capitalization for Arbe Robotics is $167.23 million, and it has a P/E ratio of -2.67. The stock also has a beta of -0.45, indicating its lower volatility compared to the market.
With regards to its financial performance, Arbe Robotics disappointed analysts with its quarterly earnings results released on August 9th. The company reported earnings per share of ($0.16) for the quarter, missing consensus estimates of ($0.12). The company’s revenue for the quarter was $0.29 million, falling short of analysts’ expectations of $0.60 million. Arbe Robotics had a negative return on equity of 83.58% and a negative net margin of 2,126.01%. Analysts predict that the company will post an EPS of -0.57 for the current fiscal year.
Hedge funds have been showing interest in Arbe Robotics as well. Major investors such as XTX Topco Ltd and AWM Investment Company Inc. have recently acquired positions in the company. Credit Suisse AG and Geode Capital Management LLC have also increased their holdings in Arbe Robotics. Currently, 15.67% of the stock is owned by hedge funds and other institutional investors.
Arbe Robotics, based in Israel, provides 4D imaging radar solutions for the automotive industry. Its radar chipset solutions aim to address crucial issues for autonomous vehicles, including detection of stationary objects, identification of vulnerable road users, and operation in poor lighting conditions. The company serves prominent automotive manufacturers and tier-1 suppliers in multiple countries.
While short interest has decreased for Arbe Robotics, it is important for investors to carefully evaluate the company’s financial performance and market position before making any investment decisions. It is recommended to seek the advice of financial professionals and conduct thorough research before investing in ARBE or any other stock.
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