Reaon #3: There’s A Strong Undervaluation Argument
Finally, there’s a strong argument that YUMA stock is grossly undervalued. Since reaching a high in April of nearly $8 per share, the stock has given up well over half of its value. On a year over year basis, the stock has given up well over 30% of its value.
At the same time, Yuma Energy offers about $21 million in shareholder equity according to its balance sheet. The balance sheet also outlines more than $77 million in assets. This is very interesting when you take a look at the stock’s market cap.
At the moment, YUMA trades with a market cap of just over $5 million. That’s less than one quarter of total shareholder equity and far less than one tenth of the book value of its assets.
With recent declines in mind, it’s very easy to point out metrics that essentially scream undervaluation on YUMA stock.
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