Caesars Acquisition Company (CACQ) Breaks into New 52-Week High on June 07 Session

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Shares of Caesars Acquisition Company (CACQ) broke into a new 52-week high yesterday, hitting a peak of $20.40. Shares closed at $20.25 after opening at $20.00 for a move of 1.25%. The company now has a market cap of $2.81 billion.

Investors and traders can learn a lot about a stock’s momentum when it sets a new 52-week high. As an example, bullish investors view a company hitting its highest price in a year as a sign of momentum and may interpret it as a signal to buy. On the other hand, bearish investors could view a new 52-week high as a signal of the end of a strong run, with the stock possibly peaking out before an impending period of decline.

For Caesars Acquisition Company, the new 52-week high came on volume of 594,341. The stock has a float of 138.87 million shares and average daily volume of $178,118. It has a 50-day SMA of $16.75 and a 200-day SMA of $13.98.

Caesars Acquisition Company now has a P/E ratio of 4.5.

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Caesars Acquisition Co. is engaged in casino and entertainment industry with two operating segments, Interactive Entertainment, and Casino Properties and Developments.

Caesars Acquisition Company is based out of Las Vegas, NV and has some 0 employees. Its CEO is Mitchell A. Garber.

Caesars Acquisition Company is also a component of the Russell 2000 Index, which is an invaluable tool for any small-cap investor. Consisting of the smaller 2,000 publicly traded companies of the 3,000 largest companies in America by market cap (which combine to make the broader Russell 3000 index), the Russell 2000 gives the most comprehensive snapshot of the small-cap market of any index out there.

What's more, the Russell 2000 is maintained by Russell Investments, a company committed to using rules-based methodologies to construct unbiased indices that differ from the committee-selected Dow Jones Industrial Average or S&P 500.

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