What is T-Mobile US's stock symbol?
T-Mobile US trades on the NASDAQ under the ticker symbol "TMUS."
Where is T-Mobile US's stock going? Where will T-Mobile US's stock price be in 2017?
23 brokers have issued 12-month target prices for T-Mobile US's stock. Their predictions range from $40.00 to $72.00. On average, they anticipate T-Mobile US's stock price to reach $59.76 in the next year.
When will T-Mobile US announce their earnings?
T-Mobile US is scheduled to release their next quarterly earnings announcement on Monday, April, 24th 2017.
What are analysts saying about T-Mobile US stock?
Here are some recent quotes from research analysts about T-Mobile US stock:
- FBR & Co analysts commented, "Aggressive network coverage expansion and capacity improvement from spectrum refarming, coupled with an excellent marketing strategy, continue to underpin TMUS's strong subscriber momentum. We believe that TMUS is aggressively forging ahead of a capacity ceiling, at which time a merger with a healthier Sprint that is tapping spectrum and scale makes sense. While a faster-than-expected rollout of 700 MHz A-Block will alleviate near-term coverage issues, it will impede longerterm subscriber momentum as it will likely cause TMUS to reach its capacity ceiling sooner, in our view. The wireless market is shifting further towards unlimited data (again) following Verizon's announcement of the Verizon Unlimited plan. As consumer data consumption increases, whoever has the most spectrum capacity to apply at low cost will benefit. While the opportunity for DISH to monetize its spectrum is quickly closing, we do not see a TMUS/DISH combination as: (1) Spectrum valuations are declining, driven by new technology and unlicensed/shared spectrum; and (2) besides spectrum, DISH's declining satellite business and lack of wireless experience do not bring value to TMUS. A merger with an improving Sprint could bring newly enhanced spectrum and significant synergies but appears to be priced in." (2/15/2017)
According to Zacks Investment Research, "T-Mobile US has introduced the ‘Get Thanked’ program to execute a series of free giveaways and cash credits to its customers in order to minimize churn rate. However, its latest ‘Stock Up’ promotional campaign is an innovative idea of granting a stock to its postpaid customers.We believe robust customer addition, particularly of branded postpaid customers, 4G LTE network expansion and the rising popularity of the Un-Carrier business will not only boost revenues but will also lend a competitive edge to the carrier. Further, continuous launch of low-priced service plans should lure subscribers for T-Mobile US from its competitors, particularly those who are cost-sensitive. However, offering discounted prices may dent the company’s margins, going forward. T-Mobile US has been also facing increased scrutiny for its employee working conditions by institutional investors." (7/22/2016)
Citigroup Inc. analysts commented, "continues to take customer and revenue market share in the wireless category."The brokerage also raised the price target on the stock by $4 to $51, implying an upside of 18.4 percent."We continue to believe in our thesis on the company's ability to sustain its share gains by enhancing its value proposition to customers and expanding its addressable market with network enhancements and coverage expansion," analyst Michael Rollins wrote in a note.Rollins noted, "The promotional environment remains steady and customer handset volumes are down on lower churn and upgrade rates." In addition, T-Mobile broadened its EIP securitization facility, expanding its entry to working capital.Related Link: Macquarie Initiates Coverage On T-Mobile US At NeutralThe analyst expects investors will once more be able to consider T-Mobile's strategic optionality "as the broadcast spectrum auction progresses and the ability for strategic discussions to resume once the auction ends."Over the medium term, we view T-Mobile as attractive to either companies that may be interested to expand into wireless (like cable) or as an in-market consolidator to improve scale (for dish or Sprint if current regulatory constraints ease)," (6/13/2016)
Who owns T-Mobile US stock?
T-Mobile US's stock is owned by a number of of institutional and retail investors. Top institutional shareholders include FMR LLC (3.38%), Viking Global Investors LP (1.02%), Marshall Wace LLP (1.02%), State Street Corp (0.63%), Janus Capital Management LLC (0.48%) and Putnam Investments LLC (0.45%). Company insiders that own T-Mobile US stock include David A Miller, G Michael Sievert, J Braxton Carter II, Larry L Myers, Michael J Morgan, Neville R Ray, Thomas Christopher Keys and W Michael Barnes.
Who sold T-Mobile US stock? Who is selling T-Mobile US stock?
T-Mobile US's stock was sold by a variety of institutional investors in the last quarter, including Viking Global Investors LP, Credit Agricole S A, Janus Capital Management LLC, Asturias Capital LLC, Marshall Wace LLP, Calamos Advisors LLC, Meru Capital Group LP and Ulysses Management LLC. Company insiders that have sold T-Mobile US stock in the last year include David A Miller, J Braxton Carter II, Larry L Myers, Michael J Morgan, Neville R Ray, Thomas Christopher Keys and W Michael Barnes.
Who bought T-Mobile US stock? Who is buying T-Mobile US stock?
T-Mobile US's stock was bought by a variety of institutional investors in the last quarter, including FMR LLC, Putnam Investments LLC, Anchorage Capital Group L.L.C., Discovery Capital Management LLC CT, Russell Investments Group Ltd., Franklin Resources Inc., Newbrook Capital Advisors LP and Soros Fund Management LLC.
How do I buy T-Mobile US stock?
Shares of T-Mobile US can be purchased through any online brokerage account. Popular online brokerages include Vanguard Brokerage Services, TD Ameritrade, E*TRADE, Scottrade, Fidelity and Charles Schwab.
How much does a share of T-Mobile US stock cost?
One share of T-Mobile US stock can currently be purchased for approximately $62.21.