Phunware, Inc. (NASDAQ: PHUN) stock surged in the extended-hours session as it rose 37.93% to $2. The stock witnessed a 43.56% gain in the last one month, and extending the period to 3 months gives it an 89.54%, and is 8.21% up in the previous five days. If we measure the stock’s price variations over the week and the month, we find that the volatility rates stand at 10.02% over the week and 13.71% over the month.
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Phunware, Inc. (NASDAQ: PHUN) is an award-winning, fully integrated platform for multi-screen that enables global enterprises to engage, manage, and monetize mobile audiences across various screens worldwide.
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What’s happening today…
Today, Phunware, Inc. (NASDAQ: PHUN) will present at the Proactive Investor One2One Investor Forum virtual meeting.
The Company revealed on January 21, 2021, that on Tuesday, January 26 at 1:00 p.m. Eastern time, Phunware COO Randall Crowder will present at an investor presentation. The presentation can be viewed here live and can replay again here.
The Phunware IR team can be reached at PHUN@gatewayir.com for additional information.
To help investors find out whether investing in the Company would be worthwhile, note that Phunware Inc’s current ROA is -69.00%. An optimum ROA will be achieved if a company manages its assets effectively. However, if a business demonstrates poor asset management, then the opposite will be valid (lower returns). The return on investment for Phunware Inc. is -241.50%. The ROI percentage will be positive when profits exceed costs, and analysts will rate those businesses as having a net gain. A negative percentage index indicates a more significant cost burden than a profit.