Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment Inc. (Nasdaq: CSSE), shares were up slightly 3.55% to 23.02% at the last close. The company’s stock changed -5.66% over the past five days and 54.50% over the past three months. The CSSE shares have a 12-month performance of 185.82%, translating into a market performance of 15.16% YTD. Price ranges from $53.15 to $138.79 over the past 12 months.
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Chicken Soup operates a streaming video-on-demand network (VOD) for Soul Entertainment, Inc. (Nasdaq: CSSE). In addition to Crackle Plus, the company owns and uses various ad-supported VOD services, including Crackle, Popcornflix, Popcornflix Kids, Truli, Pivotshare, Espaonlflix, and FrightPix.
On January 26, 2021, CSSE announced Screen Media’s deal for rights to Giorgio Serafini’s comedy Senior Moment, produced by Gina G. Goff and starring William Shatner, Jean Smart, Christopher Lloyd, Esai Morales, and Katrina Bowden. In March, Screen Media will release the film in theaters and on-demand. At the 2021 European Film Market, Clay Epstein and Film Mode Entertainment will handle foreign sales.
Seth Needle, SVP of Screen Media’s global acquisitions and co-productions, negotiated the deal on behalf of Goff Productions with Endeavor Content.
The documentary Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street, and the comedy Off the Rails has been acquired recently by Screen Media.
The stock of Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment Inc. (NASDAQ: CSSE) is followed daily by Wall Street analysts. Five analysts gave this stock a Buy rating while none gave it an OVERWEIGHT rating or a HOLD rating. We can conclude from the above ratings that the stock has an average analyst rating of 2.00. A stock’s rating provides an assessment of an instrument’s performance. A rating and a target price issued by an analyst with a brokerage firm can help investors understand what an analyst believes is a fair price for a security based on its market value.