We can notice from the charts that the stock of Enbridge dramatically fluctuated from June 14 to today. On June 14, shares were at Can$48.40 in one day; it surged to Can$49.72 later, the stock has reached 3%. Eventually, the company’s stock has crashed to Can$48.96; it fluctuated until June 30. From June 30, it had started to normalize, and now it’s open at Can$50.01.ENB’s following earnings report is scheduled for July 30, 2021, and investors will be hoping for a strong showing. ENB is expected to announce $0.47 per share earnings on that day, representing a 14.63 percent increase year over year. Analyst estimates for ENB have recently changed, something investors should be aware of. Recent modifications are more likely to reflect
current short-term business developments.
With this in mind, positive estimate revisions might be interpreted as a sign of confidence about the company’s prospects. Positive estimate revisions, in this context, may be viewed as a vote of confidence in the company’s prospects. It’s also worth mentioning that ENB has a PEG ratio of 3.1 right now. The PEG ratio is comparable to the well-known P/E ratio, except that the PEG ratio additionally considers the company’s projected profits growth rate.