It may be riskier to trade before market opening and after market closing than during regular market hours. Since issuers often announce critical financial information outside regular trading hours. Extended-hours trading may result in wider spreads for particular securities due to lower liquidity and higher volatility. Earlier, Yahoo Finance discussed this stock as it revealed SMX SPEARHEADS SUSTAINABLE FASHION AT PREMIÈRE VISION PARIS.
SMX (Security Matters) Plc is listed on the NASDAQ in the Industrials sector while operating in the Specialty Business Services industry. At the end of the last regular session, the stock closed at $0.36 and fluctuated between $0.3998 as its day high and $0.3200 as its day low. The current market capitalization of SMX (Security Matters) Plc is $2.05M. A total of 2.61 million shares were traded on the day, compared to an average of 0.95 shares.
Despite rarely being accurate, price targets can exert some form of influence at times, and are often regarded as valuable by markets. In terms of 52-week highs and lows, SMX has a high of $415.58 and a low of $0.21.
Balance Sheet Annually/Quarterly
As well as showing the assets and liabilities of the company, the balance sheet also shows the amount invested in equity by investors. Investors can analyze a company’s future prospects by calculating its financial ratios based on this information. SMX’s latest balance sheet shows that the firm has $4.17M in Cash & Short Term Investments as of fiscal 2021. There were $773.00k in debt and $1.90M in liabilities at the time. Its Book Value Per Share was -$0.31, while its Total Shareholder’s Equity was $7.89M.
After-hours and pre-market trading may carry slightly higher risks than regular market hours. As issuers often announce important financial information outside regular trading hours, extended-hours trading may result in wider spreads for a particular security. That is because extended-hours trading may result in lower liquidity and higher volatility. Currently, 0 analysts are providing their opinions on the stock.