PINS stock has a weak Relative Strength Rating of 12 out of 99. The rating means that Pinterest stock has outperformed just 12% of all stocks in the IBD database over the past 12 months. Look for stocks with a rating of 80 or higher. Moreover, Pinterest’s relative strength line has plunged, which is a negative signal.
Is Pinterest a good long term stock?
Over the last 12 months, Pinterest has been profitable. Analysts expect earnings of $1.05 per share this year and $1.40 per share next year. That leaves this stock — again, with three years of estimated revenue growth of 30%-plus — trading at about 51 times this year’s earnings and 38 times next year’s estimates.
Will Pinterest be profitable?
Pinterest isn’t yet profitable, and this has become a sticking point among some investors. While PINS GAAP EPS loss of only $0.03 per share indicates the company is essentially operating at break-even, Pinterest did indicate slowing MAU growth may lead to higher losses on the horizon.
Does Pinterest have a good future?
Pinterest’s Revenues could grow by roughly 2.5x from estimated levels of a little over $1.45 billion in 2020 to close to $3.5 billion by 2023, representing a growth rate of roughly 34% per year (for context annual growth was over 55% between 2017 and 2019). There are multiple trends that support this continued growth.
Why is Pinterest stock dropping?
The stock fell by nearly 18% in a day post Q2 results despite beating the consensus estimates for revenue and earnings. The fall was triggered as the company reported a decline in monthly active users in the U.S., 454 million monthly active users, down more than 5% from the 478 million the company reported in April.
Where will pins stock be in 5 years?
Based on our forecasts, a long-term increase is expected, the “PINS” stock price prognosis for 2026-10-23 is 208.131 USD. With a 5-year investment, the revenue is expected to be around +366.24%. Your current $100 investment may be up to $466.24 in 2026.