Bank of Carolinas Stock Charts (OTCMKTS:BCAR)
$0.13 $0 (0%) BCAR stock closing price Aug 05, 2015 (Closing)
Bank of Carolinas Stock Price Chart
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Note: Interactive Bank of Carolinas stock chart shows the 1 year stock price movement. Compare BCAR stock performance with Nasdaq and S&P 500 index. Compare Bank of the Carolinas Corporation's PE ratio charts with Benchmark Bankshares, Inc , First Citizens BancShares Inc. , FIRST US BANCSH , Madison County Financial Inc & TRINITY BANK N.A. COM NPV
BCAR Stock Vs S&P 500 Index
Bank of Carolinas stock performance: The Bank of Carolinas stock charts shows stock trend against the S&P 500 index. Bank of Carolinas stock price has gone - by -999% in the last 1 year versus the S&P 500 index which has returned 4.32%
Bank of Carolinas PE Ratio Chart
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Bank of Carolinas PE ratio chart: The price earnings ratio is a valuation ratio which indicates how much an investor is willing to pay for every dollar of earnings. Bank of Carolinas did not have a positive PE for Nov 04, 2015. A high growth company usually has a high PE ratio as investors are expecting high earnings growth in the future. The PE ratio is calculated as the market value per share (or stock price) divided by the earnings per share (usually LTM EPS).
Bank of Carolinas Revenue Chart
Bank of Carolinas revenue chart: Topline or revenue is the income that a company generates by sales of its products or services for a given period. Investors look for stocks whose revenue is growing Quarter on Quarter (or QOQ) or Year over Year (or YOY) as it indicates that the company is growing. BCAR saw a decrease of revenue by 0.26% from 2014-Q4 to 2015-Q1.
Bank of Carolinas Earnings Chart
Bank of Carolinas earnings per share: A company’s earnings per share or EPS is the portion of its net income or profits allocated to each outstanding share of its common stock. Our chart on earnings per share shows the Eps for the last three years, and is a useful measure of profitability, and should be used while doing Bank of Carolinas stock analysis. Bank of Carolinas's EPS registered 0M of common stock in the latest quarter of 2015-Q1.
Bank of Carolinas Net Income Chart
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Bank of Carolinas Net Income: A company’s net income or bottom line is the firm’s total income after subtracting the cost involved in creating the product or service (COGS), expenses, and taxes for a given accounting period. It is also called as net profit and is a line item in the income statement of a company’s financials. BCAR saw an increase of net income by 132.5% from 2014-Q4 to 2015-Q1.
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BCAR Stock Details
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