EPS for American Assets Trust, Inc. (AAT) Expected At $0.50

April 20, 2018 - By Stephen Andrade

Investors sentiment decreased to 1.04 in Q4 2017. Its down 0.10, from 1.14 in 2017Q3. It worsened, as 18 investors sold American Assets Trust, Inc. shares while 54 reduced holdings. 25 funds opened positions while 50 raised stakes. 45.37 million shares or 1.08% more from 44.88 million shares in 2017Q3 were reported.
Ameriprise Fincl has 0.01% invested in American Assets Trust, Inc. (NYSE:AAT) for 801,034 shares. Sei Invs Communications stated it has 298,351 shares. Stevens Capital Management Lp holds 0.03% or 21,055 shares in its portfolio. The Texas-based Texas Permanent School Fund has invested 0.01% in American Assets Trust, Inc. (NYSE:AAT). Bailard reported 29,000 shares or 0.07% of all its holdings. Los Angeles Capital And Equity Research reported 0.01% stake. Envestnet Asset Mgmt, Illinois-based fund reported 1,620 shares. 310,249 are held by Principal Finance Gp. Howe & Rusling accumulated 0% or 38 shares. Credit Suisse Ag holds 91,215 shares or 0% of its portfolio. Riverhead Cap Mgmt Limited Com owns 4,552 shares. Advisory Services Ntwk Limited Company invested in 0% or 97 shares. Geode Mgmt Ltd Limited Liability Company holds 0.01% in American Assets Trust, Inc. (NYSE:AAT) or 428,615 shares. Quantbot Technologies Limited Partnership invested in 0.01% or 1,433 shares. Northern Corp holds 0.01% of its portfolio in American Assets Trust, Inc. (NYSE:AAT) for 920,764 shares.

Since December 11, 2017, it had 7 insider buys, and 0 selling transactions for $22.14 million activity.

Analysts expect American Assets Trust, Inc. (NYSE:AAT) to report $0.50 EPS on May, 1.They anticipate $0.06 EPS change or 13.64 % from last quarter’s $0.44 EPS. AAT’s profit would be $32.21 million giving it 16.64 P/E if the $0.50 EPS is correct. After having $0.46 EPS previously, American Assets Trust, Inc.’s analysts see 8.70 % EPS growth. The stock decreased 1.95% or $0.66 during the last trading session, reaching $33.27. About 158,827 shares traded. American Assets Trust, Inc. (NYSE:AAT) has declined 20.86% since April 20, 2017 and is downtrending. It has underperformed by 32.41% the S&P500.

American Assets Trust, Inc. (NYSE:AAT) Ratings Coverage

Among 5 analysts covering American Assets Trust (NYSE:AAT), 3 have Buy rating, 1 Sell and 1 Hold. Therefore 60% are positive. American Assets Trust had 6 analyst reports since October 23, 2017 according to SRatingsIntel. The firm earned “Hold” rating on Thursday, November 2 by Bank of America. The firm earned “Overweight” rating on Tuesday, March 27 by Morgan Stanley. On Thursday, March 1 the stock rating was downgraded by Bank of America to “Underperform”. The company was upgraded on Thursday, February 22 by Mizuho. The stock of American Assets Trust, Inc. (NYSE:AAT) earned “Buy” rating by RBC Capital Markets on Friday, February 16. On Monday, October 23 the stock rating was maintained by KeyBanc Capital Markets with “Hold”.

American Assets Trust, Inc. is a full service, vertically integrated and self-administered real estate investment trust, or REIT, headquartered in San Diego, California. The company has market cap of $2.14 billion. The firm has over 50 years of experience in acquiring, improving, developing and managing premier retail, office and residential properties throughout the United States in some of the nation??s most dynamic, high-barrier-to-entry markets primarily in Southern California, Northern California, Oregon, Washington and Hawaii. The company's retail portfolio comprises approximately 3.3 million rentable square feet, and its office portfolio comprises approximately 2.7 million square feet. It has a 53.49 P/E ratio. In addition, the firm owns one mixed-use property (including approximately 97,000 rentable square feet of retail space and a 369-room all-suite hotel) and 2,112 multifamily units.

American Assets Trust, Inc. (NYSE:AAT) Institutional Positions Chart

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