(NASDAQ:SBRAP) shares saw light trading volume with 4,280 shares changing hands on Tuesday. Trading volume was down 82.61% under the stocks average daily volume.
Short traders are feeling a little more bearish on Sabra Healthcare REIT, Inc. – 7 recently if you put credence in the change in short interest. The company saw a rise in short interest of 39.42% between September 29, 2017 and October 13, 2017. Short interest grew 1,214 over that period. With short interest at 4,294 and short average daily volume at 20,752, the short-interest ratio is 0.0 and the percentage of shorted shares is 0.00% as of October 13.
The company is trading down from yesterday’s close of $25.60. The company also recently declared a dividend which was paid on Thursday August 31st, 2017. The dividend was $0.445 per share for the quarter or $1.78 annualized. This dividend amount represented a yield of $6.96. The ex-dividend date was set for Monday the 14th of August 2017.
It is currently trading at $25.60 marginally under the 50 day moving average which is $25.64 and a tad below the 200 day moving average of $25.76. The 50 day moving average was down $-0.04 or -0.16% whereas the 200 day moving average was down $-0.16 or -0.64%.
The P/E ratio is currently 21.55 and market capitalization is 1.68B.
Sabra Health Care REIT, Inc., launched on May 10, 2010, is a real estate investment trust. The Company, through its subsidiaries, owns and invests in real estate serving the healthcare industry. The Business’s segment includes investments in healthcare-related real estate properties. The Business’s primary business consists of acquiring, financing and owning real estate property to be leased to third-party tenants in the healthcare sector. As of December 31, 2016, the Business’s investment portfolio consisted of 183 real estate properties held for investment (consisting of 97 skilled nursing/transitional care facilities, 85 senior housing facilities and one acute care hospital); 10 investments in loans receivable (consisting of four mortgage loans, one construction loan, one mezzanine loan, three pre-development loans and one debtor-in-possession (DIP) loan) and 12 preferred equity investments..