Toronto Dominion Bank (TD) Stock: What the Analysts are Saying

Toronto Dominion Bank (NYSE: TD) has a price-to-earnings ratio that is above its average at 12.67x. The stock has a 36-month beta value of 0.84. Opinions on the stock are mixed, with 0 analysts rating it as a “buy,” 1 as “overweight,” 3 as “hold,” and 0 as “sell.”

The public float for TD is 1.77B, and at present, short sellers hold a 0.65% of that float. On April 03, 2024, the average trading volume of TD was 2.82M shares.

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TD) stock’s latest price update

The stock of Toronto Dominion Bank (NYSE: TD) has decreased by -1.43 when compared to last closing price of 60.24.Despite this, the company has seen a loss of -0.37% in its stock price over the last five trading days. Seeking Alpha reported 2024-04-01 that Tech stocks are running hot in 2024, with the NASDAQ-100 approaching 40 times earnings. Most tech companies haven’t delivered the kinds of results that justify such valuations. For this reason, I’m prioritizing income for fresh buys in 2024. This includes dividend stocks as well as term deposits.

TD’s Market Performance

Toronto Dominion Bank (TD) has seen a -0.37% fall in stock performance for the week, with a -1.02% decline in the past month and a -8.11% plunge in the past quarter. The volatility ratio for the week is 1.19%, and the volatility levels for the past 30 days are at 1.28% for TD. The simple moving average for the last 20 days is -1.12% for TD’s stock, with a simple moving average of -2.48% for the last 200 days.

TD Trading at -1.09% from the 50-Day Moving Average

After a stumble in the market that brought TD to its low price for the period of the last 52 weeks, the company was unable to rebound, for now settling with -10.23% of loss for the given period.

Volatility was left at 1.28%, however, over the last 30 days, the volatility rate increased by 1.19%, as shares surge +0.51% for the moving average over the last 20 days. Over the last 50 days, in opposition, the stock is trading -1.72% lower at present.

During the last 5 trading sessions, TD fell by -0.37%, which changed the moving average for the period of 200-days by -0.97% in comparison to the 20-day moving average, which settled at $60.06. In addition, Toronto Dominion Bank saw -8.11% in overturn over a single year, with a tendency to cut further losses.

Stock Fundamentals for TD

Current profitability levels for the company are sitting at:

  • 0.34 for the present operating margin
  • 1.0 for the gross margin

The net margin for Toronto Dominion Bank stands at 0.17. The total capital return value is set at 0.03. Equity return is now at value 10.61, with 0.62 for asset returns.

Based on Toronto Dominion Bank (TD), the company’s capital structure generated 0.66 points at debt to capital in total, while cash flow to debt ratio is standing at -0.3. The debt to equity ratio resting at 1.97. The interest coverage ratio of the stock is 0.58.

Currently, EBITDA for the company is 15.86 billion with net debt to EBITDA at 5.73. When we switch over and look at the enterprise to sales, we see a ratio of 4.18. The receivables turnover for the company is 1.24for trailing twelve months and the total asset turnover is 0.04. The liquidity ratio also appears to be rather interesting for investors as it stands at 0.46.


To sum up, Toronto Dominion Bank (TD) has seen a bad performance recently. Analysts have differing views on the stock, with some seeing it as a “buy” and others as a “hold”. It’s important to note that the stock is currently trading at a significant distance from its 50-day moving average and its 52-week high.

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