3D Systems Corporation (NYSE:DDD) shares were trading lower by -0.17 percent ($-0.02) at $11.6 a piece in Tuesday’s session. It had closed the previous session at $11.62. DDD trades with a P/S ratio of 2.27. This is lower than the both industry’s 90.29 and the wider sector’s 13.11. A low price-to-sales ratio, typically less than 1.0, is considered a good value. Also, it has an estimated price-earnings (P/E) multiple of 20.68. Shares of DDD have downtrended -35.59% in the past three months, while the S&P 500 has moved -38.24% in that time. 3D Systems Corporation (DDD) has a market cap of $1.45 billion and over the last 12 months, 3D Systems Corporation (NYSE:DDD) has gone weaker by -18.65%. During the last 52 weeks, the (NYSE:DDD) price has been as high as $23.7 and as low as $11.45. 3D Systems Corporation earnings have declined with an annualized rate of -22.4% over the last 5 years.

3D Systems Corporation (Mean Target Price: $15.62)

The average 1-year price target for 3D Systems Corporation (DDD) — averaging the work of different analysts — reveals a mean PT of $15.62/share. That’s a potential 34.66 increase relative to where 3D Systems Corporation (NYSE:DDD) has been trading recently. The current price is seen ranging between $11.45 and $11.81. There are brokerage firms with lower targets than the average, including one setting a price target of $13. And then on the other side of the spectrum one analyst entrenched in the bullish camp has a target as high as $20.

3D Systems Corporation (DDD) Consensus Recommendation

The collective rating of 3.1 for 3D Systems Corporation (NYSE:DDD) also leans strongly towards the bearish end of the spectrum. Of the 17 analysts surveyed by Reuters that track DDD 12 of them rate its stock a hold. The other 5, though not evenly; between analysts who think you should buy 3D Systems Corporation versus those who think you should sell it. A 2 analysts rate it as either a buy or a strong buy, while3 believe that investors should either steer clear of DDD or, if they already own its stock, sell it.

Is Hess Corporation (NYSE:HES) Cheap From Peers?

Hess Corporation (HES) knifed -0.17 percent lower and now trades for $45.96. HES comes in with a P/S ratio of 2.84 that’s greater than 1, potentially implying that it could be expensive relative to the overall sector (13.11) and its peers (90.29). . . During the last 52 weeks, the price has been as high as $65.56 and as low as $37.25. Hess Corporation (NYSE:HES) earnings have declined with a quarterly rate of -25.8% over the last 5 years. Shares of HES have increased 2.27% in the past three monthswhile the S&P 500 has gained 1.55% in that time.

Hess Corporation (Price Objective: $50.54)

Hess Corporation (NYSE:HES) has a market cap of $14.35 billion and over the last 12 months, HES has declined by -9.56%. The average 1-year price target for (HES) reveals an average price target of $50.54 per share. That’s a potential 9.97 gain from where (NYSE:HES) has been trading recently. There are brokerage firms with lower targets than the average, including one setting a price target of $40. And then on the other side of the spectrum one analyst entrenched in the bullish camp has a target as high as $65.

Analyst Thoughts About Hess Corporation (NYSE:HES)

The consensus recommendation — averaging the work of 21 analysts — of 2.4 for Hess Corporation (HES) points to moderate case. Of the analysts surveyed by Reuters that track Hess Corporation 11 of them rate its stock a hold. The other 10 are split, though not evenly, between analysts who think you should buy its stock versus those who think you should sell it. A 9 analysts rate it as either a buy or a strong buy, while 1 believe that investors should either steer clear of (NYSE:HES) or, if they already own its stock, sell it.