AMC Is Thinking of Accepting Crypto as a Payment Method


During the last session 64M of AMC Entertainment Holdings, Inc.’s (NYSE:AMC) shares were traded. The stock closed at $44.2 per share indicating that it lost -$1.83 or -4% during that day which brings the AMC Entertainment Holdings, Inc.’s valuation to $22.69B.

The 52-week high for the AMC Entertainment Holdings, Inc.’s shares is $72.62. That puts it -39.14% from that peak but still a 730.83% gain since the share price dropped to a 52-week low of $1.91, while the S&P 500’s share price change was of 35.11%.

What does the trading volume tell us about the AMC stock?

During the last trading session, AMC Entertainment Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:AMC) has seen decay in its daily volume. The daily volume was of 93M, while in the last 10 days the average was 72.22M and last three months – 93.34M.

The decreasing interest in the AMC stock from the investors is helping to drive the stock price down.

Growing short interest

The AMC Entertainment Holdings, Inc.’s shares are seeing an increasing short interest compared to the previous month. As of today, there are 95.94M shares being shorted which translates into 1.04 of a short ratio for AMC, while in the previous month the shorted shares were 85.85M.

AMC Entertainment Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:AMC)’s financials

With a market cap of 22.69B, AMC Entertainment Holdings, Inc. holds a total cash of $1.81B that translates into $3.53 per share, while the total debt is of $11.07B.

The company has seen a decrease in the revenue with a year-over-year quarterly revenue growth percentage. The current revenue is of $875M that is $3.07 per share.

This is a not so good sign for the future.