Is Seritage Growth Properties Class A (SRG) a leader in real estate?

Seritage Growth Properties Class A (SRG) is near the top in its sector, according to data InvestorsObserver. SRG receives an overall rating of 77. This means that it has more than 77% of the shares. Seritage Growth Properties Class A is ranked 72nd in real estate sector. Real estate is number 5 out of 11 sectors.

SRG has an overall score of 77. Find out what that means for you and get the rest of the leaderboard on SRG!

What do these ratings mean?

Finding the best stocks to invest in can be difficult. There are thousands of options and it can be confusing as to what actually constitutes great value. *Investors Observer* allows you to select from eight unique metrics to view the top industries and the best performing stocks within that industry. A score of 77 would rank higher than 77 percent of all stocks. These rankings allow you to easily compare stocks and view a particular company’s strengths and weaknesses. Find the stocks with the best short- and long-term growth prospects in seconds. The combined score includes technical and fundamental analysis to provide a comprehensive view of a stock’s performance. Investors who then want to focus on analyst rankings or ratings can view the separate results for each section.

What Happens to Seritage Growth Properties’ Class A Shares Today?

Seritage Growth Properties Class A (SRG) shares are trading at $11.72 as of 1:35 pm on Tuesday, August 9, down -$0.44 or -3.62% from the previous close from $12.16. The stock has traded between $11.63 and $12.18 so far today. The volume is less active than usual today. So far, 199,623 shares have traded compared to an average volume of 3,862,697 shares. For the full stock report for Seritage Growth Properties Class A shares, click here.

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