ARM Holdings plc (ARMH) : Mondays money flow indicated an uptick to downtick ratio was at 1.56. The total value of inflow transactions on upticks was $20.71 million, whereas, the total value of outflow trades on downticks was $13.27 million. The total money flow was $7.44 million, which shows a mild bullish bias. The total money flow into the stock in block trades was $7.11 million. The total value of the trades done on upticks was $9.68 million. Downticks saw transactions worth $2.57 million. The total uptick to downtick ratio stood at 3.77, mildly in favor of the bulls. ARM Holdings plc (ARMH) was trading with a -0.52% change over previous days close. It fell $0.34 during the day and reached $65.23. The stock was -1.32% compared to the previous weeks close.
ARM Holdings plc has dropped 1.18% in the last five trading days, however, the shares have posted positive gains of 38.21% in the last 4 weeks. ARM Holdings plc is up 61.7% in the last 3-month period. Year-to-Date the stock performance stands at 44.65%.
ARM Holdings plc (NASDAQ:ARMH): The stock opened at $65.14 on Monday but the bulls could not build on the opening and the stock topped out at $65.21 for the day. The stock traded down to $64.95 during the day, due to lack of any buying support eventually closed down at $65.07 with a loss of -0.25% for the day. The stock had closed at $65.23 on the previous day. The total traded volume was 1,163,856 shares.
ARM Holdings plc (ARM) is a United Kingdom-based company engaged in designing of microprocessors, physical intellectual property (IP) and related technology and software, and sale of development tools. The Companys offers products, such as 16/32/64-bit RISC microprocessors, data engines, graphics processors, digital libraries, embedded memories, peripherals, software and development tools, as well as analog functions and high-speed connectivity products. The Companys product offering includes microprocessor Cores, physical IP, development tools and support and maintenance services. ARM licenses and sells its technology and products to international electronics companies, which in turn manufacture, market and sell microprocessors, application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs), application-specific standard processors (ASSPs) and microcontrollers (MCUs) based on ARMs technology to systems companies for incorporation into a variety of end products.