Appian Corporation [APPN] shares are up more than 147.96% this year and recently increased 0.08% or $9.66 to settle at $117.40. APPN has a short ratio of 13.82. This implies that the market is currently less bullish on the outlook for APPN.

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Analyst Birdseye View:

The most recent analyst activity for Appian Corporation [NASDAQ:APPN] stock was on November 06, 2020, when it was Upgrade with a Buy rating from Needham, which also raised its 12-month price target on the stock to $94. Before that, on November 09, 2020, Goldman Recapitulated a Neutral rating and elevated its amount target to $84. On October 15, 2020, Berenberg Downgrade a Hold rating. On July 21, 2020, Berenberg Initiated a Buy rating and increased its price target to $57. On April 14, 2020, Morgan Stanley Downgrade an Underweight rating. On February 19, 2020, Needham Downgrade a Hold rating. On January 10, 2020, Needham Initiated a Buy rating and boosted its target amount on this stock to $49. On May 23, 2019, Morgan Stanley Upgrade an Equal-weight rating and amplified its amount target to $36.

In the past 52 weeks of trading, this stock has oscillated between a low of $29.07 and a peak of $109.54. Right now, the middling Wall Street analyst 12-month amount mark is $84.00. At the most recent market close, shares of Appian Corporation [NASDAQ:APPN] were valued at $117.40. According to the average price forecast, investors can expect a potential return of 4.93%.


Appian Corporation [NASDAQ:APPN] most recently reported quarterly sales of 77.3 billion, which represented growth of 16.80%. This publicly-traded organization’s revenue is $255,749 per employee, while its income is -$49,817 per employee. This company’s Gross Margin is currently 68.80%, its Operating Margin is -14.50%, its Pretax Margin is -19.16, and its Net Margin is -19.48. Continuing to look at profitability, this corporation’s Return on Assets, Equity, Whole Principal & invested Principal is sitting at -16.77, -36.43, -30.54 and -31.19 respectively.

If looking now at the Principal structure of this organization, it shows its whole liability to the whole Principal at 20.24 and the whole liability to whole assets at 14.02. It shows enduring liability to the whole principal at 18.18 and enduring liability to assets at 0.13 while looking for an extended time period.

Readers are usually of view to make a close observation to the indicators that support and make resistance before moving to any particular stock. As of now, the company’s stock is sitting at 104.65 points at 1st support level, the second support level is making up to 101.56. But as of 1st resistance point, this stock is sitting at 110.18 and at 112.63 for 2nd resistance point.

Appian Corporation [APPN] reported its earnings at $0 per share in the fiscal quarter closing of 9/29/2020. The Analysts for Wall Street were expecting to report its earnings at -$0.17/share signifying the difference of 0.17 and 100.00% surprise value. Comparing the previous quarter ending of 6/29/2020, the stated earnings were -$0.12 calling estimates for -$0.25/share with the difference of 0.13 depicting the surprise of 52.00%.

Important Ratio’s To Watch

Meanwhile, turning our focus to liquidity, the Current Ratio for Appian Corporation [NASDAQ:APPN] is 2.90. Likewise, the Quick ratio is also the same, showing Cash ratio at 1.42. Now if looking for a valuation of this stock’s amount to sales ratio it’s 9.61 and it’s amount to book ratio is 12.56.

Insider Stories

The most recent insider trade was by Lynch Mark Steven, Chief Financial Officer, and it was the sale of 5813.0 shares on Nov 13. Boccassam Prashanth, the Director, completed a sale of 11000.0 shares on Nov 13. On Nov 10, Winters Christopher, General Counsel, completed a sale of 3211.0 shares.