Waste management – Consensus indicates potential increase of 6.4%


Waste Management found using ticker (WM) now have 15 analysts covering the stock. Analyst consensus indicates a “Buy” rating. The target price is between 177 and 148, with the average target price being 159.47. Now, with the previous closing price of 149.84, this now indicates that there is a potential upside of 6.4%. The 50 day moving average is 153.14 and the 200 moving average now goes to 142.89. The company has a market capitalization of $ 63,098 million. You can visit the company’s website by visiting: http://www.wm.com

Waste Management, through its subsidiaries, provides environmental waste management services to residential, commercial, industrial and municipal customers in North America. It offers collection services, in particular the collection and transport of waste and recyclable materials from their place of production to a transfer station, a material recovery facility (MRF) or a disposal site; and owns, develops and operates landfill gas to energy facilities in the United States, as well as owns and operates transfer stations. As of December 31, 2020, the company owned or operated 263 solid waste landfills; 5 secure landfills of hazardous waste; 103 MRF; and 348 transfer stations. It also provides materials processing and raw material recycling services; recycling brokerage services, such as managing the marketing of recyclable materials for others; and other strategic business solutions. In addition, the company offers construction and remediation services; services related to the disposal of fly ash and residues generated by the combustion of coal and other fuel stocks; factory services including complete waste management solutions and consultancy services; and specialized disposal services for oil and gas exploration and production operations. The company was previously known as USA Waste Services and changed its name to Waste Management in 1998. Waste Management was incorporated in 1987 and is headquartered in Houston, Texas.

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