Denbury Resources (NYSE:DNR) shares traded on -4.79% down secure line and closed at $1.39. The stock exchanged hands 5.56 Million shares versus average trading capacity of 6.09 Million shares. It has a market cap of $521.56 Million.

For the current quarter Denbury Resources (NYSE:DNR) has high EPS estimates of $0.06 in contradiction of low EPS estimates of $-0.03. Average estimation for the current quarter has been provided by 10 analysts.

Investors as well as the sell-side will be paying close attention to how the actual numbers compare with the estimates. Earnings surprises can have a huge impact on a company’s stock price. Several studies suggest that positive earnings surprises not only lead to an immediate hike in a stock’s price, but also to a gradual increase over time. Hence, it’s not surprising that some companies are known for routinely beating earning projections. A negative earnings surprise will usually result in a decline in share price.

Denbury Resources (NYSE:DNR) has average revenue estimates of $265.51 Million, compared to low analyst estimates of $248.6 Million and high estimates of $291 Million for the current quarter. A total number of 8 analysts provided estimations over revenues. For the current year the company’s revenue estimates are $1.08 Billion compared to low analyst estimates of $996 Million and high estimates of $1.14 Billion according to the prediction of 7 analysts.

Taking a broader look at the analyst consensus, according to 9 analysts Denbury Resources (NYSE:DNR)’s price will reach at $1.86 during 52 weeks. Its minimum price target estimates has been figured out at $0.5 while the maximum price target forecast is established at $4.

On the other hand Denbury Resources (NYSE:DNR) has Relative Strength Index (RSI 14) of 46.28 along with Average True Range (ATR 14) of 0.1. Where the relative strength index (RSI) is a technical momentum indicator that compares the magnitude of recent gains to recent losses in an attempt to determine excess buying & selling conditions of an asset, it is one of the most popular technical indicators, computed on the basis of the speed and direction of a stock’s price movement. The RSI value will always move between 0 and 100; the value will be 0 if the stock falls on all 14 days, and 100, if the price moves up on all the days) as suggested by J Welles Wilder. In terms of market analysis and trading signals, RSI moving above the horizontal 30 reference level is viewed as a bullish indicator, while the RSI moving below the horizontal 70 reference level is seen to be a bearish indicator. The level of 50 represents neutral market momentum and corresponds with the center line in other oscillators such as MACD (Moving Average Convergence/Divergence). The average true range (ATR) is a measure of volatility introduced by Welles Wilder.

Consequently Denbury Resources (NYSE:DNR)’s weekly and monthly volatility is 7.73%, 6.61% respectively.