Why Enphase Energy (ENPH) Stock Hit A New 52-Week Low Today

Enphase Energy, Inc. -4.25%

Enphase Energy, Inc.




Enphase Energy, Inc. (NASDAQ:ENPH) shares are trading lower by 4.2% to $78.65 Monday afternoon on downward momentum after the company last week issued weak fourth-quarter guidance.

Following the earnings report, the company received several analyst rating updates.

What Happened?

Enphase's third-quarter earnings fell short of expectations, with earnings per share at $1.02 (compared to the estimated $1.03) and revenue of $551.1 million (below the estimated $566.02 million).

The company attributed these disappointing results to elevated inventory levels at distribution partners and decreased demand in important European markets such as the Netherlands, France and Germany.

In the fourth quarter, Enphase anticipates revenue in the range of $300 million to $350 million, which is below the estimated $601.24 million.

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What Else?

In 2023, higher yields on safer investments, such as Treasury bonds, are drawing investors away from riskier growth stocks like Enphase. This shift is reducing demand for stocks, leading to lower stock prices.

Additionally, the rise in interest rates results in higher discount rates for assessing future cash flows, potentially leading to lower valuations for growth stocks like Enphase, which depend on robust future cash flow projections.

According to data from Benzinga Pro, ENPH has a 52-week high of $339.92 and a 52-week low of $76.06.

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