Experience Co Ltd (EXP)

Sydney
0.200
-0.005(-2.44%)
  • Volume:
    619,911
  • Bid/Ask:
    0.195/0.200
  • Day's Range:
    0.200 - 0.205

EXP Overview

Prev. Close
0.205
Day's Range
0.2-0.205
Revenue
50.8M
Open
0.205
52 wk Range
0.175-0.41
EPS
-0.019
Volume
619,911
Market Cap
150.8M
Dividend (Yield)
N/A
(N/A)
Average Volume (3m)
931,195
P/E Ratio
-10.83
Beta
1.65
1-Year Change
-41.94%
Shares Outstanding
754,003,418
Next Earnings Date
21 Feb 2023
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Experience Co Ltd Company Profile

Experience Co Ltd Company Profile

Experience Co Limited engages in adventure tourism and leisure business in Australia and New Zealand. The company operates through Skydiving, Adventure Experiences, and Corporate segments. It provides tandem skydive and related products; and reef-based dive and snorkel experiences, as well as rainforest tours. The company also offers island day trips, reef tours, multi-days experiences, and tree ropes and ziplining experiences. In addition, it provides aircraft maintenance services. The company operates 14 skydiving drop zones in Australia and 3 in New Zealand. Experience Co Limited was founded in 1998 and is based in Sydney, Australia.

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Analyst Price Target

Average38.667 (+19233.35% Upside)
High44
Low30
Price0.2
No. of Analysts3
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  • bought shares when they were 46 cents or so they did go up nearly double but because sky dive the beach wollongong decided to buy out all these other companies their shares dropped each time and they havent gone up they blame the weather but their shares just arent valued as much by investors now. management should stick with what they have now and not commit to buying into other losing companies. dont want to sell at 27 but doesnt look like they are going up in the near future money could be invested better elsewhere.
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