Blackstone Mortgage Trust, Inc. (BXMT)

Check out top investors' recommendation for BXMT
Last closing price (N/A)
(0.00%) ? 
Last closing price is the stock price upon last market close (date specified in parenthesis).
Return to date (1m/3m/6m/12m):
N/A ? 
Return to date is the stock return for the specified period of time.
Consensus price target (1m/3m/6m/12m):
Consensus price target is the average analyst price target for a specified period of time.
Buy/Sell Mix (1m/3m/6m/12m):
Buy/sell mix the percentage mix between Buy and Sell recommendations for a given company or a research firm. Hold recommendations are excluded.
Blackstone Mortgage Trust, Inc., a real estate finance company, primarily focuses on originating mortgage loans backed by commercial real estate assets. It intends to originate, acquire, and manage commercial real estate loans, and securities and other commercial real estate-related debt instruments. The company qualifies as a real estate investment trust for federal income tax purposes. It generally would not be subject to U.S. federal income taxes if it distributes at least 90% of its taxable income to its stockholders. The company formerly known as Capital Trust, Inc. and changed its name to Blackstone Mortgage Trust, Inc. on May 6, 2013. Blackstone Mortgage Trust, Inc. was founded in 1966 and is based in New York, New York.
An analyst is a professional research analyst or an Investor Wand user who issued a recommendation for a given company.
Research Firm
A Research Firm is a company that researches and rates stocks and publishes recommendations.
Signal is a recommendation issued by an analyst. Investor Wand considers two types of recommendations: BUY and SELL.
Signal Date
A signal date is a date when a BUY or SELL recommendation was issued for given security.
Initial Price
Initial Price is the first closing price for a specified company upon recommendation release. If the recommendation is issued in after-market hours, the Initial Price is the next day’s closing price (for a given symbol). In case of dividend distributions and stock splits, Initial Price is adjusted.
Price Target
A Price Target is an analyst’s projection of a company’s stock price by the end of the recommendation period. It represents the price at which the analyst would exit his or her existing position.
Closing Date
Closing Date is the expiration date of a recommendation. The validity timeframe of a professional analyst’s recommendation is 12 months. Investor Wand analysts can set their recommendation timeframe to one, three, six, or 12 months.
The return on a single open recommendation is calculated as the maximum of the current return (based on the latest closing price) and the target price return, if the symbol reached the target. The return on a single closed recommendation is calculated as the maximum of the return on the closing date (at the end of recommendation timeframe) and the target price return, if the stock hit the target price. The return is adjusted for one-time events (e.g., stock splits).
Donald Fandetti Citi Buy   Dec 06, '17     35.00  Dec 06, '18  N/A 
Jade Rahmani Keefe, Bruyette & Woods Buy   Sep 14, '17     33.00  Sep 14, '18  N/A 
Jade Rahmani Keefe, Bruyette & Woods Buy   Jul 06, '17     33.00  Jul 06, '18  N/A 
Stephen Laws Deutsche Bank Securities Buy   Sep 15, '15   25.97  33.00  Sep 15, '16  10.20% 
Stephen Laws Deutsche Bank Securities Buy   Apr 13, '15   28.55  33.00  Apr 13, '16  -6.13% 
Stephen Laws Deutsche Bank Securities Buy   Feb 19, '15   26.12  31.50  Feb 19, '16  11.19%