Del Taco Restaurants

Industry: Fast food restaurants
Price: $12.51 (Mar 7 4:00 PM EST; market closed)
Volume: n/a
1 Day Change: ±0%
30 Day avg: $0
Previous: $12.51 (Mar 4)
P/E Ratio: 23.21
Performance:max1 year agoYTD1 day
Price change+38%+38%0%0%
High / Low Factor1.71x
($12.56 / $7.34)
($12.56 / $7.34)
($12.54 / $12.44)
($12.51 / $12.50)

MemeShare Scores

MemeShare: 0.19 (-0.03) (Sep 25 5:00 AM EDT)
Highest recorded: 0.95 (Sep 16, 2022)
First MemeShare record: Jun 9, 2022
Tweet Score: 0.19 (-0.03) (Sep 25 3:00 AM EDT)
Highest recorded: 0.95 (Sep 16, 2022)
WSB Score: 7.59 (+0.59) (Sep 25 5:34 AM EDT)
Highest recorded: 20.28 (Jul 7, 2022)

Tweet Analysis

Tweets (24h avg): 6 tweets/hr (-4)
Previous day: 10 tweets/hr
Twitter Query: "del taco" lang:en
Highest recorded (hour): 188 (Sep 10, 2022 4:00 AM EDT)
Lowest recorded (hour): 0 (Jun 8, 2022 7:00 AM EDT)
Highest recorded (7 day avg): 22 (Sep 17, 2022)
Lowest recorded (7 day avg): 0 (Jun 8, 2022)

WSB Analysis

WSB mentions (avg): 1 mentions (±0)
Previous day: 1 mentions
Share of mentions: 0.7%
Reddit Query: "taco"
Highest recorded: 6 (Jan 18, 2022 6:00 AM UTC)
Lowest recorded: 0 (Jan 26, 2022 11:00 PM UTC)
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