- Last Close 0.0002
- Sector Industrials
- Industry Waste Management
- Investment Style
- Day Range < 0.01 – < 0.01
- Year Range < 0.01 – < 0.01
- Market Cap 11,162.6648
- Volume / Avg 5,000.0 / 11,950.0
- Price / Sales —
- Price / Book 319.24
- Forward Div Yield 3.07%
- Trailing Div Yield —
Morningstar‘s Stock Analysis EXPL
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Company Profile EXPL
Endurance Exploration Group Inc is engaged in the exploration and recovery of deep-ocean shipwrecks across various countries. The company is focused on recovering bullion precious metals numismatic-grade coinage, high-value non-ferrous metals and other valuable cargos from both historic and modern shipwrecks. Its project consists of Project Connaught and Project Black Marlin. The Project Connaught is a steam-powered packet ship that transport cargo and passengers between Great Britain and the United States. Its Project Black Marlin is a vessel engaged in the trading activities.
Clearwater, FL, 33760
FAQs for Endurance Exploration Group Inc Stock
Yes. EXPL has a forward dividend yield of 3.07%.
EXPL’s full dividends and stock split history
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EXPL’s market cap is 11,162.66.
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EXPL’s beta can be found in Trading Information at the top of this page.
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