Consumer Portfolio Services traded at $9.72 this Wednesday July 6th, decreasing $0.53 or 5.17 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, Consumer Portfolio Services lost 23.52 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price rose by 116.48 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast Consumer Portfolio Services to be priced at 10.36 by the end of this quarter and at 9.54 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.


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Peers Price Day Year
Aaron's 14.60 -0.77 -5.01% -52.49%
Credit Acceptance 497.55 -29.03 -5.51% 13.62%
Consumer Portfolio Services 9.72 -0.53 -5.17% 116.48%
Americas Car Mart 99.61 -7.58 -7.07% -26.75%
Encore Capital 61.21 1.57 2.64% 29.53%
Enova International 30.20 0.70 2.37% -9.90%
Ezcorp 7.46 0.13 1.77% 28.18%
Green Dot 26.18 0.56 2.19% -43.19%
Nicholas Financial 9.11 -0.04 -0.44% -18.88%
Nelnet 85.75 -0.48 -0.56% 14.67%
PRA 38.02 -0.18 -0.47% -0.03%
Rent-A-Center 19.59 -0.90 -4.39% -62.41%
Regional Management 37.63 -1.74 -4.42% -18.27%
LendingTree 46.82 -1.07 -2.23% -77.39%
World Acceptance 108.78 -12.68 -10.44% -32.59%

Indexes Price Day Year
USND 11483 120.67 1.06% -21.14%
US2000 1755 27.17 1.57% -21.37%

Consumer Portfolio Services
Consumer Portfolio Services, Inc. is a specialty finance company. The Company's business is to purchase and service retail automobile contracts originated primarily by franchised automobile dealers and select independent dealers in the United States in the sale of new and used automobiles, light trucks and passenger vans. Through its automobile contract purchases, the Company provides indirect financing to the customers of dealers who have limited credit histories or past credit problems, who it refers as sub-prime customers. It serves as an alternative source of financing for dealers, facilitating sales to customers. The Company offers approximately eight different financing programs, and price to its customer, each program according to the relative credit risk. Its financing programs are First Time Buyer, Mercury / Delta, Standard, Alpha, Alpha Plus, Super Alpha and Preferred.