Two Harbors Investment Corp Stock Forecast, Predictions & Price Target

Analyst price target for TWO

Based on 4 analysts offering 12 month price targets for Two Harbors Investment Corp.
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Should I buy or sell TWO stock?

Based on 4 analysts offering ratings for Two Harbors Investment Corp.
Strong Buy
0 analysts 0%
1 analysts 25%
3 analysts 75%
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Two Harbors Investment Stock Forecast FAQ

Is Two Harbors Investment Stock a good buy in 2024, according to Wall Street analysts?

The consensus among 4 Wall Street analysts covering (NYSE: TWO) stock is to Hold TWO stock.

Out of 4 analysts, 0 (0%) are recommending TWO as a Strong Buy, 1 (25%) are recommending TWO as a Buy, 3 (75%) are recommending TWO as a Hold, 0 (0%) are recommending TWO as a Sell, and 0 (0%) are recommending TWO as a Strong Sell.

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What is TWO's Price Target?

According to 4 Wall Street analysts that have issued a 1 year TWO price target, the average TWO price target is $14.75, with the highest TWO stock price forecast at $17.00 and the lowest TWO stock price forecast at $12.50.

On average, Wall Street analysts predict that Two Harbors Investment's share price could reach $14.75 by Apr 19, 2025. The average Two Harbors Investment stock price prediction forecasts a potential upside of 21.6% from the current TWO share price of $12.13.
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