AMSF Share Price

Open 65.80 Change Price %
High 65.85 1 Day 0.10 0.15
Low 65.25 1 Week 2.40 3.80
Close 65.50 1 Month 6.40 10.83
Volume 121291 1 Year 16.04 32.43
52 Week High 66.00
52 Week Low 0.00
AMSF Important Levels
Resistance 2 66.06
Resistance 1 65.83
Pivot 65.53
Support 1 65.17
Support 2 64.94
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AMERISAFE, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMSF)

AMSF Technical Analysis 5
As on 9th Dec 2016 AMSF Share Price closed @ 65.50 and we RECOMMEND Strong Buy for LONG-TERM with Stoploss of 56.72 & Strong Buy for SHORT-TERM with Stoploss of 59.97 we also expect STOCK to react on Following IMPORTANT LEVELS.
AMSF Target for December
1st Target up-side 70.42
2nd Target up-side 75.23
3rd Target up-side 80.04
1st Target down-side 56.68
2nd Target down-side 51.87
3rd Target down-side 47.06
AMSF Other Details
Segment EQ
Market Capital 470321664.00
Sector Financial
Industry Property & Casualty Insurance
Offical website http://www.amerisafe.com
AMSF Address
AMSF
2301 Highway 190 West
DeRidder, LA 70634
United States
Phone: 337-463-9052
Fax: 800-450-1091
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AMSF Business Profile
AMERISAFE, Inc. (AMERISAFE), incorporated on October 28, 1985, is an insurance holding company. The Company is a specialty provider of workers’ compensation insurance focused on small to mid-sized employers engaged in hazardous industries, principally construction, trucking and agriculture. The Company provides coverage to employers under state and federal workers’ compensation laws. In addition to its voluntary workers’ compensation business, it underwrites workers’ compensation policies for employers assigned to it and assumes reinsurance premiums from mandatory pooling arrangements. The Company sells its workers’ compensation insurance through agencies. As of December 31, 2012, its insurance was sold through more than 3,200 independent agencies and its wholly owned insurance agency subsidiary, Amerisafe General Agency. AMERISAFE’s subsidiaries include American Interstate Insurance Company (AIIC) and its insurance subsidiaries, Silver Oak Casualty, Inc. (SOCI) and American Interstate Insurance Company of Texas (AIIC-TX), Amerisafe Risk Services, Inc. (RISK) and Amerisafe General Agency, Inc. (AGAI). The Company provides workers’ compensation insurance primarily to employers in the hazardous industries, such as construction, trucking, manufacturing and agriculture. The Construction industry includes a range of operations, such as highway and bridge construction, building and maintenance of pipeline and powerline networks, excavation, commercial construction, roofing, iron and steel erection, tower erection and other specialized construction operations. Trucking industry includes an array of operations, including contract haulers, regional and local freight carriers, special equipment transporters and other trucking companies that conduct a variety of short- and long-haul operations. The Agriculture industry includes crop maintenance and harvesting, grain and produce operations, nursery operations, meat processing, and livestock feed and transportation. The Oil and Gas industry includes various oil and gas activities, including gathering, transportation, processing, production, and field service operations. The Logging industry includes tree harvesting operations ranging from labor intensive chainsaw felling and trimming to mechanized operations using heavy equipment. The Maritime industry includes ship building and repair, pier and marine construction, inter-coastal construction, and stevedoring.