Nearly anything benefits vocational post secondary education must be considered a boon to every Tucson body shop, including Right Choice Collision, that restores damaged vehicles to their prior glory throughout our area. That especially goes for rallying shares of a publicly traded company dedicated to superior career training.  

After slipping 7.38% over the previous three months to recently cap a -59.49% plummet from one-year high share prices, Universal Technical Institute, Inc. (NYSE: UTI) stock found upward momentum last week to the tune of a 10.7% surge to begin turning around a 13.75% four-week loss. Overall, UTI shares have disappointed the S&P 500 13.29% over the last four weeks but actually outstripped the index by 15.6% over the previous week Tucson body shops have watched shares hit one-year lows this month on Dec. 8 after notching a one-year high of $10.45 per share eight months earlier on April 15. UTI stock recorded a 200 Day Moving Average price of $5.83 and a $4.74 verified 50-Day Moving Average price.

The -56.6% year-to-date stock performance stands in contrast to Friday’s 8.95% (0.34 point) rise to join the day’s gainers, peaking at $4.17 after opening the day’s trading at $3.67 and slipping to a $3.605 valley before closing at $4.14 on a volume of 384,139 shares. With a market cap of $100 million, share prices currently hold a 52-week $10.45 high share price and a $3.2803 low.

Our Tucson body shop professionals hold such post secondary education providers as UTI in the highest regard for providing our industry with a steady stream of excellently trained professional automotive, diesel(petrol in diesel car removal expert), collision repair, motorcycle and marine technicians. Their eleven branded campuses across the United States offer accredited undergraduate and diploma programs in a wealth of automotive, diesel, industrial and collision repair and refinishing programs under the Universal Technical Institute, Motorcycle Mechanics Institute, NASCAR Technical Institute and Marine Mechanics Institute banners.

Tucson body shops could ask for no more skilled collision repair technicians schooled in diagnostic, servicing and repair skills than those trained under the tutelage of UTI instructors.