Home > News & Events
Industry News
Koyo: Should you do something now?

For the share Koyo from the segment "construction industry" on the home stock exchange Singapore on 08.08.2019, 08:33 o'clock, a course of 0.07 SGD is led.

Our analyst team has analyzed Koyo on the market based on this review. A total of 7 factors lead to individual assessments as "buy", "hold" or "sell". From this, an overall assessment is determined in the last step.

1. Sentiment and Buzz: Koyo can also be observed and evaluated over a longer period in terms of the number of contributions to the words (the discussion intensity) and the rate of change of mood. This results in interesting conclusions about the long-term sentiment of the past months. Specifically: The stock has spawned the usual activity in the network. This indicates a medium discussion intensity and requires a "hold" rating. The rate of change in sentiment remained low and hardly any changes could be identified, which corresponds to an assessment as a "hold" value. In the overall rating, this gives Koyo the classification "Hold".

2. Relative Strength Index: A known technical analysis tool used to gauge whether a stock is currently "overbought" or "oversold" is the Relative Strength Index (RSI), which relates price movements over time. We consider the RSI on a 7- and 25-day basis for Koyo. Let's start with the 7-day RSI, which currently stands at 57.14 points. This means that Koyo is currently neither overbought nor sold. The stock is thus classified as a "Hold". What about the 25-day RSI? Again, Koyo is neither overbought nor sold (value: 57.14), so the stock also receives a "hold" rating for the RSI25. Koyo is thus evaluated bottom line with "Hold" for this point of our analysis.

3. Technical Analysis: Koyo's current price of 0.07 SGD is a "hold" signal at 0 percent of the GD200 (0.07 SGD) from a chart technical valuation perspective. By contrast, the GD50, which represents the average 50-day performance, is at SGD 0.07. This means for the stock price, that there is a "hold" signal because the gap is 0 percent. The bottom line is that the price of the Koyo share is valued as a "hold" if the average of 50 and 200 days is taken as a basis.