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- Recent (2013) trading range from high of $1.57 late March, to low of 75 cents early December.
- Rebound from this low in 2014 to 50% Fibonacci level at $1.15 currently.
- 3 month uptrend emerged early May following cross-overs of MMAs at about $1.
- Momentum increasing with divergence of upwardly directed short-term moving averages, and commencing divergence of the flatter medium-term averages.
Key FA metrics
- P/E ratio is 12.87
- Dividend yield is 3.7% FF with 51% pay-out ratio
- Debt/Equity ratio is a conservative 29.3%
- Return on Equity (ROE) is 13.6%
It is likely to stay a steady and not a spectacular stock.
Entry could be considered between $1.10 and $1.15 for a long position to exploit the present early trend.
An early target could be the 61.8% Fibonacci level at $1.25, and a long-term target the $1.57 high.
A stop/loss position could be set at $1.
It is a stock likely to be a good conservative choice for medium to long-term investors
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