Both the MACD and Stochastic indicate a positive sign for this stock. The MACD histogram appears to be moving towards the middle line into the top. As per the MACD line, the blue line is now touching the red line and it appears that the blue line will go on top anytime.
The stochastic looks strong and it has not yet reach the overbought level which is above the 80% level. It looks like this stock will definetely go up in the next few days.
Based on the technical sides, this stock is definetely a big buy for me.
Lets look at the fundamental side:
The past five quarter earning do not look good at all.
Q3, 2009 = -0.10
Q4, 2009 = -0.11
Q1, 2010 = -0.14
Q2, 2010 = -0.10
Q3, 2010 = -0.10
Going into the future, the estimates earning do not look good as well. Many analysts give a estimate of -0.10 for the coming new few quarters.
Based on this quarterly earning report for the past and the future earnings, I do not intend to go further on my research as I believe this is a waste of time, this stock do not past my 1st criteria as a good fundamental stock.
Therefore, fundamentally this stock is not a buy.
Based on the simple technical and fundamental analysis that I have done above, I would say that this stock is definetely for the daredevil and not the faint hearted. However, if you would like to try, kindly make sure that you put a stop loss whereby if these stock go down to $0.90 from the curent $0.97, you should sell immediately instead of letting the stock goes down further and burn away your hard earned money.
Good luck! and Happy New Year!
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