As of September 5th, 2021, 5:02 p.m., the price of JPY 2550 is displayed for the Canon Marketing Japan share. The paper belongs to the “retailer” branch.
To evaluate this course, we subjected Canon Marketing Japan to a multi-stage analysis process. This results in assessments as to whether Canon Marketing Japan should be classified as “Buy”, “Hold” or “Sell”. A final consolidation of these assessments results in the overall assessment.
1. Relative Strength Index: A well-known means from technical analysis to assess whether a security is currently “overbought” or “oversold” is the Relative Strength Index (RSI). This compares price movements over time. We consider the RSI on a 7- and 25-day basis for Canon Marketing Japan. Let’s start with the 7-day RSI, which is currently 41.14 points. This means that Canon Marketing Japan is currently neither overbought nor -sold. The share is thus classified as a “hold”. What about the 25-day RSI? Canon Marketing Japan is neither overbought nor -sold on a 25-day basis (value: 46.96). Because of this, the share also receives a “hold” rating for the RSI25. Canon Marketing Japan was given a “Hold” rating for this point in our analysis.
2. Sentiment and buzz: In addition to analyzes from banks, the yardstick for sentiment around stocks is also the long-term sentiment among investors and users on the Internet. The number of posts over a longer period of time and the change in mood provide a good long-term picture of the mood. We researched Canon Marketing Japan’s stock for these two factors. The number of posts or discussion intensity showed a medium level of activity, from which, in our opinion, a “hold” rating can be generated. The rate of sentiment change for Canon Marketing Japan shows little change. This corresponds to a “hold” rating. In this respect, we give Canon Marketing Japan a “Hold” rating in terms of long-term sentiment.
3. Technical analysis: A look at the technical chart development of a share with the help of the moving average can be used to determine the current trend of the security. Let’s look at the moving average of the closing price of Canon Marketing Japan stock over the last 200 trading days. This value is currently JPY 2468.26. This means that the last closing price (2550 JPY) is at a similar level (difference +3.31 percent). On this basis, we rate the share as a “hold”. What does this calculation look like if you determine the moving average based on the last 50 trading days? For this (2532.1 JPY) the last closing price is also close to the moving average (+0.71 percent deviation). The Canon Marketing Japan share is thus given a “hold” rating on this short-term basis as well. The Canon Marketing Japan share is given a “hold” rating for simple charting.
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