SoftBank share: who would have thought? ()

The Softbank share is listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange on December 29, 2021, 03:44 a.m., at a price of JPY 5352.67. Softbank shares are allocated to the “Wireless Telecommunications Services” segment.

We rated Softbank at the current level according to a tried and tested scheme. The share is evaluated for 7 factors, each of which is given the rating “Buy”, “Hold” or “Sell”. In the last step, this results in an overall assessment.

1. Dividend: With a dividend of 0.7%, Softbank is rated lower than the industry average for wireless telecommunications services (4.44%) in terms of payout, as the difference is 3.74 percentage points. The classification “Sell” can currently be derived from this.

2. Investors: The investor sentiment at Softbank in the discussion forums and opinion columns on social media is particularly positive overall. This can be seen in the statements and opinions of the past two weeks, which we have evaluated for you in order to gain another valuation factor for the share. It turned out that the discussions in the past few days focused on particularly positive topics, giving the title the overall rating of “Buy”. In our opinion, this results in a “buy” overall for the investor sentiment point.

3. Sector comparison share price: Compared to the average annual performance of shares from the same sector (“telecommunications services”), Softbank is more than 19 percent lower with a return of -6.36 percent. The wireless telecommunications services industry has an average return over the past 12 months of 14.78 percent. Here, too, Softbank is significantly lower at 21.14 percent. This performance of the stock over the past year has resulted in a “sell” rating in this category.

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Buy, hold or sell SoftBank?

How will SoftBank develop now? Is your money safe in this stock? The answers to these questions and why you need to act now can be found in the latest analysis of SoftBank shares.


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