Uts Marketing: Everyone is talking about that! ()

The Uts Marketing course will be determined on October 29, 2020, 7:34 p.m. on the Hong Kong Home Exchange at 0.95 HKD. The paper belongs to the “office services” segment.

In order to evaluate this course, we subjected Uts Marketing to a multi-stage analysis process. This results in assessments as to whether Uts Marketing can be classified as “Buy”, “Hold” or “Sell”. A final consolidation of these assessments results in the overall assessment.

1. Investor: Uts Marketing was rated as neutral in the past two weeks by mostly private users on social media. Our editors come to this conclusion when evaluating the various comments and requests to speak that have dealt with this value in the past two weeks. In the past few days, mostly neutral topics relating to value have been addressed. In summary, we believe that investor sentiment at this level therefore allows for a “hold” rating. Therefore, measuring investor sentiment produces an overall “hold” rating.

2. Dividend: The dividend yield is 4.74 percent based on the current price level and is thus 2.38 percent above the industry average (industry: commercial services & supplies, 2.36). The Uts Marketing share therefore receives a “Buy” rating from the editors for this dividend policy. With the dividend yield, the dividend is related to the current share price.

3. Sector comparison share price: Compared to the average annual performance of shares from the same sector (“industry”), Uts Marketing is more than 17 percent lower with a return of -23.32 percent. The “Commercial Services & Supplies” industry has an average return of -14.21 percent over the past 12 months. Here, too, Uts Marketing is significantly lower at 9.12 percent. This development of the stock over the past year has resulted in a “sell” rating in this category.

Should Investors Sell Right Now? Or is it worth joining Uts Marketing?

How will Uts Marketing develop after the Corona crisis? Is your money safe in this stock? You will find the answers to these questions and why you need to act now in the latest analysis on Uts Marketing Stock.

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