Birmingham Sports: what do you say about it? ()

As of June 9th, 2021, 4:46 p.m., HKD 0.18 was booked for the Birmingham Sports share on the Hong Kong stock exchange. Birmingham Sports is part of the Telecommunications Services segment.

We rated Birmingham Sports in an in-house analysis according to the 5 most important factors on the basis of the latest data. This results in a rating as “Buy”, “Hold” or “Sell”. These 5 different individual factors then lead to a consolidated overall assessment of the outlook for the share.

1. Relative Strength Index: The Relative Strength Index, abbreviated as RSI, indexes the movements of stock prices within 7 days by relating the upward movements to the number of movements. The standard range is from 0 to 100, the RSI of Birmingham Sports is 76.67, which means that the situation is viewed as overbought. This results in a rating as “Sell”. The RSI25 extends the calculation period to 25 days. The RSI for Birmingham Sports is hovering at 66.9. This is an indicator of a neither overbought nor overbought situation to which a “hold” is assigned. Overall, we therefore give this category the rating “Sell”.

2. Investors: In addition to hard factors such as balance sheet data, share prices can also be assessed using soft factors such as mood. Our analysts looked at Birmingham Sports on social platforms and measured that the comments or findings were neutral. In addition, the users of social media around Birmingham Sports have mainly taken up neutral topics in the past few days. This means that the share is given the “Hold” rating for this analysis. This brings the editors to the conclusion that Birmingham Sports must be classified as a “hold” in terms of mood.

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3. Technical analysis: The current price of Birmingham Sports of 0.18 HKD is 0 percent away from GD200 (0.18 HKD) from the point of view of the technical evaluation of the chart as a “hold” signal. In contrast, the GD50, which quantifies the average price development over 50 days, has a price of HKD 0.2. For the share price, this means that there is a “sell” signal, as the gap is -10 percent. The bottom line is that the price of the Birmingham Sports share is rated as a “hold” if the average of 50 and 200 days is used as the basis.

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How will Birmingham Sports continue to develop after the Corona crisis? 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 the Birmingham Sports stock.

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