Caffè Serendipity Holdings (OTC: CAFS) ANALYSIS OF PERFORMANCES IN FOCUS:
Monitoring of profitability control, company profit margin recorded at 0.00% and operating margin at 0.00%.
Headquarters Location of Café Serendipity Holdings (OTC: CAFS) is United States.
The Serendipity Holdings coffee (OTC: CAFS) recorded about -25% last month and posted a return of 50% in the last quarter. The registered weekly return of -25%. The stock has been seen at -50% return in the last twelve months.
By monitoring the last 52 weeks, the high price of shares at 52 weeks was observed at $ 0.329 and the minimum at 52 weeks seen at $ 0. The 50 SMA is $ 0.030833 and the 200 SMA is $ 0.018565. Moving averages can be used as support or resistance when a trader looks for a possible entry or exit on the market. This can also be said in the following way. In the event that the price makes a contact with the moving average on the price table, the trader, examining this chart carefully, will enter a long position or a short position. In reality, this works the same way as horizontal support or resistance lines. Moving averages are known as dynamic support and resistance, simply because they tend to change with prices.
Café Serendipity Holdings (OTC: CAFS) the stock changed $ -0.009 and moved -37.5% while the share price hit $ 0.015 in the last trading session. 264,000 shares traded by hand while it is an average volume with 149135 shares. The company recorded a relative volume of 1.77. Volume indicators are widespread tools among traders because they can help confirm if other investors agree with your security perspective. Traders generally watch the volume increase as an identified trend gains momentum. The big peaks suggest that the stock has gained a lot of attention from the commercial community and that the shares are under accumulation or distribution. A sudden drop in volume may suggest that traders are losing interest and that an inversion may be coming.
The volatility or the average percentage of the real interval (ATRP 14) is 50%. The ATR expressed as a percentage of the closing price. The average of the real interval percentage (ATRP) measures volatility at a relative level. ATRP allows you to compare titles while ATR no. This means that low-priced shares will not necessarily have lower ATR values than higher-priced ones. The beta value of the shares was observed at 1.072015. Beta measures the amount of market risk associated with market trading. The high beta reveals more riskiness and the low beta shows a low risk.
Now the company has an RSI figure of 47.31. The RSI compares the entity of recent gains with recent losses to see if an asset is oversold or overbought. RSI is plotted on a scale of 0 to 100. Generally, if it is above 70, the stock is considered overbought and then you can try to sell it. Similarly, an RSI below 30 indicates that the stock is oversold and can be purchased.
ADX value listed at 55.76. The ADX indicator measures strong or weak trends. This can be a strong uptrend or a strong downward trend. It does not tell you if the trend is high or low, it only tells you how strong the current trend is! If ADX is between 0 and 25, the stock is in a trading range. It is likely that you simply cut to the side. Avoid these weak and pathetic titles! Once ADX gets over 25, you will begin to see the beginning of a trend. The big moves (up or down) tend to happen when ADX is right around this number. / P>
When the ADX indicator becomes higher than 30, you are looking at a headline that is in a strong trend! These are the stocks you want to trade! You will not see many titles with ADX above 50. Once it becomes so high, you will begin to see trends that end and trading ranges develop again.
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