Even if you are a experienced or a novel trader, best trading results come from using an investing strategy that never leaves to random or subjective opinions when is the best moment to buy or sell stocks. Trading strategies are meant for helping you in the decision process of what stocks to pick and when is the best moment to buy them. At Stocks2.com, we like to use very simple but trusted and powerful trend following trading strategies. Simple things usually work the best
Currently, BroadVision stock matches one trading strategy:
BroadVision stock is in an uptrend since in mid-March that so far marked an amazing 224% gain. Price marked a pull back in this uptrend at $4.04 in late April, and since then it bounced off a 9.16%. Price just broke out above the entry point at $4.37, but it's still eligible. If price goes beyond $4.59, it would be better to wait to another pullback. If you decide to enter this trade, the suggested stop loss is at $3.93
|Buy setup||Buy point||Stop loss||Risk|
|Uptrend buy setup||$4.37||$3.93||10%|
Knowing when to sell a stock is even harder than knowing when to buy it. In the same way as when we have to buy shares, determining when is appropiate to sell is not a capricious decision, and we must follow our own trading strategy. Our trading system selects very simple strategies to guide us on when is the best time to sell our shares. Be aware that these strategies are not intended for selling short BroadVision stock
As a rule of thumb, you must never mantain a trade that results in higher than expected losses upon purchase. The moment to sell shares always has to be ruled by the stop-loss (automatic or manual)
Currently, BroadVision stock doesn't match any of our preferred sell setups, so if you hold BroadVision shares and your operation is in profit probably is not time to sell now
Brokerage firms and financial institutions post stock ratings based on their views of the market and the fundamental and technical situation of the analyzed stock. Unfortunately, the accuracy of these predictions is not very high, and certainly not a direct buy or sell signal
In the previous month we couldn't find any rating for BroadVision
Since in mid-March, BroadVision has been drawing an uptrend that so far marked a gorgeous 224.26%. Rising highs and lows can be seen easily on a chart and how price gave very few entry points on the breakouts. Latest low was in late April, when price bounced at $4.04. In mid-May, BroadVision broke out above its last top ($4.37) giving a good buy point
Moving averages are simple indicators for investors to gauge market direction. A moving average is calculated as the simple mean of the previous N periods (usually sessions). Usual time periods used for moving averages are 21 days, 50 days, 100 days and 200 days
Traders use supports and resistances as a way to find price points on a chart that may behave as glass ceiling, preventing the price of shares to move in certain direction. A support level is a level where the price tends to stop as it falls. This means that the price is more likely to "rebound" this level rather than break through it. Nevertheless, if the price breaks down the support, it will probably continue falling until finding another support level. In contrast, resistance levels are where the price may find opposition as it rises. In the same way, this means that the price is more likely to "bounce off" at this level, and if it finally breaches this level, it will rally easily until it meets the next resistance
The current resistances are:
The current supports are:
This is an indicator that was created in the 1980s by John Bollinger. It consists of 3 bands that are plotted superimposed on the price evolution chart:
Since the price surpassed the upper band in mid-May, the price has been corrected downwards by 0.45%. The price is moving very close to the upper Bollinger band, indicating some level of overbought in recent sessions. This is not a sell point, as price can trade in these levels for many days and weeks
The RSI (Relative Strength Index) is an oscillator-type indicator that measures price action to detect when the share or financial asset is oversold or overbought. Oscillator indicators, such as relative strength, are intended to indicate values in the range of 0-100. J. Welles Wilder introduced the relative strength indicator in 1978 and since then it has been widely used by traders
The RSI dropped below the overbought level of 70 in late March after just crossing to the overbough zone for 1 day (weak signal). The RSI reading in mid-May was 65.89
BroadVision will host the earnings call on Wednesday next week. Wall Street analysts estimate a per-share earnings of %s of $0.00, that is a 0% than previous quarter. Earnings reporting day has an additional risk for investors as the data published can jump up or down the stock price with lower liquidity and not honouring your buy or stop-loss orders.
BroadVision Inc. (BVSN) released first-quarter earnings of $0.00 per share, meeting the analysts consensus estimate of $0.00 per share. Reported sales were $0.00, in line with the market estimates as well.
In comparison, the EPS for the same quarter last year was $0.12, so reported EPS is a decrease of -100%. Turnover tanked a -26.56% on an annualized basis in the first-quarter, from $9,640,000 to $7,080,000 last quarter.