Is this stock is Attractive?: Elanor Commercial Property Fund (ASX:ECF.AX)

Elanor Commercial Property Fund (ASX:ECF.AX) disclosed a change of +0.00% and its listed share value at AUD$0.89 in the recent trade transaction. Elanor Commercial Property Fund traded 798580 shares on hands in most recent trading session and observed an average volume with 309.434k shares.

VOLATILITY ANALYSIS:

Volatility or average true range percent (ATRP 14) value stands at 4.05%. Average true range percent (ATRP) measures volatility on a relative level. This is opposed to the ATR, which measures volatility on an absolute level. ATRP allows securities to be compared whereas ATR does not. That means lower-priced stocks won’t necessarily have lower ATR values than higher-priced stocks.

TECHNICAL INTERPRETATION:

A Simple moving average is one of the most flexible as well as most-commonly used technical analysis indicators. It is highly popular among traders, mostly because of its simplicity. It works best in a trending environment. Simple Moving Average calculated as an average of the last N-periods (50-Day, 200-Day). The share price is trading 50 days moving average with AUD$1 -6.67%. The stock price is performing 200 days moving average with AUD$1 -30.73%. Any type of moving average can be used to generate buy or sell signals and this process is very simple. The charting software plots the moving average as a line directly into the price chart.

PERFORMANCE REVIEW:

Elanor Commercial Property Fund revealed weekly performance of -1.11% and shown yearly performance of -27.05%. The stock moved to -27.05% over five years and it maintained for the month at -4.30%. The stock noted performance -31.01% over the last three months. The stock’s price situated at AUD$1 +51.69% with 52 week high and stock 52 week low price seen at AUD$1 -5.62% when looking at 52 week period.

Currently Relative Strength Index (RSI-14) reading of stock is 34.8. RSI reading varies between 0 and 100. Speed and change of stock price movement is measured by the RSI momentum oscillator. J. Welles Wilder developed Relative Strength Index (RSI) that is used most commonly as momentum indicator. Commonly when RSI goes below 30 then stock is overload and stock is overbought when it goes above 70. 30 to 70 are considered a normal reading of a stock. General trend, finding deviations and failure swings can be detected by using RSI.

PROFITABILITY SNAP:

Net profit margin of the company is 0.00% that shows the company earning by every dollar of sales. Operating Margin is noted at 0.00%.