Myob (MYO)

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TECHNICAL ANALYSIS SUMMARY

Myob (MYO.AX)


Indicator:

PRICE CHANGE


Last Signal:

BULLISH


Trading: BUY @ $3.4
Signal Strength: WEAK
Recommendation:

Indicator MUST BE USED in additional to another technical indicator to confirmation for trading entry. Indicator can be applied to the short term timeframe but is only able to give and indication of the strength of the buyers versus sellers at the market close. This bar analysis can provide guidance on the daily battle between sellers and buyers from the companies recent trading.


Myob (ASX:MYO) buyers are currently keener than sellers and are driving the price up. This is the first day of price rise for MYO adding strength to an uptrend change in the first timeframe. The biggest upward movement this month has been 1.2 & the greatest daily positive change this year has been 962.5. The longest consecutive upswing rally over the last 12 months has been 2 days giving a total rally upward movement of 962.5%. This quarter, the largest upswing rally has been 2 days giving a total rally upward movement of 1.5%. The win ratio for price rise in the first timeframe for the last 12 months is 0x giving a total win/loss ratio of 1.5x. Over the last month the average daily upward movement has been 0.300000%



The only price most market participants look at is the closing price in relation to the previous day’s close. As such the position of the close has the ability to highlight recent performance and indirectly the keenness of traders.

[Calculations] Close Today Versus Close Yesterday (CTCY):
1) [Close] > [Close Yesterday] = Buyers keener than sellers;
2) [Close] < [Close Yesterday] = Sellers keener than buyers;
3) [Close] = [Close Yesterday] = Neither are keener


PROFILE: Myob (MYO.AX)


Stock Exchange: ASX
Company: Myob
Ticker Codes: | MYO.AX | ASX:MYO |

About Myob (ASX:MYO):

MYOB Group Limited develops and publishes software in Australia and New Zealand. It operates through three segments: Clients and Partners, Enterprise Solutions, and Payment Solutions. The Clients and Partners segment offers accounting, payroll, tax, and other business management solutions that assist in the management of small and medium enterprise (SME) businesses; and completion of compliance, including tax and accounting through advisers. It provides its solution for SMEs and advisers, with secure bank transaction data from banks and other financial institutions, as well as accounting professionals in practice. The Enterprise Solutions segment offers business management software, such as enterprise resource planning, payroll and human capital management, and human resource management solutions for medium and large businesses. The Payment Solutions segment provides payment solutions for businesses of various sizes comprising payment gateway services, fraud management, merchant service facilities, and invoice payments. It also offers support, training, and services to SMEs and accounting professionals in practice. The company also provides practice management, job costing, inventory, and others services. It offers its support services through client service channels comprising a network of accountants, bookkeepers, and other consultants. The company was founded in 1991 and is based in Glen Waverley, Australia.

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