[THE INVESTOR] On Sept. 19 KISCO (104700) declined 6.32% to 43,000 won (US$38.43). It had increased 1.54% through the past month. Standard deviation, which indicates risk, records 2.5% over the same period over one month.
Compared with its close competitors within the same industry, KOSPI, the monthly earnings rate of KISCO was the highest, while its volatility within one month was at a proper rate. Over the recent month, the return-on-risk, the return on investment with consideration about risk, was 0.6. Even though the volatility was not so low, the high return lead the return-on-risk to a high level. Moreover, compared with the KOSPI industry, the return-on-risk is much better than the industrial mean, -3.0, and thus the industrial comparison performance was good.
As of Sept. 13, Institutions have been buying for the past two trading days and foreigners have been buying for the past six trading days. As a shareholding sum by investor group for the past four weeks, foreigners have bought 119,831 shares with a maintenance of shareholding. However, during the same period, institutions have sold 14,846 shares with a selling trend and individuals have sold 104,985 shares with a decreasing position.
|Cumulated shareholdings per investor group (1Mo)||Total shareholdings per investor group|
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