- Among its peer group, it has high Volatility, low Earning Rate
- Related stocks mixed, Semicon industry -0.01%
- Target price KRW 36,500, has 34% disparate to increase compared with stock price.
- Individuals and Foreigners buy, Institutions sell
- Turnover Rate and Price Range both proper
- Institution 24.94%, Foreigners 22.8%
■ Market Review
As of Oct. 28 12:55 P.M., Silicon Works (108320) declined 2.35% to 27,050 won (US$ 23.62). It had declined 9.23% through the past month. Standard deviation, which indicates risk, records 1.6% on the same period over one month.
Compared with its close competitors within the same industry, KOSDAQ, even though the monthly volatility of Silicon Works was the lowest, the earnings rate over one month was also the lowest with a decline of stock price. Over the recent month, the return-on-risk, the return on investment with consideration about risk, was -5.7%. Though the volatility was the lowest among its peer group, the return-on-risk was the lowest as tumbling of stock price. However, the return-on-risk is much better than the industrial mean, -7.6, and thus the industrial comparison performance was good.
Comparing industry to the market, the KOSDAQ industry including Silicon Works records lower volatility and earning rate than Semicon. In other words, the industry was safer and the rate of decrease is smaller than that of the market.
Earning rate (%)
Return on Risk (1Mo)
Target price KRW 36,500, has 34% disparate to increase compared with stock price. Per analysts' expectations during the recent month, the average target price of Silicon Works is 36,500 won. The stock price is 27,050 won so there is 9,450 won (34%) disparate in order to be able to increase.
■ Earnings & Valuation
Silicon Works(108320): 2Q(Apr ~ June) of 2016 Earnings (reported at Aug. 17. 2016)
2Q of 2016
Financial structure Overview
Compared with 4 close competitors with similar market capitalization within its industry, Silicon Works's P/B ratio, a financial ratio of a company's book value, and its P/E ratio, a price-paid ratio of annual net income, are both at the lowest level.
P/E ratio and P/B ratio
■ Investor Group
Individuals and Foreigners buy, Institutions sell Foreigners bought 8,548 shares, while institutions sold 2,355 shares. As a shareholding sum by investor group for the past 4 weeks, foreigners have bought 10,800 shares and individuals have bought 83,050 shares with an increasing position. However, during the same period, institutions have sold 93,850 shares with a selling trend.
Turnover Rate and Price Range both proper Regarding the statistics for the past month on trade volume as the total outstanding shares, the daily turnover rate of Silicon Works was 0.33%. And the daily volatility, the average range of rise and fall, during the same period is 2.34%.
Institution 24.94%, Foreigners 22.8% As per the inquiry for shareholding by investor group, the major investor group is individuals with 52.24% from total outstanding shares. Institutions and foreigners each hold 24.94% and 22.8%. And as recent 5-day shareholding change by investor group, individuals is the major investor group with 44.81%. Institutions hold 32.01% and foreigners hold 23.17%.
Cumulated shareholdings per investor group (1Mo)
Total shareholdings per investor group
* Other Investor groups, included as "other corporations", are considered as "Individuals".
By HeRo (firstname.lastname@example.org)
This article is produced by the algorithm developed by the artificial intelligence developer ThinkPool in collaboration with Herald Corp