A few weeks ago, I alerted everyone on Fidelity bank, why the banking stock is still cheap at N2.38 and went on to share my technical and fundamental reasons you should quickly jump on the penny stock. In line with my forecast, the stock did rally by 17% to N2.80 before reversing the 6 days bullish run to settle at N2.46.
While I still anticipate further upswing close to my estimated fair value on the release of the bank’s full-year result, we advise that you remain cautious by considering a 25-30% exit price of N2.9-N3.
Here is Fidelity stock’s Chart:
Based on the chart above, Fidelity might be set for another rally as evident by the bullish pin bar formation at N2.34 – N2.4 support level. The bank had already surpassed its 9-months figure in its previous comparable period (2017) and is expected to release better full year’s figures.
How does this translate to a buying opportunity on FCMB stock, you may ask?
Both banks, as of this analysis, have the same trailing twelve month EPS of 77k which when discounted by a modest adjusted risk premium rate of 19%, presents a fair value of N3.8 – N4.05. FCMB stock sells for N2.27 far behind Fidelity bank’s stock (N2.46).
Interestingly, FCMB formed a golden crossover today. Find more information on how I trade the golden crossover.