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Energy Transition Minerals
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What can you expect buying and holding a share of Energy Transition Minerals? (30 sec.)

How much money do you get?

How much money do you get?
A$0.00
When do you have the money?
1 year
How often do you get paid?
0.0%

What is your share worth?

Current worth
A$0.02
Expected worth in 1 year
A$0.01
How sure are you?
71.4%

+ What do you gain per year?

Total Gains per Share
A$-0.01
Return On Investment
-39.4%

For what price can you sell your share?

Current Price per Share
A$0.03
Expected price per share
A$0.033 - A$0.044
How sure are you?
50%
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1. Valuation of Energy Transition Minerals (5 min.)




Live pricePrice per Share (EOD)

A$0.03

Intrinsic Value Per Share

A$0.01 - A$0.02

Total Value Per Share

A$0.02 - A$0.03

2. Growth of Energy Transition Minerals (5 min.)




Is Energy Transition Minerals growing?

Current yearPrevious yearGrowGrow %
How rich?$16.6m$19.6m-$2.9m-18.0%

How much money is Energy Transition Minerals making?

Current yearPrevious yearGrowGrow %
Making money-$4m-$61.1m$57.1m1,421.1%
Net Profit Margin-2,410.6%-57,848.4%--

How much money comes from the company's main activities?

3. Financial Health of Energy Transition Minerals (5 min.)




4. Comparing to competitors in the Other Industrial Metals & Mining industry (5 min.)




  Industry Rankings (Other Industrial Metals & Mining)  

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What can you expect buying and holding a share of Energy Transition Minerals? (5 min.)

Welcome investor! Energy Transition Minerals's management wants to use your money to grow the business. In return you get a share of Energy Transition Minerals.

What can you expect buying and holding a share of Energy Transition Minerals?

First you should know what it really means to hold a share of Energy Transition Minerals. And how you can make/lose money.

Speculation

The Price per Share of Energy Transition Minerals is A$0.033. The market price reflects what other people think it is worth; not what it's really worth. Your job is to find out if the market price is fair, overpriced, or underpriced. I will help you with that.

If you buy blind, there is a 50% chance of making or losing money by selling the stock in the future. However, we can look at a few things to determine the odds in our favor:

  • The fundamentals: the financial health trends of Energy Transition Minerals.
  • The technials: based on market psychology, we can make a calculated estimate of what the price will do in the future. We can do this through technical analysis. We can calculate the probabilities and the expected value (millionaire math). That's called speculation.
  • The book value: what is the market price compared to it's book value.

Investing

If you really want to invest in Energy Transition Minerals, you will have to let go of the thought of selling in the future. If you have to sell the share for less than you bought it, it can still be a good investment. Focus on what it means to hold the stock forever:

  • You own a part of the company. The equity of this part can grow or shrink. The current Book Value per Share is A$0.02. Based on the TTM, the Book Value Change Per Share is A$0.00 per quarter. Based on the YOY, the Book Value Change Per Share is A$-0.07 per quarter.
  • You may receive quarterly/yearly dividend in the form of additional shares.
  • You may receive quarterly/yearly dividend in the form of cash. Based on the TTM the Dividend per Share is A$0.00 per quarter.
Based on historical numbers we can estimate the returns while holding a share of Energy Transition Minerals.

How much money are you going to get?

 MRQTTMYOY5Y10Y
 A$% of Price per ShareA$% of Price per ShareA$% of Price per ShareA$% of Price per ShareA$% of Price per Share
Usd Eps0.00-8.7%0.00-8.7%-0.04-132.3%-0.01-30.7%-0.01-22.9%
Usd Book Value Change Per Share0.00-6.5%0.00-6.5%-0.04-134.8%-0.01-17.9%0.005.1%
Usd Dividend Per Share0.000.0%0.000.0%0.000.0%0.000.0%0.000.0%
Usd Total Gains Per Share0.00-6.5%0.00-6.5%-0.04-134.8%-0.01-17.9%0.005.1%
Usd Price Per Share0.04-0.04-0.05-0.08-0.07-
Price to Earnings Ratio-14.18--14.18--1.25--46.90--47.65-
Price-to-Total Gains Ratio-19.07--19.07--1.22-17.29-14.59-
Price to Book Ratio3.43-3.43-3.89-2.66-2.29-
Price-to-Total Gains Ratio-19.07--19.07--1.22-17.29-14.59-

When do you get the money?

Usd Investment
$.00
Usd Price Per Share0.0216579
Number of shares46172
Gains per QuarterTrailing 12 Months5 Year
Usd Dividend Per Share0.000.00
Usd Book Value Change Per Share0.00-0.01
Usd Total Gains Per Share0.00-0.01
Gains per Quarter (46172 shares)-98.52-272.24
Gains per Year (46172 shares)-394.09-1,088.96
YearsReturn on Investment (TTM)Return on Investment (5Y)
 DividendBook Value gainTotal gainsDividendBook Value gainTotal gains
Broker costs---10---10
10-394-4040-1089-1099
20-788-7980-2178-2188
30-1182-11920-3267-3277
40-1576-15860-4356-4366
50-1970-19800-5445-5455
60-2365-23740-6534-6544
70-2759-27680-7623-7633
80-3153-31620-8712-8722
90-3547-35560-9801-9811
100-3941-39500-10890-10900

How sure are you?

Based on the past periods, how sure are you to get value out of your investment.

Linear %
 Trailing 12 Months3Y5 Year10 YearALLTIME
  % % % % %
Earnings Per Share0.01.00.00.0%0.03.00.00.0%0.05.00.00.0%0.07.00.00.0%0.07.00.00.0%
Book Value Change Per Share0.01.00.00.0%1.02.00.033.3%3.02.00.060.0%5.02.00.071.4%5.02.00.071.4%
Dividend per Share0.00.01.00.0%0.00.03.00.0%0.00.05.00.0%0.00.07.00.0%0.00.07.00.0%
Total Gains per Share0.01.00.00.0%1.02.00.033.3%3.02.00.060.0%5.02.00.071.4%5.02.00.071.4%
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Fundamentals of Energy Transition Minerals

About Energy Transition Minerals

Energy Transition Minerals Ltd engages in the mineral exploration and evaluation activities in Australia. The company primarily explores for rare earth elements and lithium. Its flagship project is the 100% owned Kvanefjeld project located in southern Greenland. The company was formerly known as Greenland Minerals Limited and changed its name to Energy Transition Minerals Ltd in November 2022. Energy Transition Minerals Ltd was incorporated in 2006 and is headquartered in Subiaco, Australia.

Fundamental data was last updated by Penke on 2024-02-13 02:41:03.

Financial Health

Profitability Details
 Compared to previous yearCompared to industry
The company is making a huge loss.
Using its assets, the company is very inefficient in making profit.
Using its investors money, the company is very inefficient in making profit.
Operating Efficiency Details
 Compared to previous yearCompared to industry
The company is operating very inefficient.
The company is inefficient in keeping operating costs low.
Liquidity Details
 Compared to previous yearCompared to industry
The company is very able to pay all its short-term debts.
The company is very able to pay all its short-term debts with the most liquid assets.
Solvency Details
 Compared to previous yearCompared to industry
The company is very able to pay all its debts by selling its assets.
The company is very able to pay all its debts with equity.

Valuation

Valuation Details
 Compared to previous yearCompared to industry
Based on the equity, the company is fair priced.
Based on the earnings, the company is expensive.
Based on how much money comes from the company's main activities, the company is expensive.
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1.1. Profitability of Energy Transition Minerals.

1.1. Profitability
1.1.1. Net Profit Margin

Measures how much net profit Energy Transition Minerals earns for each $1 of revenue.

  • Above 10% is considered healthy but always compare Energy Transition Minerals to the Other Industrial Metals & Mining industry mean.
  • A Net Profit Margin of -2,410.6% means that $-24.11 for each $1 in revenue is generated as profit.

Let's take a look of the Net Profit Margin trends of Energy Transition Minerals:

  • The MRQ is -2,410.6%. The company is making a huge loss. -2
  • The TTM is -2,410.6%. The company is making a huge loss. -2
Trends
Current periodCompared to+/- 
MRQ-2,410.6%TTM-2,410.6%0.0%
TTM-2,410.6%YOY-57,848.4%+55,437.8%
TTM-2,410.6%5Y-14,868.7%+12,458.0%
5Y-14,868.7%10Y-11,274.5%-3,594.2%
Compared to industry (Other Industrial Metals & Mining)
PeriodCompanyIndustry (mean)+/- 
MRQ-2,410.6%-49.2%-2,361.4%
TTM-2,410.6%-48.3%-2,362.3%
YOY-57,848.4%-48.4%-57,800.0%
5Y-14,868.7%-262.4%-14,606.3%
10Y-11,274.5%-714.9%-10,559.6%
1.1.2. Return on Assets

Shows how efficient Energy Transition Minerals is using its assets to generate profit.

  • Above 5% is considered healthy but always compare Energy Transition Minerals to the Other Industrial Metals & Mining industry mean.
  • -20.9% Return on Assets means that Energy Transition Minerals generated $-0.21 profit for each $1 in assets.

Let's take a look of the Return on Assets trends of Energy Transition Minerals:

  • The MRQ is -20.9%. Using its assets, the company is very inefficient in making profit. -2
  • The TTM is -20.9%. Using its assets, the company is very inefficient in making profit. -2
Trends
Current periodCompared to+/- 
MRQ-20.9%TTM-20.9%0.0%
TTM-20.9%YOY-293.1%+272.2%
TTM-20.9%5Y-64.5%+43.6%
5Y-64.5%10Y-46.8%-17.6%
Compared to industry (Other Industrial Metals & Mining)
PeriodCompanyIndustry (mean)+/- 
MRQ-20.9%-7.3%-13.6%
TTM-20.9%-7.6%-13.3%
YOY-293.1%-6.5%-286.6%
5Y-64.5%-10.2%-54.3%
10Y-46.8%-14.0%-32.8%
1.1.3. Return on Equity

Shows how efficient Energy Transition Minerals is using its investors money to generate profit.

  • Above 15%-20% is considered healthy but always compare Energy Transition Minerals to the Other Industrial Metals & Mining industry mean.
  • -24.2% Return on Equity means Energy Transition Minerals generated $-0.24 for each $1 the owners (shareholders) invested.

Let's take a look of the Return on Equity trends of Energy Transition Minerals:

  • The MRQ is -24.2%. Using its investors money, the company is very inefficient in making profit. -2
  • The TTM is -24.2%. Using its investors money, the company is very inefficient in making profit. -2
Trends
Current periodCompared to+/- 
MRQ-24.2%TTM-24.2%0.0%
TTM-24.2%YOY-311.7%+287.5%
TTM-24.2%5Y-68.9%+44.7%
5Y-68.9%10Y-50.0%-18.9%
Compared to industry (Other Industrial Metals & Mining)
PeriodCompanyIndustry (mean)+/- 
MRQ-24.2%-7.6%-16.6%
TTM-24.2%-8.2%-16.0%
YOY-311.7%-6.8%-304.9%
5Y-68.9%-10.8%-58.1%
10Y-50.0%-15.0%-35.0%
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1.2. Operating Efficiency of Energy Transition Minerals.

1.2. Operating Efficiency
1.2.1. Operating Margin

Measures how efficient Energy Transition Minerals is operating .

  • Measures how much profit Energy Transition Minerals makes for each $1 of sales after paying variable costs (production costs, wages, etc) but before taxes.
  • Above 15% is considered healthy but always compare Energy Transition Minerals to the Other Industrial Metals & Mining industry mean.
  • An Operating Margin of -2,398.0% means the company generated $-23.98  for each $1 in revenue (before taxes).

Let's take a look of the Operating Margin trends of Energy Transition Minerals:

  • The MRQ is -2,398.0%. The company is operating very inefficient. -2
  • The TTM is -2,398.0%. The company is operating very inefficient. -2
Trends
Current periodCompared to+/- 
MRQ-2,398.0%TTM-2,398.0%0.0%
TTM-2,398.0%YOY-57,831.1%+55,433.0%
TTM-2,398.0%5Y-14,416.5%+12,018.4%
5Y-14,416.5%10Y-10,297.5%-4,119.0%
Compared to industry (Other Industrial Metals & Mining)
PeriodCompanyIndustry (mean)+/- 
MRQ-2,398.0%-322.0%-2,076.0%
TTM-2,398.0%-52.9%-2,345.1%
YOY-57,831.1%-53.0%-57,778.1%
5Y-14,416.5%-262.2%-14,154.3%
10Y-10,297.5%-621.0%-9,676.5%
1.2.2. Operating Ratio

Measures how efficient Energy Transition Minerals is keeping operating costs low.

  • Below 1 is considered healthy (always compare to Other Industrial Metals & Mining industry mean).
  • An Operation Ratio of 25.89 means that the operating costs are $25.89 for each $1 in net sales.

Let's take a look of the Operating Ratio trends of Energy Transition Minerals:

  • The MRQ is 25.886. The company is inefficient in keeping operating costs low. -1
  • The TTM is 25.886. The company is inefficient in keeping operating costs low. -1
Trends
Current periodCompared to+/- 
MRQ25.886TTM25.8860.000
TTM25.886YOY579.311-553.425
TTM25.8865Y145.717-119.831
5Y145.71710Y104.083+41.633
Compared to industry (Other Industrial Metals & Mining)
PeriodCompanyIndustry (mean)+/- 
MRQ25.8861.960+23.926
TTM25.8861.921+23.965
YOY579.3112.249+577.062
5Y145.7174.385+141.332
10Y104.0837.932+96.151
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1.3. Liquidity of Energy Transition Minerals.

1.3. Liquidity
1.3.1. Current Ratio

Measures if Energy Transition Minerals is able to pay off Short-term Debt.

  • Above 1.5 is considered healthy (always compare to Other Industrial Metals & Mining industry mean).
  • A Current Ratio of 8.41 means the company has $8.41 in assets for each $1 in short-term debts.

Let's take a look of the Current Ratio trends of Energy Transition Minerals:

  • The MRQ is 8.414. The company is very able to pay all its short-term debts. +2
  • The TTM is 8.414. The company is very able to pay all its short-term debts. +2
Trends
Current periodCompared to+/- 
MRQ8.414TTM8.4140.000
TTM8.414YOY23.908-15.494
TTM8.4145Y12.420-4.007
5Y12.42010Y11.031+1.390
Compared to industry (Other Industrial Metals & Mining)
PeriodCompanyIndustry (mean)+/- 
MRQ8.4142.399+6.015
TTM8.4142.625+5.789
YOY23.9083.519+20.389
5Y12.4204.133+8.287
10Y11.0314.665+6.366
1.3.2. Quick Ratio

Measures if Energy Transition Minerals is able to pay off Short-term Debt but only using the most liquid assets.

  • Above 1 is considered healthy but always compare Energy Transition Minerals to the Other Industrial Metals & Mining industry mean.
  • A Quick Ratio of 7.79 means the company can pay off $7.79 for each $1 in debt (using most liquid assets).

Let's take a look of the Quick Ratio trends of Energy Transition Minerals:

  • The MRQ is 7.791. The company is very able to pay all its short-term debts with the most liquid assets. +2
  • The TTM is 7.791. The company is very able to pay all its short-term debts with the most liquid assets. +2
Trends
Current periodCompared to+/- 
MRQ7.791TTM7.7910.000
TTM7.791YOY23.858-16.067
TTM7.7915Y12.250-4.459
5Y12.25010Y10.800+1.450
Compared to industry (Other Industrial Metals & Mining)
PeriodCompanyIndustry (mean)+/- 
MRQ7.7910.902+6.889
TTM7.7910.838+6.953
YOY23.8581.011+22.847
5Y12.2501.299+10.951
10Y10.8001.442+9.358
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1.4. Solvency of Energy Transition Minerals.

1.3. Liquidity
1.4.1. Debt to Asset Ratio

Measures how much % of Energy Transition Minerals assets are financed with debt.

  • Below 1 (100%) is considered healthy but always compare Energy Transition Minerals to Other Industrial Metals & Mining industry mean.
  • A Debt to Asset Ratio of 0.14 means that Energy Transition Minerals assets are financed with 13.6% credit (debt) and the remaining percentage (100% - 13.6%) is financed by its owners/shareholders. 

Let's take a look of the Debt to Asset Ratio trends of Energy Transition Minerals:

  • The MRQ is 0.136. The company is very able to pay all its debts by selling its assets. +2
  • The TTM is 0.136. The company is very able to pay all its debts by selling its assets. +2
Trends
Current periodCompared to+/- 
MRQ0.136TTM0.1360.000
TTM0.136YOY0.060+0.076
TTM0.1365Y0.050+0.086
5Y0.05010Y0.040+0.010
Compared to industry (Other Industrial Metals & Mining)
PeriodCompanyIndustry (mean)+/- 
MRQ0.1360.180-0.044
TTM0.1360.185-0.049
YOY0.0600.151-0.091
5Y0.0500.208-0.158
10Y0.0400.245-0.205
1.4.2. Debt to Equity Ratio

Measures if Energy Transition Minerals is able to pay off its debts by using shareholders equity.

  • Below 2 is considered healthy but always compare Energy Transition Minerals to the Other Industrial Metals & Mining industry mean.
  • A Debt to Equity ratio of 15.7% means that company has $0.16 debt for each $1 in shareholders equity.

Let's take a look of the Debt to Equity Ratio trends of Energy Transition Minerals:

  • The MRQ is 0.157. The company is very able to pay all its debts with equity. +2
  • The TTM is 0.157. The company is very able to pay all its debts with equity. +2
Trends
Current periodCompared to+/- 
MRQ0.157TTM0.1570.000
TTM0.157YOY0.064+0.094
TTM0.1575Y0.055+0.102
5Y0.05510Y0.044+0.011
Compared to industry (Other Industrial Metals & Mining)
PeriodCompanyIndustry (mean)+/- 
MRQ0.1570.174-0.017
TTM0.1570.190-0.033
YOY0.0640.155-0.091
5Y0.0550.225-0.170
10Y0.0440.245-0.201
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2. Market Valuation of Energy Transition Minerals

2.1. Earnings Per Share
2.1. Price to Earnings Ratio

Measures how much money you pay for each share for every $1 in earnings Energy Transition Minerals generates.

  • Above 15 is considered overpriced but always compare Energy Transition Minerals to the Other Industrial Metals & Mining industry mean.
  • A PE ratio of -14.18 means the investor is paying $-14.18 for every $1 in earnings.

Let's take a look of the Price to Earnings Ratio trends of Energy Transition Minerals:

  • The EOD is -7.546. Based on the earnings, the company is expensive. -2
  • The MRQ is -14.177. Based on the earnings, the company is expensive. -2
  • The TTM is -14.177. Based on the earnings, the company is expensive. -2
Trends
Current periodCompared to+/- 
EOD-7.546MRQ-14.177+6.631
MRQ-14.177TTM-14.1770.000
TTM-14.177YOY-1.248-12.929
TTM-14.1775Y-46.905+32.728
5Y-46.90510Y-47.649+0.744
Compared to industry (Other Industrial Metals & Mining)
PeriodCompanyIndustry (mean)+/- 
EOD-7.546-3.743-3.803
MRQ-14.177-5.346-8.831
TTM-14.177-5.799-8.378
YOY-1.248-8.550+7.302
5Y-46.905-10.470-36.435
10Y-47.649-11.421-36.228
2.2. Price To Free Cash Flow Ratio

Let's take a look of the Price To Free Cash Flow Ratio trends of Energy Transition Minerals:

  • The EOD is -268.616. Based on how much money comes from the company's main activities, the company is expensive. -2
  • The MRQ is -504.673. Based on how much money comes from the company's main activities, the company is expensive. -2
  • The TTM is -504.673. Based on how much money comes from the company's main activities, the company is expensive. -2
Trends
Current periodCompared to+/- 
EOD-268.616MRQ-504.673+236.057
MRQ-504.673TTM-504.6730.000
TTM-504.673YOY-37.353-467.320
TTM-504.6735Y-155.363-349.310
5Y-155.36310Y-118.717-36.646
Compared to industry (Other Industrial Metals & Mining)
PeriodCompanyIndustry (mean)+/- 
EOD-268.616-4.277-264.339
MRQ-504.673-5.877-498.796
TTM-504.673-6.772-497.901
YOY-37.353-9.002-28.351
5Y-155.363-13.204-142.159
10Y-118.717-14.428-104.289
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2. Book Value per Share
2.3. Price to Book Ratio

Measures if the stock price of Energy Transition Minerals is to cheap or to expensive compared to its book value.

  • At or below 1 is considered healthy (always compare to Other Industrial Metals & Mining industry mean).
  • A PB ratio of 3.43 means the investor is paying $3.43 for each $1 in book value.

Let's take a look of the Price to Book Ratio trends of Energy Transition Minerals:

  • The EOD is 1.824. Based on the equity, the company is underpriced. +1
  • The MRQ is 3.427. Based on the equity, the company is fair priced.
  • The TTM is 3.427. Based on the equity, the company is fair priced.
Trends
Current periodCompared to+/- 
EOD1.824MRQ3.427-1.603
MRQ3.427TTM3.4270.000
TTM3.427YOY3.889-0.462
TTM3.4275Y2.657+0.770
5Y2.65710Y2.293+0.364
Compared to industry (Other Industrial Metals & Mining)
PeriodCompanyIndustry (mean)+/- 
EOD1.8241.126+0.698
MRQ3.4271.559+1.868
TTM3.4271.598+1.829
YOY3.8892.281+1.608
5Y2.6572.401+0.256
10Y2.2932.922-0.629
2. Total Gains per Share
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3. Summary

3.1. Key Performance Indicators

The key performance indicators of Energy Transition Minerals compared to the Most Recent Quarter (MRQ).

 End of day+/-Most Recent QuarterTrailing 12 Months+/-Year-Over-Year+/-5 Year+/-10 Year+/-
Book Value Change Per Share---0.003-0.0030%-0.068+1985%-0.009+176%0.003-226%
Book Value Per Share--0.0180.0180%0.021-15%0.052-65%0.054-67%
Current Ratio--8.4148.4140%23.908-65%12.420-32%11.031-24%
Debt To Asset Ratio--0.1360.1360%0.060+127%0.050+172%0.040+239%
Debt To Equity Ratio--0.1570.1570%0.064+147%0.055+185%0.044+258%
Dividend Per Share----0%-0%-0%-0%
Eps---0.004-0.0040%-0.067+1421%-0.015+253%-0.011+163%
Free Cash Flow Per Share--0.0000.0000%-0.002+1709%-0.002+1599%-0.002+1823%
Free Cash Flow To Equity Per Share--0.0000.0000%-0.002+680%0.004-107%0.003-108%
Gross Profit Margin--1.0001.0000%1.0000%1.0000%1.0000%
Intrinsic Value_10Y_max--0.015--------
Intrinsic Value_10Y_min--0.005--------
Intrinsic Value_1Y_max---0.001--------
Intrinsic Value_1Y_min---0.001--------
Intrinsic Value_3Y_max---0.001--------
Intrinsic Value_3Y_min---0.003--------
Intrinsic Value_5Y_max--0.002--------
Intrinsic Value_5Y_min---0.002--------
Market Cap46201981.056-88%86803721.98486803721.9840%116204982.656-25%170807323.904-49%155206654.976-44%
Net Profit Margin---24.106-24.1060%-578.484+2300%-148.687+517%-112.745+368%
Operating Margin---23.980-23.9800%-578.311+2312%-144.165+501%-102.975+329%
Operating Ratio--25.88625.8860%579.311-96%145.717-82%104.083-75%
Pb Ratio1.824-88%3.4273.4270%3.889-12%2.657+29%2.293+49%
Pe Ratio-7.546+47%-14.177-14.1770%-1.248-91%-46.905+231%-47.649+236%
Price Per Share0.033-88%0.0620.0620%0.083-25%0.122-49%0.111-44%
Price To Free Cash Flow Ratio-268.616+47%-504.673-504.6730%-37.353-93%-155.363-69%-118.717-76%
Price To Total Gains Ratio-10.150+47%-19.069-19.0690%-1.225-94%17.289-210%14.592-231%
Quick Ratio--7.7917.7910%23.858-67%12.250-36%10.800-28%
Return On Assets---0.209-0.2090%-2.931+1303%-0.645+209%-0.468+124%
Return On Equity---0.242-0.2420%-3.117+1189%-0.689+185%-0.500+107%
Total Gains Per Share---0.003-0.0030%-0.068+1985%-0.009+176%0.003-226%
Usd Book Value--16623422.70016623422.7000%19610900.300-15%48072662.400-65%50000215.500-67%
Usd Book Value Change Per Share---0.002-0.0020%-0.044+1985%-0.006+176%0.002-226%
Usd Book Value Per Share--0.0120.0120%0.014-15%0.034-65%0.036-67%
Usd Dividend Per Share----0%-0%-0%-0%
Usd Eps---0.003-0.0030%-0.044+1421%-0.010+253%-0.008+163%
Usd Free Cash Flow---112883.600-112883.6000%-2041749.300+1709%-1917577.340+1599%-2170665.371+1823%
Usd Free Cash Flow Per Share--0.0000.0000%-0.001+1709%-0.001+1599%-0.002+1823%
Usd Free Cash Flow To Equity Per Share--0.0000.0000%-0.001+680%0.002-107%0.002-108%
Usd Market Cap30322360.167-88%56969282.73856969282.7380%76265330.117-25%112100846.678-49%101862127.661-44%
Usd Price Per Share0.022-88%0.0410.0410%0.054-25%0.080-49%0.073-44%
Usd Profit---4018524.900-4018524.9000%-61125156.800+1421%-14178048.900+253%-10564273.586+163%
Usd Revenue--166700.200166700.2000%105664.300+58%85712.780+94%80912.414+106%
Usd Total Gains Per Share---0.002-0.0020%-0.044+1985%-0.006+176%0.002-226%
 EOD+3 -5MRQTTM+0 -0YOY+22 -115Y+18 -1510Y+14 -19

3.2. Fundamental Score

Let's check the fundamental score of Energy Transition Minerals based on Penke's default stock scanner.

Penke's Stock Scanner

  
  
IndicatorConditionValue
Price to Earnings Ratio (EOD)Between0-15-7.546
Price to Book Ratio (EOD)Between0-11.824
Net Profit Margin (MRQ)Greater than0-24.106
Operating Margin (MRQ)Greater than0-23.980
Quick Ratio (MRQ)Greater than17.791
Current Ratio (MRQ)Greater than18.414
Debt to Asset Ratio (MRQ)Less than10.136
Debt to Equity Ratio (MRQ)Less than10.157
Return on Equity (MRQ)Greater than0.15-0.242
Return on Assets (MRQ)Greater than0.05-0.209
Total4/10 (40.0%)

3.3. Technical Score

Let's check the technical score of Energy Transition Minerals based on Penke's default Symbol scanner.

Penke's Symbol Scanner

  
  
IndicatorConditionValue
RsiGreater than5040.011
Ma 20Greater thanMa 500.035
Ma 50Greater thanMa 1000.038
Ma 100Greater thanMa 2000.038
OpenGreater thanClose0.033
Total1/5 (20.0%)



Latest Balance Sheet

Balance Sheet of 2022-12-31. Currency in AUD. All numbers in thousands.

Summary
Total Assets29,312
Total Liabilities3,983
Total Stockholder Equity25,329
 As reported
Total Liabilities 3,983
Total Stockholder Equity+ 25,329
Total Assets = 29,312

Assets

Total Assets29,312
Total Current Assets27,513
Long-term Assets1,799
Total Current Assets
Cash And Cash Equivalents 24,951
Short-term Investments 64
Net Receivables 460
Other Current Assets 2,013
Total Current Assets  (as reported)27,513
Total Current Assets  (calculated)27,488
+/- 25
Long-term Assets
Property Plant Equipment 1,798
Long-term Assets Other 1
Long-term Assets  (as reported)1,799
Long-term Assets  (calculated)1,799
+/-0

Liabilities & Shareholders' Equity

Total Current Liabilities3,270
Long-term Liabilities713
Total Stockholder Equity25,329
Total Current Liabilities
Short-term Debt 377
Accounts payable 294
Other Current Liabilities 2,599
Total Current Liabilities  (as reported)3,270
Total Current Liabilities  (calculated)3,270
+/-0
Long-term Liabilities
Long term Debt Total 706
Long-term Liabilities  (as reported)713
Long-term Liabilities  (calculated)706
+/- 7
Total Stockholder Equity
Common Stock406,260
Retained Earnings -348,100
Accumulated Other Comprehensive Income -32,831
Total Stockholder Equity (as reported)25,329
Total Stockholder Equity (calculated)25,329
+/-0
Other
Cash and Short Term Investments 24,951
Common Stock Shares Outstanding 1,347,465
Liabilities and Stockholders Equity 29,312
Net Debt -23,868
Net Working Capital 24,243
Short Long Term Debt Total 1,083



Balance Sheet

Currency in AUD. All numbers in thousands.

 Trend2022-12-312021-12-312020-12-312019-12-312018-12-312017-12-312016-12-31
> Total Assets 
80,050
89,605
92,974
96,592
127,268
31,780
29,312
29,31231,780127,26896,59292,97489,60580,050
   > Total Current Assets 
7,080
10,939
6,819
9,399
36,716
30,411
27,513
27,51330,41136,7169,3996,81910,9397,080
       Cash And Cash Equivalents 
6,378
10,733
6,702
8,599
36,438
30,309
24,951
24,95130,30936,4388,5996,70210,7336,378
       Short-term Investments 
0
2
2
9
10
9
64
649109220
       Net Receivables 
31
7
18
714
185
29
460
4602918571418731
       Other Current Assets 
671
0
0
9
10
9
2,013
2,013910900671
   > Long-term Assets 
0
0
0
87,193
90,552
1,369
1,799
1,7991,36990,55287,193000
       Property Plant Equipment 
72,929
78,666
86,155
87,193
90,552
1,369
1,798
1,7981,36990,55287,19386,15578,66672,929
       Long-term Assets Other 
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1000000
> Total Liabilities 
1,215
1,385
1,206
2,102
2,496
1,899
3,983
3,9831,8992,4962,1021,2061,3851,215
   > Total Current Liabilities 
1,108
1,254
1,046
1,520
2,150
1,272
3,270
3,2701,2722,1501,5201,0461,2541,108
       Short-term Debt 
0
0
0
138
188
148
377
377148188138000
       Accounts payable 
0
0
0
121
754
187
294
294187754121000
       Other Current Liabilities 
0
0
0
1,261
1,208
937
2,599
2,5999371,2081,261000
   > Long-term Liabilities 
0
0
0
582
346
627
713
713627346582000
       Long term Debt Total 
0
0
0
410
302
603
706
706603302410000
> Total Stockholder Equity
78,835
88,220
91,768
94,490
124,772
29,881
25,329
25,32929,881124,77294,49091,76888,22078,835
   Common Stock
354,710
362,823
365,247
371,808
404,688
405,560
406,260
406,260405,560404,688371,808365,247362,823354,710
   Retained Earnings -348,100-341,977-248,841-245,765-281,982-279,129-275,875
   Capital Surplus 0000000
   Treasury Stock0000000
   Other Stockholders Equity 
0
4,526
8,503
7,236
7,575
5,597
5,614
5,6145,5977,5757,2368,5034,5260



Balance Sheet

Currency in AUD. All numbers in thousands.




Cash Flow

Currency in AUD. All numbers in thousands.




Income Statement

Currency in AUD. All numbers in thousands.


Latest Income Statement (annual, 2022-12-31)

Gross Profit (+$)
totalRevenue254
Cost of Revenue-0
Gross Profit0254
 
Operating Income (+$)
Gross Profit0
Operating Expense-6,575
Operating Income-6,091-6,575
 
Operating Expense (+$)
Research Development0
Selling General Administrative3,223
Selling And Marketing Expenses0
Operating Expense6,5753,223
 
Net Interest Income (+$)
Interest Income32
Interest Expense-32
Other Finance Cost-0
Net Interest Income0
 
Pretax Income (+$)
Operating Income-6,091
Net Interest Income0
Other Non-Operating Income Expenses0
Income Before Tax (EBT)-6,123-6,463
EBIT - interestExpense = -6,123
-5,719
-6,091
Interest Expense32
Earnings Before Interest and Taxes (EBIT)-6,091-6,091
Earnings Before Interest and Taxes (EBITDA)-5,823
 
After tax Income (+$)
Income Before Tax-6,123
Tax Provision-0
Net Income From Continuing Ops0-6,123
Net Income-6,123
Net Income Applicable To Common Shares-6,123
 
Non-recurring Events
Discontinued Operations0
Extraordinary Items0
Effect of Accounting Charges0
Other Items0
Non Recurring0
Other Operating Expenses6,575
Total Other Income/Expenses Net3720
 

Technical Analysis of Energy Transition Minerals
The psychology behind the price

Technical indicators reflecting market sentiment and the collective psychology of you and other traders. Your emotions and other traders' emotions, such as fear and greed, play a significant role in driving price movements.

General trend

First of all, I'm going to put something in the back of your mind. One of the most stable factors that gives you more confidence as a trader: the general trend of Energy Transition Minerals. The general trend of Energy Transition Minerals is BEARISH with 85.7% confidence. It is very important for your mental being to use each indicator with this in mind. But beware, also the general trend flips once in a while! You can use moving averages to determine Energy Transition Minerals's overall trend. For convenience I use the most commonly used moving averages: 20, 50, 100 & 200. Of course you can use other moving averages or other indicators to determine the trend.

Indicator phases

Some of the indicators I use have 3 zones: overbought, oversold and neutral. Transitions between these zones (market phases) provide valuable trading signals and insights. Expecially with the general trend mind, I use the highlighted phases:

Indicator zone transitionsBullish trend (-85.7%) Bearish trend (85.7%)
Overbought to neutralBullish pullback=Bearish reversal
Upper to lower neutralBullish correction=Bearish continuation
Nuetral to oversoldOversold=Oversold
Oversold to neutralBullish reversal=Bearish correction
Lower to upper neutralBullish continuation=Bearish pullback
Nuetral to overboughtOverbought=Overbought

1. Price Targets

1.1 Support & Resistance

Support and resistance are levels on a price chart that act as barriers or zones where the price of an asset tends to stop, reverse, or experience a significant amount of buying or selling pressure.

Support is a price level at which demand for an asset is strong enough to prevent the price from falling further.
Resistance is a price level at which selling pressure becomes significant enough to prevent the price of an asset from rising further.


Score

Let's take a look at the Support & Resistance of Energy Transition Minerals.

The long score for the Support & Resistance is 1/1.
The longshort score for the Support & Resistance is 1/(-1 +1).

  • Around support: The price is currently trading around a support level. This can be considered as a potential entry level. +1

The bullish price targets are: 0.044 < 0.044 < 0.044.

The bearish price targets are: 0.033 > 0.033 > 0.033.

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Energy Transition Minerals Daily Support & Resistance Chart

2. Trend Indicators

2.1 Moving Averages

Shows the moving average of the selected period.

  • Moving averages are lagging trend indicators.
  • There are many types of moving averages.
  • Moving averages are also used within other indicators.

Score

Let's take a look at the Moving Averages of Energy Transition Minerals. The current mas is .

The long score for the Moving Averages is 1/14.
The longshort score for the Moving Averages is -12/(-14 +14).

  • MA 20 trending down: The MA 20 is trending down. -1
  • Close < MA 20: The price is below the MA 20. -1
  • MA 20 < MA 50: The MA 20 is lower than the MA 50. -1
  • MA 20 < MA 100: The MA 20 is lower than the MA 100. -1
  • MA 20 < MA 200: The MA 20 is lower than the MA 200. -1
  • MA 50 trending down: The MA 50 is trending down. -1
  • Close < MA 50: The price is below the MA 50. -1
  • MA 50 > MA 100: The MA 50 is higher than the MA 100. +1
  • MA 50 < MA 200: The MA 50 is lower than the MA 200. -1
  • MA 100 trending down: The MA 100 is trending down. -1
  • Close < MA 100: The price is below the MA 100. -1
  • MA 100 < MA 200: The MA 100 is lower than the MA 200. -1
  • MA 200 trending down: The MA 200 is trending down. -1
  • Close < MA 200: The price is below the MA 200. -1

Directionalities and relatives.

Moving AverageAmount of candlesTrendPrice +/-vs. MA 50vs. MA 100vs. MA 200
MA 2020
MA 5050-
MA 100100--
MA 200200---

Explanation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xwW8h0lrQ-I

Energy Transition Minerals Daily Moving Averages Chart
2.2 Moving Average Convergence/Divergence (MACD)

Shows the momentum of the selected period based on two moving averages.

  • MACD is a lagging momentum indicator.
  • Uses two moving averages.
  • Can show buy or sell signals based on momentum.
  • Can show overbought. and oversold. levels.

Score

Let's take a look at the Moving Average Convergence/Divergence (MACD) of Energy Transition Minerals. The current macd is -0.00155368.

The long score for the Moving Average Convergence/Divergence (MACD) is 0/4.
The longshort score for the Moving Average Convergence/Divergence (MACD) is -4/(-4 +4).

  • MACD line < signal line: The MACD line is below the signal line, which indicates a bearish signal in the market. This means that the negative momentum is currently stronger than the average momentum, suggesting that sellers are more active than buyers, and there's a higher probability of the Energy Transition Minerals price going down in the near term. -2
  • MACD < 0: The MACD is below the zero line (centerline), it indicates a bearish signal for Energy Transition Minerals. This means that the short-term moving average is lower than the long-term moving average, signaling negative momentum and suggesting a higher likelihood of the Energy Transition Minerals price continuing to fall in the near future. It indicates that sellers are gaining control, and there is negativism in the market, leading to potential price decreases. -1
  • Trending down: The MACD line is trending down. This indicates that the short-term moving average is falling faster than the long-term moving average, suggesting negative momentum in the market. This signals that sellers are becoming more active and insecure, leading to potential price decreases as traders anticipate further losses and are willing to sell at lower prices. -1
Energy Transition Minerals Daily Moving Average Convergence/Divergence (MACD) ChartEnergy Transition Minerals Daily Moving Average Convergence/Divergence (MACD) Chart
2.3 Directional Movement Index (DMI)

The DMI is a collection of 3 indicators: +DI (Plus Direction Indicator), -DI (Minus Direction Indicator) and ADX (Average Directional Index). The ADX helps you determine the strength of a trend.


Score

Let's take a look at the Directional Movement Index (DMI) of Energy Transition Minerals. The current adx is 18.62.

The long score for the Directional Movement Index (DMI) is 0/7.
The longshort score for the Directional Movement Index (DMI) is -1/(-7 +7).

  • PLUS_ID < MINUS_DI: The +DI line is below the -DI line. This indicates a bearish signal in the market, as the negative directional movement is currently stronger than the positive directional movement, showing that sellers have the upper hand. Market psychology suggests that traders are pessimistic, expecting further price decreases, and are more willing to sell Energy Transition Minerals shares, leading to potential downward momentum in its price. -1
  • PLUS_ID < MINUS_DI && ADX < 25 && ADX trending down: The ADX is below 25 and indicates a weak or no trend. Also, the ADX is declining so there is no trend indication.
Energy Transition Minerals Daily Directional Movement Index (DMI) Chart
2.4 Parabolic SAR

Shows the current trend and potential entry and exit signals.

  • Parabolic SAR (stop and reverse) is a lagging trend indicator.
  • Shows the current trend.
  • Shows potential entry signals.
  • Shows  potential exit signals.
  • Can be used to place trailing stoplosses..

Score

Let's take a look at the Parabolic SAR of Energy Transition Minerals. The current sar is 0.03527585.

The long score for the Parabolic SAR is 0/1.
The longshort score for the Parabolic SAR is -1/(-1 +1).

  • Close < SAR: The price is below the SAR. It's generally considered a bearish signal. -1
Energy Transition Minerals Daily Parabolic SAR Chart
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3. Momentum Indicators

3.1 Relative Strength Index (RSI)

Measures the speed and change of price movements.

  • Leading momentum indicator, meaning the signals are instant.
  • Ranges between 0 and 100.
  • Above 70 is considered overbought.
  • Below 30 is considered oversold.
  • Above or below 50 can also be used to determine price trend or support and resistance.
  • RSI divergence looks at a deviation between RSI and price movement. Penketrading automatically calculates RSI divergences.
  • Can be used in many different ways

Score

Let's take a look at the Relative Strength Index (RSI) of Energy Transition Minerals. The current rsi is 40.01. The current phase is Continuation in bear market.

The long score for the Relative Strength Index (RSI) is 0/13.
The longshort score for the Relative Strength Index (RSI) is -3/(-13 +13).

  • Continuation in bear market: Downtrend continues after a consolidation or pullback. Hold or add to short positions.
Energy Transition Minerals Daily Relative Strength Index (RSI) ChartEnergy Transition Minerals Daily Relative Strength Index (RSI) Chart
3.2 Stochastic Oscillator

Compares a certain price to multiple prices ranging over time.

  • Leading momentum indicator, meaning the signals are instant.
  • Used to determine overbought and oversold areas much like the RSI.
  • Ranges between 0 and 100.
  • Above 80 is considered overbought.
  • Below 20 is considered oversold.
  • Consists of two lines named K and D.
  • K compares the highest high and lowest low on the selected price range.
  • The D line is a moving average of the K line.
  • Can be used to spot divergences

Score

Let's take a look at the Stochastic Oscillator of Energy Transition Minerals. The current phase is Oversold in bear market.

The long score for the Stochastic Oscillator is 0/6.
The longshort score for the Stochastic Oscillator is -6/(-6 +6).

  • STOCH < 50: The STOCH %K is below 50. There are more sellers than buyers. -1
  • STOCH < 20: The STOCH %K is below 20 and oversold. -2
  • STOCH %K line < STOCH %D line: The STOCH %K line is below the STOCH %D line, which indicates a bearish signal in the market. This means that the negative momentum is currently stronger than the average momentum, suggesting that sellers are more active than buyers, and there's a higher probability of the Energy Transition Minerals price going down in the near term. -2
  • Trending down: The STOCH %K is trending down. -1
Energy Transition Minerals Daily Stochastic Oscillator ChartEnergy Transition Minerals Daily Stochastic Oscillator Chart
3.3 Commodity Channel Index (CCI)

Measures the difference between the current price and the historical average price.

  • Lagging or leading Momentum indicator
  • When the CCI is above zero, the price is above the historical average
  • When the CCI is below zero, the price is below the historical average
  • Used for spotting trends
    • If the CCI moves from negative or near zero to positive 100 that might indicate an uptrend
    • If the CCI moves from positive or near zero to negative -100 that might indicate a downtrend

Score

Let's take a look at the Commodity Channel Index (CCI) of Energy Transition Minerals. The current cci is -108.94308943.

The long score for the Commodity Channel Index (CCI) is 0/1.
The longshort score for the Commodity Channel Index (CCI) is -1/(-1 +1).

  • CCI < -100: The CCI is below -100, it indicates that the price is significantly below its average, suggesting a potential oversold condition. -1
Energy Transition Minerals Daily Commodity Channel Index (CCI) ChartEnergy Transition Minerals Daily Commodity Channel Index (CCI) Chart
3.4 Chande Momentum Oscillator (CMO)

Measures the difference between the sum of recent gains and the sum of recent losses. Then divides the result by the sum of all price movements in that period.

  • Lagging momentum indicator
  • Ranges between +100 and -100
  • Considered overbought above +50
  • Considered oversold below -50
  • It's possible to add a moving average that acts as a signal line

Score

Let's take a look at the Chande Momentum Oscillator (CMO) of Energy Transition Minerals. The current cmo is -24.9238876.

The long score for the Chande Momentum Oscillator (CMO) is 0/1.
The longshort score for the Chande Momentum Oscillator (CMO) is -1/(-1 +1).

  • CMO < 0: The CMO is below 0, the momentum of the price is negative, indicating a potential downtrend in the price. -1
Energy Transition Minerals Daily Chande Momentum Oscillator (CMO) ChartEnergy Transition Minerals Daily Chande Momentum Oscillator (CMO) Chart
3.5 Williams %R

 Shows the current price relative to the highest high over the last 14 days.
 

  • Lagging momentum indicator
  • Ranging between 0 and -100
  • Above -20 is considered overbought
  • Below -80 is considered oversold
  • Is prone to give false signals

Score

Let's take a look at the Williams %R of Energy Transition Minerals. The current willr is -100.

The long score for the Williams %R is 0/1.
The longshort score for the Williams %R is -1/(-1 +1).

  • WILLR < -80: The Williams %R is below -80. This indicates that the price is in oversold territory, suggesting a potential price correction or trend reversal to the upside. -1
Energy Transition Minerals Daily Williams %R ChartEnergy Transition Minerals Daily Williams %R Chart
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4. Volatility Indicators

4.1 Bollinger Bands

Shows if the price is to high or to low relative to an average.

  • Lagging volatility indicator
  • Uses 3 bands: one upper, one lower and one in the middle
  • Works best when the middle band reflects an intermediate trend (MA20).
  • When the price is moving closer to the upper band, the market might be overbought
  • When the price is moving closer to the lower band, the market might be oversold 

Score

Let's take a look at the Bollinger Bands of Energy Transition Minerals.

Energy Transition Minerals Daily Bollinger Bands Chart
4.2 Average True Range (ATR)
Measures market volatility
  • Leading volatility indicator
  • Can be used to determine stop-loss positions
  • Calculated by:
    • Current high minus the current low
    • Current high minus the previous close
    • Current low minus the previous close
  • The larger the range of the candles, the greater the ATR value

Score

Let's take a look at the Average True Range (ATR) of Energy Transition Minerals. The current atr is 0.0017263.

Energy Transition Minerals Daily Average True Range (ATR) ChartEnergy Transition Minerals Daily Average True Range (ATR) Chart
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5. Volume Indicators

5.1 On-Balance Volume (OBV)

 Measures market volatility

  • Leading momentum indicator
  • Calculation:
    • If the closing price is above the previous closing price: OBV = previous OBV + current volume
    • If the closing price is below the previous closing price: OBV = previous OBV - current volume
    • If the closing price is the same as the previous closing price than the OBV is the same.
  • Can be used to confirm price trends
  • Can be used with divergences

Score

Let's take a look at the On-Balance Volume (OBV) of Energy Transition Minerals. The current obv is 10,286,958.

Energy Transition Minerals Daily On-Balance Volume (OBV) ChartEnergy Transition Minerals Daily On-Balance Volume (OBV) Chart
5.2 Money Flow Index (MFI)

Measures the flow of money in and out of a security

  • Lagging momentum indicator
  • Looks like RSI but uses volume as an extra metric (RSI only considers price)
  • Above 80 is considered overbought
  • Below 20 is considered oversold
  • Can be used with divergences

Score

Let's take a look at the Money Flow Index (MFI) of Energy Transition Minerals. The current mfi is 44.51.

The long score for the Money Flow Index (MFI) is 0/2.
The longshort score for the Money Flow Index (MFI) is -1/(-2 +2).

  • MFI < 50: -1
Energy Transition Minerals Daily Money Flow Index (MFI) ChartEnergy Transition Minerals Daily Money Flow Index (MFI) Chart
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6. Summary

6.1. Notifications

TypeNotificationDate
PenkeCurrently no notifications for Energy Transition Minerals.

6.2. Trading Signals

Below you will find trading signals as the indicator is commonly used. This doesn't mean you should use it that way. Learn from these, but don't use them blindly. I recommend using at least 4 indicators, 1 from each category: trend, momentum, volatility and volume.

DateIndicatorSignal
2023-10-04STOCH SHORT EXITThe %K line crosses above the %D line.
CCI LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSE100 crossover to upside
CMO LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSEZero line crossover to upside
WILLR LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSE-20 crossover to upside
ATR LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSEPrice closed above (close + ATR).
2023-10-06SAR SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSEThe price broke the SAR to the downside
STOCH LONG EXITThe %K line crosses below the %D line.
CCI SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSE-100 crossover to downside
CMO SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSEZero line crossover to downside
WILLR SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSE-80 crossover to downside
ATR SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSEPrice closed below (close - ATR).
2023-10-10STOCH SHORT EXITThe %K line crosses above the %D line.
2023-10-11STOCH LONG EXITThe %K line crosses below the %D line.
2023-10-12MACD SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSEThe MACD line crosses below the signal line.
WILLR SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSE-80 crossover to downside
2023-10-13MACD LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSEThe MACD line crosses above the signal line.
STOCH SHORT EXITThe %K line crosses above the %D line.
2023-10-16STOCH LONG EXITThe %K line crosses below the %D line.
WILLR SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSE-80 crossover to downside
2023-10-17MACD SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSEThe MACD line crosses below the signal line.
CCI SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSE-100 crossover to downside
2023-10-19STOCH LONG EXITThe %K line crosses below the %D line.
CCI SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSE-100 crossover to downside
WILLR SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSE-80 crossover to downside
2023-10-20STOCH SHORT EXITThe %K line crosses above the %D line.
ATR LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSEPrice closed above (close + ATR).
2023-10-24MACD LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSEThe MACD line crosses above the signal line.
STOCH LONG EXITThe %K line crosses below the %D line.
2023-10-25MACD SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSEThe MACD line crosses below the signal line.
WILLR SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSE-80 crossover to downside
2023-10-26CCI SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSE-100 crossover to downside
2023-10-27STOCH SHORT EXITThe %K line crosses above the %D line.
2023-10-31STOCH LONG EXITThe %K line crosses below the %D line.
CCI SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSE-100 crossover to downside
WILLR SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSE-80 crossover to downside
2023-11-01STOCH SHORT EXITThe %K line crosses above the %D line.
2023-11-02MACD LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSEThe MACD line crosses above the signal line.
2023-11-03MACD SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSEThe MACD line crosses below the signal line.
STOCH LONG EXITThe %K line crosses below the %D line.
WILLR SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSE-80 crossover to downside
2023-11-10STOCH LONG EXITThe %K line crosses below the %D line.
WILLR SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSE-80 crossover to downside
2023-11-13MACD LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSEThe MACD line crosses above the signal line.
DMI LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSEThe +DI crossed the -DI to the upside. The trend is reversing to an up trend.
SAR LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSEThe price broke the SAR to the upside.
STOCH SHORT EXITThe %K line crosses above the %D line.
CMO LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSEZero line crossover to upside
WILLR LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSE-20 crossover to upside
ATR LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSEPrice closed above (close + ATR).
2023-11-14STOCH LONG EXITThe %K line crosses below the %D line.
CMO SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSEZero line crossover to downside
ATR SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSEPrice closed below (close - ATR).
2023-11-15CMO LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSEZero line crossover to upside
2023-11-16CMO SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSEZero line crossover to downside
2023-11-17STOCH SHORT EXITThe %K line crosses above the %D line.
CMO LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSEZero line crossover to upside
2023-11-20CCI LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSE100 crossover to upside
2023-11-21WILLR LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSE-20 crossover to upside
BB SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSEPrice closed above the lower band.
ATR LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSEPrice closed above (close + ATR).
2023-11-23STOCH LONG EXITThe %K line crosses below the %D line.
2023-11-24STOCH SHORT EXITThe %K line crosses above the %D line.
WILLR LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSE-20 crossover to upside
BB SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSEPrice closed above the lower band.
ATR LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSEPrice closed above (close + ATR).
2023-11-28BB SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSEPrice closed above the lower band.
ATR LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSEPrice closed above (close + ATR).
2023-11-29STOCH LONG EXITThe %K line crosses below the %D line.
2023-12-01STOCH SHORT EXITThe %K line crosses above the %D line.
WILLR LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSE-20 crossover to upside
BB SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSEPrice closed above the lower band.
ATR LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSEPrice closed above (close + ATR).
2023-12-04STOCH LONG EXITThe %K line crosses below the %D line.
ATR SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSEPrice closed below (close - ATR).
2023-12-06STOCH SHORT EXITThe %K line crosses above the %D line.
WILLR LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSE-20 crossover to upside
2023-12-08STOCH LONG EXITThe %K line crosses below the %D line.
2023-12-11SAR SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSEThe price broke the SAR to the downside
2023-12-12MACD SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSEThe MACD line crosses below the signal line.
CMO SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSEZero line crossover to downside
2023-12-13DMI SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSEThe +DI crossed the -DI to the downside. The trend is reversing to a down trend.
WILLR SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSE-80 crossover to downside
ATR SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSEPrice closed below (close - ATR).
2023-12-15STOCH SHORT EXITThe %K line crosses above the %D line.
CMO LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSEZero line crossover to upside
ATR LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSEPrice closed above (close + ATR).
2023-12-19STOCH LONG EXITThe %K line crosses below the %D line.
2023-12-20CMO SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSEZero line crossover to downside
ATR SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSEPrice closed below (close - ATR).
2023-12-21MFI SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSE20 crossover to downside
2023-12-27CCI SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSE-100 crossover to downside
2023-12-28STOCH SHORT EXITThe %K line crosses above the %D line.
MFI LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSE20 crossover to upside
2024-01-02STOCH LONG EXITThe %K line crosses below the %D line.
2024-01-03STOCH SHORT EXITThe %K line crosses above the %D line.
2024-01-04SAR LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSEThe price broke the SAR to the upside.
STOCH LONG EXITThe %K line crosses below the %D line.
2024-01-05MACD LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSEThe MACD line crosses above the signal line.
STOCH SHORT EXITThe %K line crosses above the %D line.
CMO LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSEZero line crossover to upside
WILLR LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSE-20 crossover to upside
ATR LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSEPrice closed above (close + ATR).
2024-01-08STOCH LONG EXITThe %K line crosses below the %D line.
2024-01-10DMI LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSEThe +DI crossed the -DI to the upside. The trend is reversing to an up trend.
STOCH SHORT EXITThe %K line crosses above the %D line.
CCI LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSE100 crossover to upside
WILLR LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSE-20 crossover to upside
ATR LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSEPrice closed above (close + ATR).
2024-01-11STOCH LONG EXITThe %K line crosses below the %D line.
2024-01-12DMI SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSEThe +DI crossed the -DI to the downside. The trend is reversing to a down trend.
2024-01-16DMI LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSEThe +DI crossed the -DI to the upside. The trend is reversing to an up trend.
STOCH SHORT EXITThe %K line crosses above the %D line.
CCI LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSE100 crossover to upside
WILLR LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSE-20 crossover to upside
2024-01-18STOCH LONG EXITThe %K line crosses below the %D line.
2024-01-22MACD SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSEThe MACD line crosses below the signal line.
DMI SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSEThe +DI crossed the -DI to the downside. The trend is reversing to a down trend.
CMO SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSEZero line crossover to downside
WILLR SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSE-80 crossover to downside
ATR SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSEPrice closed below (close - ATR).
2024-01-23DMI LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSEThe +DI crossed the -DI to the upside. The trend is reversing to an up trend.
STOCH SHORT EXITThe %K line crosses above the %D line.
CMO LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSEZero line crossover to upside
WILLR LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSE-20 crossover to upside
ATR LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSEPrice closed above (close + ATR).
2024-01-24DMI SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSEThe +DI crossed the -DI to the downside. The trend is reversing to a down trend.
SAR SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSEThe price broke the SAR to the downside
STOCH LONG EXITThe %K line crosses below the %D line.
CMO SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSEZero line crossover to downside
WILLR SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSE-80 crossover to downside
ATR SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSEPrice closed below (close - ATR).
2024-01-29STOCH SHORT EXITThe %K line crosses above the %D line.
CCI SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSE-100 crossover to downside
2024-01-31STOCH LONG EXITThe %K line crosses below the %D line.
CCI SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSE-100 crossover to downside
WILLR SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSE-80 crossover to downside
2024-02-06MFI SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSE20 crossover to downside
2024-02-07STOCH LONG EXITThe %K line crosses below the %D line.
2024-02-08STOCH SHORT EXITThe %K line crosses above the %D line.
MFI LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSE20 crossover to upside
2024-02-12STOCH LONG EXITThe %K line crosses below the %D line.
CCI SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSE-100 crossover to downside
WILLR SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSE-80 crossover to downside
ATR SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSEPrice closed below (close - ATR).
2024-02-13STOCH SHORT EXITThe %K line crosses above the %D line.
CMO LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSEZero line crossover to upside
ATR LONG ENTRY SHORT CLOSEPrice closed above (close + ATR).
2024-02-14STOCH LONG EXITThe %K line crosses below the %D line.
CMO SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSEZero line crossover to downside
2024-02-16STOCH LONG EXITThe %K line crosses below the %D line.
2024-02-20CCI SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSE-100 crossover to downside
WILLR SHORT ENTRY LONG CLOSE-80 crossover to downside

6.3. Candlestick Patterns

Energy Transition Minerals Daily Candlestick Chart
DateCandlestick Pattern

6.4. Technical Score

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IndicatorConditionValue
RsiGreater than5040.011
Ma 20Greater thanMa 500.035
Ma 50Greater thanMa 1000.038
Ma 100Greater thanMa 2000.038
OpenGreater thanClose0.033
Total1/5 (20.0%)
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