E Daily Stock Analysis: Asseco Poland

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Asseco Poland SA is known by the trading ticker symbol ASOZF and is a member of the technology business sector as a small-cap application software company. This is my first ever report on Asseco Poland for this Vista portfolio. I have reported it for a previous dog of the week portfolio years ago. 

Asseco Poland SA is the Polish subsidiary of the multinational Asseco Group, which has a presence in Europe and Israel. 

The firm develops sector-specific software for banking and finance and executes large IT projects for healthcare, insurance, and other sectors in public administration. 

Asseco's flagship product for the banking sector is the comprehensive IT suite def3000, used by financial institutions in Poland. The firm also provides IT consulting, systems integration, and implementation services for large and midsize industrial enterprises. 

A large majority of the firm's revenue is generated through proprietary software licenses from Polish institutions.

It also provides enterprise resource planning software for micro, small, medium, and large enterprises; and business intelligence solutions. The company was formerly known as Softbank S.A. and changed its name to Asseco Poland S.A. in January 2007. Asseco Poland S.A. was founded in 1989 and is based in Warsaw, Poland.

Three key data points gauge dividend equities or funds like Asseco Poland SA:

(1) Price

(2) Dividends

(3) Returns

Those three basic keys best tell whether any company has made, is making, and will make money. 


Asseco Poland SA's price per share was $17.95 as of yesterday's market close. One year ago its price was $17.67. So ASOZF price has increased almost 16% in the past year. 

If Asseco Poland SA's stock trades in the range of $12 to $20 this next year, its recent $17.95 price might rise by $0.85 to reach $18.80 by July 21, 2022. My estimate is based on the average of five past years of historic price activity.

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