DNB Financial Corp ($DNBF) Takes On HomeStreet, Inc. ($HMST)

2019-08-20 | Welcome! Today we compared how two different stocks in the Major Banks industry are trading: DNB Financial Corp and HomeStreet, Inc.. While these two companies may have very different market capitalizations and balance sheets, they are worth comparing given how they are in the same sector. Below you’ll see how the different technical indicators differ between these two stocks, and we’ll also show what Trading View thinks of them based on the technical analysis. But before we get ahead of ourselves, please note that this is technical analysis only (ie. analyzing how these companies are trading, not digging into the company fundamentals), and therefore you should not rely only on this to guide you on whether you should buy or sell anything – take it with a grain of salt only, and pay attention to the disclaimer below. With that said, many traders find value in technical analysis and others even swear by it, so if that is you, I hope my analysis will be of use to you. Let’s get to it…

First things first: during its last day of trading, DNB Financial Corp opened at 41.88, got to a maximum price of 42.51 and dropped to as low as 41.88 before finishing the session at 42.35. In total there were 41100 shares traded, which is enough to conduct our analysis. Compare that now to HomeStreet, Inc., which opened at 25.91, had a high of 26.19, a low of 25.6, closed at 26.12 and had a total volume of 368600.

VOLUME ANALYSIS: Generally, the higher the volume indicators are, the better – you need liquidity to trade, after all. All of the volume indicators are as follows… (click here for an explanation on volume)

Volume Indicator DNB Financial Corp HomeStreet, Inc.
Accumulation-distribution index 262.11727 790.95714
on-balance volume -41.68 -25.25
chaikin money flow

1.0 3.21429
force index

0.2088 -0.06
ease of movement rating

0.00034 5e-05
volume-price trend

0.34475 -2.37925
negative volume index

1000.0 1000.0

VOLATILITY ANALYSIS: Now to compare the volatility between these two companies… (click here for an explanation on volatility)

Volatility Indicator DNB Financial Corp HomeStreet, Inc.
Average true range 0.65461 0.45913
Bolinger bands 42.18169 25.97483
Upper bollinger band 41.24831 24.81517
Lower bollinger band

41.88 25.6
Bollinger high band indicator

nan 1.0
Bollinger high low indicator

1.0 1.0
Central keltner channel

42.09 25.9
High band keltner channel

41.46 25.62
Low band keltner channel

42.72 26.18
High band keltner channel indicator

1.0 1.0
Low band keltner channel indicator

1.0 1.0
Donchain channel high band

41.88 25.6
Donchain channel low band

41.88 25.6
Donchain channel high band indicator

nan 1.0
Donchain channel low band indicator

1.0 1.0

TREND ANALYSIS: Now for the most interesting and detailed part, the trend. Where is the stock actually going? Let’s compare the indicators… (click here for an explanation on trend)

Trend Indicator DNB Financial Corp HomeStreet, Inc.
Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD) trend_macd -0.0092
MACD signal -0.00411 -0.00511
MACD difference -0.00329 -0.00409
fast Exponential Moving Average (EMA) indicator

41.88 25.6
slow Exponential Moving Average (EMA) indicator

41.88 25.6
Average Directional Movement Index (ADX)

unknown unknown
ADX positive

20.0 20.0
ADX negative

20.0 20.0
positive Vortex Indicator (VI)

1.0 1.0
negative VI

1.0 1.0
trend vortex difference

0.16239 0.13314

-1.06637 -8.25999
Mass Index (MI)

1.0 1.0
Commodity Channel Index (CCI)

-66.66667 -66.66667
Detrended Price Oscillator (DPO)

-0.3723 2.54362
KST Oscillator (KST)

8.96935 -90.38002
KST Oscillator (KST Signal)

8.96935 -90.38002
KST difference

-1.98758 -3.64203
Ichimoku rating

42.195 26.05
Ichimoku B rating

42.195 26.05
Ichimoku visual trend A

42.76992 28.66548
Ichimoku visual trend B

43.34123 28.69084
Aroon Indicator (AI)

4.0 4.0
AI indicator down

4.0 4.0
AI difference

-4.0 -4.0

MOMENTUM ANALYSIS: What about momentum? Let’s dive into it… (click here for an explanation on momentum)

Momentum Indicator DNB Financial Corp HomeStreet, Inc.
Relative Strength Index (RSI) 50.0 50.0
Money Flow Index (MFI) 100.0 33.90682
True Strength Index (TSI) 100.0 -100.0
ultimate oscillator

100.0 -30.20033
stochastic oscillator

100.0 210.71429
stochastic oscillator signal

100.0 210.71429
Williams %R rating

213.63636 110.71429
awesome oscillator

0.067 0.14833

RETURNS: That’s all for technical analysis. Now let’s just list the returns for DNB Financial Corp and HomeStreet, Inc..

Daily return 0.89693 -9.038
Daily log return -0.79109 -1.61453
Cumulative return -0.78797 -1.60156

So there you have it: our deep, grueling analysis comparing DNB Financial Corp and HomeStreet, Inc. together. But what does all of the above mean? Various technical indicators above are positive, while others are negative, and if we want to decide overall if the technical analysis indicates a bullish or bearish chart, we have to consider all of them together. That’s what the Trading View widget below can do, so let’s see what it says considering all these indicators. First, here’s DNB Financial Corp:

The verdict above will consider all these technical indicators and consider which are strong and weak, and then put them all together to come up with a conclusion stating whether DNBF is strong or weak. Again – this is not a reliable indication of whether DNB Financial Corp is a good investment! None of these indicators consider the company fundamentals. All of this data is based on how it trades only. Now with that out of the way, let’s compare it with HomeStreet, Inc.

So there you have it. We hope you have found this analysis useful, and if you see any errors or have any feedback, please comment below.

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DISCLAIMER: We are not registered investment advisers and the above analysis should be taken at face value only. We strongly advise against buying or selling anything based solely on our analysis above, and are not responsible for any losses that you may incur if you choose make any investment decisions based on the above.

Gary Ivenchuck

Gary is a stock trading expert and is responsible for covering technical analysis news on Logistics Business Review. Recently he has been working tirelessly to analyse stocks for our readers, and is always available to hear from people asking for stock analysis.

Gary Ivenchuck

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