When a company has completed its annual financial statements and yet to announce its first quarter statements for the current year, Jitta will consider that the company has the same value based on its previous financial statements up to the last year. Its Jitta Line will remain the same as its latest value until we have received the first quarter’s report and recalculated Jitta Line which will be shown in black line for the next 12 months.
There are stocks without Jitta Line in some years. What does that mean?
Actually, there’s Jitta Line for every year. It is only invisible in the year where Jitta Line is zero (0).
When a company made a loss, Jitta considers that as high risk and we automatically stops calculating its value and set its Jitta Line as zero (0) to protect investors from this high risk.